Residents use computers at the UConn Library at the Hartford Public Library’s downtown branch before the pandemic. Public access to the computers has been interrupted at this library and others during the pandemic. Residents use computers at the UConn Library at the Hartford Public Library’s downtown branch before the pandemic. Public access to the computers […]
The 4.1% rate is the state’s highest one-day number since early June. The new seven-day rolling average is 2.5%.
Streicker’s ability to self-fund her campaign has prompted DeLauro’s allies to come to the aid of the lawmaker.
Hundreds of Connecticut workers filed COVID-related workplace safety complaints. But only two facilities have been fined.
For those responsible for assuring prospering town centers across Connecticut, the coronavirus-altered landscape requires not only revised messaging but a reinvigorated message. That’s because those receiving that communication will be seeing it through a vastly altered prism.
Although there are plenty of question yet to be answered, it seems to me that the math is clear: in order to do a better job preparing for and coping with adverse events like storms, Eversource will need to charge us more for electricity.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), an organization where corporate lobbyists and legislators co-write model bills, works in direct opposition to the accountability ideal as it strives to protect corporations from COVID-19 related lawsuits.
On this episode: How state restaurants have stayed alive, and how they are planning for an uncertain future.