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Lamont outlines rules for beaches, parks; Still unhappy over casinos’ defiance

Either potential casino patrons will not arrive due to safety fears, or they will show up and spread infections, the governor predicted. “It’s too early right now,” he said about the casinos' plan to reopen on June 1.

Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick: Time to right the ship is...

Brenda Kupchick, elected in November as Fairfield’s first selectwoman, understandably has many goals for her inaugural term. Chief among them is introducing the town’s...

Bridgeport poised to become offshore wind hub with state approval of...

The project includes an estimated $890 million in direct economic development in Connecticut, including Bridgeport Harbor and the local supply chain.

Vineyard Wind partners with Seymour’s Marmon Utility to boost wind power...

If the companies' Park City Wind proposal is accepted by the state, it could create up to 350 jobs and almost $400 million in direct revenue in Connecticut over the next decade.

Electric vehicle market growing, but fed attitude complicates picture

The Trump administration’s efforts to roll back auto emissions standards is a "screw you" to Connecticut and other states, according to Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee.

Army Corps releases dredge plan

A total 31 sites in Connecticut and 17 in New York are on the list.

UConn Stamford hearing targets dredge material

State maintains option to dump at sea.

State warns parks could reach capacity for Fourth of July

A three-day weekend for the Fourth of July holiday prompts an early notice that the most popular areas may be full.

Appeal to recycle paint, electronics

A veritable Periodic Table inside every computer.

Malloy takes national charging station pledge

Eight governors aim to see more electric cars on the road.

Clean trades program kicks off in schools

Students study energy efficiency in CBIA program.

Conn. charges into microgrids

With up to $15 million in funding, Connecticut plans to build at least 10 microgrids in partnership with utilities, municipalities and the private sector.

EPA starts Swamp Road cleanup

EPA began work to remove contaminated materials from the Batchelder site on Swamp Road in Newtown.

DOT to ‘go slow’ on design-build

Connecticut DOT will go slow on its new authorization to consolidate design and construction bids, its commissioner said.

CBIA: Gov. to introduce energy plan

At a CBIA conference on Oct. 5, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to detail elements of an energy plan he is readying for Connecticut.