Connecticut public officials Thursday paid tribute to retiring UConn Men’s Basketball Coach Jim Cahoun and offered their support for the new coach Kevin Ollie. Click here for a sampling.
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal says he’ll propose a bill blocking employers from asking job applicants for their social media passwords as an “unreasonable invasion of privacy.”
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is highlighting how the president’s proposal to create partnerships between community colleges and businesses is already underway in some Connecticut cities and towns.
Connecticut’s two U.S. senators and a congressman have set a hearing to air concerns about a plan to close a busy Social Security Administration office in Fairfield County.
Connecticut officials welcomed Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to Hartford Saturday for a tour of the city’s Coltsville Historic District.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is planning to highlight legislation he’s proposed to combat the spread of Lyme disease.
Connecticut’s $30 million award in federal transportation funding for a planned rail project between New Haven and Springfield, Mass. falls far short of what state leaders were seeking.
The oldest son of U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is preparing for his first deployment to Afghanistan with his Connecticut-based Marine regiment.
Connecticut’s new attorney general says he’s closing his predecessor’s investigation of the Sleepy’s mattress company because there’s no evidence of a bedbug infestation or violations of state law.
A Mexican college student who won allies in Connecticut’s governor and two U.S. senators as he fought a deportation order has learned he will be allowed to stay for now.