The utility, based in Hartford and Boston, will be known beginning on Feb. 2 as Eversource Energy.
Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy has taken the oath of office for his second term as Connecticut’s governor.
Jeb Bush has announced recently he’s cutting ties with several corporate boards and ending advisory roles.
Many Republican lawmakers in Hartford, Conn., say that in 2015, they will want to call attention to the state’s worsening financial crisis.
Paulino Mendoza, 24, was last seen around 10:30 p.m. after being dropped off near his Cove area home after drinking with friends.
Bill Hyatt with Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, who leads the preservation effort, said warming waters are threatening many native species, including the brook trout, now restricted to increasingly smaller streams.
As more and more of the Metro-North’s M8 cars are rolled into service, commuters will see a decrease in overcrowding.
The picture on the front page of the Connecticut Post: President Obama posing with the mayor of Bridgeport and his family on the mayor’s holiday card.
Most mayors and first selectmen around Connecticut are balking at the state’s environmental cleanup plan.
Flat fees on residential bills will rise from $16 a month to $19.25. CL&P had asked for approval from the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to hike the rate to $25.50.
Lawyers for the man say the decision handed down Friday in Waterbury Superior Court was the largest verdict for compensatory damages against the Boy Scouts of America.
The families of nine of the 26 people killed and a teacher wounded two years ago at the Sandy Hook Elementary School filed a lawsuit Monday against the manufacturer, distributor and seller of the rifle used in the shooting.
Cold weather brings a spike in demand for heating, and energy officials in Connecticut explain constraints on natural gas pipelines that supply power plants may force the region to rely on other, more expensive power resources.
The City of Stamford wants to shift legal liability and slip and fall lawsuits so that the city can’t be sued.
Felicia Burl is accused of being at the wheel of a 2002 Nissan Altima that ran a red light near the Greenwich-Stamford line and slammed into a station wagon Nov. 7.