The homeless Connecticut mother who drew national attention for enrolling her son in a school outside the district in which they lived has been sentenced to five years in prison on drug and larceny charges.
The lawyer for a Connecticut woman charged with enrolling her son in the wrong school district says she will be pleading guilty.
Social services providers across Connecticut are gearing up for an annual count of the state’s homeless population.
NORWALK, Conn. (AP) _ A homeless 33-year-old woman is scheduled to make her first court appearance after being charged with enrolling her son in Norwalk schools by using her babysitter’s address. Tonya McDowell told police […]
Tammy Duckworth says a growing number of female veterans are becoming homeless, and many of them have children.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ New Haven’s homeless population, along with service providers and Yale University students, has launched a new newspaper by and for the city’s homeless. The Elm City Echo’s first edition has […]
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A newspaper is reporting that the city of New Haven will likely pay thousands to clean up the remnants of a so-called “tent city” in West Haven.