Legislative leaders say they’re ready to up their efforts to get suburban towns to open their doors to city students.
Connecticut doesn’t precisely know what it is getting for the money. Neither does the federal government.
The federal tax incentive draws private investment to distressed neighborhoods, but there are problems with the program.
Tia Woods had been the coordinator of a dance program. It closed but left her with space in East Hartford. She had a business idea: Woods, who is Black, knew many minority artisans needed space to show and sell their products. So in February 2019, she created what she called a “modern consignment boutique” called […]
Advocates say Connecticut must rebuild its aging transportation network and expand public transit to provide economic opportunity for all.
Regionalizing services could bring big cost savings, but Connecticut has historically maintained obstacles to greater cooperation between municipalities.
Five years ago, the neighborhood was largely blighted. Now, a playground sits on a cleaned-up lot.
Connecticut’s extreme disparities in income and wealth will block sustainable, inclusive growth until officials overhaul its regressive tax system.
A program that helps connect parents with jobs and skill-building is helping revitalize a historic mill town.
Inclusive infrastructure is an economic and quality-of-life win for everyone.
With thousands of Connecticut inmates re-entering society during the coronavirus pandemic, organizations are finding new ways to provide aid.
COVID-19 has worsened already stark racial disparities in Connecticut. Inclusive growth could help ease them.
Inclusive growth calls on cities to revive themselves so that all residents benefit, which has been challenging here in Connecticut and elsewhere.