More than 700 Afghans have come to CT since September, more than double the original target, thanks to partnerships and public support.
Bills concerning the records of cemetery associations, public comment periods and remote meetings are on their way through the legislature.
Ending decades of court oversight, a judge concludes Connecticut once again can be entrusted with the care of its most vulnerable children.
State officials overseeing West Haven’s finances are now questioning whether they should increase their oversight.
In 2020, for the first time in almost three decades, a federal monitor found that DCF had sufficiently lowered caseloads for social workers.
At a public hearing, supporters said the bill would help regulate sales, but some advocates were wary that it would re-criminalize marijuana.
The child advocate’s report outlines state agency concerns about a foster father’s alleged drinking habits — and a failure to act on them.
On its website, the University of Michigan has an image of the Law School Class of 1962. It’s a sea of White men, smartly dressed in suits and ties. But five rows down, on the right, is Amalya Lyle Kearse, the only Black woman in the class — who would go on to make history […]
A bill that would allow terminally ill patients access to medications that would end their lives cleared an important hurdle Friday.
Hospitals, the insurance industry and other interests are lobbying against a bill that has bubbled to the top of labor’s priority list.
An attorney for a Stamford construction company warned that CT school construction contracts were being improperly awarded.
The Senate approved two measures that continue some emergency powers while allowing educators to decide whether to require masks in schools.
Gov. Ned Lamont expressed confidence in the workplace culture of his administration and in his top budget official, Melissa McCaw.
The OPM Secretary affirmed a “close working relationship” with Gov. Ned Lamont while implicitly confirming a distant relationship with others.
The Connecticut Port Authority launched a public-private partnership tied to a major offshore wind-to-energy project without proper authority, a contracting watchdog group reported.