Boston Public Schools are starting up on Monday with full remote learning
A judge has set a deadline of Friday for the sides in a legal dispute over tree cutting in a Massachusetts state forest to submit additional written comments on the case
Protesters are calling for Boston to rename Faneuil Hall, a marketplace building, because its namesake traded and owned slaves
Stamford police say a woman was killed and several other people were wounded when gunfire erupted in a crowded parking lot
A former star basketball star at Albertus Magnus College has been shot and killed in Hartford
Connecticut Congresswoman Jahana Hayes says she and all of her staff will be quarantining after one of her aides tested positive for the coronavirus
Rhode Island’s largest airport is hosting a popup drive-in movie in one of its parking lots as a thank you to the community
A section of Rhode Island’s second-longest bikeway will be closed for parts of next week as workers install new steel beams for a bridge that passes over the path
A man suspected of driving at a Connecticut police officer while fleeing a traffic stop has turned himself in
As the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night rocked the nation, Connecticut leaders remembered the trailblazing justice as a titan of American law and inspiration to millions.
The president of Providence College has announced that the school is moving to remote-only learning for at least two weeks after a surge of new confirmed coronavirus cases among students
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont is expressing concern about an increasing number of people testing positive for the coronavirus around the state
Eversource Energy is asking Connecticut lawmakers to authorize $700 million in borrowing to blunt the impact of losses from Tropical Storm Isaias, the COVID-19 pandemic and the rollback of a recent rate increase.