A former boxing promoter, ex-college basketball coach and founder of a Rhode Island-based sport institute who was convicted of embezzlement has been sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison, with seven years to serve and the remainder suspended with probation.
A New York stock broker has admitted to his role in a $20 million stock fraud scheme based in Connecticut that swindled thousands of victims across the country.
A convicted felon who graduated from Yale Law School and won acclaim as a poet is being asked by a Connecticut committee to prove his “good moral character” before he is allowed to practice law.
With no state budget in sight and the first day of school just around the corner, local education officials across Connecticut have taken severe steps to cut costs, hoping more draconian efforts won’t be necessary.
Owners of the Millstone Nuclear Power Station say they still want more than a study of the facility’s future economic viability to ensure the plant remains open and continues providing more than half of Connecticut’s electricity.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has asked his budget director to provide him with detailed information about municipal finances, suggesting he’d support reductions in state aid to cities and towns included in a yet-to-be-reached state budget agreement.
The CEO of Connecticut’s health insurance exchange is warning that the two remaining insurers offering individual plans could leave Access Health CT this fall.
The state Senate has approved amended agreements that could lead to Connecticut’s first casino on nontribal land. This follows last week’s approval by the House of Representatives.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he doesn’t foresee an agreement on a new two-year, state budget for Connecticut until possibly the fall.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday ordered a study of the Millstone Power Station’s future economic viability, but a top official representing the nuclear power plant said “the time for a study without action has passed.”
Connecticut state lawmakers voted Monday to update a long-standing affordable housing law, arguing it will generate more reasonably priced housing across the state. They overrode a gubernatorial veto in the process.
The House of Representatives has approved amended agreements that could lead to Connecticut’s first casino on nontribal land.
While legislators still don’t have a deal on a new state budget, one key senator says there’s agreement on creating a new fund to help thousands of homeowners whose concrete foundations are crumbling because of a naturally occurring chemical reaction.
The former CEO of companies that sold the virtual currency Paycoin and hashlets has pleaded guilty in Connecticut to a $9 million fraud.
Connecticut is poised to wrap up last fiscal year with a small surplus.
A Connecticut man will spend almost four years in prison for operating an investment scheme that defrauded people of more than $874,000.
Unionized state employees overwhelmingly approved a labor concessions package that’s projected to save $1.5 billion over two years, but made it clear yesterday that they believe Connecticut’s wealthiest should also step up and help solve the budget crisis.
Unionized state employees are wrapping up votes on a proposed labor concession agreement that’s billed to deliver $1.5 billion in savings over the next two years.
The largest Internet job site in the world says it plans to spend $26.5 million to expand its offices in Stamford, growing the workforce from about 700 employees to more than 1,200 in the coming years.
Federal officials are rethinking a plan to build new high-speed railroad tracks through parts of Connecticut and Rhode Island after complaints that the project would devastate neighborhoods, marshlands and tourist attractions.