STORRS — Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a targeted message to millennials at a speech Wednesday night at the University of Connecticut: participate.
Plan Also Outlines Seven Research Areas For Strategic GrowthSTORRS — UConn plans to improve and expand its graduate schools and strengthen research programs as part of a wide-reaching five-year plan on the school's academic future.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Southington Facebook PageSOUTHINGTON — A town employee arrested in February after a dispute over goats faces new charges.
This is the story of a Boy Scout from Connecticut who grew up to become a Nazi spy during World War II — and another Boy Scout who helped capture the traitor.
Climate change has been blamed for raising the sea level and eroding the shoreline, but the issue is a political firestorm so divisive that most legislative efforts have stalled in Congress.
Timothy Herbst and Robert Eick both say the average taxpayer probably doesn't know exactly what the state treasurer does.
Significant Dependence On A Single Test Score Could Be DroppedA major change is in the works that would permanently diminish the weight of the state's standardized test scores as a component of the new teacher evaluation system, a teachers' union leader says.
The brutal winter that kept Connecticut residents shivering and shoveling for months also took a serious toll on the state's storm cleanup budget.
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ANSONIA – Police responded to Woodbridge Avenue Sunday morning after a neighbor reported a dispute involving a handgun, Ansonia police reported in a press release Sunday evening.
With state income tax collections lower than expected following the April 15 tax deadline, Senate Republican leader John McKinney called Wednesday for the governor to scrap his proposal for $55 tax rebates.
The Rt. Rev. James E. Curry, bishop suffragan for the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, will retire Oct.
West Hartford veteran of the USS Nevada to speak at New Britain event Follow Your Town News On The Courant's New Britain Facebook PageNEW BRITAIN – A Connecticut veteran's personal recollections of D-Day will be a highlight of the Kiwanis Club's pre-Memorial Day "Salute to Veterans" on April 28.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Bristol Facebook PageBRISTOL — With a rare agreement from both ends of its political spectrum, the finance board Tuesday night unanimously endorsed a budget proposal that creates all-day kindergarten but raises taxes.
University Reinvents What Was A Weekend of Drunken Brawls Once known for drunken brawls, burning couches and flipped cars, UConn's Spring Weekend, which starts Thursday, will include a 5-K race, volunteer work, a talent contest and cake decorating, along with a ban on guests and the promise of heavy police scrutiny.
Tyisha McFadden Is Accused Of Killing Bystander Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — No one disputes that 46-year-old Errol Campbell was fatally shot on Aug.
NEW HAVEN — A federal jury convicted a Farmington man and a Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's West Hartford Facebook PageWEST HARTFORD — A 74-year-old man pulled from his burning Brainard Road home April 17 is recovering, fire officials said.
TORRINGTON – Firefighters are on scene of a fire at an apartment building Sunday night.
Glitzy Real Estate Deals Were 'A House Of Cards'Bernard Madoff's investor fraud took the Ponzi scheme to a new level, but it wasn't so long ago that Connecticut had its own infamous fraud case tied to some of Hartford's most well-known real estate: Colonial Realty Co.
Faces Democratic Primary In District That Covers Parts Of Bloomfield, Hartford, WindsorHARTFORD — Longtime state Sen.
The Democratic Governors Association, which expects to heavily advertise this fall to support the re-election of Gov. Dannel P.
COVENTRY — Speed is believed to be a factor in a weekend motorcycle crash that killed a local father and combat veteran, police said.
HARTFORD — It's been one day since Mayor Pedro Segarra released his spending plan for the coming fiscal year, but a heated debate between the mayor and a city council member has already begun.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — Thinking about littering in a city neighborhood? Just know that Deputy Police Chief Robert E. Ford Jr.
ASHFORD — Celebrate the wild at the Earth Day Fair on Saturday.
HARTFORD — Beth Schiavino-Narvaez, a top administrator in Maryland's Montgomery County school system, has been named the next schools superintendent in Hartford.
Dan Blow And Wife Moving To The Bahamas Japanalia Eiko, a long-time fixture on the Hartford fashion scene, is closing this summer.
FAIRFIELD – An 86 year-old man from Fairfield was sent to the hospital Sunday night after police received a call that he was stuck between his pickup truck and a garage door, police said.
People Often Visit Middletown's Indian Hill To Walk, Or Jog, Or Just Enjoy The Peace And The View— Tom D'Aquila, president of the Indian Hill Cemetery Association, likes to tell people that the Keynesian economist John Kenneth Galbraith was 6-feet, 8-inches tall.