With so many schools shifting to online and hybrid learning, the bus and motor coach industry is facing a lot of uncertainty.
We may still be without a federal stimulus package, but thanks to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Americans now have National Lobster Day, happening Sept. 25.
– As the push continues to get more people tested for Covid-19, Connecticut’s VA hospitals are also doing the same to make sure veterans and patients are protected.
A candlelight vigil honoring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is being held tonight on the Guilford Green.
A vigil honoring the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A crowd gathered in Stamford Sunday to remember Ginsburg’s extraordinary life
State lawmakers call on Congress to expand Paycheck Protection Program amid COVID-19 pandemic to help struggling restaurants
Some CT leaders want Congress to expand the Paycheck Protection Program, which they said has saved many restaurants hit hard by the pandemic-driven economic crisis.
Connecticut theaters are coming together to ask for help keeping their doors open.
1st Woman to lie in State – Supreme Court Justice honored at Capitol, CT delegation reflects on historic event
For the first time in U.S. history, a woman lies in state at the Capitol in Washington D.C.
Politicians and school officials in Waterbury took part in a roundtable discussion Friday morning about what is called the “digital divide.” That is the gap between the haves and the have-nots when it comes to technology.
Some CT business owners are thankful for Phase 3 but say it’s not enough to heal their financial wounds
With some 20% of state eateries gone for good, the Phase 3 reopening rollout will fix some wounds for restaurants and businesses, but not others.