Former Governor John Rowland Reports To PrisonFormer Connecticut Gov. John Rowland has reported to a federal prison in New York to begin serving a 2 1/2-year sentence for campaign fraud.
CSP Receives Grant To Fight Drugs
Connecticut State Police Receive $1.5 M Grant To Fight Drugs State police are receiving a $1.5 million federal grant to expand efforts to address heroin and opioid abuse in Connecticut.
Special Session Set On Sikorsky DealGov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling Connecticut legislators back into session to approve a $220 million agreement that commits Sikorsky Aircraft to keeping its headquarters in the state.
Connecticut Tops 2 Million Registered VotersSecretary of the State Denise Merrill says voter registration in Connecticut is outpacing past years.
Officials Say Hospital Tax Legal, Critics Eye Court BattleTwo state agencies say a tax on Connecticut's hospitals is legal, setting the stage for a possible court battle.
Advocates Seek Laws to Make Offenders More AccounableAdvocates for domestic violence victims are urging Connecticut lawmakers to pass legislation in the upcoming session that makes offenders more accountable for their actions.
GOP Lawmakers Call For Special Session ExpansionThe session was called for legislative approval of a tentative agreement that would keep Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky headquarters in Connecticut, and state Republicans are asking for an expansion of issues covered.
Malloy Predicts Connecticut Lawmakers Will OK Sikorsky DealGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he expects Connecticut lawmakers will ultimately approve a $220 million agreement committing Sikorsky
Towns Concerned About Plans To Install Large Utility PolesMore than 100 communities across Connecticut have received letters from a California-based telecommunications company, notifying them of plans to install large utility poles in existing rights of way in their communities.
Malloy, Lockheed Martin Strike Sikorsky DealThe office of Connecticut's governor says Sikorsky Aircraft has committed to keeping its headquarters in the state and adding jobs in an agreement that involves $220 million in state incentives.
House Dems Outline Policy Proposals For Next YearDemocrats in the State House of Representatives and candidates who hope to be there next year outlined their policy agenda Tuesday at Goodwin College's Business and Manufacturing Center in East Hartford.