New London had its second resident test positive for COVID-19 Monday, and Preston had its first reported positive case Monday.
I can’t wait to see the robins strutting about my yard, tugging and pulling worms out of the ground. For me, that’s a sign that spring has sprung.
Since Sunday, an additional 578 Connecticut residents had tested positive for COVID-19 and two more have died.
Restrictions and a deadly unknown enemy are causing those in the funeral trade to adapt and innovate.
Amid concerns about providing adequate social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut has suspended its mobile food pantries sites “until further notice.”
Norwich Public Works Department employee Vinnie Wawrzynowicz removes a basketball rim and net at the playground at the former Buckingham School on Monday.
Carolyn Keatley joins a group of people from her gym as they keep their distance while working out at McCook Point Park in East Lyme on Monday.
Connecticut is ahead of national figures on census completion rates so far, and the more people do it online, the less time census workers have to spend going door-to-door.
In Connecticut, Monday's average price was $2.16, down almost 13 cents in a week. The average price in the New London-Norwich area was $2.11.
An emergency order issued by First Selectman Rob Brule Monday closed town parks, beaches, basketball courts and other spaces to the public.
Surfers walk along Misquamicut State Beach in Westerly Monday as they prepare to ride the waves.
School secretaries, health aides and library workers here have been laid off or soon will be, according to the union that represents them.
The Town’s Economic Development Division has created a list of resources for local businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The April 9 hearing will be streamed on Facebook Live and there will be a dial in option for those listening by phone who want to comment. The board is also asking those who want to comment to do so by submitting written testimony.
A new initiative here is aimed at helping both local restaurants and their employees survive the impact of the coronavirus as well as provide food to residents in need.
A New London man was cited for reckless driving after police say the car he was driving hit a mailbox, flipped and rolled over multiple times early Friday.
A Niantic woman was arrested Saturday after police say she attacked another person with a pair of scissors during a domestic incident.
Emmanual Thomas-Brown, is described as black, five-feet, 4 inches tall, 110 pounds with black hair and eyes.