The new bivalent COVID-19 vaccine is now available in Connecticut. Here’s a look at who is eligible and where you can get boosted
New London, like other Connecticut cities and towns, is deciding how to spend National Opioid Settlement money from pharmaceutical companies.
Connecticut residents can buy most clothing and shoes under $100 without paying sales tax for one week, for the second time in 2022.
McGee’s race was one of eight primaries for General Assembly nominations Tuesday.
Officials will proceed with the typical public meeting, albeit in a new location, despite William Tong’s ask for a more formal hearing.
CT Transit bus ridership is recovering to pre-pandemic levels, and free fares are believed to be a key reason why. But challenges persist.
The increased capacity on Metro-North comes even as ridership numbers are struggling to recover to pre-pandemic levels.
Gov. Ned Lamont made modernizing state government a priority. ReEmployCT, the new unemployment benefits and tax system, is part of that effort.
The declaration means CT will continue to receive an extra $34 million through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program every month.
Young people expressed dismay Friday at the erasure of the constitutional right to abortion, and fear for the future of this country.
The “Time to Own” program is funded with $20 million that was allocated for home buyer assistance by the State Bond Commission in December.
People should remain “humble” about what they know and don’t know about monkeypox, experts said at a Yale panel on Thursday.
Gov. Ned Lamont hopes it will bolster Connecticut’s tourism sector, which saw a larger drop in employment than most other states at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff, D-Norwalk, was among the speakers at Wednesday’s vigil who called for stronger national gun safety laws.
The measure is a result of a yearslong effort to ease the burdens the formerly incarcerated face after they serve their sentences.