Other Races Sort Out; Governor Still Too Close To CallWhile Democrats held onto several congressional and statewide seats Tuesday, it remained unclear whether the state's top Democrat, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, would win a second term.
Conn. Wins $8.2M To Upgrade Freight RailEastern Connecticut has won an $8.2 million federal grant to upgrade freight rail.
Maritime Firms to Seek Sub. BizConnecticut maritime manufacturers are getting lessons on how to cash in on a lucrative U.S. Navy submarine contract.
Conn. Biologist Joins International Salmon GroupPresident Barack Obama has appointed a senior biologist at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection as commissioner of the Council of North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization.
State Receives $9.8M For Home Heating Oil ProgramMembers of the Connecticut congressional delegation say the federal government has released more than $9.8 million to help low-income families and seniors cover their home heating costs.
State Officials To Discuss Tax Help For Homeowners
Collector Coin Would Raise Money For Coast Guard Museum
Rep. Courtney To Tour Eastern Conn. Farms
Navy: USS Miami Inactivation Won't Hurt Connecticut ShipyardThe arson-damaged USS Miami will be deactivated at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and extra repair work will be steered to Connecticut-based Electric Boat, minimizing the effect on workers at both shipyards, the Navy's director of undersea warfare said Wednesday.
Conn. Congressman Sees Factual Flaw In 'Lincoln' As Rep. Joe Courtney watched the Oscar-nominated "Lincoln" over the weekend, something didn't seem right to him.
Second District: Fourth Term For CourtneyDemocratic Congressman Joe Courtney has won a fourth term representing eastern Connecticut.
Courtney: Sub Will Be Used For Parts