At The Day, we strive to cover stories our readers care about. Now, through our new project Curious CT, we're making it easier for you to tell us what you want to know about people, places and issues in southeastern Connecticut. All you have to do is submit your question in the form below.
Not sure what to ask? You can ask questions big or small, such as: "Who's the biggest taxpayer in Groton?" or "How often do legislators travel outside of Connecticut for work?" or "What's the average wait time at the local DMV?"
After each submission period, we'll select a few questions and kick it back to you, the readers, to vote on your favorite. Once a winner is selected by reader votes, we'll contact the person who submitted the winning question to be part of the reporting process, if they so desire. Then we'll report back what we learn. This could be in a story, a podcast, a video or a combination.
Our next CuriousCT stories:
We are currently working on our next CuriousCT stories based on the following question:
Why is there still such a long wait at the DMV after the time & money spent to install the new computer system a few years ago? It seems like the wait is still just as long, if not longer.
Here's how it works:
Submit your question
Past CuriousCT stories
Readers asked about local projections, mosquitoes, the 1918 flu pandemic, cleaning at home, asthma, and bike riding.
Readers ak questions about grocery shopping, people who have recovered from COVID-19, ibuprofen, and more.
For The Day's Curious CT series, Stonington resident Mark Lash asked the question: "Why is there still such a long wait at the DMV after the time & money spent to install the new computer system a few years ago? It seems like the wait is still...
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New London mill complex sold; former restaurant still on the market
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A CuriousCT respondent suggested The Day provide a “thorough accounting” of the slot-machine revenue the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes have been forking over to the state for the better part of three decades.