Sandy’s $283M wallop and the insurance counterpunch.
At least $367 million in federal assistance has been approved to help Connecticut residents, businesses and towns still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, with tens of millions more thought to be on the way.
Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut Light and Power Co. should be penalized in its recent request for a rate increase to recover storm-related costs from the last two year's five major storms.
An early morning storm that blew through Connecticut with winds of more than 60 mph has left thousands of residents without electricity.
While businesses pledge cash and goods for the storm recovery, one aid agency in Westchester says corporate monetary donations have been less than expected.
Hurricane Sandy could produce an 11-foot storm surge in the Long Island Sound, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned Monday morning.
Connecticut’s utilities gave a chilly reception to a proposal to force them to replace customers’ spoiled food following power outages.
Frontier spent $18 million recovering from freak summer storms that caused widespread damage in its territories.
A year after Tropical Storm Irene, many small businesses still lack adequate systems to back up and access information.
Officials across Fairfield County and Connecticut warned residents and businesses to expect sustained power outages.