The Criminal Justice Commission is awaiting results of an investigation into the chief state’s attorney hiring of an official’s daughter.
Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. says his hiring of a state budget official’s daughter is under review.
Officials are preparing to audit how Connecticut’s 169 towns and cities spent roughly $60 million in federal COVID relief funding.
Kosta Diamantis quit rather than accept a paid suspension while he is investigated for an unspecified misconduct allegation.
The shortfalls are due largely to the coronavirus-induced recession.
A plan from Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration to shift oversight of municipal school construction process into the governor’s budget office has upset some lawmakers.
Nonpartisan analysts reminded lawmakers Wednesday that the next recession could be right around the corner.
Despite rapidly eroding state income tax receipts, analysts for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration and the legislature are counting on payments from future legal settlements and other sources to mitigate much of the likely tax revenue loss next fiscal year.
WASHINGTON Sen. Chris Murphy’s disclosure that he is a victim of the massive hacking of personal data from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management was the third by a member of Congress and an indication that lawmakers, whose employment records are usually kept in the House and Senate, were not immune to the massive cyberattack.
Join The Connecticut Mirror on Monday, June 16, for its third Digital Town Hall event on ctmirror.org. The event, “Caregiving and Aging in Connecticut,” will be be moderated by Mirror health care reporter Arielle Levin Becker.
Every time an inmate enters or leaves a correction facility in Connecticut, a database is updated so the state has an accurate count of its incarcerated population. And each day, those numbers are used to produce a chart on the state’s website. It’s one of the few state “datasets” that is updated daily for the public. But it takes persistence to find the chart because it’s buried on the website of the state’s Office of Policy and Management (OPM), and it exists nowhere else, including on other government websites with state criminal justice data.