Hornet’s Nest Deli in Branford never had a dinner menu before, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it has had to adapt.
Military flyovers, first responder parades and virtual ceremonies – there are several ways towns and cities across the state are making sure Memorial Day is not forgotten.
A Branford woman who got laid off from her job is cooking up 50 plus meals a day for those in need.
The Department of Transportation reported Thursday evening a tractor-trailer had been involved in a crash on I-95 northbound between exits 56-57.
Governor Ned Lamont’s plan to reopen parts Connecticut on May 20 includes personal services like hair and nail salons, but there are some safety changes customers can expect.
Nationwide, according to the International Racquet and Sports Club Association, sports clubs are losing an average of $700 million a week due to the coronavirus shut down.
The town of North Branford has confirmed its first coronavirus death. The individual was a woman in her 30s.
There is a short list of businesses holding their own during this pandemic, and an even shorter list of businesses actually thriving — one of which is pool sales and installations.
The warm weather has brought stunt devils out in droves – ATV and dirt bike riders who pop wheelies and off-road on city streets and in neighborhoods where police say they don’t belong. Now New Haven is cracking down.
VNA Community Healthcare & Hospice stays committed to patients through COVID-19 pandemic