“This is an opportunity to provide additional access to technology and create a new way for residents and families to visit and enjoy our beautiful town center,” Cosgrove said.

On Thursday, the state identified 220 new infections out of just under 14,000 tests performed, a positivity rate of just under 1.6 percent.

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BRANFORD — If there is fair weather starting at 11 a.m., Sept. 26, folks may see all manner of boats flying Trump and Blue Lives Matter flags while cruising on the Branford River and off Branford Point.

The board issued a cease and desist order to a woman without a Connecticut medical license who performed a procedure that led to an infection.

GUILFORD — For the health and safety of visitors and staff, the interior spaces at the Henry Whitfield State Museum are closed at least through the rest of 2020, according to a statement. The small rooms and poor ventilation in both historic buildings on the property – the Whitfield House an…

Timothy Foye, 32, of New Haven and John Thomas, 47 of Meriden were both charged with second-degree-robbery and second-degree larceny, as well as conspiracy to commit both offenses.

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When the recent microburst hit, I was in my home office, still operating on the “tornado watch” mode online from my local TV station. From the other room, my husband started yelling “Get the cats! Tornado warning!”

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Madison’s Joe Deane was a star lacrosse player who could recognize plays before they happened, a strapping guy who protected kids from bullies, a charismatic figure who changed the air in any room he entered, his mother Lisa Deane remembered.