The playgrounds at West Vine Street and Deans Mill schools will remain closed to the public due to vandalism and pet owners not cleaning up dog excrement.
The year after aquarium President Stephen Coan was paid more than a half-milion dollars, a state rescue package included forgiveness of a $2.6 million loan balance.
Norwich school district will use federal COVID-19 recovery dollars to bring back sports, instrumental music, chorus to city schools.
A COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday for anyone age 12 and up at UCFS health center at 47 Town St. in Norwich.
Rep. Joe Courtney announced that seven institutions of higher education will get funding from the American Rescue Plan.
Economic stimulus is the fundamental reason for federal covid relief funding; more, safer and better-paying jobs for thousands of workers would help to achieve that and also improve the lives of patients.
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Lamont also pushed for 12- to 15-year-olds to get vaccinated, during remarks on Thursday.
Unionized nursing home workers have agreed to postpone planned strikes on Friday at 26 facilities
The city expects to receive the first half of the $21 million awarded to the city in the American Rescue Plan soon but wants more guidance on how it can be spent.
The New London Homeless Hospitality Center is providing free aid to individuals seeking to complete applications for the state’s UniteCT emergency rental and utility assistance program.
Vaccine providers in Connecticut say those in this age group can get the vaccine as early as Thursday, at locations offering the Pfizer vaccine.
Saint Bernard welcomed Gov. Ned Lamont on Tuesday in an event highlighting the release of COVID-19 relief funds to private and parochial schools.
Connecticut’s COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to rise, putting the state on track for its May 19 reopening date, Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday.
Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, announced Monday that more than $121 million in American Rescue Plan funding is making its way to eastern Connecticut schools.