Dear Friend,

As you have probably noticed, we have redesigned and upgraded our web site to enhance your experience as a reader. Please look around.

We hope you like it, but realize the new format might take a few days of getting used to. We think you’ll soon see, however, that information on our new site is better organized in several ways:

  • Our in-depth stories, projects on big issues of long-lasting importance, will be more accessible — and for longer — from our home page,
  • Reader opinion and commentaries, previously presented on a separate web site, CTViewpoints, will be easier to find and integrated into the main flow of the news, and
  • Reader comments on individual stories, frequently attacked by unwanted bots and trolls, will be better managed and moderated with a new system.

Overall, we think the more contemporary design better reflects the quality of the watchdog journalism you have come to expect from The Connecticut Mirror.

As with any new web site, of course, even after extensive testing, there will be bugs to correct.  There always are.  If you notice something that doesn’t seem quite right, please email your observations to

Thank you, as always, for your support and appreciation of CT Mirror’s critical role in our state’s democracy.

Bruce Putterman, Publisher

Elizabeth Hamilton, Executive Editor

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Bruce PuttermanCEO / Publisher

Bruce is CEO and Publisher of The Connecticut Mirror. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the organization, revenue generation, product innovation, reader engagement, and all business operations. He has a Bachelor of Arts in History and an M.B.A. in Marketing from Cornell University.

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Elizabeth HamiltonExecutive Editor

Elizabeth Hamilton joined CT Mirror as Executive Editor in 2018. She is a 20-year veteran of Connecticut newsrooms, including more than a decade at The Hartford Courant where she was Reporter of the Year in 2000 and where she won the newspaper’s prestigious Theodore Driscoll Investigative Award for a series of stories about deaths in group homes for the developmentally disabled. Elizabeth has a degree in history from the University of Connecticut and an MFA from Southern Connecticut State University, where she also teaches writing as an adjunct professor.