This episode we go inside Resilient Connecticut, one of the state’s biggest climate adaptation efforts, to find out how our towns are preparing for a hotter future.
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Election 2022: How CT Mirror is covering this year’s election
Here’s what you can expect from the CT Mirror team over the next two months.
How CT Mirror plans to cover this year’s elections
The Connecticut Mirror’s election coverage aims to empower voters. Here’s what you can expect over the next two months.
CT Transit buses have been free since April 1. Ridership is now topping pre-COVID totals in some cities.
Connecticut began a fare-free bus program for riders on April 1 — along with the state’s gas tax holiday. Here’s what the numbers show.
CT’s big hospital systems are buying up private practices and small hospitals. What does that mean?
While regionalizing health care improves the bottom line for Connecticut’s hospitals, it leaves patients farther away from medical care.
Election 2022: One midterm election, two worlds
Mark Pazniokas surveys the landscape of this year’s election in The Connecticut Mirror’s first Election 2022 briefing.
In CT, Democrats and Republicans are campaigning on separate issues
Abortion, guns and Trump are staples of Democratic messaging. Republicans gripe that Democrats are distracting voters from the economy.
CT has spent over 20 years trying to improve police conduct. Is it working?
The state is trying to address police officers’ conduct by requiring body cams and tracking excessive use of force and racial disparities in policing.
I was a CT essential worker. What COVID-19 relief is available to me?
Connecticut has launched the Premium Pay Program and COVID-19 Relief Fund for essential workers during the pandemic. Here are the details.
Millennials in CT opted for office jobs. Will Gen Z choose manufacturing?
Connecticut’s advanced manufacturers need more workers as they expand. Training programs are available, but Gen Z is hesitant.
Killingly rejected a fully funded mental health center at its high school. Why?
The Killingly Board of Education refused the grant-funded center in a vote mired in politics. Now the state of Connecticut is involved.
CT is falling behind on its climate change goals. What’s being done to change that?
The Connecticut Clean Air Act aims to use clean transportation as a means for addressing climate change. What’s in the law?
Who is Leora Levy? Meet the CT GOP candidate for U.S. Senate running on Trump’s platform
Levy, a social conservative, has pitched herself as an “America First” candidate, running in the mold of Donald Trump.
Who is Themis Klarides? Former CT House GOP leader is running for U.S. Senate
The former House GOP leader from Derby is a fiscal conservative and social moderate. State Republicans endorsed her to challenge Blumenthal.
Who is Peter Lumaj? Perennial conservative candidate tries his hand in U.S. Senate race
A fan of Donald Trump, the perennial candidate describes himself as a “true conservative” who is anti-abortion and pro-Second Amendment.