The Minnesota Twins have cut ties, for now, with the New Britain Rock Cats as their Double-A Minor League Baseball affiliate.
A lawsuit filed Monday blames civilian makers of an Army Black Hawk helicopter for a fatal crash in Georgia eight months ago, saying manufactures failed to install a tiny part that caused the tail rotor to malfunction and sent the aircraft spinning out of control.
Business executives and economists are set to gather at a conference to review what’s going well in Connecticut and what isn’t.
Centerplate executive Desmond Hague was seen on an elevator security cam kicking a puppy and yanking on its leash.
A new study says a first-of-a-kind, experimental drug could prove to be a major advance in the treatment of heart failure. Researchers report in the New England Journal of Medicine that the drug, which doesn’t even have a name yet, cut the chances of death or hospitalization by about 20 percent.
A fight is brewing over a request by Connecticut’s largest utility to raise rates by $232 million to upgrade equipment following destructive storms.
Connecticut shoppers will soon get a temporary reprieve on their state sale taxes.
Vice President Joe Biden will visit East Hartford next week.
Foxwoods Resort Casino has announced a marketing partnership with a senior citizens group, making a pitch for a major demographic group that gambles and shops at casinos.
New Englanders spent more on food, health care, gas to run their cars and electricity to heat and cool their homes in 2012 than most other Americans, according to statistics released Thursday by the federal government showing that spending has rebounded since the recession ended in 2009.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.