The Fifth Annual Connecticut State Employees Campaign Tennis Tournament is happening this weekend.
Governor Lamont and Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano have their differences, but last Saturday they got to settle them on the tennis court.
Seymour police detective served an eight-day suspension without pay after an investigation revealed he breached a state computer database and disseminated the personal information of a man.
Right now the money is available for security, but for how long? With state budget cuts and talks of more cuts, Matthew Conway, the school superintendent, worries his grants may go away.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Growing up in a family that ran two well-known supermarkets, Themis and Nicole Klarides closely watched their father and two uncles while the sisters worked part-time in the stores. But it was their mother, now-84-year-old Theodora Klarides, who had as much influence on the young sisters as anyone. “My mother and […]
The Governor and several legislative leaders were among hundreds playing some friendly rounds of tennis for a good cause Saturday.
Changes are coming to the state legislature after a big night for those running against some of the incumbents here in Connecticut.
Donald Trump may be trailing Hillary Clinton in national opinion polls, but Connecticut Republicans say he is still very popular in certain areas of the state.
While all eyes will be on the final presidential debate Wednesday night, as Election Day approaches, it’s also important to pay attention to the race to control the General Assembly here in Connecticut.
As News 8 reported Wednesday, the new State Senate will be evenly split with 18 Republicans and 18 Democrats.