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Groundbreaking on Stamford Transportation Center; Lamont predicts PMI to take over...

The governor is predicting that an announcement from Philip Morris International could come as soon as mid-week.

Ohio manufacturing company coming to Shelton, looking to hire up to...

Construction of its facility at 57 Waterview Drive is expected to be complete by the fourth quarter of 2022.

Small and minority-owned businesses asked to participate in program designed to...

“This step forward will help eliminate barriers, unnecessary paperwork, and confusion," said Connecticut Department of Administrative Services Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer Josh Geballe, "and ultimately create more opportunities for Connecticut’s businesses."

Shelton elderly housing complex receiving $1.5M for upgrades

Sinsabaugh Heights offers housing for low income older adults ages 62+, or individuals who are certified disabled by Social Security Administration or other federal agency.

More suspensions for state, Nuvance employees over Covid noncompliance

According to Gov. Ned Lamont, the compliance rate among state workers now stands at about 99%.

12 state employees axed for non-compliance with Covid mandate

All 12 of the employees were still in their six-month probationary period, which allowed for their immediate dismissal.

Stamford Chamber’s annual meeting features upbeat forecast from Lamont, victory lap...

Outgoing Mayor David Martin said he couldn't imagine how either of his successors -- State Rep. Caroline Simmons or Bobby Valentine -- could “mess this up."

Lamont takes wait-and-see approach as more state workers comply with vax...

about 96% of executive branch employees are now fully vaccinated or will submit to weekly testing, up from 93% on Tuesday.

2,200 state workers could be dismissed today for non-compliance with vax...

"Some of those are inadvertent and we treat them with leniency. Some of those are defiant, just won’t do it, and they’ve gotta go home," Gov. Ned Lamont said.

Tentative agreement will see Eversource pay back millions to customers affected...

If approved, the deal would direct $65 million in Eversource funds to be immediately returned to customers in the form of two credits on their December and January bills.

National Guard could temporarily fill positions of non-vaccinated state workers

As of yesterday afternoon, more than 20,000 (63%) state workers have indicated they are fully vaccinated.

Sports betting begins at Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun

Online betting, or iGaming, could be available in early October.

Nearly $10.5 million in fed funding coming to CT’s dairy, aquaculture...

“These strategic investments in agriculture are in great need for farmers to continue operating and providing safe, affordable, and healthy foods to residents,” said the executive director of the Connecticut Farm Bureau Association.  

Lamont extends previously issued Covid executive orders through Feb. 15

"I’m just asking people to be cautious just a little bit longer until we can get this behind us," the governor said in reference to the lingering Covid-19 situation.

State Senate approves extension of Lamont’s emergency powers, which now will...

The latest move would allow Ned Lamont to exercise his emergency powers through Feb. 15, 2022, when the next regular legislative session begins.