Guest opinion columnist Paul Kidwell of the Connecticut Hospital Association calls for collaboration to adopt policies to improve healthcare affordability and sustain world-class healthcare deliver in Connecticut without jeopardizing access to care.
The hostages have been released! (By who–Hamas or Israel?) Tuberville. Editorial cartoon by Pat Byrnes.
If the election was today, who would you begrudgingly vote for? (Election 2024) Editorial cartoon by Christopher Weyant.
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim said during a Tuesday radio interview that he took responsibility for his supporters’ mishandling of absentee ballots ahead of the city’s Democratic primary election while maintaining he had no knowledge of the improprieties until they became public.
Just a few months after Lockheed Martin issued a public statement that it will support a next generation engine for the F-35 fighter jet, the Pentagon has announced that East Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney will be the sole contractor on a project to upgrade F-35 engines.
Although a Vermont-based college flunked Connecticut on Monday in an annual report card on financial literacy instruction for high school students, a bill passed this year puts the state on track to receive an A by 2027.
Air Traffic Control Shortage And Xmas. Editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
Artificial Intelligence Warning. Editorial cartoon by Rivers.
Michael DiMassa, a former Connecticut state representative convicted of embezzling COVID relief funding, was expected to report to a federal prison Monday in order to begin serving a 27-month sentence.
Hartford HealthCare received state approval Friday to move ahead with a plan to officially terminate labor and delivery services at Windham Hospital, more than three years after a decision to discontinue the services sparked community opposition.