Hagen will be based in Washington, D.C. and will produce stories that examine the impact of federal policy on Connecticut.
At 2022 New England Newspaper & Press Association awards, CT Mirror took home 12 first-, second- and third-place prizes plus the ‘Yankee Quill’ award for Tom Condon’s career-long excellence in reporting.
The Institute for Citizens & Scholars has announced its fifth class of journalists named to the Higher Education Media Fellowship, including CT Mirror’s Erica Phillips.
CT Public and CT Mirror will jointly hire a Federal Policy reporter to fill a significant gap in the state’s journalism landscape. This position is made possible by a gift from the Robert and Margaret Patricelli Family Foundation and Engage CT.
A diverse group of twelve people has been selected from more than 100 applicants as the members of CT Mirror’s inaugural Community Editorial Board.
The Connecticut Mirror has begun a phased launch of a new www.CTMirror.org website to offer our readers a more satisfying experience.
Our 2021 Annual Report highlights milestones, innovations, and impact in 2021, and lays out CT Mirror goals for 2022. The six-page infographic will take just a minute or two to read and will enable you to enjoy a sense of satisfaction in what we, together, accomplished this year.
Communications leader Mercy Quaye, Columbia J-School graduate Katy Golvala to join growing CT Mirror newsroom this month.
Andrew Brown will join CT Mirror as an Investigative Reporter on July 12. Erica Phillips will be our first-ever Economic Development Reporter starting on August 16.
CT mirror won a first-place award for its coverage of the COVID pandemic, and reporters took seven other first-place awards.
Overall, we think the more contemporary design better reflects the quality of the watchdog journalism you have come to expect from The Connecticut Mirror.