Hamden Public Schools announced Tuesday it will layoff three clerical workers, and is requesting full-time staff to take two furlough days to plug a million dollar budget hole.
59 non-tenured teachers in Stratford learned they were not being renewed on Monday, according to the Connecticut Education Association.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he doesn’t foresee an agreement on a new two-year, state budget for Connecticut until possibly the fall.
Connecticut man to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to help non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities
In the name of the non-profit organization known as SARAH, an avid high-altitude mountaineer from Connecticut is going to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in February.
Volunteers, many of them working without pay themselves, are helping run the pop up food pantry started by the southeastern Connecticut chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association or CPOA.
Employees at U.S. Navy contractor Electric Boat are taking voluntary furloughs, but the company said Wednesday that won’t delay the delivery of submarines.
Connecticut’s Supreme Court has rejected a claim by a coalition of municipalities, parents and students that the state’s educational funding formula is unconstitutional.
Comic strip artist Mort Walker, a World War II veteran who satirized the Army and tickled millions of newspaper readers with the antics of the lazy private “Beetle Bailey,” died Saturday. He was 94.
The unions representing thousands of state employees are balking at Governor Malloy’s request for ‘give backs’ to help avoid layoffs.