The state’s real estate professionals have picked their man in this fall’s election.
Gov. Ned Lamont was on hand Wednesday to kick off construction on a project Windsor Locks officials hope will spur more development in their town: a new train station.
Max Reiss, the face of Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration for the past three years, said Tuesday he is leaving next month to take a new position at one of the biggest banks in the state.
The coastal towns to New Haven’s east will see their commutes into New Haven and elsewhere improve significantly with the replacement of aging diesel-powered trains with electric units, state officials said yesterday.
As concerns about a recession caused by interest rate hikes rise, Gov. Ned Lamont’s office announced a new relief program for homeowners struggling with their mortgages.
Connecticut Republicans endorsed former state House Minority Leader Themis Klarides, a moderate on social issues, to challenge two-term Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal in November. But she will still face a primary in August after two social conservatives received enough delegate support on Saturday.
Connecticut’s General Assembly voted Tuesday to give lawmakers and the state’s constitutional officers their first pay raises in more than two decades.
The Connecticut Senate sent a revised, one-year $24.2 billion state budget to Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont’s desk on Tuesday night that Democrats lauded as historic but Republicans derided as falling short for the taxpayers.
A wide-ranging bill aimed at reducing vehicle emissions in Connecticut, including the likely adoption of California’s clean air standards for certain trucks and a requirement that all school buses be emission-free by 2040, was advanced Friday to Gov. Ned Lamont’s desk.
State grants are helping a Darien wealth management firm relocate to Stamford and expand its physical footprint, Gov. Ned Lamont’s office said in an announcement.
Connecticut will provide up to $75 million in tax incentives to Sikorsky under an agreement that will keep the helicopter maker’s headquarters in the state for the next two decades, Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday.
Connecticut will temporarily suspend its 25-cent-per-gallon excise tax on gasoline after a bipartisan vote by state lawmakers Wednesday in an effort to ease pain at the pump for motorists.
Some municipal leaders and state legislators are raising concerns about Gov. Ned Lamont’s election year proposal to lower the state’s cap on local taxes for motor vehicles, worried cities and towns could ultimately wind up losing much-needed revenue while wealthier drivers might benefit the most from the plan.
Melissa McCaw’s departure comes amid a federal investigation surrounding her former deputy and hundreds of millions of dollars in state spending.
Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed the state set a binding target to make the state’s electrical grid carbon-free by 2040.
Gov. Ned Lamont, delivering a rosy election-year speech, unveiled a $24 billion budget proposal that includes tax cuts and financial help for entrepreneurs, but the budget got mixed reviews from his political allies and opponents.
Connecticut legislators, tasked with deciding whether to extend 11 of Gov. Ned Lamont’s remaining COVID-19 executive orders, heard starkly different opinions Tuesday about whether one order — the statewide mask mandate in schools and child care centers — should end this month, leaving future masking rules up to local officials.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled a five-part plan Wednesday to reduce taxes by about $336 million, with a particular focus on lessening the financial burden of local property taxes.
Josh Geballe, a key player in Connecticut’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Tuesday he is leaving state service to accept a position at Yale University.
Connecticut voters face the prospect of another high-priced election with the reemergence of businessperson Bob Stefanowski, the Republican candidate for governor in 2018.