Gannett Offers To Buy Hartford Courant Parent CompanyNewspaper publisher Gannett is offering to buy Tribune Publishing Co. for approximately $388.3 million.
Connecticut Magazine Exec Named New Publisher of Hartford CourantTom Wiley has been announced as the new publisher and CEO of the Hartford Courant Media Group.
Herbst Responds To New UConn Football RB Coach's Comments On ReligionUConn president Susan Herbst is responding to the comments of a new assistant football coach made in a Hartford Courant article this past weekend.
UConn Buys Hartford House For President
Merrill Ends Newsletter Amid CriticismSecretary of the State Denise Merrill said Tuesday she is ending a newsletter from her office that was sent out to many of her fellow Democrats, apologizing that the monthly email created an impression she's using her position for political purposes.
Tribune Wants To Split Its TV, Newspaper BusinessesTribune Co., whose properties include the Hartford Courant and Channel 61 Television in Hartford, says it wants to split its publishing and broadcasting businesses into two companies.
Official: No Drugs, Alcohol Found In Newtown Gunman An official says toxicology tests on the Newtown school shooter's body did not turn up any alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medication.
Newtown Gunman Went To Conn. University When He Was 16 A spokesman for Western Connecticut State University says the man identified as the gunman who killed 26 children and adults in an elementary school took college classes when he was only 16.
PSU Top RB Silas Redd To Southern California Star tailback Silas Redd of Norwalk is bolting Penn State for Southern California.
Conn. Parole Officer Finds Nearly 1,350 Bags Of Heroin Police say a parole officer checking on a Hartford resident found him in possession of 1,349 bags of heroin.
Newspapers Settle Plagiarism SuitThe Journal Inquirer and Hartford Courant have settled a lawsuit that accused the Courant of plagiarizing the Journal's local news stories.
Supreme Court: Komisarjevsky Witness List Can Remain SecretThe Connecticut Supreme Court says defense witnesses' names can be kept private before the trial of a man charged in a deadly Cheshire home invasion.