Home Energy Affordability Gap In Connecticut Is $399 MillionWhile last year's lower fuel prices helped to decrease the gap between what struggling Connecticut families can afford to pay for energy and what they actually paid, there are concerns fuel prices will be higher this winter.
Connecticut Receives Nearly $11.7 Million For Preschool SlotsConnecticut is receiving nearly $11.7 million in federal funds to expand high-quality preschool.
Connecticut Panel Suggests $15 An Hour Minimum Wage By 2022A panel created by the Connecticut General Assembly is recommending the state gradually increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour.
State Unveils New Plow TrucksWhen the next winter storm hits Connecticut, three new tandem, two-lane plow systems will be helping to keep the roads clear.
Small, Clean Energy Projects Chosen To Boost Power GridConnecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has chosen to move forward with 25 small-scale clean energy projects designed to help address New England's electricity constraints.
Appeals Court Hears Arguments Over 3rd Connecticut CasinoA federal appeals court has heard arguments about whether the Connecticut legislature unfairly favored the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes over commercial developers in allowing them to solicit proposals for a third casino in the state.
Inn Key To Room Where Marilyn Monroe Stayed Sells For $133The key to a room at the Connecticut inn where Marilyn Monroe stayed in 1956 while dating playwright Arthur Miller has sold for $133.
Connecticut Officials Seek Dismissal Of School Choice SuitConnecticut officials are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the state's restrictions on magnet schools, charter schools and school choice programs.
Northwest Hills Wake Up To SnowA handful of school districts in northwestern Connecticut delayed or canceled classes after a storm dropped over a foot of snow Sunday into early Monday.
Federal Funds To Help Reduce Food Waste In ConnecticutConnecticut is using new federal funding to help reduce the amount of food that's wasted in the state.
Another Downer For Jobs in CTConnecticut continued to shed jobs in October on the heels of disappointing number for September.
Extreme Drought For Good Part Of ConnecticutThere doesn't seem to be any letting up where the drought is concerned in Connecticut.

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