One of the biggest complaints Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy says he hears as he tours industries and businesses is that the state is not producing the kinds of college graduates to meet the needs of its employers.
After nearly 40 attacks, the pattern is pretty clear. The victim is alone with their phone in broad daylight. The victim is almost always a woman — all except for one case — and the phone is always an Apple.
Stamford superintendent of schools Winifred Hamilton wants to do away with guards and add panic buttons.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was in Stamford this week, talking plainly about what the state can expect in the budget in a couple of weeks.
Folks around the Tri-State Area got a strong taste of winter Tuesday, thanks to brisk winds and below-freezing temperatures, and the trend was expected to continue Wednesday.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut until 4 p.m.
Police said they started investigating Roland Roqueta in Oct. 2012 after discovering hundreds of downloads of child pornography to his address on Stillwater Avenue.
The incident happened near the Westhill High School gym around 7:30 Monday morning.
Controversy Erupts Over Stamford Antique Gun Show Less Than One Month After The Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
An array of antique rifles, dueling pistols, and recently manufactured shotguns were displayed on more than two-hundred tables at Stamford’s Plaza Hotel.
Three weeks after the Sandy Hook Elementary School rampage, a gun show will open on Saturday just 30 miles from the tragic scene.
The police chief in a Connecticut city has halted permits for gun shows, saying he’s concerned any firearms purchased there might one day be used in a mass shooting.
Connecticut Light & Power is proposing a 115,000-volt underground transmission line about 1.5 miles that will connect two substations in the city.
The father of the children killed in the Christmas day fire in Stamford a year ago today has shared his reflections and how he wants them remembered.
Haunted by his response during a magazine interview now out on newsstands, Matthew Badger, father of the three children killed in the Christmas day fire in Stamford has apologized.
Officials urge iPhone owners to be aware of their surroundings and keep their devices tucked out of sight.