The Board of Education must show patience and, short of malfeasance or malpractice, give its superintendent every opportunity and the time to succeed.
The students' plan would go well beyond the modest gun-control measures such as expanded background checks and "red flag" laws that have been the focus of the current debate.
State must continue looking into port authority issues while doing due diligence on a potential megadeal for the future of State Pier.
It was nice to see the guys go fishing, but our local marinas will be clogged with sediment if there is no place to dump the stuff.
Tuesday's event had it all, security issues, a press conference -- everything, that is, except testimony from the main characters in this drama.
Two rare chestnut trees near the Montville-Waterford border may play a role in helping revive the once culturally and economically important tree.
Three casinos is the limit. More than that will increasingly fragment the market, and without enough customers per casino, jobs go away.
If what it takes to confer political courage on certain members of the Senate and the House is the specter of deying the wishes of large majorities of voters, then the moment has arrived.
Connecticut should follow the lead of other states that have recognized that religious exemption clauses have become catchalls for other motives for not immunizing.
First selectmen in small towns are almost always on duty, even when they are not officially on the clock.
The decision by the Smiler's Wharf developers to withdraw use of their property for a local festival is understandable, but not very wise.
We thought the Connecticut Port Authority had been left with a strong foundation on which to grow. Boy, were we wrong.