A wet and blustery storm along the East Coast has dumped up to 9 inches of snow in parts of upstate New York but hasn’t caused the all-out gridlock many Thanksgiving travelers feared.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen wants at least $90-million dollars in rate hikes sought by Connecticut Light & Power.
Forecasters hope to offer easy-to-understand, color-coded maps and change the way they talk to the public about storm surge during the coming hurricane season.
While former UConn star Sue Bird recovers from knee surgery, she’ll be sidelined for the WNBA season and will be doing some work for ESPN.
Connecticut Light and Power says the five major storms the last two years have cost it $462.4 million dollars — and it is asking permission to pass $414 million of that on to ratepayers starting in December of next year.
Jackie Beagon loved her life along the Connecticut coast, where she and her husband walked to the beach and church and bicycled around the neighborhood. But Superstorm Sandy ripped it all apart, and the couple was forced to sell their flood-ravaged home in Fairfield, where they lived for a quarter of a century.
Some snow-weary Northeasterners were struggling through their morning commutes on slick, unplowed streets Tuesday, even though the weekend storm was long gone.
Hear the governor’s full briefing: Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday urged the clearing of flat, snow-covered school roofs and drains, warning that rain and ice was adding weight to structures already burdened with snow […]
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President Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency for Connecticut after the massive storm that blanketed the state with several feet of snow. The order means federal money will be used to help state […]