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Former Gov. Malloy named chancellor of University of Maine System

The former governor will be paid $350,000 annually in his new job.

CT Comptroller Lembo opposes Malloy toll study

"The Bond Commission should not act as a replacement for legislative action," said Lembo, adding the question of tolls "should be left to the next governor and legislature."

Greenwich executive Ned Lamont mulls another crack at elected office

Lamont previously ran for senator against incumbent Joe Lieberman in 2006 and sought the 2010 Democratic nomination for governor.

Increase in minimum wage kicks off the new year

The Connecticut minimum wage is scheduled to rise from the current rate of $9.15 per hour to $9.60 at the start of 2016.

State program to spur brownfield redevelopment

Applications are open for Connecticut grant program designed to spur brownfield redevelopment planning throughout the state.

New loan program to help reduce energy costs

Homeowners could apply for loans of up to $15,000 for energy-efficient equipment

State to safeguard families on food stamps

The Department of Social Services plans to increase food stamp dollars for 50,000 low-income families in Connecticut.

GOP candidates eye governor’s chair

McKinney fundraising tops $100k; Malloy yet to declare.

McKinney takes aim at HomeServe’s state assistance

The company, set to receive $9 million from the state, has a tainted past.

HomeServe receives $9M state package

Home repair servicer makes Norwalk home.

Opportunity knocks in Bridgeport

On May 3, FuelCell Energy Inc., Dominion Resources Inc. and numerous public officials participated in a ceremonial groundbreaking for the largest fuel cell power project in North America and the second largest in the world.

Editorial: Out of sight, out of mind?

Coming off of back-to-back years that featured not just one, but multiple debilitating storms, there is little evidence to suggest that Fairfield County is prepared for the upcoming hurricane season.

Report: Malloy would support $9 minimum wage

In an apparent policy shift, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy told reporters in Hartford today that he would support an increase in the state's minimum wage from $8.25 to $9 by Jan. 1, 2015.

Malloy pledges full support in wake of bombing

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pledged to "assist in any way we can" as Boston searches for answers and solace in the wake of the worst bombing to hit U.S. soil since national security was overhauled after Sept. 11, 2001.

State passes stricter gun laws

Connecticut lawmakers approved bipartisan gun legislation April 3 that calls for new restrictions on guns and ammunition magazines, new school security measures and additional mental health provisions.