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Bridgeport police find loaded gun in convicted felon's home

October 23, 2021 |

By Liz Hardaway BRIDGEPORT - A city man and convicted felon was held on a $400,000 bond after police said they found a loaded gun and ammunition in his home. Connecticut State Police's Gang Unit, as well as ...

Lamont requires all CT nursing home workers to get vaccinated

August 6, 2021 |

Ned Lamont on Friday issued an executive order requiring Connecticut nursing home workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. ... "Connecticut nursing homes support the governor's staff vaccination mandate ...

CT state trooper accused of DUI is the latest to face charges

June 27, 2021 |

Murphy is at least the third Connecticut state trooper to be arrested on a DUI charge in the past two years. ... Connecticut state trooper Andrew Murphy, 33, of Bethel, has been charged with DUI after police say ...

Opinion: CT takes a big step toward a cleaner energy future

June 25, 2021 |

The good news is that closer to home, Connecticut's Legislature and state leadership have recently come together to embrace new, tangible steps to increase the state's reliance on clean energy and reduce ...

Opinion: A movement for children unites in Conn.

June 18, 2021 |

The aim: safe, permanent homes where children can thrive. ... Brown is executive director of CASA of Southern Connecticut , now on YouTube . July 1, he will become executive director of Connecticut CASA, part of the national CASA network .

Opinion: 'I met love' and other tiny notes on CT

June 16, 2021 |

Lang, Hartford Plenty of poor folks in cities and tony towns of this blue state, excellent food, horrible drivers and tired of Yale University dominating the news. - Melissa Callender-Lee, Hamden Connecticut is ...

Report: CT building codes among top states for storm resiliency

June 1, 2021 |

By Alexander Soule As the official start of hurricane season arrives, Connecticut is ranked among the six best states for building codes in the context of storm resiliency, according to the Insurance Institute ...

After pandemic pet boom, CT vets see heavy workload

May 14, 2021 |

By Peter Yankowski After adoptions of dogs and cats spiked during the pandemic as families worked and attended school from home, Connecticut vets say they've had to hire more staff to keep up with the demand for ...

Opinion: CT vaccine policy discriminates on basis of race and disability

April 14, 2021 |

Connecticut, however, took a different approach. ... There is no distinction between a 44-year-old front line grocery worker with COPD and a heart condition and a healthy 26-year-old working in their tech job ...

Churchill: Why hasn't New York had a woman governor?

March 26, 2021 |

Closer to home, Connecticut elected Ella Grasso in 1974, Vermont chose Madeleine Kunin for the first of her three terms in 1984, and Christine Todd Whitman defeated an incumbent in New Jersey in 1993.

Superintendent: COVID vaccine rollout 'caused significant confusion' for Darien teachers

January 22, 2021 |

Vaccine process frustrates teachers By Susan Shultz DARIEN - Local teachers were among the many educators statewide who said the Connecticut COVID vaccination process "caused significant confusion" last weekend. ...

Watching from home, Connecticut chats, cheers and cries

January 20, 2021 |

The Connecticut Congressional delegation packed into the rows of seats with other lawmakers, jubilant that their candidate - a man that U.S. ... Stephen Jewett, a Democratic consultant, watched the festivities ...

CT residents ages 65-74 next in new tiered COVID vaccination process

January 19, 2021 |

Phase 1B officially began Monday with the vaccinations of residents 75 and older who are not living in nursing homes. ... Students returning to the University of Connecticut's Storrs and Stamford residence halls ...

Opinion: Election is vital for CT's seniors

October 30, 2020 |

Forum Election is vital for Connecticut's seniors By Lynnette Dockery I've been a home care worker in Meriden for over 20 years, and I take deep pride in caring for our community's seniors and people with ...

Depression spiked among nursing home residents during pandemic, report finds

October 1, 2020 |

By Peter Yankowski After nursing homes around Connecticut slammed their doors shut to visitors this spring, care providers saw a spike in symptoms of depression among residents, according to a new report ...

'Died absolutely needlessly': Lamont weighs in on Breonna Taylor decision

September 24, 2020 |

By Peter Yankowski Joining a chorus of local activists, Connecticut Gov. ... Former Louisville Officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment from the botched raid for having fired ...

Opinion: CT must do better to protect nursing home residents

August 28, 2020 |

It found that Connecticut ignored nursing homes and failed to provide lifesaving personal protective equipment. ... Connecticut had insufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) going to nursing homes.  ...

CT marks three straight days with zero COVID deaths

August 6, 2020 |

But with that said Connecticut still has all the metrics in place that allows us to proceed cautiously with the rest of our reopening." ... To slow the spread of the coronavirus inside nursing homes, Connecticut ...

Data: 10 more CT nursing home resident deaths linked to coronavirus

July 10, 2020 |

By Tara O'Neill and Ken Dixon Ten more nursing home residents and one nursing home staff member died with COVID-19 during the first week of July in Connecticut, data released by the state on Friday showed. ...

Editorial: CT faces challenges enforcing possible mandates for out-of-state visitors

June 24, 2020 |

Editorial Bracing for travel risks during pandemic By the Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board Apparently, the new tourism campaign, "So Good to See You, Connecticut" could bear the subtitle: "Now go keep to ...

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