East Coast state leaders say they don’t intend to dial back offshore wind ambitions and are planning new strategies and investments.
Trinity College student Tahseen Ahmad and two other students were shot in Burlington. Ahmad is in stable condition.
The CT Department of Correction (DOC) operates its own school district. But educational attainment in it has dropped sharply in recent years.
The money will be used to hire 10 case management ‘navigators’ in the New Haven area and to help fund regional sharing of overdose data.
Climate havens may not be something nature hands us, but something we build ourselves. And refuge could be closer to home than you think.
Richard Dyke used political connections and lobster giveaways to build Bushmaster, the company that popularized assault-style rifles.
The faster travel times, a result of upgrading and replacing aging rail bridges, will begin within the next 10 years, CT officials said.
The Department of Labor has, for the first time, published sample domestic worker agreements that help delineate workers’ responsibilities.
Yale’s Horse Island Research Station is an experiment in regenerative architecture, buildings that aim to reverse damage to the environment.
Millions of dollars will flow back to New Haven’s neighborhoods most negatively impacted by the War on Drugs. Residents pitched uses for it.
Students at the UConn say the school has yet to offer any concrete details on divesting from fossil fuels and moving towards clean energy.
A U.S. Senate bill would let Puerto Rico residents decide whether to become a sovereign nation, independent, or put on a pathway to statehood.
The climate-tech ’incubator’ is already home to 17 startups, including Cool Amps, a battery recycling company.
A referendum asked voters in Maine if they wanted to replace their privately owned utilities with a publicly owned one.
One often unnoticed consequence of the torrential rains CT experienced this summer — private wells are getting contaminated with bacteria.