It’s election season and at least one candidate will be dropping by along the gold coast in Fairfield County to pick up some campaign cash.
It looks like the dip in gasoline prices is behind us, according to oil analyst Peter Beutel. He says it’s unusual for this time of year, since winter is far from over.
It’s cold outside and that will have a lot of people flocking to their fireplaces, but beware, there could be danger above.
Three Connecticut money managers awarded a $254 million Powerball jackpot say there’s no fourth participant despite a claim they’re covering for a winner who wants to stay anonymous.
It may have taken three weeks but the winners of the largest lottery jackpot in Connecticut history have finally come forward.
Lottery officials have launched a statewide billboard campaign calling on folks to check their tickets.They’re also using lottery display screens to urge players to check their tickets and the winner to come forward.
With the winning ticket having been sold in Fairfield County, speculation is rampant as to who the big winner is.
New Haven Line commuters often wait for years and years before they get their hands on a parking permit at any of the train stations along the line.
State wildlife biologist Howard Kilpatrick says from now through December, there may be 3,000 or more deer-car collisions just in Fairfield County.
Oil analyst Peter Beutel says that while the current national average for a gallon of regular gas is $3.45, here in our metropolitan area, the price is at least 40 cents higher.
About 370,000 utility customers in Connecticut remain without power, several days after Tropical Storm Irene blew through the Nutmeg State.
A news conference was scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday at the UBS Stamford headquarters, which includes the world’s largest trading floor. Officials aren’t saying what the announcement will be.
It was a bitter defeat when Republican Rep. Chris Shays lost his Congressional seat in Fairfield County to Democrat Jim Himes during the 2008 Obama sweep.
Oil analyst Peter Beutel says prices are dropping and they should be reflected at the pump soon.
Despite all of the instability in the economy, real estate sales in Fairfield County, Connecticut are holding relatively steady.