Fairfield-Area Nonprofits To Discuss Effects Of GE LeavingLeaders of nonprofit organizations in the Fairfield area are gathering this weekend to discuss how to deal with the departure of General Electric.
Budget Chief Projects Smaller DeficitThe latest figures sent to the State Comptroller
State Revenues Continue To LagA more than 26 million dollar deficit projected
State Tax Panel Recommends ChangesCalls for business tax consolidation
CT Home Sales Jump 9% In OctoberA real estate research group says single-family home sales in Connecticut rose by more than 9 percent in October as median prices dropped by about 2 percent.
Governor Calls Lawmakers Back To CapitolGovernor believes a deal is near on deficit mitigation
Hospital Tax BattleCT.Hospital Association seeks rulings on constitutionality
House Democrats Oppose Retirement IncentiveSpeaker calls it a long-term disaster
Democrats Release Deficit-Cutting ProposalsBudget gap projected between $350 million and $370 million
Gun Maker Seeks Adjustments From Bankruptcy Judge
State Unemployment Rate At 5.4%
Health Insurers Merging