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Gov. Ned Lamont to business council crowd: ‘We’re just getting started’

A "major production company" relocating here, a tentative time frame for a special session on tolls and a Woodstock mini-festival upstate are all possibilities, the governor said.

Danbury ascendant: Booming on nearly all fronts, but will state measures...

Mayor Mark Boughton credits a solid budget, the addition of 900 new businesses last year, and no tax increase as reasons to be cheerful; the nine-term mayor's November opponent maintains that "we need a new vision going forward.”

Lamont, Dems release some details of tolls plan; GOP defiant

Under the Democrat' plan, tolls gantries would be placed roughly every six to seven miles on I-84, I-95, I-91 and Route 15.

Stamford passes anti-tolling resolution

The Department of Transportation's latest tolling study recommends the installation of 82 tolling gantries on all highways throughout Connecticut.

CT House unlikely to take up tolls

The plan would include tolls on Interstates 84, 91 and 95 and the Wilbur Cross and Merritt Parkways. Additional tolls could be installed on other limited access highways.

Speaker Aresimowicz: Expect vote on tolls, not on pot or casinos

While he expects a House vote on tolls to take place before the legislative session ends on May 9, Aresimowicz did not guarantee passage of the bill.

Electronic tolls bill narrowly gets committee approval

Proponents claim an electronic toll system could bring the state as much as $600 million per year in revenue.