Attorney General William Tong is investigating whether Cos Cob assistant principal Jeremy Boland illegally discriminated against conservatives.
A number of projects are underway to solve the food waste problem, which many say is the linchpin to Connecticut’s waste disposal crisis.
Greenwich is a case study in what economists have described as a “K-shaped recovery” from the pandemic recession
Ryan Fazio won a special election in the 36th Senate District, reclaiming a Gold Coast seat for the GOP.
After a stunning GOP decline, has Greenwich reached a political equilibrium?
Getting food waste out of the trash may provide the key to fixing the dated waste systems in the state.
When COVID-19 forced schools to shut down in March, special education students faced additional challenges.
Gov. Ned Lamont is letting local officials make the hard decision to close schools — for now at least.
The win by Republican Harry Arora keeps the seat of former Rep. Fred Camillo in the hands of a party trying to regain dominance in Greenwich.
Connecticut’s millionaire governor delivered a populist message Friday in his first appearance before the AFL-CIO since taking office.
Dita Bhargava is hosting Kamala Harris today at her home in Cos Cob.
Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-Greenwich The 2019 debate over tolls began this week with a legislator from Connecticut’s southwestern corner — home to some of the state’s most congested highways and rail lines. Sen. Alex Bergstein, a freshman Democrat from Greenwich who favors tolls on all vehicles, also wants to employ a financing approach that could […]
In a conference room across the hall from his still-undecorated State Capitol office suite, Gov. Ned Lamont and his senior staff worked Thursday afternoon on setting the rhythm and cadence of a new administration — and the man who leads it.
Alex Bergstein joins the Connecticut Senate next week as a curiosity in the huge new class of Democrats: She is a Greenwich Democrat, the first elected to the state Senate since the mid-term elections of 1930, when Republicans were wounded by a deepening Depression and an unpopular Herbert Hoover.
WASHINGTON– The race for the 4th District congressional seat pits political novice Harry Arora, a Republican who says he backs most of Donald Trump’s agenda, against a Democratic incumbent, Rep. Jim Himes, who has the political winds at his back.