Before he resigned, UConn President Thomas Katsouleas butted heads with the university’s board on a handful of issues, emails show.
With Cuomo’s resignation, New York will be the only state to have women in the two top leadership positions.
Drone technology could be a new frontier for farmers by providing updates on plant health.
Lawmakers are poised to throw former President Donald Trump’s belated bid to lower Medicare drug prices under the bus.
Before the federal order was reinstated Wednesday, Connecticut judges signed a surge of orders removing tenants from their homes.
A year after withholding public disclosure of the price of taxpayer-funded purchases, Comptroller Kevin Lembo changed course.
More than 800 want exemptions from the university’s coronavirus vaccine mandate. More than 500 have been granted.
Teachers unions in the region say wearing masks indoors will help students and staff return safely to in-person learning this fall. With rising COVID-19 cases, the CDC this week adjusted its guidance, and now recommends universal mask-wearing in schools. The Connecticut Education Association‘s Kate Dias said the teachers union expects the state to ensure school districts […]
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.