State Rep. Gail Lavielle, of Wilton, said she plans to press for an update on providing Wi-Fi for every passenger who needs to work on a laptop while traveling on the train.
The 63-year-old priest in Bridgeport received methamphetamine in the mail from California suppliers and supplied a New York distributor.
Steven Santucci engaged in importing and selling high-powered drugs such as oxycodone, federal prosecutors said.
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal is among those fighting for a technological update.
Tyub Mohammed, 21, waited in a West Side parking garage, saw the woman park her car and then followed her into the elevator just after midnight on April 24, police said.
City Council President Tom McCarthy says a tougher ordinance is on the table, one that would boost fines up to $2,000 to retrieve an impounded back.
The American Lung Association gives six counties, including Fairfield, a failing grade.
Gov. Dan Malloy provided an update on one of the largest transportation issues facing Connecticut– replacing the walk railroad bridge in Norwalk.
State Sen. Toni Boucher said Republicans in Hartford have come up with a plan that would redirect bonding, freeing up an extra $1 billion a year.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday he believes the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a “more respectful attitude” toward the state in the wake of various crises involving the Metro-North Railroad.
As one of the older parking garages at the Stamford Transportation Center crumbles, a new garage is needed now more than ever, a state lawmaker says.
On Earth Day, Connecticut officials are pushing for an effort to ban plastic bags in the state.
Sen. Scott Frantz, R-Greenwich, is pushing for a law that would require boating operators to be at least 16 years old and to have a solid background in towing and boating safety.
Gov. Dannel Malloy believes the state is now well poised to recover some of the growth lost in the so-called “Great Recession.”
A bill being considered in Hartford calls for fines of $1 an hour for every worker on the job who’s earning less than $15.