Cities need ‘a better deal’ as Connecticut digs out of pandemic slump

People wait for the bus on Park Street in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford. The top 1% of the families in Connecticut make 37.2 times more than the bottom 99%, according to the Economic Policy Institute. Street scenes from Frog Hollow and Westport, two of the poorest and richest neighborhoods in Connecticut, show the economic disparity.  |   photo by: Yehyun Kim ::