Washington – Metro-North was slammed by Connecticut politicians Friday as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy criticized the passenger railroad’s new schedule, and Sen. Richard Blumenthal unveiled a study that showed the rail company paid more than $500,000 in safety-related fines in the last decade.
Connecticut lawmakers can clear a major roadblock standing in the way of the state’s clean energy future by approving new wind siting regulations Tuesday.
The president of the NCAA has heard UConn basketball star Shabazz Napier’s complaints about going to bed “starving.”
Graduate assistants at The University of Connecticut have voted to unionize — making them the school’s largest union, with 2,135 members.
Connecticut donors gave $800,000 to the Republican Governors Association in 2014, money the state GOP hopes will flow back to its campaign to unseat Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a vulnerable first-term Democrat. Donors include an executive of a company promised $115 million in aid by Malloy.