September 26, 2016
by Sarah Eagan | September 26, 2016 5:30am
A paper came from my daughter’s Kindergarten the other day with a list of questions. What motivates me? (Meaning the kindergartener, not the mom). What are my favorite activities? What am I good at? What do I need to work on?
by Jack Kramer | September 26, 2016 5:30am
The number of patients in the state of Connecticut receiving medical marijuana treatment keeps growing, now at 13,440, according to Department of Consumer Protection Deputy Commissioner Michelle Seagull.
September 22, 2016
by Cara Rosner | September 22, 2016 12:00pm
by Jack Kramer | September 22, 2016 8:30am
September 19, 2016
by Christine Stuart | September 19, 2016 5:30am
Even though the state said it would appeal the ruling, a Wall Street ratings firm said the Sept. 7 decision in Connecticut’s landmark education lawsuit would “benefit financially troubled cities” and boost their sagging bond ratings.
September 16, 2016
by Andy Thibault | September 16, 2016 11:00pm
This is the haunting voice of trauma inflicted on a 12-year-old girl:
“That day never goes away. It’s like I can’t really escape it, no matter how hard I try. I should have done something — anything — to stop that bullet from hitting him in the head.”
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September 15, 2016
by Christine Stuart | September 15, 2016 12:13pm
A week after a long-awaited court decision mandated that the state must resolve disparities and shortcomings in education funding, teacher evaluations, high school graduation requirements, and a handful of other policies, Attorney General George Jepsen announced Thursday that the state would appeal.
September 12, 2016
by Christine Stuart | September 12, 2016 5:30am
The mother of a disabled 51-year-old who lives at a state facility in Hamden is suing the Department of Developmental Services for transitioning its work to the private sector in order to save money.
September 1, 2016
by Christine Stuart | September 1, 2016 1:25pm
The rebellion against Connecticut’s liquor pricing regulations ended before the holiday weekend when both retailers, who had been openly disobeying the law, agreed to stop selling below the state-mandated minimum.
August 30, 2016
by Kristi Allen | August 30, 2016 5:30am
Taking advantage of a ruling last week by the National Labor Relations Board that gave students at private universities the right to organize, Yale graduate students filed a petition Monday to form a union.