Advocates demand closure of Northern Correctional, reinvestment in group supports

Cloe Poisson :: CTMirror.org Northern Correctional establishment in Somers. a couple of decade ago, Sen. Gary Winfield went on a tour of Northern Correctional institution, essentially the most relaxed penal complex within the state. As he walked during the windowless, gray hallways, Winfield’s tour book gave the impression “gleeful” at the “marvel of engineering” that […]

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Miguel Cardona’s concepts about schooling have been forged in Meriden, CT. Now he will deliver them to Washington, D.C.

From the backyard, the Meriden Public faculties gadget looks like a network of struggling city schools. The state has distinctive it an Alliance District and one of the “lowest-performing districts” due to the fact multiple-quarter of the college students are varied grades in the back of in English, math and science. it’s additionally an economically […]

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State Rep. Scanlon launches tax equity debate with proposed $450M smash for bad, core class families

Keith Phaneuf :: CT reflect Rep. Sean Scanlon, D-Guilford, discusses state funds all over a November press conference outdoor the Capitol. updated at 5:15 p.m. with feedback from Gov. Ned Lamont Low- and core-profits families with infants would receive their biggest state earnings tax destroy in well-nigh a decade beneath a new inspiration to be […]

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State Police: Pistol permit holder charged with threatening

Peter Yankowski Jan. 19, 2021updated: Jan. 19, 2021 8:03 p.m. Brittany Lillian Stickman, 26, of Preston Contributed / Connecticut State Police PRESTON — State Police have arrested a 26-year-old local lady who allegedly flashed a handgun she turned into licensed to own while intoxicated. Brittany Lillian Stickman become charged with first-degree threatening, 2d-degree breach of peace […]

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Lawlor appointed suitable prosecutor of Bridgeport court docket

BRIDGEPORT — A state prosecutor with more than 20 years of event was appointed Tuesday the new supervisor of the prosecutor’s office within the Golden Hill road courthouse. Senior Assistant State’s attorney Ann Falsey Lawlor was appointed with the aid of State’s legal professional Joseph Corradino to exchange retiring Supervisory Assistant State’s lawyer Cornelius P. […]

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CT residents ages 65-seventy four subsequent in new tiered COVID vaccination method

After “confusion” was blamed for some Connecticut academics receiving the COVID-19 vaccine too soon, Gov. Ned Lamont introduced some clarity to the process on Tuesday. The governor’s workplace has launched a new, tiered method to divide the part 1B vaccination community, which comprises 1.4 million Connecticut residents. section 1B formally began Monday with the vaccinations […]

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