DEAR ABBY: I got divorced a year ago. Before it became final, there were many court appearances. My husband told my mother we were divorcing because I was unfaithful, which is true. What he didn't say was I felt neglected,...
Members of the staff of the Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence have tested positive for COVID-19, though officials declined to specify the number of people involved or the facility or facilities where they work.
The Lawrence + Memorial Auxiliary's Community Outreach Committee forged relationships with social workers at New London and Waterford nursing homes, and for the past several months has been delivering personalized goodies.
House and Senate negotiators have reached a deal on a final version of a defense policy bill that restores funding for the Virginia-class submarine program and authorizes billions for Connecticut’s defense industry.
The president said he would veto the bill if it doesn’t include a repeal of Section 230 of a 1996 federal law that protects internet companies from being held liable for material posted by their users.
The 2015 academy graduate, who recently began his job as the superintendent's aide, spent much of this year at sea on a Navy destroyer running drug cases in the Caribbean Sea and Eastern Pacific Ocean.