Connecticut Launches Updated Website To Sell State BondsThe Connecticut State Treasurer's Office has launched an expanded website that provides individual and institutional investors with more information about the state's bond programs and finances.
Hartford Looking To State To Help Prevent BankruptcyLeaders of financially strapped Hartford are struggling to persuade state legislators facing their own budget crisis to come up with tens of millions of dollars in additional aid to help the city avoid bankruptcy and ultimately become economically stable.
Last Year's Cost-Cutting In Place For State Park OpeningsSteps made by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection last year to cut costs at Connecticut's state parks will be in place for the Memorial Day weekend, the start of the summer season.
Summer Tourism Heats Up In CTIf you're one of those who complains "there's nothing to do", look no further than our own backyard.
Eversource Converting Street Lights To LEDsEversource is in the second year of a five-year program to convert streetlights in cities and towns over to more energy-efficient LEDs.
East Hartford School Officials Take Exception To Education Secretary’s CommentsEast Hartford officials are inviting U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit their schools, after DeVos singled out the district during testimony to a House appropriations subcommittee on Capitol Hill.
Lieberman Withdraws From FBI Director SearchFormer Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman has withdrawn from consideration for the role of FBI director. Lieberman interviewed last week with President Donald Trump, who publicly identified him as a leading candidate.
Group Says Cuts Will Impact CT Children, PoorDeep cuts to social service programs in a $4.1-trillion federal budget proposal rolled out this week by the Trump administration are concerning to advocates of the poor and elderly.
Tribal Casino Bill Faces Challenges Despite Senate PassageWhile the Connecticut state Senate has passed legislation allowing a new satellite casino to be built by two Native American tribes in East Windsor, it's questionable whether the bill can clear the House of Representatives.
Bridgeport Councilor Seeks Protective Order Against GadflyA councilor in Connecticut's largest city is seeking protection from a man she says shows up at every meeting and starts ``ranting and raving'' at her.
Connecticut To Share In $18.5M Settlement With TargetConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut and Illinois played a leading role in the largest multi-state data breach settlement to date.
CCM Sends Letter To LawmakersAs legislative leaders and the governor work toward hammering out a budget agreement, CCM--the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities--has released a letter to state lawmakers urging them to consider a bipartisan collection of proposals outlined earlier this year among member towns and cities.