It’s a high-stakes Election Day for CT’s mayors, even one who’s not on the ballot, as voters choose top officials in 168 of 169 towns.
Bridgeport’s mayoral race may involve the most drama and confusion, but there are other storylines in Tuesday’s local elections.
Dawne Westbrook won bipartisan praise for answers on judicial philosophy and her broad experience as a lawyer, jurist and woman of color.
The lawsuit accuses the Facebook and Instagram owner of using unfair trade practices that hook preteens and other customers on social media.
With new clients, We The Patriots USA renews a challenge of a CT law ending religious exemptions to vaccine requirements for school children.
The CT Airport Authority, which operates Bradley International, says it has jurisdiction over Tweed New Haven. But Tweed officials disagree.
A 2004 law committed CT to California’s emission standards. But a committee must decide if doing so is consistent with legislative intent.
Dawne Westbrook, 53, of Glastonbury was nominated as a judge of the Appellate Court, the second-highest court in Connecticut.
Hundreds of Connecticut residents gathered in West Hartford Monday to express outrage over the attack on Israel and their hope for peace.
Despite recent industry setbacks, CT is joining Massachusetts and Rhode Island in jointly purchasing power to be generated by offshore wind.
The top leaders are leaving as the CT state police are facing staffing issues, union unrest and a federal probe into falsified traffic stops.
Logan’s announcement comes nearly a year after he challenged Hayes. The three-term congresswoman defeated him by about 2,000 votes.
The presidents of Waterbury Hospital and Eastern Connecticut Health Network told Lamont and legislators their financial situation is “dire.”
Republicans sought a mandatory prison sentence for elections fraud as the investigation into the Joe Ganim-John Gomes primary continues.
The General Assembly voted in special session Tuesday to confirm the Connecticut Supreme Court nomination of Nora R. Dannehy.