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 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.
Gov. Ned Lamont on Thursday said Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. would “be gone” if the governor had the power to fire him.
The closer to their 18th birthday that teens get, the harder they and their advocates have to work to prove neglect to DCF,
Health care workers called on state officials to fill hundreds of vacancies at CVH so that they can serve people suffering from addiction.
Connecticut’s largest healthcare workers’ union reached a tentative deal, ending its strike against a group home chain for the disabled.
Like the Whac-A-Mole game at the carnival, every time state and federal law enforcement officials think they have smacked down scam robocalls, the unwanted calls pop up in a slightly different place with a slightly different face. One new trick is for callers to send messages straight to voicemail. The scammers argue that because they […]
Nonprofit leaders say their ability to assess the crisis is hindered by delays in getting state funding to community-based caregivers.
About 75% are in compliance with the COVID-19 vaccination-or-test mandate. The National Guard could be activated to provide support.