In May City of Groton voters will get a chance to elect anyone they want, as along as they are Democrats.
Enemy of the truth: Trump’s disgusting and dangerous assault on news he deems untrue.
Will Lamont and the administration team he has put together have the wherewithal to impose some political discipline on the Democratic majorities at their disposal? There's the rub.
While it is always troubling to see a candidate say one thing and do another, Lamont has arrived at the right decision in recognizing the revenue stream necessary to address state transportation needs.
Those who are betting on the federal courts to save the day could be disappointed, because a year from now the Supreme Court might very well rule that Congress gave away its power of the purse constitutionally.
East Lyme desperately needs a new police station for its officers, and an economical way has come forward to provide it.
The Green New Deal recognizes that climate change is about the economy and the economy is about climate change.
The new governor promises, "A sustained commitment to fiscal stability that will allow Connecticut to turn the page on what’s been holding (Connecticut) back."
Ideally, the house should be open to the public, providing visitors a fuller story of Connecticut’s only major Revolutionary War battle and local life following that war.
A bipartisan panel of business, political and environmental leaders delivered a collective message that the state is prepared to be a serious player in the competition to capitalize on this chance.
Our first CuriousCT question probed whether lottery revenues are being used to help directly fund education.
Questionable bylaws and a poorly designed contract have so far protected five defendants facing federal criminal charges, but a trial awaits.