At her confirmation hearing, the CT Supreme Court nominee spoke publicly for the first time about leaving the Trump-Russia investigation.
Election fraud in CT is rare but has generally involved absentee ballots that were improperly obtained or returned by unauthorized persons.
Connecticut’s $15 minimum wage will rise by 69 cents on Jan. 1, the first of the state’s raises pegged to a federal index that tracks wages.
The discount card is free to every resident, with no restrictions on age or income. Consumers can search for the lowest prices on any drug.
A 2014 campaign mailing that criticized the sitting governor has ignited a free speech fight that has reached the CT Supreme Court.
Appellate Judge Eliot D. Prescott is taking senior status, giving Gov. Ned Lamont a chance to deliver on his commitment to diversity.
The victory makes Arulampalam the overwhelming favorite in November to be elected successor to Luke Bronin as mayor of Connecticut’s capital.
There are 12 Democratic and 14 Republican primaries in CT on Tuesday, including races for mayor in Hartford, Bridgeport and New Haven.
A recent job fair put CT’s labor and management on the same side — recruiting workers to combat staffing shortages in the public sector.
There is a consensus that body-worn cameras are game changers. Harder to assess is how the BWCs are changing policing.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s nomination of Nora R. Dannehy to the Connecticut Supreme Court is a second effort to fill a vacancy after an earlier nominee failed to win confirmation.
Gov. Ned Lamont is vetting Nora R. Dannehy, who quit in protest from a Trump-era investigation of the FBI, for Connecticut’s Supreme Court.
Elation by the Connecticut building trades over opportunities promised by the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law is giving way to frustration over an inability to quickly put that money to work.
Greg Smith, who has been seen as a stabilizing presence since being hired as the CT Lottery’s president in 2018, intends to retire in 2024.
Some Republicans are running unopposed for top offices in southwestern CT, where the GOP is struggling to hold seats in the General Assembly.