Trump’s insistence the election was rigged is a distraction that GOP candidates in Connecticut say they are intent on ignoring.
With less than 30% of nursing home staff having received a booster shot, some providers are considering a booster mandate.
The man, who is in his 60s, may have caught COVID from a relative who attended a convention in NYC.
Officials are preparing to audit how Connecticut’s 169 towns and cities spent roughly $60 million in federal COVID relief funding.
Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
Julie D. Belaga, the first woman nominated for governor by the Connecticut Republican Party, has died at 91.
Is John Mason guilty of a 17th-century war crime and unworthy of a statue at the state Capitol?
“This was a time that I could step up to the challenge,” Dr. Manisha Juthani said.
If you’re like me, you’re growing increasingly impatient with the politically motivated narrative being spun about critical race theory.
The COVID recession hit Connecticut’s economy harder than much of the rest of the nation, according to a new report.
The debate about juvenile crime, while showing differences between the parties in style and substance, is hardly a new one.
It remains unclear how many municipal police officers are wearing body cameras and how many still need them.
The governor said he did so at the request of municipal officials who want to adopt indoor masking requirements.
Some Connecticut cities are reverting to virtual public meetings and reimplementing mask mandates in government buildings.
The coalition behind the bipartisan infrastructure bill is fragile, and the money it promises rail is both historic and inadequate.