Despite the long winter, Connecticut’s environmental agency says it expects to stock nearly 390,000 trout in time for the fishing season’s opening day.
A series of meetings are planned to update the public about Connecticut’s first bus rapid transit system scheduled to begin operations early next year.
Connecticut labor officials say the state added 4,900 jobs in March, helping to restore the jobs lost in January due to extreme weather.
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Authorities say a man was killed in a drive-by shooting in Brockton.
General Electric is reporting lower net income than a year ago because last year’s results included the sale of NBC Universal. But the company said industrial divisions performed well and the economic environment was “positive.”
A forum is planned in Waterbury to discuss the heroin problem in central and northwestern Connecticut, including ways the federal government can help efforts to reduce drug trafficking.
A Bridgeport grocer has been charged with buying food stamps from customers and using the money to buy bulk merchandise.
Police say they found an unregistered assault rifle and three large-capacity magazines in the home of a Milford man accused of shooting a squirrel.
The Connecticut House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a $400 million tax credit exchange deal, reached by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration with the state’s largest private employer, United Technologies Corp.
Connecticut’s health insurance exchange says it enrolled 208,301 individuals in health plans during the first open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act, more than double the original goal of 100,000.
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A push to end homelessness among Connecticut veterans by 2015 is generating renewed interest in the state’s Veterans Home in Rocky Hill.
Mayor Martin Walsh will host a regional summit on gun trafficking, featuring a round table discussion on gun violence.
Millions are making their way into Boston for the Marathon on Monday and the Boston Police Department will be increasing their presence to keep you safe.
The Holyoke Medical Center lock down has been lifted and people can come and go as usual.
It’s the weekend leading into the Boston Marathon. For all those planning on visiting the city this weekend or for the marathon on Monday, there are some new policies for spectators.
22News visited the “Watertown Strong” blood drive Saturday in honor of Officer Dic Donohue, who was shot during intense gunfire with the accused marathon bombing suspects just one year ago. It is because of generous blood donations that Officer Donohue is still alive today.
After last year’s marathon bombing, one western Massachusetts lawmaker wanted to do his part to help victims.
A woman has pleaded guilty to setting fire to a Stamford home that belonged to her ex-boyfriend’s mother.