In-depth journalism.
In your home state.
In your inbox.

Sign up for CT Mirror's free daily briefings.

Success! You're on the list.
Posted inNews

Occupy Hartford gets the boot

Occupy Hartford becomes the latest of the Occupy movements to face eviction, following Mayor Pedro Segarra’s memo this morning asking the small group, which has been camping at “Turning Point Park” since early October, to leave. The fewer than 20 members who were living at the site at the corner of Broad Street and Asylum […]

Posted inNews

The other ‘1 percent’

Protests nationwide have been shining a spotlight on America’s wealthiest 1 percent, but state veterans’ affairs officials say a different 1 percent — the population of Americans who have been serving in Iraq and Afghanistan — are the ones who need the attention. President Obama’s June announcement that he is withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan […]

Posted inNews

12 arrested on I-84 on ramp in economic protest

The Hartford Police Department arrested 12 people blocking the I-84 on ramp Thursday afternoon who said they “occupied” it in protest against America’s crumbling economy and infrastructure. Hartford Police begin arresting the 12 protesters. The 12, who wore pink arm bands, volunteered to occupy the ramp, knowing they could be arrested. The mix of young […]

Posted inNews

Teachers say they should write their own professional standards

No one can evaluate a teacher’s performance in the classroom quite like another teacher, educators, union members and administrators testified at a public hearing Monday night. The Connecticut Education Association, the state’s largest teachers union, wants state legislators to remove the State Department of Education’s (SDE) authority to set professional standards for teachers. Rather, CEA […]

Posted inEnergy & Environment, Money, Politics

Malloy ‘disappointed’ & ‘underwhelmed’ by out-of-state support

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he felt “disappointed” and “underwhelmed” by the support coming from outside the state to restore power and called on the federal government to make sure Connecticut receives the help it needs. “We’ve been disappointed in the response from outside the region and the Department of Energy has been asked to […]

Posted inEducation

Three finalists named for SCSU president

Southern Connecticut State University announced three finalists for its president Tuesday afternoon. The three include Mary A. Papazian, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Lehman College in New York; Stanley F. Battle, SCSU’s interim president; and James McCarthy, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Baruch College in New York. […]