The city's deputy chief auditor said Wednesday that in the months since Treasurer Adam Cloud's office violated protocol by wiring funds directly to an insurance broker — who is now under federal investigation — no safeguards have been instituted to ensure such a transaction never happens again.
BLOOMFIELD —As the state breaks free of a cold snap that had temperatures in single digits across Connecticut earlier this week, Operation Fuel is once again seeking help in providing emergency heating assistance.
NEW HAVEN — A man who climbed the Christmas tree on the New Haven Green on Wednesday has been arrested, city officials said.
Get Business Mobile Text AlertsNEW LONDON — The lockout that has barred hundreds of striking employees from going to work at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital will be lifted Thursday at 6:45 a.m.
Get Business Mobile Text AlertsThe Bradley Teletheater won't just be for horse racing after a 300-seat Bobby V's Restaurant & Sports Bar, owned by Bobby Valentine, opens next month at the longtime off-track betting venue.
A snowstorm forecast for Tuesday is expected to bring between 2 and 4 inches of light, fine snow, said FoxCt Meteorologist Matt Scott.
Hartford's new archbishop, the Most Rev. Leonard Paul Blair cited three M's -- memory, mission and ministry – as guiding principles while speaking to the more than 2,000 worshippers who attended his Mass of Installation on Monday afternoon at the Cathedral of St.
BRISTOL — A man who struck a woman walking across the road on Farmington Ave. in Bristol stopped after the accident, checked on her, and then drove off, police said.
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The Doc Hurley Basketball Classic, held for 38 years in Hartford, is in jeopardy after organizers missed a Friday deadline to provide insurance for the three-day high school tournament.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Glastonbury Facebook PageThe town council is seeking a meeting with legislators next month and is also asking for a legal opinion about the propriety of plans by the Metropolitan District to tack surcharges onto the water bills of the town's nearly 6,000 district customers.
Connecticut is one of nine states recognized in a new national report for significantly reducing youth incarceration rates since 2001 – a drop attributed to new policies and expanded community alternatives to detention.
Bristol Leaders To Decide Monday Night On 10-Year Deal Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Bristol Facebook PageBRISTOL — After last-minute negotiations that continued for more than two hours, Mayor Ken Cockayne on Tuesday postponed a long-awaited public meeting about a possible contract for Covanta Energy to run a regional recycling transfer station in the city.
911 Tapes And Crime Scene Photos Would Be RestrictedHARTFORD – A legislative task force charged with balancing the privacy of crime victims with public's right to access government information is proposing new rules for viewing crime scene photographs, listening to 911 recordings and other records relating to homicide investigations.
A Bristol woman with ties to accused killer Aaron Hernandez died Monday, fewer than six months after she survived the car crash that killed a man married to the former New England Patriot's cousin.
Abrupt Reversal Follows Data Breach Of Debit Cards Handled by JP Morgan ChaseIn an abrupt reversal, the state tax department decided Monday to immediately suspend the state's debit card program for tax refunds and instead issue paper checks to more than 5,000 taxpayers in the coming weeks.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley are among the dignitaries expected to attend Monday's installation Mass of Leonard P.
MILFORD — The city's fire department is responding to a fire Sunday afternoon on Pine Crest Court.
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Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Manchester Facebook PageMANCHESTER — Police officers are to host a toy drive with the U.S.
Transportation Chief Defends Commuter Railroad In Wake Of Wrecks, Fiascoes Get Business Mobile Text AlertsAngered by the recent chain of wrecks and service fiascoes involving Metro-North trains, several lawmakers declared Wednesday that the state should renegotiate its long-term contract with the railroad or look for someone else to operate the heavily traveled New Haven line.
State Probe Finds No Evidence of "Any Substantial Assets"The Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation, which held more than $1 million in assets just seven years ago, appears to have little or no money left, state officials investigating the charity said Wednesday.
Lawmaker: 'My concern is that you have the technology available to prevent this, but it wasn't on the trains.'On the eve of a state hearing into what's gone wrong at crash-plagued Metro-North, the railroad reported to Gov.
The Newtown police chief has decided not to recommend the firing of a town officer who has been out of work with PTSD since responding to the Dec.
During Weekend Visit, Murphy And McCain Address RallyU.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said Monday his weekend trip to Ukraine with Sen.
Former East Haven police officer Jason Zullo will be sentenced in federal court Monday to up to two years.
BRISTOL — A woman was the victim of a hit-and-run accident on Farmington Avenue in Bristol near Wal-mart and LA Fitness at about 5 p.m.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — Police tasered a city man who was holding a loaded handgun on High Street early Saturday.
A new one-year agreement in the Sheff vs.