Joke all you want, but poll numbers show people are digging the king.
A man protesting wearing masks amid the coronavirus pandemic interrupted Governor Ned Lamont during a press conference in Berlin on Wednesday morning.
On Wednesday, Governor Ned Lamont announced the expansion of the state’s Shared Work Program to help employers navigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
With the decision to play sports going up and down like a “roller coaster,” Republicans are calling on the governor to see what COVID metrics the state needs to see to let student-athletes play football.
Gov. Lamont lifts 14-day quarantine for those flying from high-risk areas if they have negative COVID test
On Monday, the governor loosened travel restrictions for those coming into Bradley International Airport.
Historic changes to law enforcement are on the radar again Monday. Lawmakers say at issue; two sections of the police accountability bill which Governor Ned Lamont signed.
It’s been more than a month since Governor Ned Lamont said he is ‘airing on the side of caution’ as he announced that the state would take a pause in its Phase 3 Reopening.
While other colleges and universities in the state are seeing spikes in COVID-19 cases on campus, Eastern Connecticut State University is only reporting two cases a month into the fall semester, and officials are optimistic.
State, health officials prep COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, vow transparency ahead of available vaccine
Recent polls – including one by the Pew Research Center – suggest Americans are very concerned about the safety and effectiveness of proposed COVID-19 vaccines. Then there is the question of how it will be distributed.
Four schools in Connecticut were named 2020 National Blue Ribbon schools by the U.S. Department of Education Thursday.