Day care centers in Connecticut have been considered essential businesses and have been given permission to stay open during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Department of Public Health eases restrictions on eating fish from Farmington River after foam spill
Connecticut’s Department of Public Health is now easing the ban on eating fish from the Farmington River.
State health officials say it’s safe to eat fish from the Farmington River again after cancer-causing chemicals spilled into the river last year.
Connecticut state legislators could soon move to regulate toxic compounds found in drinking water.
Many schools, colleges, and universities in the state are temporarily closing to do deep-cleans after students or staff possibly came into contact with the coronavirus.
There is growing concern about cancer-causing chemicals known as PFAS. Congress approved funding for clean-up but it’s unclear if any of the money will come to Connecticut.
Senator Richard Blumenthal is making a new push to phase out the dangerous group of chemicals known as PFAS in a news conference on Friday.
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is a unanimous selection as the offensive player of the year on The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference football team. The top-ranked Tigers also have the SEC’s coach of the year in Ed Orgeron and the newcomer of the year in freshman cornerback Derek Stingley Jr., as selected by a 28-member media […]
A new report recommends public drinking water sources across Connecticut be tested in phases for potentially dangerous industrial compounds known as PFAS.
Connecticut health officials say they will be taking questions in a Wednesday meeting about PFAS, the cancer-causing chemicals that ran into the Farmington River.