With a winter storm bearing down on the state, Governor Malloy has asked for staggered release of nonessential state workers.
First responders and state workers who were involved in the response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings last year will receive compensatory time off under a deal worked out with six state employee unions.
The Malloy administration and immigrants’ rights advocates in Connecticut have announced a legal settlement limiting the number of immigrants handed over to federal officials.
Connecticut’s attorney general is asking a state official to dismiss a claim filed by a woman who was severely disfigured by a chimpanzee in 2009.
The state is closing the 815-space parking garage at the state office building at 25 Sigourney Street in Hartford.
Connecticut’s Department of Social Services is wrapping up its fraud investigation into more than 800 state employees who received special food stamps in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget director wants Connecticut’s comptroller to delay plans to open up the state’s health insurance program next month to municipal workers.
Gov. Dannel Malloy and a Bar Harbor, Maine-based research laboratory plan to announce that a new $1.1 billion research laboratory will be built at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington.
Connecticut state agencies are being tasked with reviewing their overtime expenses and possibly coming up with a plan to reduce costs.
The Malloy administration will lay off 328 state employees in the first wave of job cuts as it seeks to balance the two-year, $40.1 billion budget.