Connecticut's newest U.S. representative opened her headquarters on Tuesday, after delaying it due to the partial government shutdown.
Norwich Public Utilities announced that it will waive late fees for federal employees who are not being paid due to the partial government shutdown.
A Connecticut judge has accepted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's proposal to permanently give up his right to practice law in the state amid disbarment proceedings.
The Lamont era is here, and spectators at Wednesday’s inaugural parade shared their comments and reactions and hopes for the future.
- Recreational marijuana billboard spotted off I-91 in CT
- Checks donated to help Coast Guard families during gov. shutdown
- Schools closed, delayed on Tuesday due to extreme cold
- Senate agrees to vote Thursday on a possible end to government shutdown
- Person killed in head-on crash on Route 16 in Colchester
- Suspect in Watertown murder has lengthy criminal past
- Archdiocese of Hartford names clergymen involved in sex abuse settlements, credible accusations
- Severe cold causes pipes to freeze in homes
- Rep. Hayes opens office headquarters in Waterbury
- Bronin announces run for 2nd term in Hartford