A state-owned garbage incinerator was supposed to close by July, but a new budget would allow the burn plant to operate for one more year.
An international group of neurologists has deciphered the mystery of why people get migraines and, in doing so, has determined how to greatly reduce their frequency and severity.
A recent survey shows that public perception of candidates’ readiness for the Supreme Court varies by race.
Ukrainian Americans living in Connecticut are anxiously watching after the Russian military invaded Ukraine early Thursday.
A bipartisan group of CT lawmakers is co-sponsoring a bill that would require supermarkets to donate unsold food that’s still edible.
Advocates say the research is clear: A hospital merger in which patients benefit the most is the exception, not the rule.
In Connecticut, as elsewhere across the country, the pandemic has exacerbated just how thin school-based social workers are stretched.
State and local leaders from both parties are at odds with the Biden administration over how billions of dollars in new infrastructure money should be spent.
The rejection from a wealthy suburban community to open its borders even slightly is a trend in Connecticut.
Families of victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting say they have reached a settlement with Remington Arms.
Renewal was delayed on the 1994 law credited with significantly reducing intimate partner violence. Republicans objected to a proposed gun-safety provision.
While Connecticut has implemented a wide range of responses to opioid addiction, but more people are calling for a fundamental rethinking of how to address the condition.
Brittany Murphree was raised in one of the most Republican counties in one of the most Republican states. She shocked friends and family when she took “Law 743: Critical Race Theory.”
A new RAND Corporation study found that 80 percent of secondary school principals experienced frequent job-related stress during the 2020–2021 school year.
The closer to their 18th birthday that teens get, the harder they and their advocates have to work to prove neglect to DCF,