A 13,500-square-foot home on 50 acres of waterfront property in Greenwich, Connecticut, has sold for just shy of $139 million, Sotheby's International Realty said Thursday.
The National Transportation Safety Board said a former Obama-era official on a business jet was fatally injured after the aircraft "abruptly pitched up."
National Transportation Safety Board said "trim issues" may have led to deadly turbulence on a jet that resulted in the death of a passenger. The plane was experiencing stability issues.
A small business owner in Connecticut is closing his family-oriented Italian restaurant after 11 years in business amid rising inflation and labor shortages. Mark Zommer spoke on "Fox & Friends."
Yale University graduate teachers and researchers voted to unionize. The Yale faculty members have been attempting to unionize for over a decade, dating back to the 1990s.
Hartford Connecticut's XL Center has pushed its opening date back to spring after expecting to open on time for this year's NFL season, due to construction supply chain issues.
Connecticut plans to increase their taxes on diesel by 9 cents. The upcoming change will be made on July 1st. It will increase from 40.1 cents per gallon to 49.2 cents per gallon.
With plenty of parks, historical sites and public transportation, this city is a popular destination for New Yorkers hoping to escape the big city.
A federal judge should reject a sweeping settlement to thousands of lawsuits against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, a group of states said at a hearing Tuesday, arguing that the protections it extends to members of the Sackler family who own the firm are improper.
One of the men who co-founded the Subway sandwich chain has died.
Two Connecticut men have been accused of allowing federal food aid recipients to redeem their benefits for cash and other ineligible items at a convenience store while charging them a nearly 50% premium for the transactions.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, D, says he might need call up the National Guard to replace state workers he is laying off for being unvaccinated against COVID-19.
Connecticut announced that it will be sending one-time $1,000 checks to unemployed residents who find a job as businesses across the state and country struggle to fill open positions.