Speeding Continues to Rev People up in Burlington

Speeding is a well known problem in Burlington. From Rt. 4, to Rt. 69, and so many small short cut…

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Connecticut receives $2 million federal grant for mental health services in response to pandemic

The State of Connecticut has been awarded a $2 million grant from the federal government to address behavioral health care…

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Connecticut Goes After Amazon and Local Retailers For Price Gouging

Attorney General William Tong announced he has issued civil investigative demands to five online retailers following an internal review by…

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Updated Town-By-Town Coronavirus Cases

As of April 22, 2020, a total of 22,469 cases of COVID-19 have been reported among Connecticut residents. One thousand…

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Connecticut Tackles Coronavirus Related Crimes

Thieves steal surgical masks. A clinic sells fake COVID-19 tests. Hate groups encourage sick members to infect law enforcement officers….

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Life Insurers Warned Not to Ask Applicants For Their COVID-19 Health History

Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Andrew N. Mais is warning all life insurers doing business in Connecticut to refrain from asking applicants…

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Latest List of Connecticut Jobs During The Coronavirus Outbreak

With the recent outbreak of coronavirus, many individuals in Connecticut have been forced into unemployment as some businesses have been…

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