Government and nonprofit entities are stepping up with COVID relief and recovery, including the Boston Fed and CT’s community foundations.
People believe the property tax burden can be significantly reduced by sharing services on a regional basis.
The plan would remove the I-84/I-91 interchange downtown and cap I-91 with a new road, expanding river access.
A high-speed rail concept has been germinating, one that would go inland through Connecticut instead of along the shoreline.
This story was originally published on December 7, 2020. Tia Woods had been the coordinator of a dance program. It closed but left her with space in East Hartford. She had a business idea: Woods, who is Black, knew many minority artisans needed space to show and sell their products. So in February 2019, she […]
Kathy Evans of West Hartford now works with the Denver police as a clinical social worker. She rides with police and responds to calls where often her expertise is more valuable than the traditional tools of a police officer. Each workday morning at 6 a.m., Katharine “Kathy” Evans turns out for roll call at the […]
The federal tax incentive draws private investment to distressed neighborhoods, but there are problems with the program.
Tia Woods had been the coordinator of a dance program. It closed but left her with space in East Hartford. She had a business idea: Woods, who is Black, knew many minority artisans needed space to show and sell their products. So in February 2019, she created what she called a “modern consignment boutique” called […]
Regionalizing services could bring big cost savings, but Connecticut has historically maintained obstacles to greater cooperation between municipalities.
A program that helps connect parents with jobs and skill-building is helping revitalize a historic mill town.
Inclusive infrastructure is an economic and quality-of-life win for everyone.
COVID-19 has worsened already stark racial disparities in Connecticut. Inclusive growth could help ease them.
Some towns and cities here are experimenting with them, however.
Financial stress and uncertainty are facing both students and college officials as they anticipate reopening.
Business is much better, one liquor store owner says, but for all the wrong reasons.