As Hartford Weighs Bankruptcy, Officials Hear From Those Who've Been ThereWith the City of Hartford facing potential insolvency in the coming weeks, community leaders listened closely at a forum Thursday morning featuring those who've lived through a Chapter 9 filing.
Top Lawmakers: Tentative Budget Deal ReachedTop lawmakers say they have reached a tentative agreement on a resolution to the months-long state budget stalemate.
Lawmakers Self-Impose Budget Announcement DeadlineEven if a deal is not announced Wednesday afternoon it is expected closed-door negotiations will continue.
Community College Consolidation ProposedThe plan is projected to save millions by reducing the number of administrators.
New Britain Breaks Ground On 'Columbus Commons'It used to be the site of the New Britain Police Department. It's now a grassy lot. In 18 months, if all goes as planned, it will be home to a $58 million mixed-use development.
City Slashes School Budget By $4.2 MillionThe New London City Council has voted to cut $4.2 million from its school budget, citing uncertainty that surrounds the state budget.
Jepsen Joins AGs In Opposing Transgender Military BanConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is joining 13 of his colleagues in a brief opposing President Trump's decision to ban transgender men and women from serving in the military.
Malloy Proposes 4th State BudgetGovernor Dannel Malloy has unveiled yet another proposed state budget, one he says is a "lean, no-frills, no nonsense" package.
Connecticut to Join Suit to Stop Trump Health Care OrderDemocratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says the move will make it harder for insurers to do business in Connecticut.
'Morning Joe' Host Scarborough Officially Leaves GOPMSNBC host and former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough has made his departure from the GOP official.
Lawmakers Report Progress,But Still No BudgetThe governor is dismayed with the slow pace of negotiations and believes hundreds of millions of dollars still separate lawmakers from a budget deal.
Malloy Calls Planned Lawsuit Over State Budget PrematureGov. Dannel P. Malloy says it's premature for Connecticut's largest teachers' union to seek a court order to block him from cutting state education funding.

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