Two public meetings will be held in Connecticut to talk about new hours for the East Windsor Hill and North Franklin post offices. The United States Postal Service has been cutting operating hours at hundreds of post offices across the country.
Malloy had proposed a $55-per-person refund, but a projected state surplus is coming in lower than expected.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire is calling for an investigation into the scam that’s hit health care practices throughout the region.
Both states’ snow removal costs went beyond their budgets, though more so in Massachusetts than Connecticut.
Lawmakers across New England are looking at the same issue, with lots of negotiating still to come.
Applicants for health insurance that have dealt with problem-plagued websites, like the Massachusetts Health Connector, can get an extra two weeks to finish their enrollment.
The bill will increase the minimum hourly wage to $9.15 in January, $9.60 in January 2016 and $10.10 in January 2017. State officials say 70,000 to 90,000 people now earn the minimum wage in Connecticut.
Today the Connecticut House and Senate are slated to vote for Governor Dannel Malloy’s proposal to hike the state minimum wage to $10.10 an hour […]
A bill that would change existing tax credits for United Technologies Corporation is expected to have bipartisan legislative support in Connecticut.
James Radeker says, in the past, the state added “inhibitors” to the mix that could help prevent corrosion. But he says they caused equipment problems.
Malloy says in a letter delivered Monday to President Barack Obama that the proposals as written would unfairly affect the state of Connecticut because of criteria that would appear to benefit three tribes that already have lost bids for recognition.
A federal investigation into campaign mailings has led to the resignation of one top Republican staffer in Connecticut.
House Speaker Brendan Sharkey says Keno never had a lot of support, and he says the current budget surplus provides an opportunity.
As soon as he heard about a possible lack of available road salt to treat snowy and icy roadways, Northampton, Massachusetts Public Works Director Ned Huntley took a preventative measure.
The Democrat said Tuesday he didn’t “imagine…being a candidate any time before the session is over.” Malloy added how he’d “like to get through the session as governor as opposed to candidate.”