Grid Manager Expects Adequate Summer Power SuppliesThe manager of the region's power grid says New England is expected to have the resources it needs to meet energy demands for the summer.
Redding To Navy: Name A Ship After Our TownOfficials have requested that the U.S. Navy name a new ship after a small Connecticut town with an estimated population of 9,000 residents.
Bond Called On Hartford Stadium ProjectHartford's mayor has called the performance bond on the Dunkin Donuts Park minor league baseball stadium.
Malloy Signs Bill To Combat Opioid EpidemicGovernor Dannel P. Malloy on Friday signed into law a bill seeking to combat Connecticut's opioid epidemic.
World's Largest Hedge Fund Wins State AidA Connecticut commission is expected to approve a $22 million loan and grant package to help the world's largest hedge fund upgrade its offices.
OSHA Cites Litchfield County CompanyA Litchfield County manufacturer is being cited and fined by OSHA for what the administration says are repeated violations at the company's plant in Bantam.
UConn's Draft Budget Scraps Plans For Increased EnrollmentUniversity of Connecticut officials have put off plans to grow enrollment at the state's flagship university as they prepare a budget for the next fiscal year.
Connecticut Lawmakers Urged To Consider Tougher E-Cig LawsConnecticut lawmakers are being urged to impose tougher restrictions on electronic cigarettes and vapor products following a recent decision by federal authorities to subject them to the same federal restrictions as cigarettes.
In U.S., Smoking Rate Falls Among AdultsThe rate of adult smoking in the U.S. has seen a significant drop over the last year.
State Officials Warn Of Invoice ScamThe Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection is warning state businesses about an invoice scam.
Governor Continues Push For Passage Of Second Chance Society 2.0Governor Malloy says without passage the state budget will take a 15 million dollar hit
Connecticut's High School Graduation Rate Hits Record HighConnecticut's high school graduation rate reached a record high of 87.2 percent last year, according to state officials.

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