The company plans to hire 2,200 new employees in 2018. Of those, 1,200 will work in Connecticut.
After three days of contentious negotiations and name-calling, Congress voted to end a government shutdown Monday when Democrats agreed to trust the word of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Hundreds of furloughed federal employees in southeastern Connecticut were expected to return to work Tuesday after Congress and President Trump reached a deal to keep the federal government operating through Feb. 8.
A boating accident in Mumford Cove this weekend put an end to two young men’s promising futures and left a third man forever changed.
As the town's much-discussed school building project approaches a February groundbreaking, it may have just encountered another hurdle.
Connecticut’s employment outlook brightened Monday with the state Department of Labor reporting that the state added 6,000 net jobs last month, all in the private sector, and overall grew by 7,700 jobs in 2017.
A group of residents that collected signatures over the last 45 days has successfully petitioned the rejected Charter Revision Commission report onto the ballot for the Nov. 6 election.
Regulators on Monday called for a state bidding process that would let Millstone sell electricity in competition with renewables. Millstone owner Dominion Energy and local officials have long pushed for the change, saying the plant's future was in jeopardy in the wholesale market.