The sessions will take place at the Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St., Hamden, from 3-8 p.m. every Thursday, starting Feb. 2 and running through April 13.
Following a turbulent election season, some students are feeling anxious. Ron Insana, a contributor to Comcast NBCUniversal’s networks CNBC and MSNBC, came to Quinnipiac University on Nov. 16, to put them at ease.
The Community Can Donate a New, Unwrapped Toy at a United Bank Branch through Dec. 13
Quinnipiac University President John L. Lahey will present North Haven First Selectman Michael Freda a check for $500,000 during a ceremony scheduled to take place at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3.
Last week, Connecticut's Department of Economic and Community Development released results of their First Five business incentive programs. The programs showed a gain of 3700 jobs and $2.2B per year in economic activity, at a cost to the state of...
For years Connecticut Republicans have called for policy changes to reduce business burdens. The less you tax a business, the more capital it will have to invest in growing services and jobs.
Senators Call for Public Hearing to Gather Insurer Feedback
OPINION: How did we get in such a bad place? Putting the state’s current financial crisis into perspective
Since being elected into office, I have witnessed the democratic majority, along with Governor Malloy, pass the two largest tax increases in our state’s history.
Congratulations to Thomas Bogen and Christina DeFalco, the 2016 NHSC scholarship recipients!
United Bank today announced that four local charities in North Haven received a generous donation of $1,250 each from the United Bank Foundation Connecticut during an event they hosted at their North Haven banking branch location.
Republican lawmakers in the Connecticut General Assembly today proposed a revised 2017 budget that closes the state’s projected $935.7 million deficit, restores funding to core social services, protects local town education funding, and implements long-term structural changes to the state...