New Haven’s mayor is “exploring” a vaccination mandate for city employees, and is encouraging residents to wear masks indoors.
Teachers unions in the region say wearing masks indoors will help students and staff return safely to in-person learning this fall. With rising COVID-19 cases, the CDC this week adjusted its guidance, and now recommends universal mask-wearing in schools. The Connecticut Education Association‘s Kate Dias said the teachers union expects the state to ensure school districts […]
It’s not just about the cars. It’s about the stories. And they’re all on display on Wednesday nights in Windsor.
Eighty-seven percent of Connecticut’s nursing home population has been vaccinated, while 70% percent of the workforce has been immunized.
Healthcare advocates hope CT will dedicate all of its settlement with opioid manufacturers to fight addiction.
Complaints filed in Connecticut and 14 other states are elements of a decade-long fight over whether ALEC deserves tax-exempt status.
Whether their jobs required it or because family members encouraged them, about a dozen holdouts decided to get vaccinated Monday.
You may be hearing a lot about community land trusts right now. They’ve become a popular answer to the question “How will we prevent displacement?” or “How do we keep housing permanently affordable?” But what are community land trusts, and how do they work? This page will give you a quick introduction to the topic, […]
As the COVID Delta variant spreads, many private employers, and some public, are moving from vaccine incentives to mandates.
Tweed New Haven Airport could be poised for a comeback, but the airport is also facing new financial risks.
Living shorelines are becoming more common in Connecticut as erosion from storms and sea level rise threatens coastlines.
Just under two years ago, I wrote an editorial about the serious problem, spotted by some of my constituents, of sodium increasingly being found in home well water systems. Now there are more.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s office is reviewing updated CDC guidance for mask-wearing in K-12 schools before taking an “official stance.”
A $2.3 billion fiscal cushion in the new state budget might be fatter by hundreds of millions of dollars.
These days “getting there” doesn’t just mean moving yourself from point A to B, but the logistics of moving stuff from dozens of locations to your doorstep. And nobody does that better than Amazon.