Three-term Republican incumbent state Senator Paul Formica and his Democratic challenger Martha Marx, debated issues such as the police accountability bill, minimum wage, marijuana, racial equality and the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday night.
The findings of an independent investigation have criticized police for their initial handling of the alleged assault of a Black clerk by a white couple at a Mystic hotel but finds “no evidence to suggest any malicious intent on the part of police in not locating the suspects on the day of the assault.”
Dr. Fauci should no longer feel any compunction to get White House clearances before media appearances or to paper over differences.
The attorney general fought before the Freedom of Information Commission to keep a whistleblower complaint about management misuse of funds at the Connecticut Port Authority secret.
Officials highlighted on Tuesday the federal funding available to the hard-hit shellfish farming industry.
Since mid-September, the 120-bed Fairview Rehabiliation and Skilled Nursing Care Center has seen 52 residents and 17 staff members test positive for COVID-19. Two residents have died.
The Connecticut Arts Alliance and partners hosted a Create the Vote forum Tuesday with candidates from the shoreline and eastern Connecticut.
The Connecticut Port Authority has agreed to use some of the $3 million promised by the offshore wind industry to explore the feasibility of expanding the piers at Fort Trumbull to also accommodate two commercial fishermen being displaced from State...
Hope marches on, virtually, Saturday at Shiloh Baptist Church's 10th annual prison awareness gathering
The topic of this year's gathering, which will be held virtually, from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, is "Everyone Counts – Utilizing
Our Voices and Voting Power for Justice."
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