Roughly 100 people marched in Hartford Friday to show support for the rights of LGBTQ and people of color.
Sixty-four nursing home staffers spread across 37 facilities have recently contracted the coronavirus, according to new statistics released Friday.
The governor acknowledged pushback around his plan for all students to return to school in the fall.
CDC says its study estimates that 5% of state residents have been infected with the coronavirus.
Connecticut’s Latino and Black workers have borne the brunt of the pandemic and advocates say they’ll need long-term help.
CT Mirror education reporter Jacqueline Rabe Thomas discusses the breadth of the disparity faced by young English learners in Connecticut – and a potential path forward to begin narrowing these achievement gaps when school resumes. Date: Friday, June 26, 2020 English language learners make up a large and growing piece of our education system. The […]
Some $2 million in funding needed to deal with the problem has not been approved by the state Bond Commission.
“It was a desire to put my little grain of sand in, and help out,” Milca Rosario said.
The killing of George Floyd was unjust and must not be forgotten. George Floyd was unarmed. His unavoidable crime was something he could not control: the color of his skin. We must not let the countless people who have been killed because of their skin color die in vain.
It’s a rare news story nowadays that spawns mirth. But I had to laugh when I read that North Korea, in a fit of pique worthy of a terrible toddler, had blown up one of its buildings where failed peace talks with South Korea recently had taken place. Ka-Boom! Take that—and watch out or we’ll blow up another one of our buildings! Monty Python couldn’t improve on that.