A proposed casino that would be run jointly by Connecticut’s federally recognized Native American tribes to compete with a nearby casino in Massachusetts has won a key local permit.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed two bills into law related to climate change and renewable energy.
The New England Auto Museum is close to finding a permanent home in Connecticut.
A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Connecticut to his role in a scheme to steal tens of thousands of dollars from bank ATMs.
Riders have been turned away from a new commuter rail line in Connecticut after it reached capacity on its second day of operation.
A long-awaited commuter rail line linking New Haven, Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts opens this weekend with two days of free rides for the public.
A new report shows that Connecticut has gained more than 4,000 jobs while its unemployment rate remained the same.
A former Connecticut mayor has been arrested for stealing more than $900,000 from his employer and a family member.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials on Monday began assessing damage from a tornado and a macroburst that hit Connecticut during severe storms last month, a process that could lead to federal aid.
Real estate agents in a Connecticut town have agreed to a temporary ban on for-sale signs outside homes in attempt to make the community more attractive.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson pledged Monday to work with federal, state and local officials to help thousands of Connecticut residents whose homes are falling apart because of defective concrete foundations.
Connecticut transportation officials say a new bridge on Interstate 95 between New Haven and West Haven is set to fully open to traffic after a $141 million replacement project.
Plans by Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes to jointly build a casino in East Windsor have received a boost from federal regulators.
A young venture capital firm based in Greenwich believes it has a big competitive advantage.
Connecticut is planning to spend $15 million to upgrade the State Pier in New London for use by developers of several offshore wind projects.
Two entertainment companies, the largest tax practice in the U.S. and a major conglomerate have all announced plans to relocate or expand in Connecticut in recent days.
Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland has been released from federal custody nearly a year early from his 30-month sentence for hiding his political consulting roles in two campaigns.
United Technologies plans to hire 35,000 people and invest more than $15 billion in the U.S. over the next five years.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed into law legislation that could have a major impact on the state’s equal pay efforts.
University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst announced Monday that she will step down after the 2018-19 academic year.