Waterbury Hospital courtesy hospital website

Hospital Laying Off 5% Of Work Force

Waterbury Hospital is laying off 75 employees to save nearly $4.5 million.


Layoff Notices Go Out to 56 State Troopers

Governor Malloy says he’s moving ahead with plans to begin laying off 56 Connecticut state police troopers.


State Police Rally (Jessica Hill/AP Photo)

State Police Rally Against Layoffs

The Connecticut State Police Union is urging Gov. Dannel P. Malloy not to follow through with plans to lay off 56 state troopers, arguing that the cuts would worsen the department’s already depleted ranks.


(Jessica Hill/AP Photo)

Malloy Offers Outline Of His Job Cuts, Agency-by-Agency

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office has released a summary of the budget-balancing plan that he’s submitting to the General Assembly on Friday.



Guards Warn Layoffs Could Lead To Prison Problems

Unionized prison guards are warning of inmate riots and other problems inside the state’s lockups if the government goes ahead with planned budget cuts.


State Capitol in Hartford, CT

Agency Heads Recommend Fewer Layoffs, Find Savings Elsewhere

Some state commissioners are recommending fewer-than-expected layoffs in their budget-cutting plans after a labor-savings and concessions deal with labor unions has failed.


Governor Dannel Malloy removes a hard hat after meeting with construction workers at the site of New Britain's new police station. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Malloy Noncommittal About More Union Talks

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says his administration has not yet agreed to a request from state employee union leaders to restart talks after a union savings and concessions deal failed.


state house

Malloy Given Latitude to Cut Budget

By SUSAN HAIGH, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut lawmakers, hours into the new fiscal year early Friday morning, voted to give Gov. Dannel P. Malloy more budget-cutting authority to balance the state’s new, […]



Malloy Trying To Reduce Layoff Numbers

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he is trying to reduce the number of layoffs needed to close a budget gap after a labor savings deal was rejected by state employees.



CT Labor Leaders Consider Next Step

Leaders of Connecticut state employee unions say they’ll be discussing what to do next after a labor savings deal that would have prevented 7,500 layoffs was rejected by rank-and-file workers.