Despite a multimillion-dollar tourism campaign touting Connecticut’s role in the Revolutionary War, an 18th century landmark in downtown Hartford remains closed on Sundays.
State Police have identified a swimmer missing in the Connecticut River as 37-year-old Dariusz Czarnota of East Hampton.
U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the Connecticut River watershed has come a long way from several decades ago when it was regarded as a landscaped sewer system.
Roughly a dozen members of the CREST Regional Dive Team have been searching the Connecticut River in Hartford as part of a homicide investigation.
Connecticut officials have scheduled two public sessions to answer questions about their plans to close two historic ferry services, including one that has been operating for more than 350 years.
A Connecticut Superior Court judge has dismissed a legal effort to block Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan to shut two ferries that cross the Connecticut River.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is investigating a pair of accident Saturday on Connecticut waters.
Police said a 25-year-old babysitter has been arrested after a toddler she was supposed to be watching was found wandering alone in Cromwell toward the edge of the Connecticut River.