Wrong Ballots Delivered For Some Voters In HartfordVoters at Rawson Elementary School in the North End of Hartford were casting the wrong ballots for state representative for several hours Tuesday morning, the secretary of the state reported.
Bridgeport Street Renamed For Girl Killed In January FireBridgeport officials and local firefighters gathered over the weekend to rededicate a city street in memory of a 3-year-old girl who was killed in a January fire at her home.
Connecticut Moving To Reduce Use Of Plastic And Paper BagsConnecticut lawmakers are attempting to cut back on single-use plastic and paper bags in the coming years.
Connecticut Veterans Park To Receive Artifacts From Sept. 11A Connecticut veterans park will be receiving some of the last remaining artifacts from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.
Bill Clears House That Would Allow Estate Liquor AuctionsA deceased person's wine and liquor collection could soon be up for auction.
Lawmakers Mull Ban On Sugary Beverages At Child Care CentersConnecticut lawmakers are considering whether to restrict the types of beverages certain child care facilities can serve young children.
Hiring Freeze Imposed For Connecticut State College SystemThe leader of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system has imposed a hiring freeze across all its 17 campuses.
Air Quality Concern Shuts Down Bristol Clerk's OfficeThe city of Bristol says the town clerk's office will be closed until next week due to an air quality concern.
Officials To Hold Forum On Fighting Opioid And Heroin AbuseConnecticut officials have scheduled a community forum to discuss how to fight the growing problem of opioid and heroin abuse in the state.
Lawmakers To Be Asked To Repeal Some Recent Tax IncreasesAdvocates for car washes and ambulatory surgical centers will ask Connecticut lawmakers to repeal recent tax increases affecting their businesses.
Proposed Transportation 'Lockbox' Bill Up For HearingConnecticut lawmakers will hear from the public on the latest plan to stop transportation revenues from being spent on other programs.
Connecticut Mulling More Cuts To Indigent Burial BenefitsConnecticut lawmakers are considering whether to further reduce the modest state stipend that helps cover funeral-related costs for impoverished residents.