Fairfield-Area Nonprofits To Discuss Effects Of GE LeavingLeaders of nonprofit organizations in the Fairfield area are gathering this weekend to discuss how to deal with the departure of General Electric.
Man Gets 8 1/2 Years For 2013 Kidnapping, Jewelry Store HeistA Bronx, New York man will serve 8 1/2 years behind bars for his role in a 2013 kidnapping and jewelry store heist.
More Revealed About GE Boston DealMillions in incentives offered by the state and city
A Closer Look At General Electric's New NeighborhoodBefore it became a boomtown, Boston's Seaport District — soon the new home of General Electric's global headquarters — was a dreary backwater.
GE May Move Some Jobs To Rhode IslandGeneral Electric says it's still considering moving some jobs to Rhode Island after choosing to relocate its headquarters to Boston.
Massachusetts Governor Calls GE Move a 'Huge Win'Gov. Charlie Baker is calling General Electric's decision to move its corporate headquarters to Boston a "huge win" for the state and the city.
General Electric Leaving Fairfield, Moving To BostonAbout 800 people work at the Fairfield location.
GE Postponing Whether To Move Connecticut HeadquartersGeneral Electric Co. says it is postponing a decision until next month about whether it will move its headquarters from Fairfield.
Ex-trooper Who Stole From Dying Crash Victim Loses PensionA Connecticut state police trooper who stole cash and jewelry from a dying motorcycle accident victim and then resigned has lost his state pension.
GE: State Presence Assured Despite Search For New HDQ SiteGeneral Electric Co. Chief Executive Jeff Immelt says the conglomerate will ``always have a big presence in Connecticut,'' though he confirmed the company is still looking for a new headquarters site.
Homeowner: $100,000 Worth Of Jewelry StolenPolice are investigating a report that more than $100,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a Fairfield home last weekend.
Fairfield Schools Dismissed Early After Threats, LockdownAll public schools in Fairfield, Connecticut, have been dismissed early after a lockdown in response to phoned-in threats, and after-school activities have been called off.