Washington — The National Transportation Safety Board Tuesday recommended that Metro-North adopt new safety measures including cameras on trains and more speed restriction signs. “The images and audio captured by recorders can be invaluable to our investigators,” said NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman. “Understanding what is happening inside the cab just prior to a crash can […]
Home-based day care providers have approved a contract negotiated between their union and the Malloy administration that will get them raises of between 3 and 8.25 percent beginning July 1.
Connecticut shoreline homeowners who were victims of storm Sandy and had applied for federal funding to elevate their homes or have them purchased by the government will now have a shot at getting some money.
Senate Minority Leader John P. McKinney, R-Fairfield, wants the Republican field of gubernatorial contenders to spend more time together: He is proposing 10 debates, two in each of the five congressional districts.
Connecticut became the 15th state Tuesday to launch a web application that allows residents to register to vote.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday he does not expect to announce his re-election plans until after the General Assembly’s annual session ends May 7, a week before the Democratic nominating convention.
WASHINGTON — – Scandals that involved pricey outings to Scotland and elsewhere, paid for by notorious lobbyist Jack Abramoff, prodded Congress to implement tough new travel regulations — yet congressional travel is again on the uptick, and members of the Connecticut delegation have not been immune to offers of free trips.
With the average student graduating from colleges in Connecticut with $27,000 in debt, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants to allow students to have their debt dismissed when filing for bankruptcy.
Is Gov. Dannel P. Malloy sharing a real budget surplus or buying re-election votes? In January, Malloy proposed a “gas and sales tax refund” of $55 to most taxpayers. Despite the title, gas revenues effectively contribute nothing toward the rebate.
I disagree with Dr. Marr’s conclusions. Physicians have not fallen from Grace: We are being pushed. But we will have a soft landing, if only we can survive the next few years.