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.
The president of Metro-North Railroad has told Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that the commuter rail line cannot reach its target of 95 percent on-time service.
A draft decision issued Monday by the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority reduces the amount sought by the utility by more than $100 million.
Many senior citizens at the Eleanor Roosevelt House in the Springdale section of Stamford, Conn., will not be able to leave if they have Thanksgiving plans due to a broken elevator.
Among the systemwide improvements, the utility has performed extensive tree-trimming, CL&P spokesman Mitch Gross said.
Sen. Andrew Maynard, a Democrat and assistant majority leader, suffered a serious brain injury in July following a fall at his Stonington home.
A Connecticut agency that investigated the background of the man who carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School is issuing a report on his mental health and educational history.
Budget offices for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the General Assembly are predicting Connecticut could face budget deficits over the next three fiscal years.
Stamford officials are making strides toward improving safety for drivers and pedestrians on downtown streets, but there’s still much work to be done, the city’s mayor says.
State Senator Art Linares is urging ratepayers throughout Connecticut to sign his petition in opposition of a rate hike being requested by Connecticut Light & Power.
A Stamford, Connecticut, judge has granted accelerated rehabilitation to two high school administrators charged with failing to report sexual abuse of a student.
In Connecticut, where Frontier has taken over ATT&T phone service, customer complaints are rolling in.
The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority announced Monday its approval of higher standard service rates proposed by Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating.