Jim HaddadinData Reporter
Jim Haddadin is a data journalist for The Accountability Project, Connecticut Public's investigative reporting team. He was previously an investigative producer for NBC Boston, and wrote for newspapers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. His work on government accountability stories at NBC received a regional Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association, and an Emmy award from the New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He was also recognized by the New England Newspaper & Press Association for political coverage, investigative reporting and stories about government transparency. When he's not working, Jim is doing whatever his dog wants.
A new budget airline will begin flights from New Haven this fall, and the company that manages Tweed, Avports, is offering to spend millions to expand the airport. But records obtained by Connecticut Public show the airport is also facing new financial risks.
The man overseeing marijuana sales in Massachusetts says Connecticut is facing a crucial moment in shaping its growing cannabis industry.
A deadly crash in New Britain last month involving a stolen car has ignited a debate about Connecticut’s juvenile justice system, but experts say reforms aimed at keeping more teens out of the adult prison system aren’t to blame for a rise in auto thefts.