The polar vortex has some Connecticut maple syrup producers vexed.
A state official says two companies have been ordered to stop work on the University of Connecticut’s new basketball training facility after inspectors found workers were being paid in cash at wages below state-mandated levels.
Less than a week after it announced it was closing after 74 years, the kosher Crown Market in West Hartford may have a second life.
A program to help jobless veterans has found employment for a fraction of eligible workers since its launch two years ago.
Helicopter maker Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. says it is eliminating 600 jobs, most of them in its home state of Connecticut.
Officials with the Housatonic Railroad say a buildup of ice caused a freight train engine to derail at a private crossing in New Milford.
Ken Levine says it’s time to focus on smaller but more engrossing games.
Venerable, kosher “The Crown Market” in West Hartford to close.
One of the co-founders of outdoor outfitter Cabela’s has died at the age of 77.
Automobile dealers in Connecticut who sell or lease the most electric vehicles will get a special recognition from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.