Anastasia Diamantis, daughter of Kosta Diamantis, has been placed on administrative leave from her job at the Division of Criminal Justice.
A firm at the center of a grand jury probe got two no-bid contracts during the period of time when it hired the daughter of Kosta Diamantis.
Diamantis’ grievance targets Joshua Geballe and Paul Mounds, claiming ‘openly hostile, condescending and abusive treatment’ of Melissa McCaw.
A man on the state’s list of suppliers for masks and COVID tests once admitted to taking $1.8 million from his company’s pension fund.
West Haven Mayor Nancy Rossi said payments of more than $182,000 to two women — one of whom Michael DiMassa married — are ‘fraud’
The Connecticut Treasurer’s office is making it easier for people to find and reclaim millions of dollars in unclaimed financial assets.
Amounts under $50 aren’t visible on the state’s website — but they add up to more than $40 million.
The decision to discontinue testing comes on the heels of criticism over investments made by Annie Lamont’s venture capital firm.
Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
Griffin Health was paid a higher rate per COVID test than any other hospital that tested in nursing homes.
The lawmakers say the burden of correcting the overpayments shouldn’t be on people who filed their applications in good faith.
State officials have issued thousands of letters instructing some people to repay unemployment benefits they received during the pandemic.
An ‘ops center’ for rescues in Kabul was a study in Connecticut across from the bedroom of 7-year-old twin girls.
Connecticut had a prison ombudsman for 37 years. The PROTECT Act would have staffed the office. Then Lamont vetoed it.
The commissioner of Connecticut’s prison system says he wants to “significantly reduce the use of in-cell restraints.”