Brennan-Rogers provides a look at a teacher collaboration experiment that is showing early promise ––and a case study for urban districts across the country looking for the best way to use extra time in school.
In a new television commercial, John P. McKinney hits his Republican rival, Tom Foley, for suggesting in an ad that McKinney supported tax and other policies of the Democrat both are trying to unseat, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie jumped into Connecticut’s Republican primary for governor Monday, endorsing Tom Foley over John P. McKinney with a promise to devote his time and the GOP’s money to unseat Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
WASHINGTON – Bridgeport is exploring whether it has the facilities that would meet federal requirements to host some of the Central American migrant children who are in overcrowded federal holding centers along the borders, a city spokesman said.
Sen. Andrew Maynard, D-Stonington, was in serious condition Monday at a trauma center in Rhode Island after an early morning fall on the steps outside his home, but Senate leaders said his family has declined to release details on the incident or the extent of his injuries. Continue Reading →
Lawmakers will wrestle with responses to the ongoing border crisis and escalation of Ukraine tensions following the downing of a Malaysian commercial airliner, while also trying to complete work on a highway bill and a Department of Veterans Affairs reform bill before August recess. Continue Reading →
Gubernatorial hopeful Joe Visconti concedes he doesn’t have a complete blueprint to close the state budget deficit. But the West Hartford Republican, who brings his budget books with him on the campaign trail, insists he will have one before his rivals do. Continue Reading →
Gov. Dannel Malloy on Friday firmly shut the door on the possibility the state would be able to help the federal government find temporary homes for some of a flood of immigrant children from Central America. But that does not mean others in Connecticut are not ready to help. Continue Reading →
The University of Connecticut has agreed to pay more than $1.1 million in total to five current and former students to settle a lawsuit over the university’s handling of sexual assault allegations. Continue Reading →
WASHINGTON – The overwhelming approval this week of House bill that would replenish a federal road-building fund faded hopes Congress will come to the aide of the long-term unemployed in Connecticut, and across the nation. Continue Reading →
WNPR reported Thursday that John P. McKinney's campaign for governor edited audio and video of Tom Foley in a misleading way for use in a television commercial. The McKinney campaign says the changes did not alter Foley's position. Continue Reading →
The chairman of the Connecticut legislature’s Black and Puerto Rican Caucus on Thursday urged Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to reconsider a decision not to allow undocumented migrant children from Central America to be housed at Southbury Training School. Continue Reading →