State inspections records show the Calamari Recycling Center has been cited for numerous violations in the last two years.
Starting January 1, 19 new laws will go into effect in Connecticut. Explore a few of the new state laws below.
The cost of a college education at Connecticut’s largest state school just keeps going up. Earlier this month UConn laid out its plan to rai…
A visibly emotional Charlie Valentino pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to a felony and two misdemeanors.
Sean Gorman’s funeral service did not have many photos of him and his family.
If not for heroin, Garrett Deutermann would not have the job he does.
Casey Olayos still remembers the first time he tried heroin.
According to the Nature Conservancy, Connecticut will lose 24,000 acres of land to sea level rise by 2080. For the past few years, state lea…
Window blind cords are killing kids at an alarming rate and window blind makers have known kids are being strangled by their products for ye…
For the first time ever, the state agency that oversees Connecticut’s solar energy program has suspended a company from participating in the…
In a space once used for military recruitment, veterans now use the back corner booth at Trinity bar as a weekly meeting space.
A Plainville man claims discrimination after being told his medical marijuana was to blame for his counseling sessions ending.
In October 2014, new rules that regulate Guardian Ad Litems went into effect in Connecticut.
Alex Seretny knew he wanted to be a part of the military.
The state is spending millions to ensure that Connecticut’s power grids are up and running during a storm, but are they safe from hackers?