LOS ANGELES — Hollywood’s unions have announced that they have reached an agreement on pandemic protocols with major studios that will allow the broad resumption of production of films and television after six months of stagnant sets and widespread unemployment. The Directors Guild of America, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the International Brotherhood […]
It’s the question that’s on the mind of many parents and educators in Connecticut. How do we send our kids back to school, and do so safely for everyone involved? And like most questions of that nature, it’s a question that raises as many more questions as it answers.
Tuesday is Election Day across the state. Bridgeport’s Mayoral candidates made their final push to voters Monday, and now Bridgeport residence will decide who will lead their city in 2020.
Residents of Connecticut’s largest city will be voting despite legal efforts to overturn the results of the recent Democratic primary.
The Connecticut Supreme Court put off a ruling Monday on whether to overturn the results of Bridgeport’s Democratic primary for mayor, allowing the general election to move forward.
Less than 24 hours before election day, the Connecticut Supreme Court says it will hear an appeal on the Bridgeport mayoral primary.
Voters on Tuesday will go to the polls in dozens of Connecticut communities to choose officials ranging from mayor to zoning board members, in what has been a contentious local election season in some parts of the state.
Election Day in Connecticut is Tuesday, and there are some interesting races and issues on the ballot.
Officials confirmed Thursday that the results of the Bridgeport Democratic Mayoral Primary will stand.
Another punch in the ugly fight over the Bridgeport Democratic Mayoral Primary. Mayor Joe Ganim is accusing his challenger of illegally getting signatures to get on the ballot.