Connecticut Receives $1.6 Million Aerospace Training GrantConnecticut officials say the state has been awarded a $1.6 million federal grant to help fund an apprenticeship training program for aerospace manufacturing and maintenance workers.
Governor's Budget Director Releases New Deficit ProjectionRepublican legislative leaders are questioning the numbers
Connecticut Sheds Jobs In SeptemberAlthough the jobless rate in Connecticut fell in September, there were job losses and the state Department of Labor has revised August's gains to reflect losses.
State Ends Talks With Developers On Train Station ProjectGov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has ended talks to develop a $500 million transportation project in downtown Stamford.
Looks Like The End For Route 11 ExpansionIt's the end of the line--literally--for the Route 11 extension project in Salem.
Ex-Hartford Mayor's Convictions Thrown OutFormer Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez had his corruption convictions formally thrown out Wednesday, but he's far from being in the clear.
Connecticut House Democratic Leadership Team Is Taking ShapeThe likely leadership of the Connecticut House of Representatives is beginning to take shape.
Lieberman: Trump Rise InevitableFormer Democratic presidential and vice presidential candidate and Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman says he's not surprised by the rise of Donald Trump.
2nd Casino Proposal DeadlineThe Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes are wrapping up their latest request for proposed locations for a possible Connecticut casino that would compete with the planned MGM Resorts International casino in nearby Springfield, Massachusetts.
AAA To Resume Connecticut Licensing Services Until Years-EndOne of the two regional automobile clubs in Connecticut says it will continue to provide driver licensing service to the general public until the end of the year, when the organization's current contract with the Department of Motor Vehicles expires.
New Projection Shows State Budget In DeficitThe latest estimate comes from the Legislature's nonpartisan fiscal office
Advocates Celebrate Expansion Of Medical Marijuana LawOfficials gathered Thursday for a ceremonial bill signing for a law expanding Connecticut's medical marijuana program to children with certain debilitating illnesses.