With the Hartford trash-to-energy plant closing, the state is moving to reduce the waste stream with new technologies.
With nearly 4,000 CT state workers having retired or planning to in the first half of this year, 17% of most Executive Branch jobs are vacant.
Small businesses and nonprofits in CT are weighing how generous they can be with health benefits against the solvency of their business.
A Connecticut Senate debate over an abortion bill exploded into a denunciation of the influence of racism in the abortion rights movement.
With final passage of a “Connecticut Clean Air Act,” the House put a bow on a productive session for addressing climate change.
Ned Lamont’s deal takes a distinct tack from the $220 million incentive package legislators approved for Sikorsky in 2016.
Gov. Ned Lamont and legislative leaders have agreed on a new $24 billion state budget that features nearly $600 million in tax cuts.
A controversial decision not to open a mental health center has led to a formal complaint, a board resignation and a state investigation.
Complex measures aimed at tackling environmental issues still await final passage with just days to go in the legislative session.
Gregory Brooks was one of the residents who was forced to leave the Quinnipiac Valley Center nursing home in March. Here’s his story.
State ethics officials in 1999 ruled the ownership structure for the group homes was a “direct conflict of interest” under Connecticut law.
The first of three bills meant to improve services for children’s mental health in CT cleared the Senate on Friday with overwhelming support.
Some two generations since the first Earth Day, five Connecticut environmentalists reflect on its legacy and what it means for the future.
Republican lawmakers unveiled a $1.2 billion tax relief plan, including what would be the first income tax rate reduction in 27 years.
With almost $7 billion in budget reserves, CT legislators are waiting impatiently for Gov. Ned Lamont to agree on a child tax credit.