The Connecticut State Department of Education is set to make an announcement on Thursday regarding the reopening plan for PK-12 schools across the state amid the pandemic.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — This isn’t the way Betsy Steen and her husband wanted to spend their golden years: Hunkered down at home, living with fear and isolation. Steen, 76, and her husband David, 75, both take immuno-suppressant medications, placing them at high risk if they contract the coronavirus. They try to keep positive, but […]
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.
‘Truck tolls’ rolls into regular General Assembly session overshadowing other issues like Barnum Station
Governor Ned Lamont had expected his signature issue, transportation, and tolls, to be in the rearview mirror as the regular General Assembly session opened but that will not be the case.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers from all corners of the state came together Wednesday to roll out a major gaming bill and to say it’s time to modernize gaming and create jobs.
HAMBURG, Pa. (AP) — For all the gravity of a presidential impeachment trial, Americans don’t seem to be giving it much weight. As House impeachment managers make their case to remove President Donald Trump from office, voters in several states said in interviews with The Associated Press that they’re only casually following the Senate trial, […]
There is a Special Election Tuesday in Connecticut’s 48th District to fill the House seat of long-time Democrat Linda Orange who passed away from pancreatic cancer last year.
This past November, the balance of power in the selectmen’s office was flipped in Sprague over the issue of tolls. Many are asking if that could happen again.
Sprague police are looking to identify a truck allegedly involved in an evading accident.
SEATTLE (AP) — Horizon Air’s head of flight operations recently warned of a a lax safety culture among the airline’s pilots and called for urgent action to prevent a serious air accident. The Seattle Times reported that John Hornibrook, the Seattle-based airline’s president of flight operations, wrote in an internal Nov. 27 email message: “If […]