A North Branford High School student has tested positive for Covid-19 and as a result, 19 students are now in quarantine Monday.
What’s Right With Schools: North Branford High School set to bring students back to class with new COVID-19 safety restrictions
For a lot of students, many haven’t been inside a classroom since March. For those who are returning to school amid the pandemic, it will look a lot different than they left it.
It’s been a week since the EF1 tornado touched down in Connecticut, and some families are still picking up the pieces.
In a letter sent to families and staff Sunday, Southington Schools Superintendent Timothy Connellan confirmed that a member of the school community at Southington High School tested positive for COVID-19.
The staff and volunteers at the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter in Branford started a local delivery service for people who are in need of keeping food in their pet bowls.
This storm left a path of destruction in its wake. And anytime there’s severe weather, we ant to see what our viewers are seeing.
The East Shore District Health Department has closed all beaches in East Haven, Branford and North Branford until further notice.
Gov. Lamont declares State of Emergency to help with power restoration and cleanup following Thursday’s storm
Storm cloud looking across the Housatonic River in Stratford to Devon and Laurel Beach in Milford — courtesy: Charotte Galaty — Connecticut residents are seeing flooding, downed trees, and power outages as severe weather moves across the state Thursday afternoon.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is surveying damage from Thursday’s storm to see if a tornado(es) touched down in New Haven County.
Thursday’s Small Business Spotlight features a chef from Madison who got innovative in a pandemic and started an online gourmet meal delivering service.