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Whether you are craving a mimosa, along with your eggs benedict; a mouthwatering three course meal for $12; a plate of nachos or a California BLT with frites and a Thimble America Ale, there are myriad of takeout options all along the Shoreline.

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SHORELINE — Reports that summer residents are returning to the shoreline during the COVID-19 pandemic has led some town leaders to release warnings they say are aimed at keeping all residents safe.

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REGION — For many of us, it’s the small routines in our daily lives — working out at the gym, meeting up with a friend for coffee, or even our morning commute — that help create a sense of normalcy. Those very daily routines help us escape whatever stress or anxiety we’re experiencing.

Joann Rubino brought her cell phone outside to the balcony and swept the camera around for a neighborhood panorama. The sky blazed a brilliant blue, the apartment buildings an unmistakable burnt sienna.

The coronavirus quarantine has been devastating on the restaurant industry. There’s an expected loss of $225 billion and between 5 and 7 million jobs across the country.

With the shut-down of school districts, along with their spring productions and sports; the businesses we ordinarily spotlight temporarily closing their doors, and the events we preview cancelled or postponed, there’s a new normal at the ShoreLine Times.

SHOREINE — Many business owners were holding their collective breath days before Gov. Ned Lamont made the decision to close all restaurants, bars, movie theaters, gyms, fitness centers and studios, to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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BRANFORD — Late Sunday night, Amy Johansson heard about an elderly couple in the Branford Walmart parking lot asking people to shop for them. A young woman finally said yes. They gave her a list and cash.

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Our girls are married with families of their own, but on March 14 our family will get together a few days early to enjoy our March 17 St. Patrick’s Day corned beef, potatoes, carrots and cabbage boiled dinner with Irish soda bread. It’s one of our family’s favorite meals!