CT trash haulers have been spotted mixing recyclables with trash, in trucks or at transfer stations, to save money. Little oversight exists.
A policy that guaranteed Medicaid coverage during the pandemic is ending, and thousands of CT residents could be affected.
Hospitals had expanded immunity from lawsuits during peak COVID, but the case of a woman who died of heart failure is challenging the order.
CT’s bottle and can deposit-and-return system saw changes in January, but there have been disputes and delays along the way.
CT legislators ordered the governor to show how the budget will address inequalities in education, housing and more, and many are watching.
Connecticut is known as the “land of steady habits,” but over 10 years, little changes add up. Here are 10 charts that show how CT changed.
CT’s fiscally moderate Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont may find more allies among Republicans when it comes to proposals to cut taxes.
In CT and beyond, emissions worsen air quality and contribute to global warming, which can cause or exacerbate air quality degradation.
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the biggest long-term care providers in CT, has come under scrutiny in three New England states.
In order to adapt to the new economy, new internet users need computers, instruction and support. In CT, libraries are part of the solution.
The CT Mirror photographed and interviewed an Afghan family over nine months as they resettled in the United States. See their journey here.
Ten years after Sandy Hook, a Newtown police officer remembers the sobbing of fellow officers. Many can’t shake the memories of that day.
The rise in evictions is having a huge impact on children’s health and education, disrupting life and families and leaving children to worry.
CT Gov. Ned Lamont said he wants to keep the financial guardrails set in 2017. Lawmakers and business leaders say they are eager to hear more.
CT corrections officers used a program meant to shelter them during COVID-19 to book wedding lodging and house their families, an audit says.