Keep public notices in newspapers – Meriden Record-Journal

01/02/2020 – Editorial The Connecticut court system has decided to move required public notices out of newspapers, preferring to list them on its own website instead. We say that in Read More …

Connecticut courts moving notices from newspapers to website – New Haven Register

12/25/19 – By Dave Collins, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut court system will usher in the new year by moving required public notices to its website and Read More …

Crusading journalist Forrest Palmer dies – Waterbury Republican-American

12/24/19 – By Andrew Larson SOUTHBURY –- A longtime journalist, known as a crusader for open government and fierce defender of the state’s Freedom of Information Act, died Friday. Forrest Read More …

Education partnership discusses budget, hires and plans — all in open session – Connecticut Mirror

12/16/19 – By Kathleen Megan New Haven — The Partnership for Connecticut, a public-private venture formed to help struggling Connecticut schools, moved to hire legal counsel and accounting services, heard Read More …

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Understanding Connecticut’s FOIA – JDSupra

12/17/19 – By Mark J. Sommaruga, Esq. Do We Really Have To Deal With All of These FOIA Requests (And Are We Obliged To Deal With “Vexatious Requesters”)?    As Read More …

Body cam footage shows Norwalk cop taken to ground during arrest – The Hour

11/16/19 – By Pat Tomlinson NORWALK — State police have released body camera footage showing a veteran Norwalk police officer being taken to the ground for allegedly resisting arrest after Read More …

Before joining the rush to cancel, get all the facts: The cautionary story of Sarah Braasch – New York Daily News

11/15/19 – By Cathy Young “Cancel culture” — the trend of people being reviled, pilloried or even cast out of public life by “politically correct” online morality cops — has Read More …

Public information watchdog: Body cam footage of Norwalk cop’s DUI should be released – The Hour

11/14/19 – By Pat Tomlinson NORWALK — Connecticut’s public information watchdog group disagrees with the state police’s decision to deny the release of body cam footage that allegedly shows a Read More …

Free speech protest over eminent domain leads to an arrest in Stamford – Stamford Advocate

11/14/19 – By Humberto J. Rocha and John Nickerson STAMFORD — Michael Picard and Michael Friend, two free speech activists, don’t hold back when it comes to expressing themselves. (Read Read More …