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Technically, no county governments means no federal money -- something the Nutmeg State has wrestled with for over 50 years.
Much of the blame for the losses can be assigned to the Great Recession. The surveyed period predates the Covid-19 pandemic.
The state's White population dropped by 11%, while the number of its Hispanic/Latino residents rose by 4%. Connecticut's Black and Asian populations also increased.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fttRtmoLPOI There’s new visual evidence demonstrating that the 21st century transformation of the downtown section of Port Chester is accelerating. Visitors to the village can’t help...
Gov. Cuomo said he would explore a legal response to contest the census data.
The median sale price for condos reached a 10-year high.
All things considered, Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz says she is pleased with how Connecticut’s public health and economic recovery efforts are going so far. Noting...
New Rochelle’s Commissioner of Development Luiz Aragon went to Washington on Jan. 16 to speak before a congressional subcommittee about bipartisan legislation known as the...
Idaho topped both surveys as the state with the highest level of inbound migration.
Forty states and the District of Columbia saw population increases.
The minimum wage required to be paid under New York state law by businesses in Westchester goes up to $13 per hour as planned...
Despite the uptick, Connecticut’s poverty rate was lower than the 13.1 percent national average.
The state had 3,572,665 residents between July 1, 2017, and July 2018, representing a loss of 1,215 residents.
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