“I’ve been thinking about telling my story for a long time.”
Some Springfield city officials first opposed the changes, saying they felt blind-sided, but have since come around to accept them. The casino is slated to open in late 2018.
The gathering had picked up extra attention after the National Rifle Association urged its members to show up and fight a handful of gun control measures.
Congressman Richie Neal says Republicans may lose a lot more than the White House in November, now that’s it clear Donald Trump will be the GOP nominee.
They used validation chips reserved for jurors to get a reduced $3 per day parking rate.
The move was opposed by municipal leaders in Northwestern Connecticut. They say the school is abandoning its students in that part of the state.
Polls close in Connecticut at 8:00 PM.
The Berkshire Eagle has been sold — along with newspapers in Brattleboro, Bennington and Manchester, Vermont.
Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin wants to close next year’s budget deficit by laying off 40 city employees, demanding millions in union concessions, draining every last dollar from the city’s rainy day fund, and not raising the tax rate.
UMass President Marty Meehan and Board Chair Victor Wooldridge announced Tuesday night they will advocate for the university system to divest from fossil fuel companies. That wasn’t enough of a commitment for student protesters.
Thursday was supposed to be the home opener for Hartford’s new minor league baseball team, the Yard Goats. But the stadium won’t be done for another month or so.
Manuel Colon has never met his daughter, Sofia, outside of prison.
Using grazing animals to control vegetation at solar farms is not a new idea. Livestock are much less likely to damage the panels and cables than commercial lawnmowers. But pasturing sheep, goats or cows at solar farms is not without its problems.
Efforts to restore Atlantic salmon to the Connecticut River watershed have been largely unsuccessful. The once abundant fish are now rare. But recently a state biologist found evidence of wild salmon spawning in a Connecticut river.
By a 20-point margin, residents voted to form a commission to review the town charter. And six of the nine commission members elected Tuesday are aligned with a group that wants to change the form of government.