February 2, 2017
by Jack Kramer | February 2, 2017 4:50pm
January 19, 2017
by Christine Stuart | January 19, 2017 4:23pm
Former Republican Sen. Rob Kane, who was nominated to fill the a $146,000-a-year job as a state auditor by Republican legislative leaders, said he doesn’t believe a misunderstanding over his child support payments should impact his ability to scrutinize state spending.
October 19, 2016
by Jack Kramer and Christine Stuart | October 19, 2016 4:30am
At the end of September, Republican Donald Trump’s campaign paid a $37,000 bill for police overtime costs related to a rally he held in Bridgeport before the April 26 primary.
September 22, 2016
by Jack Kramer | September 22, 2016 7:30am
August 30, 2016
by Christine Stuart | August 30, 2016 1:21pm
(Updated Thursday, 2 p.m.) Ridership on the 9.4-mile dedicated busway between New Britain and Hartford has reached another milestone. According to state officials, it has carried over four million riders since its launch on March 28, 2015.
Tags: ctfastrak, James Redeker, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, ridership, New Britain, Hartford, busway, dh
June 27, 2016
by Christine Stuart | June 27, 2016 4:29am
April 24, 2016
by Staff Report | April 24, 2016 9:21pm
April 13, 2016
by Audrey A. Cole | April 13, 2016 4:00pm
Almost since its inception in 1965, the main campus in Storrs, Connecticut, has sought to shut down the Torrington campus of the University of Connecticut. Through the years unsupported and disparaging comments from those same faraway administrators would filter back that somehow the university’s regional campus system did not measure up to the academic standards of the main campus in Storrs. Then, suddenly in early March, the people in the Northwestern Connecticut were given a few weeks to react to the impending permanent closing of the Torrington campus, forestalling any attempt to honestly and fairly discuss and dissent from this decision.
April 1, 2016
by Terry Cowgill | April 1, 2016 4:30am
As Rahm Emanuel once said while his boss was trying to get Obamacare passed, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” And nothing illustrates it better than the recent announcement by University of Connecticut officials that they’re seriously considering closing their Torrington campus as lawmakers desperately seek savings while in the throes of state’s perpetual budget crisis.
March 18, 2016
by Christine Stuart | March 18, 2016 1:15pm
Mayors from three of Connecticut’s largest cities traveled Friday to the Legislative Office Building in Hartford to ask lawmakers not to reverse the property tax relief approved last year.