'I'm really worried': Connecticut medical experts say COVID-19 cases will spike after Thanksgiving
Dalila Argaez Wendlandt has been unanimously confirmed to a seat on the highest court in Massachusetts
Voters ratified the so-called “lockbox” amendment that prohibits state officials from spending the funds on something else.
Now that the holidays have arrived, along with the second wave of the coronavirus and cold weather that makes outdoor visits with family difficult, the loneliness, boredom and depression of longterm care residents could deepen.
A record 1.86 million Connecticut residents voted in the Nov. 3 election, a turnout of nearly 80% of registered voters despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic
Rhode Island will provide an additional $100 million in relief to businesses and residents expected to suffer during a two-week period of new restrictions starting Monday meant to control the current spread of the coronavirus
Three servers at a Rhode Island restaurant received a tip for over $2,000 from two generous patrons last week
Two New York City police officers shot and killed an off-duty college security officer after he opened fire and wounded them as they responded to a domestic violence call at his home
Purdue Pharma says its guilty plea over its role in the opioid crisis is “an essential step to preserve billions of dollars of value for creditors.”
Connecticut businesses that violate the state’s COVID-19 restrictions and capacity limits will now be subject to fines of $10,000 per violation beginning Thursday.
The search for the four-member crew of a Maine fishing boat that sank off Massachusetts is continuing
New York City’s first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died
Gov. Charlie Baker says Massachusetts is well into planning how to distribute coronavirus vaccines when they begin arriving in the state