Attorney General William Tong is investigating whether Cos Cob assistant principal Jeremy Boland illegally discriminated against conservatives.
Coverage of issues affecting residents in Connecticut’s southwestern-most county.
Project Veritas says video shows bias against conservatives and Catholics in Greenwich schools
CT politicians from both parties condemned the remarks made by a Greenwich educator.
CT towns got $1.5 billion from feds. They’ve budgeted roughly 1% for housing
The failure to spend federal stimulus funds on housing is a missed opportunity to make CT a more affordable place to live, advocates say.
A lack of appetite for zoning reform has advocates, legislators regrouping
Less than half of CT towns submitted affordable housing plans by the June 1 deadline despite five years of advance notice.
At Norwalk vigil, a call to end racism and racist violence
Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff, D-Norwalk, was among the speakers at Wednesday’s vigil who called for stronger national gun safety laws.
Towns in CT’s richest area could pay to meet affordable housing goals
Western Council of Government officials say the plan looks at ways to increase affordable housing outside of only focusing on zoning.
Beach access advocates ready to take their fight into CT election season
Beach access is protected by the First Amendment, but that doesn’t include parking. So towns jacked up the cost for nonresidents to park.
New study examines barriers to multifamily housing in CT towns
The study examines zoning and land use policy and says the 12 towns have significant impediments to developing affordable housing.
Stefanowski introduces a running mate and reinforces a line of attack
The GOP ticket was introduced in Fairfield, a community that embodies the opportunity and challenge facing Bob Stefanowski and Laura Devlin in 2022.
Advocates: Bill to study affordable housing law is a veiled attack
CT legislators heard public comments on a bill that proposes a study into a key affordable housing law, a move that worries some advocates.
Sen. Will Haskell opts for law school over reelection
Will Haskell’s book about being elected to the Connecticut Senate as a 22-year-old ends with a twist.
COVID rampant in Stamford, a harbinger of things to come
COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in Connecticut’s second-largest city, where the positivity rate has tripled over the past three weeks.
Bridgeport, New Haven and Hartford each keep 2 Senate seats in new map
A new state Senate redistricting map for Connecticut puts Stamford, the second-largest and fastest-growing city, in three Senate districts.
Hartford, Stamford winners in House redistricting
No one was drawn out of their district, but several face harder races as a result of revisions.
CT election results: Caroline Simmons beats Bobby Valentine for Stamford mayor; GOP holds top offices in many cities
Democrats took the Stamford mayoral race, but the GOP had plenty to celebrate.