by Barth Keck | May 4, 2015 1:37pm
Topping the news recently were these three stories: An angry Baltimore mom demonstrates proper parenting techniques, an outspoken Pennsylvania dad schools local school leaders, and a Connecticut university president crashes a student party.
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by Terry Cowgill | March 27, 2015 5:30am
Common sense isn’t a quality in great supply at the Capitol, but when House Republicans and their Democratic speaker can find common ground on the solution to a problem, then you know you’re really onto something.
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by Jordan Fenster | March 17, 2015 1:01pm
Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson has been selected as undersecretary for intergovernmental policy, a $151,000-a-year job he will take once his term as mayor ends.
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by Christine Stuart | March 7, 2014 6:30am
The state’s largest teachers union announced Thursday that it no longer supports the teacher evaluation method it participated in creating two years ago.
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by Christine Stuart | February 28, 2013 2:39pm
House Speaker Brendan Sharkey has tried to strike a new tone of bipartisanship in the General Assembly this year, but it’s too soon to tell if that approach will lead to better public policy.
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by Christine Stuart | September 10, 2012 5:30am
When he started his new job Friday as one of Majority Leader Brendan Sharkey’s press aides, Gabe Rosenberg, became the highest-paid Democratic communication aide at the state Capitol.
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