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  • Rocky Hill Gets Disappointing News On School Reimbursement Rates

    ROCKY HILL — Town educators who were looking for the state to assume the lion's share of the cost of a new intermediate school received disappointing news from Hartford this week.
  • State Budget Finalized; $178M In Proposed Tax Increases Rescinded

    State Budget Finalized; $178M In Proposed Tax Increases Rescinded
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed legislation Tuesday that establishes a two-year, $40 billion state budget and rescinds $178 million of the nearly $1.5 billion in tax increases the legislature approved on June 3. The budget package generated...

    Senate OKs Budget Changes; House Approves Early Tuesday Morning

    Senate OKs Budget Changes; House Approves Early Tuesday Morning
    HARTFORD — After a month of complaints from major corporations, the state Senate narrowly approved a budget implementation bill late Monday night that pulls back some proposed business tax increases and funnels an additional $30 million to cash-...

    Newington Officials: Transit Bill Will Be Revived At Special Session

    NEWINGTON — The legislative session ended Wednesday without action on a locally controversial bill to create a semi-public authority to guide redevelopment around transit stations. But town Economic Development Director Andy Brecher said Thursday...

    Senate, House Approve $40 Billion Budget; Gov Set To Sign It

    Senate, House Approve $40 Billion Budget; Gov Set To Sign It
    HARTFORD — After more than five hours of debate, the Senate voted 19-17 on mostly party lines to approve the two-year, $40 billion budget that raises taxes on corporations, wealthy individuals and the middle class. Two fiscally conservative...