The bill would split the responsibility of planning and zoning for more affordable housing among Connecticut’s towns.
Republicans in the state House and Senate called Thursday for suspension of the state’s wholesale tax on gasoline, until at least July 1.
Cara Pavalock D’Amato says she sleeps “every night” in the apartment in the 77th District, a claim disputed in an SEEC complaint.
The ‘silver tsunami’ was billed as a golden opportunity to streamline state government. But now, Gov. Lamont wants to keep workers on the job.
A contractor who worked with D’Amato Construction for “more than 30 years” voted to make D’Amato the general contractor on a Bristol project.
The tentative deals are “strong agreements” that “will proudly be reported” to the rank-and-file for ratification, according to SEBAC.
Advocates say capable workers are being overlooked by companies that have jobs to fill — even as many raise concerns about a labor shortage.
A legislative hearing explored new controls over school construction while avoiding allegations involving Kosta Diamantis
Labor unions say state government’s shrinking workforce will exacerbate race and gender disparities, particularly involving wages.
March’s name was removed from two theaters because he belonged to a Ku Klux Klan honor society in 1919. But that’s hardly the whole story.
Hartford and Farmington now have to come up with millions of dollars in school building costs they expected the state to cover.
Masks will still be required in classrooms, labs and studios, but in most campus settings, masks will be “recommended” as of Friday.
The House voted to confirm Manisha Juthani as CT commissioner of the state Department of Public Health, over objections of House Republicans.
Democrats and Republicans are split over the sufficiency of Monday’s hearing about the school construction program involving Kosta Diamantis.
People who earned less than $44,758 in 2019 lost nearly 26% of their earnings to taxes, nearly four times the rate paid by CT’s wealthiest.