Attempts to preserve a Killingworth Boy Scout reservation offer a window into the state’s hit-or-miss pattern of open space conservation.
Connecticut’s public financing of campaigns has changed who can run for General Assembly, but its relevance to gubernatorial races is suspect.
The state is appointing a panel to consider a certification program for doulas, workers who offer support to women during and after pregnancy.
A school board meeting last week devolved into a shouting match over mental health care in schools, and neither side shows signs of budging.
The federal COVID relief money flowing into municipalities such as Colchester can bring with it an increased level of scrutiny.
An unintended consequence of Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s advocacy for Medicare drug price reforms is that it underscores nothing has happened.
The state has seen nearly double the number of retirements of state workers this year than it faced annually between 2019 and 2021.
A big CT tax hike on diesel in July and a new highway truck fee in January could drive up the cost of groceries and other goods.
Connecticut voters are spooked about finances, a challenge for a governor whose role model is the preternaturally positive Ted Lasso.
Black and Hispanic mothers have lower rates of exclusive breastfeeding, and socioeconomic factors contribute to the disparity.
The development of state pier in New London to support a new offshore wind farm will cost almost three times original projections.
The day after the worst school shooting since Sandy Hook, the inevitable question was posed in Hartford and Washington: Will anything change?
Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut repeatedly asked senators one question Tuesday after the shooting in Uvalde, Texas: “What are we doing?”
State employee unions say it’s time for government to compensate frontline workers who risked their lives in the pandemic.
Existing medical-use growers and retailers could be the first to offer recreational marijuana in the market, but several hurdles remain.