Latimer signs law prohibiting name, face of county executives on government...

The new law will apply to Westchester County parks, golf courses and other properties.

Newtown P&Z approves proposal for medical marijuana dispensary

Newtown is the latest Fairfield County location to move forward with the possible creation of a medical marijuana dispensary.

Connecticut fines Veyo $4,000 for failures in nonemergency medical transport

Connecticut's Department of Social Services has fined Veyo, its non-emergency medical transportation vendor, for either failing to pick up patients or leaving them waiting for more than an hour.

Purdue Pharma eliminates sales staff

The OxyContin maker is turning its focus to developing new medications for patients with cancer and certain central nervous system disorders.

Oracle exec Mary McHugh joins Xerox as chief delivery officer

The Norwalk-headquartered company has hired Mary McHugh as chief delivery officer and a member of its executive committee.

Day Pitney relocates Stamford office to 1 Stamford Plaza

The law firm Day Pitney LLP is moving its Stamford office to a 19,450-square-foot space at 1 Stamford Plaza.

Mount Vernon woman sues staffing companies for blocking job over juvenile...

Twelve years after a Mount Vernon woman committed minor infractions as a juvenile, staffing firms stopped her from getting a health care job.

CSCU profs due 11 percent raises while system struggles to make...

“These raises again demonstrate how SEBAC has drained the Connecticut budget of funding for job programs, health care, elderly supports, social services and clearly even students,” said Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano.

Survey ranks Connecticut second-to-last as summer road trip destination

The new WalletHub survey “2018’s Best & Worst States for Summer Road Trips” ranked Connecticut as 49th out of the 50 states.

Stamford’s Harbor Landing Apartments officially opens

The 218 apartments are surrounded by a six-mile waterfront boardwalk, two restaurants, a marina, and full-service boatyard.

Study to recommend New York legalize recreational marijuana

"We looked at the pros, we looked at the cons, and when we were done, we realized that the pros outweighed the cons,” New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker told reporters Monday.

Jobs Waiting program places 300th employee

Maribel Valencia-Barajas was the 300th individual to obtain employment through the program, which trains unemployed individuals for jobs in the region’s fastest-growing sectors.