Greenwich Weighs Limiting New Pool To Residents OnlyOfficials in the town of Greenwich are reviewing whether access to the municipal pool they are planning to build should be limited to only residents.
Time Running Out For Waterbury Museum Watchmaker Timex says it's time to close its museum in Waterbury.
Two Killed In Route 6 Accident Two people have died after a collision between a car and pickup on Route 6 in North Windham.
Cities Consider Legal Fight Over Charter SchoolsEducation officials in Bridgeport and Stamford and considering a legal fight to prevent new charter schools from moving into those cities.
State Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in Route 44 CrashThe Connecticut Supreme Court will hear arguments in two lawsuits filed over a 2005 crash at the bottom of Avon Mountain that killed four people and injured 19 others.
Sentencing For Former Finance Official In Embezzlement A former Shelton official is facing sentencing for stealing nearly $500,000 in city funds over several years.
Police Ask Public's Help In Accident InvestigationSouth Windsor police are asking for the public's help as they investigate an accident Saturday.
Mixed Results On State Standardized Tests
Bridgewater First Selectman Leaving Amid FBI InvestigationBridgewater First Selectman William Stuart is stepping down after 30 years amid an FBI investigation of town finances, saying he's tired of political battles with a former friend who began raising questions about Stuart's management five years ago.
Memorial Day Events, 2013Cities and towns around Connecticut have scheduled events to mark the holiday. Here is a listing of some of them.
Simsbury Joins "Light It Up Blue" Autism CampaignConnecticut lawmakers have joined in as the Town of Simsbury launches its participation in the ``Light it up Blue'' campaign organized by international advocacy group Autism Speaks.
Local Officials Decry Malloy Budget Plan