Living shorelines are becoming more common in Connecticut as erosion from storms and sea level rise threatens coastlines.
The phenomenon mirrors America’s larger one, where vaccination is embraced by some, yet eyed with suspicion and rejected by others.
For the first time in 14 years, New Haven’s Republican Party is fielding a candidate for mayor.
Plan to burn about 2,500 tons of old coal at Hartford trash plant gets a rebuke from state regulators.
Senator negotiating health-related provisions hopes for a complete health care system for older Americans and significantly reduced costs for everyone.
Gov. Ned Lamont ends cases of what some call “humanitarian incarceration.”
Connecticut’s target is to have more than 125,000 electric vehicles on its roads by 2025.
Dudley Williams, former Stamford Citizen of the Year and co-chair of the CT Mirror’s board, died Friday at age 65.
Connecticut ranks fifth in the percentage of the population with vaccinations. Still, racial disparities in the rollout remain.
Many in the disability community are left to navigate the process on their own.
Two sorting machines in Wallingford facility have been dismantled. Each handles 35,000 pieces of mail.
The Census Bureau is scrambling to respond to a last-minute request by the Justice Department to add a question on citizenship status to the 2020 census, according to hundreds of pages of emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
In February, Facebook said it would step up enforcement of its prohibition against discrimination in advertising for housing, employment or credit. But tests by ProPublica showed a significant lapse in the company’s monitoring of the rental market.
While the National Instant Criminal Background Check System remains the only square inch of compromise between the nation’s divided gun camps, the costly federal program is failing to keep guns away from the dangerously mentally ill.
Across the country, health care providers, insurers, employers and politicians say they are trying to make it easier to be healthy. It’s even one of the cornerstones of the controversial Affordable Care Act, in which preventative care comes at no extra cost to the patient. Now, Hartford City Hall is joining in — with a […]