Gov. Dannel Malloy believes the state is now well poised to recover some of the growth lost in the so-called “Great Recession.”
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is watching the situation at the capital carefully. He said cuts by the state could have a dramatic impact locally.
Police in Darien, Conn., caught an unlikely visitor at a home on Partridge Lane Thursday night.
Thousands of Connecticut taxpayers could potentially receive a lucrative financial windfall, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Friday.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have been discussing bringing tolls back to Interstate 95. But residents across the state line in New York are worried that such a move could jam their local streets with traffic.
Gov. Dan Malloy and UConn’s athletic director called on the NCAA on Monday to consider moving next year’s Women’s Final Four out of Indianapolis.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday banned state-funded travel to Indiana, because of the controversial new “religious freedom” law that critics say enables discrimination against the LGBT community.
The top prosecutor in Connecticut plans to tell state lawmakers that steps have been taken to ensure fatal shootings by police are investigated by potentially impartial prosecutors.
A reward of up to $5,000 was being offered Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for two dead skunks found with a political sign in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Connecticut lawmakers are again considering a bill that would prevent people from smoking in a motor vehicle when there’s a young child inside.
A Connecticut man accused of causing his 15-month-old son’s death by leaving the boy in a hot car has entered a plea that has led to his being deemed guilty.
Coyotes were attacking in Connecticut this week, with three reports of the animals hunting down dogs.
A construction company has offered to demolish at no cost the Newtown home of the Sandy Hook school shooter, a town official said Tuesday.
A woman claims that she lost ownership of half of her house in an interstate property-tax dispute.
In a state home to some of the richest Americans, tax officials go to some lengths to keep them — or, more accurately, keep the billions of dollars in revenue their income taxes generate.