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Samantha Power: U.S. political divisions mirror ’90s Yugoslavia strife

Power spoke in a Zoom lecture hosted by Rye's Jay Heritage Center.

Republican state Rep. J.P. Sredzinski suddenly resigns ‘for many reasons’

Sredzinski -- whose district includes Monroe and Newtown -- was a member of the Legislature’s Public Safety, Human Services and Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committees, and served as a House Republican Whip.

State Rep. Caroline Simmons challenging fellow Dem David Martin for Stamford...

"I'm not doing this to advance my political career,” the incumbent Martin said about running for a third term. “I'm doing this because I love this.”

CT on track for robust recovery? UConn professor says think again

Covid-forced shutdowns and political differences at the federal level remain the great unknowns.

Lamont extends Covid emergency to April 20; GOP objects

The extension keeps in place a 9:30 p.m. curfew for businesses, with restaurants still restricted to 50% indoor capacity.

Mastercard joins growing chorus of disapproval over GOP attempts to overturn...

Meanwhile, security is being beefed up around Albany and Hartford in the wake of FBI warnings that more potentially violent protests are in the making in all 50 states.

Cuomo asks NY federal officials to join his call for Trump...

"You saw this nation look like a joke internationally. Put your politics aside and do what any reasonable American would do.”

Business leaders, CT politicians condemn Trump and insurrection at Capitol

“The terrorists, traitors and enablers who instigated, aided, and abetted this coup -- including those in Congress -- must be held accountable and never walk these halls of democracy again," said Connecticut Attorney General William Tong.

Joe Cavo to be sworn in as new Danbury mayor tomorrow...

“I have been at the decision-making table for numerous initiatives, and feel prepared to take on this role, representing all members of our community," the incoming mayor says.

Danbury Mayor Boughton named state DRS commissioner; Delivers farewell address

Mark Boughton, who is in the midst of his record 10th term as the city’s mayor, will begin his new job on Dec. 18.

Covid, China and Biden dominate this year’s Greenwich Economic Forum

Covid, China and the new commander-in-chief were the main topics at the third annual Greenwich Economic Forum, held virtually Nov. 9-11.

CT revenue collections improve; State GOP wants to discuss budget now

Revenue estimates in the current fiscal year have improved by $326 million from October’s estimate, and by $875 million and $704 million in each year of the next biennium from the April forecast.

ELECTION LATEST: Biden declared winner; Trump remains defiant

Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the presidency and will take the oath of office as the nation's 46th commander-in-chief on Jan. 20. Biden...

Lamont: Tolls off the legislative table next year

Democrats have added seven seats to their state House majority and two to their Senate plurality, with those figures now standing at 98-53 and 24-12, respectively.

‘We are prepared’: Secretary of State Merrill says as Covid, cyberattacks...

“I never imagined that a sitting president would question our elections,” Secretary of the State Denise Merrill tells the Business Journal.