For 10 days starting Friday evening, the state Department of Transportation will close the southbound section of Interstate 395 to complete a $6 million bridge rehabilitation where the highway crosses Route 85 in Waterford.
City police helped Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents capture a Brazilian national Wednesday after the man fled on foot when the ICE agents attempted to detain him outside of the Broad Street courthouse.
The state Department of Transportation is taking a closer look at the transportation safety needs of each region in the state with the goal of reducing fatal and serious injuries.
John J. James, chief operating officer of a tribal casino in California, has been named president and chief executive officer of Foxwoods Resorts Casino.
Connecticut filed another lawsuit Wednesday in its battle against federal income tax limits aimed primarily at those states that voted against President Donald Trump in 2016.
Rep. Joe Courtney scored a win Wednesday after a decade of trying to repeal a tax on expensive health care plans that was imposed by the Affordable Care Act.
Every member of the Connecticut delegation in the U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to block from a vote a resolution to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
The Republican Town Committee Wednesday nominated a slate of five candidates to run for City Council in fall, five for Board of Education and one for treasurer.
When Megan O’Neill of Old Lyme was attending Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, she had an opportunity to do a monthlong internship in a poor, rural region of South Africa.
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