Transportation drives job inequality
In the face of a persistently high unemployment rate in the Elm City, the nonprofit organization DataHaven recently released research raising questions about the relationship between public transportation and employment opportunities.
Conn. faces transportation funding shortage
Two weeks ago, a diverse coalition of eight different environmental, regional and construction groups held a press conference in Hartford to raise the profile of transportation issues in the upcoming gubernatorial campaign.
Candidates debate decline in crime
Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican candidate Tom Foley have begun to discuss their plans to reinforce public safety in Connecticut.
Turnover brings Mayor, Board closer
For half the alders who left their seats in the first six months of the term, a single calling drew them away: an appointment by the mayor to a position in her administration.
Co-chair required to resign following move
One of the students responsible for engaging Ward 1 residents in the political process must resign after moving outside the ward, according to Democratic Town Committee bylaws.
Heated rhetoric at Gov’s debate
CT Gov. Dannel Malloy, the Democratic incumbent, traded barbs with Republican challenger Tom Foley in the first debate of the general gubernatorial campaign.