A look at national analysts’ projections for Connecticut’s statewide and congressional elections.
Shore Line East is eyeing an expansion into Rhode Island, but it has always operated at a huge loss compared to Metro-North’s New Haven Line.
What hospital M&A means for care, a U.S. Treasurer from CT, and a new question for you.
Here’s what you can expect from the CT Mirror team over the next two months.
Environmental reporter Jan Ellen Spiegel talks about her story on rising Connecticut temperatures and their effect on public health.
What the heck is going on with our highways… and why are few state candidates talking about it?
More women are taking over the reins of their family home heating businesses, and are helping to move the industry in a new direction.
Children’s issues reporter Ginny Monk talks about her story on anti-racism policies at Connecticut schools.
Mark Pazniokas surveys the landscape of this year’s election in The Connecticut Mirror’s first Election 2022 briefing.
Many of our society’s biggest problems are regional in nature, and localities do not have the right incentives to produce the best outcomes for all.
By 2025, a quarter of all drivers will be over 65. Without good mass transit, how will the car-less get around?
Takeaways from the Connecticut Economic Development Forum, this morning’s inflation numbers, and a new question for you.