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Connecticut to Receive $111 Million in Coronavirus Relief Aid for Schools

Governor Ned Lamont announced that the State of Connecticut is receiving $111 million in federal coronavirus relief aid for the…

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Big Changes Are Coming to This Downtown Bristol Intersection

The vacant lot at the corner of Route 6 and North Main Street is going to get a massive makeover….

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Fishing in Connecticut During COVID-19

Whether you’re fly fishing the Housatonic or Farmington Rivers, catching monster Northern Pike in Bantam Lake, or even cruising Long…

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What to Expect on May 20 When Connecticut Starts Phase 1 Reopening

The four sectors of business that will be allowed to open on May 20 are restaurants, personal services, retail, and…

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Glitches Fixed For Self-Employed Residents to File For Unemployment

Self-employed residents in Connecticut who are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic can now apply for unemployment and…

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Connecticut Man Tells Police He Has Coronavirus — Then Spits at Them

A Milford man, Stephen McCarthy, 27, of Meadowside Road is accused of spitting on police officers and telling them he…

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Updated April List: Half of Connecticut’s Coronavirus Deaths Are From Nursing Homes

The state data released on April 30 1,249 shows nursing home residents had died from the coronavirus. Nursing home residents…

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