The translation on the November election ballot did not accurately convey the original voting instructions. Officials say it’s been fixed.
The decision was largely in response to the ballot fraud allegations in Bridgeport’s mayoral primary, which prompted a civil lawsuit.
As smaller newspapers shrink or disappear, it’s easy to romanticize them. But one reporter’s memories reveal a much more complicated reality.
Several towns in the New Haven area are teaming up to form a ‘joint regional task force to combat illegal dirt bikes and ATVs.’
The lawsuit is the latest turn in a high-profile scandal involving fentanyl theft and excruciatingly painful procedures without painkillers.
One year after the shooting death of two Bristol police officers, law enforcement in Connecticut is still feeling the impact.
Many veterans discharged under policies like ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ still have trouble accessing benefits. Blumenthal wants to change that.
The device is placed inside a vehicle’s steering column and can passively measure a driver’s blood alcohol level through the person’s breath.
It remains to be seen whether emerging supply chains can produce materials at the scale and cost needed to help offshore wind flourish.
Sikorsky says the layoffs, primarily of engineers, are triggered by programs ‘progressing into production’ and ongoing material shortages.
After the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action, the CT Higher Education Committee gathered to discuss the changing admissions process.
CT is looking at whether the legalization of recreational cannabis plays a role in the impaired driving incidents, officials say.
Maleek Jones left incarceration this week as the state appeals a judge’s decision that he was wrongfully imprisoned for 30 years.
Connecticut politicians are paying tribute to U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, who died Thursday night.
The CT bond commission will vote on whether to spend $25 million on new ballot-counting machines to be used in elections statewide.