HARTFORD - An effort to upgrade outdated computer systems at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles and make life easier for customers could prove challenging in the early stages, according to state officials.
WEST HARTFORD - Police said they are on the scene of an accident where a car cut off a CTfastrak bus.
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NEW BRITAIN - Greeting a busload of visiting regional development officials, Mayor Erin Stewart was eager to make her pitch for why businesses should build near the CTfastrak station.
GREENWICH - After an almost year-long investigation into a boating accident that left a 16-year-old girl dead and her 15-year-old friend severely wounded police announced Friday that they had fined the 17-year-old operator of the boat $150 for several water safety infractions.
SOUTHINGTON - Town and school health professionals, concerned about the emotional reaction to the deaths of two teenagers in a one-car crash Tuesday, will offer grief counseling to whoever needs it for months to come.
A number of state employees at the Department of Children and Families routinely show up late for work and are still paid for a full day, state auditors reported Thursday.
WATERBURY - Commuters, local motorists, neighbors and businesses are invited to offer their suggestions on Aug. 1 for minimizing the traffic disruption from the four-year-long widening of a stretch of I-84.
NAUGATUCK - Police are asking for the public's help in finding two missing girls, ages 13 and 14, who may have left the area with an older boyfriend.
NEW BRITAIN - Two Democrats want to challenge the party-backed slate of candidates for the school board.
SOUTH WINDSOR - A fire broke out at St. Peter's Episcopal Church Saturday morning, but no one was injured and the fire did not spread to the sanctuary area, fire officials said.
HARTFORD - Connecticut community organizations will be able to seek newly available federal funding to help address youth alcohol use and prescription drug abuse.
AGAWAM, Mass. (AP) - Police say two western Massachusetts women attacked a lesbian couple from Rhode Island whom they saw kissing at Six Flags New England.
HARTFORD - In a sign that the near-stalemate between Amtrak and Connecticut is over, the railroad on Friday announced a major operational change to accommodate construction of the new Hartford Line commuter service.
NEW LONDON - Kenneth Elyosius, 62, was arraigned in Superior Court in New London Thursday. It was the second day in a row that the former Hartford police officer appeared in court.
HARTFORD - A Department of Correction officer is facing possession of child pornography and other charges after a co-worker discovered more than 700 images of child pornography on a tablet that he let the officer borrow while he stayed at his apartment, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
NEWINGTON - For the second time this month, a resident over 70 years old has become the victim of water company imposters, police said Thursday.
The National Weather Service says severe thunderstorms could bring "torrential rainfall," lightning and wind gusts as high as 40 miles per hour in parts of Connecticut Thursday afternoon into the evening.
HARTFORD - No decisions have been made yet, but engineers studying ways to replace the I-84 viaduct in Hartford said Wednesday that two options - a tunnel or a newer version of the towering elevated highway - appear increasingly impractical.
NEW BRITAIN - Campers at Central Connecticut State University showed off their skills Wednesday as part of an all girls week at the "Tech it Out" summer program.
BRIDGEPORT - A man drowned early Saturday morning after he was involved in a fight behind a local bar, according to police.
DANBURY - Two teenagers from Connecticut have been charged with impersonating a high school teacher on Twitter and portraying her in a defamatory way.
Joseph Elder, a Hartford attorney who impersonated a fellow lawyer 11 years ago, spawning a long-running feud between the pair, will be barred from practicing law for a year, a Superior Court judge has ruled.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration approved the financing method for a University of Connecticut Health Center project that auditors say will cost the state $77 million in "unnecessary" interest.
HARTFORD - Political leaders held a community forum Thursday night in the North End to discuss what path to take given the continuing violence in the city, which had its 19th homicide last weekend.
HARTFORD - Fire Department Deputy Chief Daniel Nolan, suspended with pay since April pending an investigation into his actions at a fire department task force hearing, has received a 30-day unpaid suspension following an administrative hearing.
BRIDGEPORT - Former Bridgeport state Rep. Christina Ayala has rejected a plea deal in an alleged election fraud case and a trial has been scheduled for September.
NEW HAVEN - A large contingent of investigators is gathering evidence at a vacant Salvation Army building on George Street.
WEST HARTFORD - Nearly 40 years ago, Bill Cibes signed on to support the upstart presidential campaign of a little-known peanut farmer from Georgia.
A state audit report says that UConn could end up paying almost $77 million in loan interest that could have been avoided if the university had secured state bonding instead.