State officials overseeing West Haven’s finances are now questioning whether they should increase their oversight.
Kosta Diamantis convinced lawmakers in 2019 to OK a hybrid school construction model that would allow management firms to “self-perform” work
Hartford and Farmington now have to come up with millions of dollars in school building costs they expected the state to cover.
Former state Rep. Michael DiMassa’s wife was one of two people arrested Friday as part of a widening investigation into corruption.
Officials in both municipalities said they received orders to reject the winning bids for demolition and cleanup for three different schools.
An attorney for a Stamford construction company warned that CT school construction contracts were being improperly awarded.
Anastasia Diamantis, daughter of Kosta Diamantis, has been placed on administrative leave from her job at the Division of Criminal Justice.
A firm at the center of a grand jury probe got two no-bid contracts during the period of time when it hired the daughter of Kosta Diamantis.
The Criminal Justice Commission was prepared to vote Wednesday to open a case against Colangelo in which formal charges could be presented.
Lamont proposed a slew of new initiatives, including a task force to work with neighboring states to track down the source of illegal weapons.
Gov. Ned Lamont on Thursday said Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. would “be gone” if the governor had the power to fire him.
West Haven Mayor Nancy Rossi said payments of more than $182,000 to two women — one of whom Michael DiMassa married — are ‘fraud’
The Connecticut Treasurer’s office is making it easier for people to find and reclaim millions of dollars in unclaimed financial assets.
GOP Sen. Kevin Kelly says lawmakers need to exert their authority and serve as a check on Gov. Ned Lamont.
Officials trumpeted how quickly they readied COVID testing in 2020. Now local leaders are asking how omicron caught them unprepared.