Senate Bill 4, a comprehensive climate and transportation bill, would start several large clean transportation programs.
Cara Pavalock D’Amato says she sleeps “every night” in the apartment in the 77th District, a claim disputed in an SEEC complaint.
A contractor who worked with D’Amato Construction for “more than 30 years” voted to make D’Amato the general contractor on a Bristol project.
The child advocate’s report outlines state agency concerns about a foster father’s alleged drinking habits — and a failure to act on them.
Advocates say capable workers are being overlooked by companies that have jobs to fill — even as many raise concerns about a labor shortage.
International sympathy for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion should apply to all refugees, no matter their color or country.
March’s name was removed from two theaters because he belonged to a Ku Klux Klan honor society in 1919. But that’s hardly the whole story.
Health care advocates say the measures will harm access to necessary treatment, particularly for people with disabilities.
Hartford and Farmington now have to come up with millions of dollars in school building costs they expected the state to cover.
The subpoena seeks ‘all communications with or related to Konstantinos Diamantis’ and documents regarding the Birch Grove school construction.
Connecticut’s opposition to a $4.5 billion deal offered by the Sacklers over the opioid epidemic paid off with a settlement worth $6 billion.
Democratic leaders want permanent tax relief for CT’s working poor. The governor isn’t convinced.
The House voted to confirm Manisha Juthani as CT commissioner of the state Department of Public Health, over objections of House Republicans.
In 2020, Kosta Diamantis mounted a furious defense against an accusatory memo. He is still defending himself, but now the stakes are higher.
Gov. Ned Lamont praised his departing budget director Melissa McCaw then pivoted to efforts to rebuild confidence in his administration.