As traditional hospital maternity wards in some rural areas are closing, free-standing birth centers can operate in CT starting in 2024.
A Connecticut College professor said typically the Dean of Faculty serves as interim president, but that’s not what’s happening.
CT health officials are questioning a hospital association report that showed 2022 was the worst fiscal year for hospitals in the state.
Faculty, including sociology professor Afshan Jafar, accuse Bergeron of bullying behavior towards faculty and staff.
Under the proposal, the state would leverage its existing 1% food and beverage tax that generated more than $90 million last year for the state’s general fund.
Attorney General William Tong said the CT Port Authority was within its rights when it hired a harbor management company for State Pier.
Sen. Cathy Osten, D-Sprague, and Rep. Christine Conley, D-Groton, are introducing two bills to curb spending at the Port Authority.
Through the technology, 911 callers can start a video call with police and can send dispatchers pictures, video and audio.
The Department of Energy is reviewing how to re-site nuclear waste in willing towns and cities while a national storage location is found.
The task force was set up after a major spill of PFAS chemicals at Bradley International Airport in June 2019.
Connecticut received three grants totaling $1.3 million to expand over a dozen natural coastal hardening and living shoreline projects.
The new contract takes immediate effect and includes a reduction in health insurance premiums and eliminates mandatory overtime.
The Board of Education unanimously decided on Tuesday to allow the pride flags back into schools after some parents complained about the flag being political, and against district policy.
The State Pier project in New London has run into more issues clearing underwater obstructions that could delay its transformation into a hub for the offshore wind industry.