Slavery existed in Connecticut until 1848 – only 17 years before the last enslaved Americans learned of their freedom, as commemorated by Juneteenth.
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Amazon distribution center developer purchases land from Waterbury
The Pennsylvania-based developer will now begin determining if it can actually build on the land, which is in Naugatuck and Waterbury.
CT residents and delegation respond to Russian invasion in Ukraine
Ukrainian Americans living in Connecticut are anxiously watching after the Russian military invaded Ukraine early Thursday.
Lawmakers mull bill requiring supermarkets to donate excess edible food
A bipartisan group of CT lawmakers is co-sponsoring a bill that would require supermarkets to donate unsold food that’s still edible.
DOC unions concerned about staff shortages in prisons
Unions representing prison workers warn that the corrections system as a whole is short about 400 officers.
How one Waterbury pastor is making a faith-based case for getting the vaccine
Connecticut ranks fifth in the percentage of the population with vaccinations. Still, racial disparities in the rollout remain.
How people with disabilities are accessing the coronavirus vaccine
Many in the disability community are left to navigate the process on their own.
Postal union: Sorting equipment dismantled in CT remains in pieces despite hold on service cuts
Two sorting machines in Wallingford facility have been dismantled. Each handles 35,000 pieces of mail.