A Connecticut man who bribed an employee of Stamford’s largest development company to get contracts has pleaded guilty to wire fraud.
Preliminary figures show Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in March, a drop that’s partly being blamed on the recent bad weather.
Top Democratic leaders of the House of Representatives are throwing their support to a $10 surcharge on Connecticut homeowner policies to help residents with foundations crumbling because of an iron sulfide.
Legislation creating a paid family and medical leave insurance program in Connecticut has narrowly cleared a key vote.
Attorney General George Jepsen is warning Connecticut officials not to assume a planned tribal casino in East Windsor can open without formal federal approvals.
A public employee pension crisis for state governments has deepened to a record level even after nearly nine years of economic recovery for the nation, according to a study released Thursday, leaving many states vulnerable if the economy hits a downturn.
An event facility in Southington is saying that it will not be the site of a National Rifle Association fundraiser dinner.
Connecticut’s largest association of cities and towns has launched an online advertising campaign, urging state lawmakers to pass legislation the group says will protect municipalities from expensive bond rating downgrades.
Two Connecticut senators have plans to amend a bill awaiting Senate action with language to financially assist homeowners with foundations crumbling because of an iron sulfide.
A Connecticut woman has been found guilty of abusing disabled patients.
Health care organization Ascension has signed a letter of intent to sell St. Vincent’s Medical Center to Hartford Healthcare.
Connecticut homeowners said they need additional financial assistance to help with crumbling home foundations that threaten to collapse their houses.
The chairmen of Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes are warning the casino revenue-sharing agreements they have with the state could be at risk if lawmakers push ahead with a modified bill that could lead to other entities opening casinos.
The city of Hartford has reached an agreement to have the state pay off the city’s approximately $550 million in general obligation debt.
A labor committee voted to adopt a series of workplace reforms that would improve protections for employees.
The former president of Bristol-based ESPN said he resigned from the sports network after an extortion plot by someone who sold him cocaine.
The leading proponent in the Connecticut General Assembly for installing tolls on Connecticut highways predicted Tuesday that lawmakers may pass legislation this year that begins the process of creating an electronic system.
Connecticut homeowners located more than 20 miles away from the Stafford Springs concrete company at the center of a crumbling foundation problem can now seek reimbursement for foundation testing costs.
The insurer Cigna will spend about $52 billion to acquire the nation’s biggest pharmacy benefit manager, Express Scripts, the latest in a string of proposed tie-ups as health care’s bill payers attempt to get a grip on rising costs.
Connecticut is considering imposing a state review whenever prescription drug prices rise beyond a certain threshold.