In Cianci Race, GOP Opponent Donates To Democrat The three-way race in Providence features former Mayor Buddy Cianci, a twice-convicted felon, making a comeback bid for a seventh term as an independent. Biden’s Son Will Not Face Bar Review After Navy Drug Discharge Connecticut legal authorities say the youngest son of Vice President Joe Biden does not face automatic review of his state law license following his discharge from the Navy Reserve after testing positive for cocaine use.
Malloy Uses Visconti To Criticize Foley On Guns State Representative In Waterbury Faces Tax Bill President Cancels Connecticut Trip POTUS To Campaign For Malloy Family: State Senator’s Recovery Continues; He Will Run For Re-Election Former President Campaigns For Governor Malloy Unions Rally To Support Gov. Malloy’s Re-election Candidate for Legislature Quits Race
Police: Hamden Killing Not Random Hamden police say the shooting death of a 56-year-old man by a visitor who knocked on his door was not random. Governor Doubts UBS Will Stick To jobs Agreement Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he doubts financial services giant UBS will keep 2,000 jobs in Stamford over five years as part of its 2011 agreement in exchange for $20 million in state incentives.
Reports: Untimely Death In Manchester Famed Designer de la Renta Dies At Connecticut Home Man Sentenced For 5 Pharmacy Robberies Bond Set For Sex Assault Suspect Hartford Superintendent Report: Improve Communication, Student Performance Connecticut FBI Agent Alleges Abuses Hartford Jury Awards $7M In DOT Worker Death Case Ebola Advisory Sent To Connecticut State Employees