On the second day of the hearing, Killingly’s superintendent was grilled on what the board of education has done for student mental health.
CT had the fourth-highest increase of house prices in the country. A housing market with low inventory is likely playing a role, experts say.
A new report found problems with the ways several state agencies responded to reports of an assault at a CT group home.
A state hearing to determine whether the Killingly Board of Education is providing enough mental health resources to students has begun.
The ‘All In’ chapters in several New Haven County towns are promoting civic engagement and local government as a catalyst for change.
The election results come in the wake of months of controversy in the town over a school-based mental health care center.
Democrats flipped seats in two CT cities and retained open seats in two more, while Republicans claimed wins in Milford and Wallingford.
Debate over displaying a book that teaches children about pronouns at the Kent Memorial Library is affecting Suffield’s municipal elections.
The CT governor called affordable housing work “the most important thing we do” at a conference on Thursday.
The city of New Haven says they didn’t go through the proper process to build the six houses and has sent a cease and desist letter.
A review of events leading up to the 2-year-old’s homicide found that officials didn’t follow proper procedures or have complete information.
Family homelessness used to be rare, and CT programs that serve this population were able to get them in new housing quickly. That’s changed.
A new report examined the affordable housing plans in the New London County towns. It found positive points and room for improvement.
The Bridge Family Center in Harwinton has been accused of physical and sexual abuse and insufficient care. CT lawmakers are seeking answers.
The state Department of Housing is dividing up $5 million for cold weather funding between Connecticut’s regional service provider networks.