The story of Veeder Place — which begins in 1996 — almost sounds like the beginning of a joke: A priest, a doomed cellphone start-up company and Gov. John Rowland walk into a bar with
Mayor Luke Bronin
With COVID-19 vaccinations well underway in Connecticut some festivals and outdoor activities appear poised to return over the summer, and it may present an opportunity for Connecticut’s capital city – and the state itself –
Three years ago, Dillon Stadium was a run-down, unused and possibly dangerous area, with poor grounds and rusted bleachers that were not up to code. Today it stands renewed, hosting a professional soccer team, vendors,
Facing a $4.6 billion deficit over the next biennium, lawmakers will find themselves in the position of a political captive — hands tied, blind-folded and locked in a dingy basement.
Hartford's five year recovery plan will fall into deficit by year three despite the state paying Hartford's debt, according to the plan submitted to the state’s Municipal Accountability Review Board, tasked with overseeing Connecticut’s beleaguered capital
When a city or town is forced to go to binding arbitration over a labor contract, they often have little to gain and a whole lot to lose, but the decision comes down to one
Reports surfaced Monday about a tentative deal between Gov. Dannel Malloy and the state employee labor unions to achieve $1.5 billion in concessions over the next two years and extend the state employee contract to