Governor Ned Lamont reported Thursday, two Connecticut residents have died and five were injured as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias.
Connecticut lawmakers announced Thursday a new $6.7 million grant for electric bus facility upgrades in Stamford.
In Middletown, we followed along with the governor who is taking a look at the damage in different areas of the state.
Gov. Lamont announces additional $160 million COVID-19 relief funding for CT schools reopening in the fall
Governor Ned Lamont announced Thursday the State is making an additional $160 million in funding available to help school districts open safely for students in the fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Ned Lamont has announced that he is activating the Connecticut National Guard Thursday and has approved the deployment of teams to help utility companies in the state’s power restoration efforts following Tropical Storm Isaias.
It’s been three months since Renée Coleman-Mitchell, the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health, was fired. Now, she’s opening up about her abrupt termination and treatment leading up to her last days.
Governor Ned Lamont has delivered on a campaign promise to make Connecticut more business-friendly. Wednesday he announced a one-stop-shop for businesses looking to start up in CT.
As testing increases across the state and nation, that turnaround time is getting longer.
Governor Ned Lamont is in the hot seat after a racially insensitive remark he made last Thursday during an update on the pandemic.
Teachers across the state rally for ‘safety first’ ahead of students’ return to the classroom in the fall amid pandemic
Hundreds of teachers drove in a caravan past the governor’s mansion on Thursday, demanding a safe plan for the start of back to school. Protesters say what they’ve heard from local and state officials, so far, has not left them confident in either their or their students’ safety.