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.
More than half of the seats in the CT House and nearly two-thirds in the Senate will have turned over since 2018, some more than once.
The arrangement, approved by the CT Port Authority, has drawn criticism from lawmakers concerned about potential conflicts of interest.
With a narrow GOP House majority, CT Democrats will lose committee chairmanships but say they’ll still have leverage in crafting policy.
Technical education is gaining ground in CT as popular opinion shifts on the value of a four-year college degree. But competition is fierce.
Even though fewer people voted in CT’s cities in 2022 than in 2018, Gov. Ned Lamont managed to win by boosting his numbers in the suburbs.
CT Mirror’s Election HQ rounds up all of our stories, highlights key voter resources, and will offer real-time results on Tuesday night.
Some say CT is hoarding money, but one legislator is asking if CT it should boost the rainy day fund even more, to 20% of spending.
Can CT’s affordable housing shortage be resolved without what one critic has called the “sledgehammer” of 8-30g?
Submarine work is on the upswing once again, and eastern CT — with 41 towns and a population of roughly 435,000 — is steadying for the boom.
TaShun Bowden-Lewis, who’s wanted to work in public defense since she was a child, has spent her career fighting for clients in Connecticut.