Police knew back in March they wanted to take their de-escalation training to a new level by putting officers through realistic scenarios.
But doing so raised an issue: Who would do the acting?
State regulators released an initial report Thursday on Millstone Power Station's economic viability as officials consider energy market changes that would benefit the facility.
The local taxpayer group known as Looking Out for Taxpayers has ended a 17-year run of what members say was an attempt to keep local government in check.
After battling to a stalemate over competing fiscal priorities, legislative leaders and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy are grudgingly confronting a new reality: They can repair a relationship fractured since a mid-September budget veto, or accept that neither side might prevail.
Connecticut families who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits will receive free admission to Mystic Aquarium for the next 12 months.
The credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has upgraded the city’s bond rating — a sign of fiscal stability after a rocky few months of uncertainty surrounding the delayed passage of a state budget.
The Groton Zoning Commission is rewriting the rules that govern what can be built on various tracts of land across town, and Planning and Development Director Jon Reiner wishes more people took interest in its work.
During last Friday’s annual Festival of Lights at Olde Mistick Village, Mystic Aquarium collected more than 4 ½ tons of non-perishable food for the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center in New London.