Connecticut’s second coronavirus death was a 91-year-old New Canaan man who had been hospitalized.
Governor Lamont announced Wednesday that a man in his 80s, who was recently admitted to Danbury Hosptial, has died.
State Rep. says Bloomfield Wells Fargo bank employee tests positive for coronavirus; banks says claim is false
State Representative Bobby Gibson of Connecticut’s Bloomfield Delegation announced Wednesday an employee of the Wells Fargo Bank in Bloomfield has tested positive for coronavirus.
5 residents of Stafford Springs senior living facility tests positive for coronavirus, one hospitalized
During the Lamont administration’s daily coronavirus briefing Wednesday afternoon, Department of Public Health Commissioner Renee Coleman-Mitchell announced that a man who had been living at a Stafford Springs senior living facility had tested positive for COVID-19.
Governor Ned Lamont told a New York radio station Tuesday it is likely that the state’s schools will be closed through the remainder of the school year.
Stop & Shop is holding free health screenings across the state on Saturday, February 8th.
RoadSnacks has released its list of the most dangerous cities in Connecticut for 2020.
An exciting psychic show that the entire family will enjoy is coming to the The Ridgefield Playhouse. Mentalist Joshua Kane’s Borders of The Mind is coming on Sunday, February 2 at 4:00 p.m.
A local Shirley Temple taste tester has gone viral!
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