A new report shows how CT’s biggest cities were hurt by a decades-old practice that considered incarcerated people residents of prison towns.
Legislators say they approved $70 million for ongoing raises for ‘long-term change,’ not for one-time payments to child care workers.
Experts attributed the rise to Connecticut’s lack of affordable, vacant housing units and economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Connecticut, the number of pedestrians struck and killed by cars has more than doubled over the past 10 years.
A state panel tasked with revitalizing CT’s poor urban centers is recommending financing for dozens of development projects in 12 communities.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to discuss abortion rights highlights the significance of Rep. Jahana Hayes’ race against George Logan.
SEBAC’s decision comes after periodic discussions over 10 months with Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration failed to yield an agreement.
For Mike France, key issues were inflation and immigration. Joe Courtney focused on abortion and federal investments in his district.
Levy has been unable to afford TV advertising since winning the Republican primary, an upset fueled by Trump’s endorsement days earlier.
The gubernatorial candidate is campaigning on a plan to fix Connecticut’s economy. But first, he has to convince voters it’s broken.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Bob Stefanowski said they will welcome Ukrainian war refugees but offered few details on boosting the social safety net.
Connecticut’s Premium Pay Program bonus payouts may be months away. And with only $30 million to give out, each could be well under $1,000.
The vice president is traveling to CT’s 5th District about a month out from Hayes’ competitive race for a third term to Congress on Nov. 8.
National analysts say Republicans likely won’t win Connecticut’s statewide midterms. Some GOP congressional candidates’ chances are better.
TaShun Bowden-Lewis, who’s wanted to work in public defense since she was a child, has spent her career fighting for clients in Connecticut.