BLOOMFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut is stepping up to help support non-profits during the coronavirus outbreak. The state and the Connecticut Community Non-Profit Alliance are joining forces to create the ConnectiCore program. It will create jobs for young people, help non-profits meet its mission, and help people get the resources they need. One of those […]
Capitol Report: still unknowns as students prepare to return to classroom, Gov. Lamont urges travelers from ‘hot spots’ to take 14-day quarantine
Getting kids back to school may be the most complicated piece of the COVID-19 puzzle. With so many unknowns and so many different scenarios to consider, state education leaders and Governor Ned Lamont are mapping out broad plans for returning to the classroom when summer vacation ends.
Governor Ned Lamont has signed an executive order now making it mandatory for all nursing home workers to be tested for COVID-19.
Until schools can reopen, officials are concerned about what all those students, especially teenagers, are going to do with their time.
Governor Ned Lamont is holding a news briefing denouncing hate crimes and racial slurs on Wednesday.
Racial equality and social justice are issues being highlighted Friday by state leaders at a meeting in Bloomfield.
The special legislative session will likely be after the Fourth of July. While the agenda is being debated behind the scenes, legislative management is figuring out how to safely allow pubic hearings and safe voting by lawmakers.
Governor Ned Lamont said the roles of leadership in the state need to be more diverse.
On Monday, Governor Ned Lamont announced that he is making changes to Connecticut State Police strategies and programs in the state.
8 days from phase 2 reopening, Gov. Lamont releases guidelines for nursing homes, assisted living facilities
No segment of the population here in Connecticut has been hit harder by the coronavirus than residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Governor Ned Lamont announced Monday he will solicit proposals from outside experts so the state can best protect the residents moving forward.