Malloy will propose more than $550 million in across-the-board spending cuts for the next fiscal year. He delivers his State of the State address Wednesday.
What made The Short List this week? Big Headlines for 2015: Voter Turnout, Viaduct Construction Fewer Headlines in 2015: Chinese-owned CRRC USA Rail Corp., Springfield […]
According to the state Department of Public Health, several Massachusetts counties remain undervaccinated, including Hampshire and Franklin.
Hartford voters go to the polls in a few days. The focus is on the Democratic primary, where incumbent mayor Pedro Segarra is facing off with challenger Luke Bronin.
The Connecticut legislature pulled an all-nighter Tuesday night as it goes down to the wire to get a budget passed before the session ends Wednesday. We get an update from Chris Keating of the Hartford Courant.
As the Connecticut legislative session heads into its final week, Democratic leaders from the legislature and the governor’s office are meeting behind closed doors to finalize a budget.
This week, MGM broke ground on its casino in Springfield. When it opens in late 2017, the western Massachusetts resort may find itself in the middle of a region stacked with casinos.
Updated at 9:45 a.m. on Monday, February 9th, 2015. The week has begun with yet another major winter storm hitting much of New England. A winter storm warning is in effect for nearly all of Massachusetts and northern Connecticut through 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Dannel Malloy is inaugurated to his second term today in Connecticut.
Governors in the six New England states will be sworn in this week.
The state’s DMV commissioner says 28,000 people have scheduled appointments to take the driver’s test.
Connecticut is looking for an operator for a new commuter rail line between Springfield and New Haven.
We check-in with reporters from Connecticut and Vermont for the latest on those state’s gubernatorial elections.
Massachusetts casinos could draw gamblers away from tribal casinos in southeastern Connecticut.
Voter registration cards need to be postmarked by 8 p.m. tomorrow, but a spokesperson for the Secretary of State says it’s probably more reliable to register in person.