With so many schools shifting to online and hybrid learning, the bus and motor coach industry is facing a lot of uncertainty.
Politicians and school officials in Waterbury took part in a roundtable discussion Friday morning about what is called the “digital divide.” That is the gap between the haves and the have-nots when it comes to technology.
Connecticut’s 19th Annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony is being held today to honor the lives of Connecticut residents killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
A vigil honoring the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A crowd gathered in Stamford Sunday to remember Ginsburg’s extraordinary life
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal joined angry postal workers at the Old State House Post Office in Hartford Saturday to continue expressing frustration over the cutbacks, downsizing, and delays caused by the proposed cost cuts to the United States Postal Service.
A family claims the postal service lost a Connecticut veteran’s remains and those cuts are the reason why.
CT Dems push for no Senate vote on Trump’s SCOTUS nomination, concerns Barrett confirmation will put healthcare, women’s choice at risk
Connecticut lawmakers have criticized the process of which Barrett was nominated since it is less than two months away from a presidential election.
Connecticut lawmakers announced Thursday a new $6.7 million grant for electric bus facility upgrades in Stamford.
Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz will join U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal and UConn President Tom Katsouleas to tour Connecticut Biotech Wednesday afternoon, a new start-up company that is producing 3D-printed face mask frames.
Governor Ned Lamont is expected to speak at a Monday public hearing hosted by the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) on Eversource’s rate increase.