The bills aimed to address affordability amid rising housing costs, but as the legislature nears adjournment, their fate is uncertain.
The fee increases total about $600 for students on the Storrs campus. Some are mandatory, and some are for housing and dining.
Dr. John Maduko will start in his new position as president of the Connecticut State Community College on June 3.
A controversial decision not to open a mental health center has led to a formal complaint, a board resignation and a state investigation.
A bill that would ban the practice of gifting cannabis in commercial settings is now headed to the CT Senate.
Western Council of Government officials say the plan looks at ways to increase affordable housing outside of only focusing on zoning.
A new report looks at statewide financial instability for families with children in Connecticut, which experts say has gotten worse.
The bill would require local school districts to develop at least 18 hours of professional development for paraeducators.
The study examines zoning and land use policy and says the 12 towns have significant impediments to developing affordable housing.
Connecticut pulled UniteCT applications that weren’t completed by March 31. The numbers highlight the need for more help.
The Attorney General’s Office has approved the proposed change. Now, it’s up for discussion in a legislative committee.
A bill would ban evictions without cause in many settings and would extend requirements that rent increases be fair and equitable.
Bills concerning the records of cemetery associations, public comment periods and remote meetings are on their way through the legislature.
Ending decades of court oversight, a judge concludes Connecticut once again can be entrusted with the care of its most vulnerable children.
After the state stopped accepting new applications for rental assistance, eviction filings in Connecticut have risen.