- 3/1 vs SMU 1:30pm pregame/ 2pm tip
- 3/3 Coach’s Show with Kevin Ollie 6-7pm
- 3/5 vs Memphis 8:30pm pregame/ 9pm tip
- 3/7 @ Temple 1:30pm pregame/ 2pm tip (Listen to the game on 96.5 TIC FM)
- AAC Championship March 12-15 (At XL Center, Hartford)
- 2/28 vs Memphis 1:30pm pregame/ 2pm tip
- 3/2 @ USF 6:30pm pregame/ 7pm tip
- 3/4 Coach’s Show with Geno Auriemma 6-7pm
- 3/7 AAC Championship Quarterfinals vs TBD 1:30pm pregame/ 2pm tip
Latest Connecticut Local Government
A backer of a ballot proposal in Waterbury that would elect three aldermen each from five equally sized districts says a side benefit would be to increase minority representation in city government.
With the incumbent state Senator recuperating from a serious fall and the challenger raising little money and barely campaigning, politics is largely silent in the 18th senate district in southeastern Connecticut.
The Hartford City Council Operations, Management, Budget and Legislative Committee sent a favorable recommendation back to city council Thursday night as a $350 million redevelopment for Downtown North from DoNo LLC. took another step forward.
A former East Haven official says the town should not pay for the defense of Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. accused of sexual harassment by a former Town Hall secretary.
Milford’s Recreation Department is considering a smoking ban at Little League fields and possibly parks, beaches and other recreation areas.
Thumbs down Tuesday night from Hartford’s Planning and Zoning Commission regarding the plan to develop Downtown North, which includes a new stadium for the New Britain Rock Cats.
It’s a historic week regarding medical marijuana in Connecticut.
Hartford residents packed two rooms and dozens stood at microphones at the Parker Memorial Community Center Wednesday night to once again, express their views on a $350 million proposal that includes a minor league baseball stadium for the Rock Cats in the Downtown North section of the city.
Newington voters Tuesday said NO to a proposal to put money into fixing the town hall and building a new community center in Mill Pond Park.