Officials in both municipalities said they received orders to reject the winning bids for demolition and cleanup for three different schools.
The Judiciary Committee agreed to hold a public hearing on solitary confinement. An hour earlier, the DOC commissioner said it didn’t exist in Connecticut prisons.
Contracting watchdog officials say they would lose their power to suspend improper procurements under Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget proposal.
An attorney for a Stamford construction company warned that CT school construction contracts were being improperly awarded.
The rally came an hour after the Public Health Committee agreed to hold a public hearing on a related bill.
CT Truth PAC Inc. came to life over the weekend with a half a million dollar contribution by David Kelsey, the GOP town chair of Old Lyme.
There is already disagreement over which solar program caps to alter, how they should be altered, and what, if any, other rules should be overhauled.
A firm at the center of a grand jury probe got two no-bid contracts during the period of time when it hired the daughter of Kosta Diamantis.
The state’s largest health system by revenue said Thursday it had signed an agreement with PE-backed Prospect Medical Holdings to acquire its three CT hospitals.
The OPM Secretary affirmed a “close working relationship” with Gov. Ned Lamont while implicitly confirming a distant relationship with others.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s election-year address began by answering a question already posed by an opponent: Is Connecticut better off than before he took office?
Gov. Ned Lamont proposed a state budget that funds a middle-class property tax relief program and makes major new investments in many areas.
CT lawmakers experienced a steady drumbeat of frustration over the prospect of continuing mask mandates for students, even for a short time.
Diamantis’ grievance targets Joshua Geballe and Paul Mounds, claiming ‘openly hostile, condescending and abusive treatment’ of Melissa McCaw.
A state-commissioned study found tax credits have kept film production from leaving CT — but the costs are rising as the industry has grown.