Republican First Selectman Timothy Griswold is running against school board member Martha Shoemaker.
Republican Ed Chmielewski and Democrat Hugh McKenney have spent years working together on the Board of Selectmen. They’re now opponents.
The losing candidate in the first selectman race between Timothy Griswold and Martha Shoemaker will compete against Matt Ward and Jim Lampos for the two remaining seats on the Board of Selectmen.
In school board races around the country, activists are running against critical race theory
Republican Norwich City Council candidate Michael Grillo faces criminal charges and civil lawsuits over business finances.
From the Board of Selectmen to library trustees, this year’s local election is wide open in Salem.
The Nov. 2 election has contested races for the Planning and Zoning Commission and to fill a two-year vacancy on the Board of Assessment Appeals.
The Serve America Movement, or SAM party, is making a push for recognition and eventually votes in Connecticut.
Eight of the nine candidates from Old Lyme are political newcomers. The one candidate from Lyme is unopposed and will be elected to the board.
Nine Democrats and seven Republicans are running for nine seats on the Groton Town Council.
Five seats are up for election on the Groton Board of Education.
Three Democrats and three Republicans, none of them incumbents, will compete for four spots on the seven-member Board of Education in the Nov. 2 municipal election.
With the races for first selectman and Board of Selectman uncontested on Nov. 2, the focus has shifted to the three contested races for Board of Finance, treasurer and Board of Education.
The Day hosted a debate Wednesday with Norwich Republican Mayor Peter Nystrom and Democratic City Council President Pro Tempore Mark Bettencourt.
With local elections Nov. 2, the names of candidates are plastered on campaign posters all over town and in the running are seven spots for town council.
Candidates in the running for Board of Education answer questions on mask and vaccine mandates, school programs and issues of transparency with the public.
Nine of the 11 candidates running for Norwich Board of Education participated in a debate Tuesday night at Norwich Free Academy.
Six Republicans and five Democrats are seeking seats on the Town Council in the Nov. 2 election
Every Republican serving on the Board of Education is seeking reelection Nov. 2, while the Democratic slate includes two incumbents and four newcomers.
All three incumbent selectmen are unopposed on the Nov. 2 election ballot.
Thomas McNally charges the Democratic Town Committee wasn't properly paying for its headquarters.
Bob Carlson is running unopposed for first selectmen, while K. Nicole Porter, Toula Balestracci and Brett Mastroianni are running for selectmen.
The race for treasurer is one of the few that is contested, while the candidates in the uncontested Board of Education race bring a variety of education experience.
Municipalities in the region will hold a special registration session Tuesday, Oct. 26, for all eligible unregistered voters.
Races for first selectmen and selectmen seats are uncontested.
The only contested races on the November ballot are for Board of Finance.
Incumbent Mayor Peter Nystrom leads Democratic challenger Mark Bettencourt in fundraising, starting with a $10,000 loan he put into the coffers.
Board of Finance Chairman Camille Alberti, also a candidate for first selectman, calls for a pause on pandemic relief spending while others say time is of the essence.
The sitting U.S. House member's speaking appearance caused some confusion when state Rep. Mike France was seen on the initial flyer for the event before being taken off.
Superintendent of Schools Van Riley submitted his letter of resignation Tuesday morning after leading the school system for the past nine years.
Five council members elected in August began new terms Oct. 4.
Officials in Georgia’s most populous county have fired two workers accused of shredding paper voter registration applications
The Sikh Art Gallery in Norwich is sponsoring a campaign with Sikh community members to raise awareness about their history and heritage.
Deputy Secretary of the State Scott Bates offered Connecticut’s perspective during the event.
Residents flocked to the polls Tuesday to reject a proposed tax break for the developer of an 82-unit affordable housing project on the Campbell Grain site as well as reject a proposed ban on...
Absentee ballots for the Tuesday, Nov. 2, municipal election are now available in the Town Clerk's office.
The town clerks from Waterford and Montville describe the process for absentee ballots ahead of local elections, asurring the integrity of its count.
The New London Greens invite the public to join them for snacks, music and an opportunity to meet this year’s candidates on Wednesday.
One post by Jeff Rogers charged that “Democrats are pushing a civil war.”
Many Americans struggling to feed their families over the past pandemic year say they've had difficulty figuring out how to get help and had trouble finding healthy foods they can afford