The governor’s new transportation plan will be revealed soon, but not this week.
Although no U.S. forces were killed in the raid that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a military working dog suffered injuries in the line of duty.
The furor over a natural gas power plant in Killingly has expanded into a statewide cause célèbre over climate change. And the governor is right in the middle of it.
It’s taking longer than anyone expected for the state to reach a deal with hospitals. Here’s why.
If you’ve been reading the recent opinion pieces around the state, you will have noticed the dyspeptic arguments against living here. It’s been a seemingly endless flow of discontent and I’m tired of rolling my eyes so often. So in spite of the obvious risk of being called naive and reductive, I’d like to offer one millennial’s thoughts on staying in Connecticut.
If parents want that better life for their child, they will need to assume ownership for the environment that will provide the better life. Parents can not pass the responsibility to others such as clergy and teachers to serve as a proxy for their responsibilities.