Union caregivers at group homes struck a deal Wednesday with one owner and issued strike notices for two others.
Many communities in Connecticut froze non-education jobs to help balance their budget during the pandemic.
A major healthcare workers’ union plans to strike Oct. 5 against two group home operators for the developmentally disabled.
With many other states offering incentives, Connecticut’s relatively late arrival to the data center race struck some observers as odd.
Connecticut’s reapportionment will test whether technology can bring public participation to a process controlled by political insiders.
Some Connecticut cities are reverting to virtual public meetings and reimplementing mask mandates in government buildings.
A year after withholding public disclosure of the price of taxpayer-funded purchases, Comptroller Kevin Lembo changed course.
CT police departments have been forced to use paper-and-ink fingerprinting techniques after a new system went live on July 25.
Dr. Manisha Juthani replaces Renee Coleman-Mitchell, who was fired at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the first time in 14 years, New Haven’s Republican Party is fielding a candidate for mayor.
Despite some legislative setbacks, more work on environmental issues than initially anticipated got done over Zoom
The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis probe seeks answers from Kabbage and BlueVine.
Gov. Ned Lamont and CT’s largest health care workers union averted a strike at group homes for the developmentally disabled.
State Police on Wednesday connected the shots fired at the state Capitol to a shooting spree in Southington.
The damage was discovered Tuesday morning, police said.