Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be meeting with the state's utility companies to discuss preparations for the upcoming hurricane season, which begins in mid-August.
While businesses pledge cash and goods for the storm recovery, one aid agency in Westchester says corporate monetary donations have been less than expected.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved a federal disaster declaration for Connecticut’s four coastal counties.
A fuller picture emerged on Tuesday, Oct. 30 of the damage to homes and businesses in Fairfield County.
Employers faced ongoing uncertainty the day after Hurricane Sandy, with blocked roads impeding commutes and some school systems instituting extensive delays.
Indian Point's unit 3 nuclear power plant shut down automatically Monday, Oct. 29 at 10:41 p.m. due to an electrical grid disturbance.
Property and casualty insurers are well positioned to absorb losses from Hurricane Sandy, according to A.M. Best Co.
The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq remained closed Tuesday following Hurricane Sandy.
About 14,000 Connecticut Light & Power Co. customers in Fairfield County were without power Monday afternoon as Hurricane Sandy approached.
Dominion reportedly powered down a reactor at its Millstone Nuclear Power Station partially as Hurricane Sandy approached.
As Hurricane Sandy bears down on Westchester, many municipalities are declaring state of emergencies, evacuations or simply closing offices.
In a stunning development, the U.S. Coast Guard reported the sinking of the tall ship HMS Bounty.
Hurricane Sandy could produce an 11-foot storm surge in the Long Island Sound, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned Monday morning.
Meteorologists warned Hurricane Sandy could be the most destructive since the Long Island Express of 1938.
Years after the failure of his debut Datto 500 device, Austin McChord’s company cracked the top 50 on the Inc. 500.