As one of six regional hubs across CT’s network of at-home child care providers, Hartford is expected to support about 400 providers.
A veteran from New Haven claimed in a federal lawsuit that racial bias kept him from receiving education, housing and disability benefits.
Derby’s mayor dismissed news that alder Gino DiGiovanni Jr. entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, but a nonpartisan group called it problematic.
A CT jury will decide how much conspiracy theorist Alex Jones should pay relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
As a trial began in Texas over InfoWars host Alex Jones’ false claims related to Sandy Hook, a CT judge held a hearing a similar case here.
Alex Jones’ attorneys say talk of right-wing extremism is irrelevant to how much Jones should pay in damages to Sandy Hook families.
Attorneys for InfoWars host Alex Jones say he’ll sit for a deposition in a defamation lawsuit filed against him by families of victims killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday again failed to appear at a deposition in a lawsuit filed against him four years ago.
Families of victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting say they have reached a settlement with Remington Arms.
A Connecticut mother and daughter have pleaded guilty to parading or demonstrating in a Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021.
Teachers favored returning after April break when they will all be vaccinated.
It’s a move no other school in NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision, the top division of competition in collegiate football, has made.
Nursing home executives said increased testing, a 1,200-bed alternative recovery center, and more PPE are needed for second COVID wave.
Whether students return to the classroom this fall depends on the course of the virus, which inched up Thursday.
While customers are welcoming the re-opening with open arms — and wallets — tribes are facing criticism from the state.