A Waterbury man who formerly served as superintendent of the Plainville wastwater treatment plant has been sentenced to four years in prison for assorted crimes, including tampering with the alarms at the plant, causing discharge of sewage into the Pequabuck River.
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would create a Connecticut Antiques Trail, an effort to highlight the state’s numerous antique shops.
Some ex-offenders on Thursday urged a panel that makes recommendations to the General Assembly to give those convicted of serious crimes as juveniles a second chance at life by offering them an opportunity for an earlier parole.
Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane says his office has stopped taking new cold case investigations because of budget cuts.
A tough new ban on smoking in the workplace in Connecticut has won broad approval in its first test in the legislature.
Waterbury State’s Attorney John Connelly, responsible for the prosecution of more death row inmates than any other prosecutor, is resigning.