West Haven has paid $2,000 to restore access to its computer system after a ransomware attack.
A Connecticut gospel singer has been convicted of conspiring with a former minister to fleece hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Trumbull man’s estate.
Webster Financial Corp. on Thursday reported third-quarter earnings of $99.7 million.
United Rentals Inc. on Wednesday reported third-quarter earnings of $333 million.
United Financial Bancorp Inc. on Tuesday reported third-quarter profit of $16.3 million. The Hartford-based bank said it had earnings of 32 cents per share.
A father and son from California have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that defrauded more than $27 million from Affordable Care Act programs in at least 12 states, including Connecticut.
A woman accused of stealing more than $29,000 worth of surplus equipment from the University of Connecticut and selling it at a scrap metal yard has taken a plea bargain and avoided jail time.
A Connecticut property manager who fleeced more than a dozen elderly residents out of more than $50,000 in rent money has been sentenced to three years in prison.
The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday overturned the campaign fraud convictions of former Bridgeport state Sen. Ernest Newton II and ordered a new trial for the outspoken Democrat
Police said a Connecticut lawyer fled to New Jersey after stealing nearly $10,000 from a client.
Crews began demolition work on a century-old historic Connecticut church this week, despite a recent attempt to save it.
Members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation want federal disaster relief made available to help homeowners cover the cost of clearing fallen trees and debris.
The state of Connecticut has received more than $30 million in federal funding to help finance community-based water infrastructure projects, including those involving drinking water and municipal sewage.
Authorities say a former city employee in New Haven made $13,000 worth of unauthorized transactions on a city credit card.
A former Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Chairman said he plans to take the state of Connecticut to court over Native American-made cigarettes.
Officials said they suspect a fierce thunderstorm that rolled through Connecticut this week is believed to be the cause of a house fire in Hamden.
Health care worker Katelin Noffsinger told a potential employer that she took medical marijuana to deal with the effects of a car accident, but when a drug test came back positive, the nursing home rescinded her job offer anyway.
Hartford HealthCare is acquiring substantially all of the assets of St. Vincent’s Medical Center, an agreement that includes a licensed 473-bed hospital, an inpatient psychiatric facility and more than 3,200 workers.
The former chairman of independent Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel’s campaign has appeared in court on a larceny charge.
Two Connecticut legislators want state regulators to conduct a comprehensive review of the state’s natural gas infrastructure in light of the recent deadly explosions in neighboring Massachusetts.