Scanlon, the Democratic nominee for state comptroller, defeated West Hartford Republican nominee Mary Fay with 55% of the vote.
Katy Golvala is a member of our three-person investigative team. Originally from New Jersey, Katy earned a bachelor’s degree in English and Mathematics from Williams College and received a master’s degree in Business and Economic Journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in August 2021. Her work experience includes roles as a Business Analyst at A.T. Kearney, a Reporter and Researcher at Investment Wires, and a Reporter at Inframation, covering infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Stephanie Thomas elected CT Secretary of the State
Democrat Stephanie Thomas beat Republican Dominic Rapini to replace Mark Kohler as CT’s secretary of the state.
Erick Russell elected CT treasurer in historic win
Democrat Erick Russell beat Republican Harry Arora and will become the first Black LGBTQ candidate elected to statewide office in U.S.
Tong wins reelection; Democrats sweep constitutional offices
Democrats Sean Scanlon, Erick Russell and Stephanie Thomas will assume their roles in January. Attorney General William Tong won reelection.
William Tong wins re-election in CT attorney general race
William Tong, a Democrat, staved off a challenge from Republican Jessica Kordas and will serve a second term as CT attorney general.
Housekeepers know they’re essential. They want to get treated like it.
Many housekeepers at Connecticut hospitals say COVID-19 pandemic benefits have only come after prolonged demands for recognition, if at all.
El personal de limpieza sabe que son esenciales. Quieren ser tratados como tal.
Cuando el COVID-19 paralizó a la nación, Katherine Stearns estuvo en primera línea en la sala de emergencias del Hospital de Windham.
Battle over Windham Hospital birthing unit enters final stages
The state’s pending final decision on the closure of Windham labor and delivery marks the first in a series of proposed changes that could significantly impact the future of reproductive health in rural Connecticut.
Overdue fire inspections: Waterbury fatal blazes highlight statewide problem
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
The Kosta Diamantis timeline: Here’s what you need to know
Konstantinos Diamantis was a powerful state official until late October, 2021. Here’s a timeline of events in his story.
Johnson Memorial Hospital seeks to close labor and delivery unit
The Trinity Health-owned hospital in Stafford joins several other rural CT hospitals in seeking to cut back on maternity and other services.
A quarter of CT doctors work for big hospitals. Is that good for patients?
As the health care industry becomes more concentrated, private practices struggle to compete with big systems. Instead, they’re joining them.
Request to close labor and delivery unit at Windham Hospital receives initial denial
The proposed decision gives hope to those fighting to keep birthing services in their community. But it’s not final yet.
Report estimates cost to insure undocumented CT residents
RAND study says extending HUSKY health coverage to all CT undocumented residents would put health care within reach for 21,000 more people.
‘My heart dropped:’ Connecticut’s young adults shaken by reversal of Roe
Young people expressed dismay Friday at the erasure of the constitutional right to abortion, and fear for the future of this country.