Receivers Winston Jules and Jayce Medlock join the Huskies’ 2019 recruiting class.
by: Emilie Munson — Connecticut Post 22h
Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of profiles of candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives from Connecticut's 5th Congressional District At an Elks Lodge in Middletown, Manny Santos stood at a small podium and preached to his base. "We.
by: Dan Freedman — Connecticut Post 16 Jun
WASHINGTON - With the state's financial picture shaky at best, growing Submarine production in Groton is an economic bright star - pumping an estimated $86 billion into Connecticut's economy between now and 2034. The shipyard of Electric Boat - a General.
by: Emilie Munson — Connecticut Post 15 Jun
An election complaint alleging David Stemerman's campaign violated the law by using out-of-state petition circulators was filed Friday with the State Election Enforcement Commission against the Republican gubernatorial candidate. Newington town attorney..
by: Daniel Connolly — SB Nation: The UConn Blog 15 Jun
The Huskies add an in-state player to their class of 2019.
by: Brian Lockhart — Connecticut Post 15 Jun
BRIDGEPORT - A trio of local candidates - one a four-term incumbent fighting for his seat - will learn over the next few days whether they collected enough signatures to force primaries in state legislative races. Aaron Turner, retiring state Sen. Ed...
by: Emilie Munson — Connecticut Post 14 Jun
John Shaban, a Republican candidate for attorney general, withdrew his application for public campaign financing Wednesday. "We're going to run an old-fashioned campaign without taxpayer dollars now," Shaban said. A former state representative from...
by: Ken Dixon — Connecticut Post 12 Jun
Bridgeport's harbor and nearby airport in Stratford would be upgraded under a transit-infrastructure proposal by Republican gubernatorial hopeful David Stemerman of Greenwich. Stemerman, who closed a multi-billion-dollar hedge fund to seek the governor's.
by: Kaitlyn Krasselt — Connecticut Post 12 Jun
NEW HAVEN - They called it a debate, but there was little dissent among the four Republican candidates for governor who took the stage in New Haven Monday Night. The candidates agreed across the board: Connecticut has a serious financial problem starting.
by: Ken Dixon — Connecticut Post 10 Jun
I didn't go to the "job interviews" the other night to watch four privileged guys in power ties pretend they have rich inner lives. Spare me from Tim Herbst, the Republican wrecking ball, getting touchy-and-feely about bringing all-day kindergarten to...
by: Kaitlyn Krasselt — Connecticut Post 9 Jun
No one speaks for Eva Bermudez Zimmerman. When she felt support for her renegade candidacy slipping at the state Democratic Convention last month, she said so. Historically, candidates don't say they're losing ground unless it's really bad. So, one of...
by: Christina Hennessy — Connecticut Post 7 Jun
The Irish may call it a session, but it also could be called a jam. Musicians are encouraged to come together to play some Irish tunes as part of the P.V. O'Donnell Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann get-together this week. Loretta Egan Murphy, a concertina and.
by: Ken Dixon — Connecticut Post 6 Jun
"Connecticut deserves a leader who will fix the broken criminal justice system that threatens the safety and security of our families and communities," says Tim Herbst, the former Trumbull first selectman, who is seeking the Republican gubernatorial...