New Hampshire Primary
Updated 8 p.m. ET: Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have both won convincing victories in New Hampshire's presidential primary, according to projections by The Associated Press.The early, definitive wins by Sanders and Trump are a departure from last week's Iowa caucuses, which were decided on the Democratic side by the smallest of margins and late into the night.Trump has dominated the Republican race for months, but time after time politicians and political observers have questioned whether...
When the city of Hartford needed land for its $350 million stadium and downtown development project, it couldn’t come to an agreement with a certain property owner on a price. So the city took some of the land it wanted by force, and decided to pay $1.9 million for it -- an amount its owner said was "wholly inadequate." Now, the matter is in court, and the two sides are in front of a judge arguing over how much the city should actually pay.
Governor Dannel Malloy’s transportation goals for the state include a plan to widen the entire length of I-95 in Connecticut. The state’s transportation commissioner said on WNPR Friday that the widening plan is actually tied to congestion pricing to discourage highway use.
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