Big Y announced Wednesday all 33 of its Pharmacy and Wellness Centers will administer the vaccine to customers.
SHORELINE — With the holidays quickly approaching elves all along the Shoreline are stepping up to ensure everyone’s celebration is full of cheer.
Lamont’s continued support came after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the nation’s largest public school system will reopen beginning Dec. 7.
OLD SAYBROOK — George B. Maynard was a farmer, builder, 20-year owner of Saybrook Hardware and a family man. He was known to be quick with a joke and for his commitment to the town he lived in all his life, always on Ingham Hill Road.
BRANFORD — The Branford Veterans Parade Committee announced in September that the annual Veterans Day parade scheduled for Nov. 8 was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MADISON – When Daniel Hand High School wrestlers return to the mats for competition, they will be greeted by a larger-than-life mural dedicated to a coach, friend and mentor.
GUILFORD — A chocolate sphere loaded with marshmallows that exuberantly burst forth from the shell when triggered by warm milk, the hot cocoa bomb is all the rage this season.
BRIDGEPORT — A cabal of senior Fairfield town officials conspired with the head of a Clinton environmental cleanup company to illegally dispose of hundreds of yards of highly contaminated soil while assuring town residents and employees forced to work with the material that everything was sa…
“We continue to experience an increase in reported COVID (+) cases,” Superintendent of School Hamlet Hernandez said in a letter on the Branford Public Schools website.
Whose genius idea was it to completely upend and revamp Stop & Shop? In the middle of a pandemic? And an election campaign that refuses to quit? And a financial meltdown? And remote schooling? And a social gathering nix-athon?
Thousands of Army veterans with mental illnesses will get a second chance for a higher discharge status and veterans’ benefits because of a settlement in a class action suit brought by two Connecticut veterans.
BRANFORD — Emboldened perpetrators in a recent car theft didn’t follow the typical scenario of stealing unlocked cars with the keys left in them.
OLD SAYBROOK — If you’re in a small New England town and want to get a cup of coffee, mail a letter, window shop, find a church, butcher or baker, or maybe take in some local entertainment, it’s likely you’ll head for Main Street.
WESTBROOK — Dec. 1 is the first day of school here for Kristina J. Martineau, the new Westbrook superintendent of schools, when she starts her new job.
WESTBROOK — Deborah Gilbert’s carefully applied lipstick is vivid and her colorful outfit pops on camera. She exudes poise.
BRANFORD — Last Thursday night, Branford’s Courtney Rosenberg and Cheryl Andresen packed $955.14 worth of diapers into the Diaper Bank outside the Patricia C. Andriole Community Service Center on Harrison Avenue.
GUILFORD – Get out your ladles and spoons to help support two important shoreline non-profit organizations at the annual Soup for Good TO GO event on Sunday, Dec. 6.
This home is not your typical cape. This property has a huge outbuilding perfect for an office, gym, mechanic’s space, or in-law apartment. This property has a detached two-car garage with a loft, and an additional partially finished three rooms, a full bathroom and deck. The main house is m…
Most Connecticut hospitals will lose some of their Medicare reimbursement payments over the next year as penalties for having too many readmitted patients, according to new data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
MADISON – The sky over Copse Road filled with black smoke on a recent Sunday morning, with a house up in flames and area residents posting concerns on social media.
North Haven Republican Paul Cicarella Jr. defeated former East Haven Mayor April Capone Tuesday to win the 34th District state Senate race to replace long-serving Republican Senate Minority Leader Leonard Fasano, R-North Haven.
One race, where the same two candidates were separated by just 18 votes in 2018, expected to be especially close.
BRANFORD — On a door propped against the wall in Molly Sullivan McDonald’s studio, a mourning dove looks out through an open window onto a group of rocky islands on cerulean blue waters. Sea gulls wheel through the air. A red sun radiates an orange glow across the sky.
BRANFORD — Three people in the Branford Public Schools have been diagnosed with coronavirus over the past two days: one case at Mary T. Murphy School and two at Francis Walsh Intermediate School, Superintendent of Schools Hamlet Hernandez said.
Whenever business at his Franklin Street barber shop was slow, Dan Masto, Sr., a skilled musician who performed at weddings, restaurants, and Italian festivals, would slide his guitar from its case and sing.
VALLEY-SHORE — After the polls closed tonight, state Sen. Paul M. Formica from the 20th Senatorial District, representing Bozrah, East Lyme, Montville, Old Saybrook and New London, said he was starting to warm up and “feeling great” after standing outside the polls all day, but didn’t expect…
WILTON — Mary Emma Townsend Seymour, Elsie Hill, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Josephine Day Bennet, and Anna Louise James are names that may not be well known around the state, but they likely will be by the end of Election Day.
SHORELINE — Ghosts and goblins, witches with tall pointy hats, the spookiest night of the year is upon us, believe it or not.
Vyanne Dinh, 21, a senior at New York University, will be paying close attention next month when the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in a lawsuit backed by the Trump administration to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
OLD LYME — While U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn. sounded exultant as he talked about the $64 million federal grant to replace the aging 113-year-old Connecticut River railroad bridge, he said the money “is only a down payment,”
BRANFORD — Branford Public Schools learned that two members of the schools community have tested positive for the coronavirus: one at Mary T. Murphy Elementary School and one at Branford High School, bringing the total number of cases in the district to four since the start of school.
The state Board of Examiners for Nursing recently disciplined four nurses in unrelated cases for drug or alcohol abuse and for photographing a patient without consent.