Hartford-based Northeast Utilities is disputing allegations by Connecticut officials that the company broke a requirement to notify the state of any layoffs.
A new report shows nearly 3,000 Connecticut homeowners have received direct financial relief totaling more than $184 million from a national settlement with the country’s largest mortgage servicers.
The state Supreme Court today ruled that the state can sue contractors responsible for building a leaky law library at the UConn Law School in Hartford.
The Maine attorney general’s office has brought a murder charge against a father who told police he squeezed his infant son’s head and threw him into a chair, causing injuries that led to his death.
A bill that would clarify the qualification requirements for an attorney general candidate in Connecticut has passed its first round of votes in the Legislature.
A controversial conservative activist could face jail time in New Hampshire for an Election Day stunt.
Attorney General George Jepsen sent out a warning to Connecticut residents today to be cautious of a possible scam.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering changes to the qualifications needed to run for attorney general after a dispute last year ended up before the state Supreme Court and cost one candidate her campaign.
Attorney General George Jepsen has filed
suit to enforce a $360,000 civil penalty imposed by state utility
regulators against a Redding company accused of defrauding an
association of independent schools and an electricity supplier of