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    Facing a tough political fight in a blue state, Republican candidate Bob Stefanowski has hired the leader of the grassroots movement against highway tolls to be his new c...

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    by Mark Pazniokas, CT Mirror The consequences of Donald J. Trump’s candidate winning the Connecticut Republican primary for U.S. Senate were evident Wednesday in the cel...
    Montville ― The Republican Town Committee wound up in the middle of the most newsworthy moment of the 2022 race for U.S. Senate in Connecticut when former President Donal...
    While other state cash assistance programs have struggled to get dollars out the door this summer, the new $1,000 pandemic bonus program for private-sector workers has s...
    Connecticut Republicans nominated Leora Levy for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, a day after Donald J. Trump urged voters to rally behind Levy and reject the party-endorsed favo...

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    Republican and Democratic voters in Connecticut chose their parties’ candidates for Secretary of the State on Tuesday, setting up a contest this fall that is likely to ...
    Gas prices at some stations in Connecticut have dropped below $4 a gallon for the first time since March, giving motorists some cheer even as they pay 25% more than a yea...
    Only one hour after news broke that FBI agents had searched his Florida home for documents, former President Donald Trump hailed Greenwich Republican Leora Levy on Monday...
    Republicans and Democrats are competing in very different primaries Tuesday for secretary of the state, a relatively non-partisan outpost of state government before Don...
    Alex Jones is facing a hefty price tag for his lies about the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre — $49.3 million in damages, and counting, for claiming the nation’s ...

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    State government finances have been shaped for decades by a legacy of massive public-sector pension debt that dates back to the late 1930s, a challenge expected to conti...
    House Speaker Matt Ritter tapped a longtime business and education leader Saturday to replace one of the Connecticut Port Authority officials cited in a state ethics ru...
    HARTFORD (AP) — Up to $1,000 in pandemic pay is available for eligible, private-sector essential workers in Connecticut who were employed during the height of the COVID-1...
    NEW YORK — The accused duck sauce killer, charged with shooting a restaurant deliverymen, was found dead in his Queens home Friday morning after apparently killing himsel...
    Hartford — Connecticut launched a website and telephone hotline on Friday designed to link people seeking abortions with resources in the state. Gov. Ned Lamont, who has ...
    NEW YORK — The gunman charged with shooting a McDonald’s worker point-blank in a flap over cold french fries tried to cover up his crime, disposing of evidence that inclu...
    Former President Donald Trump endorsed Leora Levy for U.S. Senate on Thursday night - throwing drama into Tuesday’s Republican primary. Republican and Democratic insiders...
    The state Insurance Department is scheduled to hold a public hearing Aug. 15 on a proposal by nine health insurance providers to increase health insurance rates for 2023...
    Connecticut’s Office of Workforce Strategy will receive $24 million in federal funding to expand job training programs that have struggled to meet demand amid a shortage...
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas jury on Thursday ordered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay more than $4 million in compensatory damages to the parents of a 6-year-old b...