Unofficial returns show Guilford voters have decisively rejected a Republican school board slate organized in opposition to critical race theory.
If you’re like me, you’re growing increasingly impatient with the politically motivated narrative being spun about critical race theory.
Guilford is an unlikely outpost in a culture war over America’s racial reckoning and its place in public education.
Stamford Mayor David Martin and Hamden Mayor Curt Long lost Democratic primaries Tuesday to Caroline Simmons and Lauren Garrett.
Shoreline resiliency against sea level rise and flooding in Connecticut is largely in the hands of local governments. But with money tight and local budgets reliant on the taxes shoreline properties generate, efforts to protect coastal communities from climate change have been slow and underfunded. Some communities, however, are making more progress than others.
More than six years after Irene, five years after Sandy, and tens of millions of dollars later, Connecticut’s shoreline communities have been slow to embrace resiliency and now look much as they did before the storms hit. But there are exceptions.
Alex Felson, a landscape architect and urban ecologist at Yale, has found an opportunity to address climate and community issues on the battered, flooded and otherwise jeopardized Connecticut shoreline.
The U.S. Coast Guard unit stationed in New Haven has the job of patrolling Long Island Sound for drug smugglers and terrorists. But it also is deployed to enforce safety perimeters around dozens of private parties every year, many of which include fireworks displays over the water.
The arrival of Ted Kennedy Jr. as a potential Democratic candidate for state senator may turn out to be a game changer along part of the Connecticut shoreline.