Two families are suing two Connecticut utilities alleging negligence in connection with a 2012 natural gas explosion that leveled one New Haven home and damaged another.
New state data cements consumers complaints about the competitive electric supplier market.
Connecticut regulators are asking the two largest utilities in the state to scale back their tree-trimming programs amid criticism by property owners, government officials, environmental advocates and other groups.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) – The United Illuminating Co. is putting its proposed tree-trimming plan in southwestern Connecticut on hold, after customers said they were worried about too many trees being cut down and the […]
A Bronx, New York man is under arrest, accused of stealing electricity in order to help his marijuana growing operation. Thirty-three-year-old Joel Polanco had been under investigation for some time, according to West Haven police. […]
There were no serious problems reported as a result of our most recent bout with Mother Nature. Storm Andrea dropped the predicted two-to-four inches of rain. There were some problems on highways Friday evening as […]
The United Illuminating Co. is surveying customers to find out what they thought of the utility’s work restoring power during and after Superstorm Sandy.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ The president and chief operating officer of United Illuminating is announcing he will retire at the end of the year. Anthony Vallillo also will step down as executive vice president […]
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ United Illuminating’s parent company says the cost to restore power following Superstorm Sandy is between $35 million and $40 million, which it will seek from ratepayers in a request to […]
Bridgeport’s mayor says Connecticut’s largest city is poorly served by United Illuminating as nearly 28,000 residents are still without power, days after Superstorm Sandy battered shoreline communities.