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Former Norwalk Mayor Bill Collins dies at 87

Outside of politics, Collins founded Minuteman Media.

The conscience of a conservative: David Brooks recalls how he found...

Brooks described himself as “temperamentally conservative.”

New PAC launched to back Connecticut GOP candidates for statewide office

The PAC cannot participate in this year's race for Sen. Blumenthal's seat.

Julie Belaga, Westport legislator and 1986 GOP candidate for governor, dies...

The first female GOP candidate for governor has died at 91.

Poll: Lamont is most popular Democratic governor in the U.S.

New York’s Kathy Hochul (D), who replaced Andrew Cuomo in August, placed 46th.

Lamont backs away from climate change initiative, highway tolls

“We have more tax revenue coming in so that’s strengthening our transportation fund in a way no one could have anticipated,” the governor said of his decision not to revisit electronic highway tolls for all vehicles.

Stamford mayor-elect names 10 policy advisory committee members ahead of inauguration

Serving on Caroline Simmons' Infrastructure & Environmental Resiliency Committee is Republican Mike Fedele, former lieutenant governor under M. Jodi Rell.

Lamont makes re-election run official

"I love the job," the governor said. "I'm ready to go."

3rd party SAM touts first-ever electoral victory with Newtowner’s win

"All of this is possible by the 2018 independent run of Oz Griebel and Monte Frank – securing the party ballot line for SAM in CT," according to the Serve America Movement.

UPDATED Election results: Latimer cruises in Westchester, Simmons tops Valentine in...

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.

Getting out the vote: Stamford, Norwalk among county’s fiercest competitions

How local business communities might develop in a post-pandemic world are top of mind for candidates in 20 races for mayor and first selectman.

CNN’s Acosta recalls tumultuous relationship with Trump in Fairfield U. lecture

Acosta accused portions of the population of crawling into "disinformation pods."

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.

General Assembly meets today to consider extending Lamont’s emergency powers

The governor argues that the extension would provide the state with "the flexibility to make rapid adjustments for which the legislative process is not well suited."

State Rep. Simmons defeats incumbent Stamford Mayor Martin in Democratic primary

In addition, Democrat Julia Pemberton defeated a challenger in her bid to remain first selectman of Redding.