Connecticut State Police are asking for the public’s help Friday in locating a man who fled from a traffic stop in Somers.
SOMERS, Conn. (WTNH) — Another inmate under the supervision of the State Department of Correction has died from complications with coronavirus. The 60-year-old male is the seventh inmate in Connecticut to die from a coronavirus-related illness. He was transferred from Osborn Correctional to the UConn Health Center on April 30, where he succumbed to his […]
Pawcatuck barber who received cease and desist order after reopening May 20 despite Gov. Lamont’s order has filed a complaint against the governor
One barber in Pawcatuck defied the governor’s orders Wednesday to stay closed amid phase one of the state reopening. Thursday, she got a visit from the police.
Osborn Correctional Institution has been placed on lockdown after 105 asymptomatic inmates tested positive for coronavirus.
A second inmate in Connecticut has died after contracting coronavirus, officials from the state Department of Correction announced Saturday.
The state Department of Correction confirmed Wednesday a third Connecticut inmate has died from coronavirus complications.
The Department of Corrections announced Wednesday they have begun moving all offenders who have tested positive for COVID-19 to the Northern Correctional Institution.
There was a loud protest in front of the Governor’s Residence on Monday. The drive-by honking of horns was a symbolic gesture from families of prison inmates. They said they’re angry at the state’s response to COVID-19 in prisons.
State lawmakers are changing their correspondence with constituents because of the coronavirus. One is moving a town hall meeting to Facebook.
Bob and Nancy Shellard of Vernon, CT have been married 67 years. This year, with coronavirus spread concerns, the long-time couple had to celebrate in a unique way.