Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids President, Matthew L. Myers, said it’s imperative that young people quit vaping to avoid being susceptible to COVID-19.

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A Branford Eagle Scout Joseph Loffredo of Branford, 17, organized a drive-by procession for Memorial Day, after the traditional Branford Memorial Day Parade was canceled due to COVID-19 to honor veterans. Fire and police vehicles as well as decorated cars joined in the procession.

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BRANFORD — It will be a while before it’s business as usual, but Branford officials are taking steps toward a “phased and measured” reopening of businesses, restaurants, parks, and other town services.

BRANFORD — When Dennis Malavasi of Branford’s Ace Trailer Leasing called Judy Barron offering to donate a storage pod to the Community Dining Room, the CDR executive director said sure. She might need it for extra storage, she reasoned.

Nursing homes inspected for infection-control practices during the coronavirus pandemic revealed deficiencies, including failure to separate COVID-positive residents from residents who do not have the virus, improper use or no use of personal protective equipment, failure to practice good hy…

BRANFORD — As of May 15, Lucy Camarda had produced upwards of 5,000 masks for area nursing homes, nurses, doctors from CT Hospice, ambulance drivers, police officers and firefighters, restaurant workers, and countless citizens.