It is the second felony conviction for Rowland, who resigned as governor a decade ago in a scandal over illegal gifts he received while in office.
Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei is among those asking, with all of Connecticut’s existing infrastructure needs, how state officials can even be considering the project.
The defense rested Wednesday after its only witness finished his testimony.
A suspect has been arrested and charged with tricking a 27-year-old autistic man out of his birthday money at a park in Stamford, Connecticut.
The waters off Long Island Sound from Stratford to Fairfield remained closed to fishing and shellfishing Monday following last week’s massive warehouse fire in Bridgeport.
Firefighters remained on the scene Friday and officials have temporarily closed fishing areas in Bridgeport Harbor and on the Long Island Sound from Norwalk to Milford.
Steven Hayes, who is on death row at Northern Correctional Institution in Somers, describes himself as an orthodox Jew and claims he’s been requesting a kosher diet since May 2013.
The former White House attorney who has been convicted of the attempted murder of his wife in their New Canaan, Conn., home four years ago will be sentenced Thursday.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday gives the Greenwich businessman 46 percent to Malloy’s 40 percent.
Neighbors who oppose the Al-Madany Islamic Center project worry that 42,000 mosque and community hall will draw hundreds of people to the area, ruining the quality of life while jamming local streets with traffic.
Jim Gildea, vice chairman of the council, said more than 500 people rely on weekend service, but trains come only three to four hours.
Mayor David Martin said the city plans to make street signage more consistent and synchronize traffic lights.
Fairfield police are asking the public for help in efforts to find a man accused of sexually assaulting a Sacred Heart University student at an off-campus home.
Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland heads back to court Wednesday to face conspiracy charges.
First Selectman Tim Herbst is running for state treasurer and is taking to task some town officials who he says let down members of their own Republican party.