Mini Surplus Projected For Last Fiscal YearAusterity measures and a strong year-end performance by some taxes cited in the improved numbers.
Investment Adviser Admits Defrauding ClientsPleads guilty to stealing more than $600,000
Workshops Planned To Help Residents With Personal FinancesFree events are being held at four of Connecticut's American Job Centers to help families and individuals with their personal finances.
UConn Health Fire Department To CloseFinancial pressures cited in the decision to disband
CSCU Hiring FreezeThe freeze is in effect for all 17 campuses and the CSCU system office
Arena Renovations Included In Governor's Budget ProposalProposal includes increasing the seating capacity and adding a concourse
Connecticut A.G. Leads Coalition In Settlement With Moody'sConnecticut was he first state to sue Moody's in 2010 and will receive $31.5 million
Local Expert With Tips On New Year's Finances One local financial expert says consumers should strive to save more of their money as we flip the calendar to 2017.
Banking Department Seeks Users Of Money Transmitter ServiceSome paid for services not rendered
Senate GOP Leader Seeking Post-Thanksgiving Budget MeetingLen Fasano urges Governor Malloy to meet with lawmakers
CT Agencies Plan For Possible Budget Cuts Next YearIn response to a letter from Gov. Dannel Malloy's budget chief, state department heads have reportedly submitted detailed plans about what a 10 percent cut in funding to their specific agency might look like.
Travelers Says Property-Related Claims Spike On HalloweenOn Halloween, homeowners have more to worry about than running out of candy for trick-or-treaters.