Advocates say some towns, like Branford, favor elderly complexes as a way to prevent construction of affordable housing for families.
Farmers around the state are coping with extreme weather, multiple outcomes of climate change, and the unpredictability of the future.
More than six out of every 10 federal relief dollars built into the new state budget is earmarked for pensions.
West Haven officials spent COVID relief funds on a marching band for the city’s Memorial Day parade documents show.
Rolling out the COVID vaccine to older residents first means it’s more likely to go to white residents first.
Nationally, mothers lost work at three times the rate of fathers in the pandemic. The loss was even worse for single mothers.
Policies enacted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and past legislatures contributed greatly to Gov. Ned Lamont’s recent budgetary success.
The accusation persists that teachers striving to help students understand racism in America are using Critical Race Theory.
A high-speed rail concept has been germinating, one that would go inland through Connecticut instead of along the shoreline.
Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
With many other states offering incentives, Connecticut’s relatively late arrival to the data center race struck some observers as odd.
An ‘ops center’ for rescues in Kabul was a study in Connecticut across from the bedroom of 7-year-old twin girls.
Clyde Meikle is a “poster boy candidate” for release from prison. If he can’t get a sentence modification, who can?
The hurdles to increasing the minimum required hours of direct care: The cost of staffing and finding and keeping workers.
Policymakers face unprecedented challenges deciding how to spend $6 billion-plus in new federal pandemic relief.