A recent cyberattack continues to generate headlines, but damage to Rockville General Hospital started years earlier. Here’s what happened.
CT Mirror reporters Jenna Carlesso and Dave Altimari have received a Publick Occurrences award for their series on elder care.
The August attack was far more debilitating than hospital officials publicly acknowledged. Now, it threatens a sale of the hospitals to Yale.
Tabitha Frank’s 2-year-old son Corneliuz died after falling from a window in July. But family hardships preceded the tragedy.
City officials worried that supporters of Mayor Joe Ganim wanted to target potential voters from a list of people getting rental assistance.
Nearly 73,000 people recouped money from CT’s unclaimed property program during the 2023 fiscal year, thanks in part to automatic payments.
West Haven’s mayor suspended the city attorney Tuesday after the CT Mirror reported he funneled city legal work to his private law firm.
The narrowly tailored audit, launched in wake of the Kosta Diamantis scandal, noted a months-long gap in proper documentation of hazmat work
The shift away from long-term care facilities has exposed a home care industry that operates with little oversight.
As more CT residents choose elder care outside of nursing homes, advocates worry access to services for the aging will become more unequal.
Douglas Rogers, hired to replace Konstantinos Diamantis to steer CT’s school construction grant program, resigned after barely four months.
Connecticut’s nursing homes, which have 20,000 residents, are facing pressure from all sides — financial, legal and internal.
Lauren DiMassa was sentenced to six months in prison for conspiracy despite the fact that she is 23 weeks pregnant.
John Bernardo was sentenced to 13 months for his part in a scheme to steal COVID funds. Former Rep. Michael DiMassa will be sentenced soon.
Questions of ethics and conflicts are swirling around a proposal to buy land owned by the mother-in-law of Willington’s first selectwoman.