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Gov. Ned Lamont turned his attention Wednesday to the prospect of a prolonged blackout in mid-summer heat and humidity.
Sen. Marilyn Moore is one of 1,100 Democrats in her district still awaiting an absentee ballot. She is not happy.
State income tax receipts collected since the July 15 filing deadline continue to rise, bolstering Connecticut's rainy day fund.
This is the second episode in our two-part "Back to School" series. Today, we address primary and secondary education.
While the state as a whole has a good census response rate, Hartford has the worst one in the nation.
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