Norwich is lifting its indoor mask mandate while New London’s is being extended for another month and Groton's will continue indefinitely.
Nine of the 11 candidates running for Norwich Board of Education participated in a debate Tuesday night at Norwich Free Academy.
Several staff members of the Norwich Police Department have contracted COVID-19, prompting the closure of the police station lobby to the public.
A town meeting vote will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at the high school on a proposed plan to spend $5.2 million in federal COVID-19 aid.
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The city is offering up to $10,000 in grant funding.
The town and city plan to seek public comments on how to spend millions of dollars in federal coronavirus relief funds.
With eradication unlikely, doctors and public health experts are looking at how we live with COVID-19 for years to come.
Board of Finance Chairman Camille Alberti, also a candidate for first selectman, calls for a pause on pandemic relief spending while others say time is of the essence.
State Rep. Greg Howard, R-Stonington, has asked the state to modify the current 10-day quarantine rule so students don't miss as much class.
Have you seen a change in the extent or amount of disruptive behavior among children? Is social media playing into the situation? Are staffing shortages affecting your child's education? Do you feel discipline is being carried out effectively?
Norwich parents used the chat section of Tuesday's Facebook Live school board meeting to air complaints they could not voice to the board directly.
Meanwhile, vaccination rates are fluctuating among nursing home residents; high turnover of short-term residents has some facilities now reporting rates as low as 66%.
Republican leaders in Connecticut are condemning a GOP lawmaker’s social media posts comparing Gov. Ned Lamont to Hitler.