Friday marked the 28th day of the federal 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.
Regarding the government shutdown, congressional leaders said they will cancel the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. recess and stay in session unless a deal on border security is reached.
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.
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont will be sworn in on Wednesday, and he already has ideas on how to fix the state's financial problems. One of them is legalizing sports betting.
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