As winter approaches, lawmakers say the homelessness response system in Connecticut desperately needs more money.
Following a 2021 law, many towns that opted out of statewide requirements have passed their own laws, according to a new report.
A 2022 law expanded the number of fair rent commissions in Connecticut. Here’s how implementation is going.
Towns are turning old mills into housing, part of a brownfield remediation plan to alleviate CT’s housing crisis and clean up blight.
A New Haven tenant union signed paperwork to begin negotiations with their landlord, marking a big step for the tenants union movement.
Connecticut providers say they’re worried about the additional strain on the shelter system, especially as winter approaches.
CT Mirror Reporter Ginny Monk received the Insight Award for Explanatory Journalism on Wednesday during the 2023 Nonprofit News Awards.
Many are struggling to buy a home in Connecticut as supply dwindles. Others are hesitant to move because of high interest rates.
The Manchester property is 100% affordable, and the company is doing deferred maintenance as well as environmental upgrades.
The former mill received a myriad of state and federal funding, leaving residents wondering how this could have happened.
Sarah Fox, the new head of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, takes over at a time when homelessness is increasing.
The federally funded program helps preserve housing in small cities in Connecticut. The state has about $13.9 million in this plan.
Residents of Hartford’s North End plagued by long-term flooding issues can start applying on Sept. 1 for financial relief.
Experts attribute the rise to sustained fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Evictions are increasing as well, and rents are rising.
The tenants group has elected officers and adopted a constitution, opening them up to hold more organized power at the state legislature.