AAIS and Bestech got all but 15 of the 284 purchase orders issued by the state for hazardous waste disposal and demolition from 2017-2022.
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.
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 OPM Secretary affirmed a “close working relationship” with Gov. Ned Lamont while implicitly confirming a distant relationship with others.
Diamantis’ grievance targets Joshua Geballe and Paul Mounds, claiming ‘openly hostile, condescending and abusive treatment’ of Melissa McCaw.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of people dying in traffic crashes in Connecticut has surged and shows no signs of slowing.
A man on the state’s list of suppliers for masks and COVID tests once admitted to taking $1.8 million from his company’s pension fund.
Legislators had raised concerns that the owner of Vanderman Place in Willimantic hadn’t distributed raises to workers.
A nursing home operator is facing an investigation over allegations that raises that were supposed to go to employees were never distributed.
Officials trumpeted how quickly they readied COVID testing in 2020. Now local leaders are asking how omicron caught them unprepared.
The order goes into effect Saturday. Nursing homes will have COVID tests available on site.
The lawsuit pits the giants in a legal battle that could reshape the delivery of health care in the region.
Thursday’s guidance puts additional pressure on nursing homes as cases rise sharply and staffing issues persist, providers said.
“We have children who come to the emergency room with symptoms and are so sick they end up in ICU.”