Gov. Ned Lamont has not responded to two different requests for correspondence made under FOI law, despite pending complaints with the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission about his lack of compliance.
Harvey Fuller had been diagnosed with dementia before he deeded his house overlooking the Mystic River to the Mystic Museum of Art, according to a doctor's testimony in a probate hearing. The museum has left the house abandoned and in disrepair.
The end of the pandemic is punctuated with a fine new septic system.
Entering a store with maskless people is less safe for the unvaccinated.
The year after aquarium President Stephen Coan was paid more than a half-milion dollars, a state rescue package included forgiveness of a $2.6 million loan balance.
The city should make it clear now that the three-year deadline to finish the museum downtown is firm.
A staged version of "Mystic Pizza" is planned for this summer at the Ogonquit Playhouse in Maine.
Only about a third of those who were laid off last spring have been hired back and the others are not promised new jobs being created.
The city can take back the land it donated for the museum if it is not constructed there by May 2024.
The museum is proposed for an impossible site with nowhere near enough money raised, after seven years of trying.
The city has told Jane Barton she must get rid of her chickens because they are not allowed in the zone she lives in.
Popularity for Biden's agenda is going to make it harder for Connecticut Republicans to move on from Trump
Sen. Paul Formica calls for resignations if the Connecticut Port Authority can't get the State Pier project on track.
Attacks on the Groton mayoral candidate who won the Democratic primary seem more personal than about policy.
Clearing of pandemic clouds may be in store for the summer of 2021.
The developer first sought permission in 2015 to sue for $20 million in damages over his failed deal to buy Seaside.
Lawmakers in eastern Connecticut are more forthcoming about vaccinations than Republicans in Rhode Island.
The governor's office has not supplied communications requested more than six months ago and has given no reason for the lack of compliance.
A parking lot is being proposed for an empty lot created when two buildings, one a contributing structure to the historic district, were demolished on the residential street.
The issue of whether wind turbine work meets the criteria for coastal development has been raised in permit hearings for the $200 million State Pier project.
A Florida doctor says vaccinated people anxious about resuming normal routines may suffer from Cave Syndrome.
The enormous amount of money to flow into Connecticut should help the party in power.
Nancy DiNardo owned an undisclosed number of shares of Eversource when she voted in early 2020 for a deal that would use tens of millions of public money to rebuild the pier for use by the utility.
Mayor Michael Passero agreed to support and promote current and future Eversource and Orsted wind projects in an unusual pledge he signed last month.
The $200 million remake of State Pier is not required for Connecticut to obtain renewable energy from offshore wind farms.
The surprise strong showing by a challenger against a two-term incumbent suggests a broader shakeup in state politics.
Some good came out of a year of pandemic.
Instead of making a deal with the Mashantuket Pequots, the governor insulted them, forging ahead without them.
The attorney general said he has been investigating a whistleblower complaint about a success fee paid to the employer of a former port authority board member.
A bill introduced in the General Assembly would study the idea of extending train service from New London to the Rhode Island border and Massachusetts, through Norwich.
Enforcement began after homeowner was elected to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Rhode Island attorney general has asked the state Supreme Court to intervene in a deal that would have allowed a marina a large expansion into Great Salt Pond.
With potential cost overruns in the tens of millions of dollars, the governor who boasts of being a dealmaker seems ready to give up.
Dr. Melvin Yoselevsky is closing his decades-old family practice in New London, a dying art
A contract which included a $523,000 "success" or reward fee, was signed with a company that employed an authority board member only a few months before.
The board that reviews state contracts and procurement says it needs clarification that it can scrutinize port authority deals.
At hearing, Kooris directs and receives criticism about the accuracy of port authority characterizations.
The city's plans for a recreational center fulfills a community need and will help heal the still open-wounds of eminent domain.
Councilors who wanted to pursue a legal claim by the town for public coastal access in the Fort Rachel section of Mystic lost in a tie vote.
The proposed legislation asks the transportation commissioner to "detail" steps necessary to return the duties of the port authority to state government.
New London this week filed a request to participate in environmental hearings on Gov. Ned Lamont's proposed $200 million remake of State Pier.
Unlike big internet retailers, they employ local people and pay a lot of taxes.
The judge, who is 69, will reach mandatory retirement age in June, beginning a lifetime pension of two thirds of his salary.
The port authority, which got Blacker arrested on a felony charge, is trying to keep him from intervening in hearings on the environmental permits for a remake of State Pier.
The animal shelters have emptied out as pets have become irresistible pandemic companions.
Gov. Lamont suggests the city is ungrateful about plans that it host, with no compensation, a commercial project at State Pier with a growing cost estimate of more than $200 million.
WFSB ended publicist Duby McDowell's role as a news show host after reporting she got a no-bid contract award from Gov. Lamont, but she says she will remain a political analyst for the station.
Aundre Bumgardner, who left the Republican party because of Donald Trump's racism, is running for mayor.
U.S. Rep. Jim Himes complained the GOP response to Wednesday's Trump-induced violence was too little, too late.
Local lawmakers are planning to introduce legislation that would provide more oversight.