Income-eligible CT residents who were rejected from insulating their home due to mold or asbestos may have a second chance.
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Climate change will worsen CT kids’ asthma and overall health, EPA report says
Under 4 degrees Celsius of warming, CT kids could suffer some of the highest rates of asthma-related emergency room visits in the nation, the EPA found.
Air quality report shows CT still suffers from out-of-state pollution
The Hartford area is among the nation’s 25 most ozone-polluted cities, and Fairfield County got a failing grade for its air ozone levels.
Connecticut saw fewer toxic chemical releases in 2021, following national trend
New Haven and Hartford counties accounted for well over half of the facilities releasing chemicals in CT, according to the EPA.
Deer ticks are benefiting from warming winters in the Northeast. That’s raising health concerns
As winters in the Northeast become more mild, adult deer ticks are becoming more active at a time when they’re normally dormant.
New Haven officials vow to improve police department after incident
New Haven’s mayor and assistant police chief say they want to improve the police department after a man was severely injured while in custody.