Governor Ned Lamont announced on Tuesday, May 5, that schools will remain closed and distance learning will continue for the rest of the academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two days after all spring sports were cancelled, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference held it’s Board meeting and announced several procedural changes following that meeting.
As Connecticut gets set for phase one of reopening the state, there are plenty of questions about what to expect.
One unfortunate trend seen with the pandemic is a rise in domestic violence.
Connecticut’s first rapid COVID-19 testing site is up and running in New Haven, and Governor Ned Lamont isn’t the only one happy to see it there.
Nicole Hingle wasn’t surprised when the call came. Frustrations had been building inside juvenile detention centers nationwide as the number of coronavirus cases continued to climb. Now, her 17-year-old son Jace, was on the phone telling her around 40 kids had rioted at his facility in Louisiana — the same state where more than a […]
Gov. Lamont nearing decision on school year, says pandemic will stretch into June; laptops still being donated to CT districts
With Governor Lamont planning for the Coronavirus pandemic to last into at least June, the governor is taking action to secure 60,000 laptops for high school students in the state.
Connecticut schools will remain closed through at least May 20, Governor Ned Lamont announced Thursday.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Stores in Texas can soon begin selling merchandise with curbside service, and hospitals can resume nonessential surgeries. In Florida, people are returning to a few beaches and parks. And protesters are clamoring for more. Governors eager to rescue their economies and feeling heat from President Donald Trump are moving to ease […]
Criminal justice advocates are calling for the immediate release of kids who are locked up in Connecticut’s juvenile detention centers.