Everything you need to know about what's open and what's still closed under the delayed plan.
Should Tina Charles not play, she’d join fellow Huskies (and former teammates) Maya Moore, Renee Montgomery and Tiffany Hayes in sitting out of the 2020 season.
The state police troopers union is sharply questioning Gov. Ned Lamont’s recent executive order banning choke holds - saying that they are already banned and Lamont is politicizing the issue for his “own political benefit.‘'
State Attorney General William Tong called the policy “cruel and pointless.” Scores of students and administrators from colleges across the state have called his office since the Trump administration announced the rules on Monday.
It's been hard to keep up with movie releases with everything else going on in the world, but Stacker has compiled a list of the best so far this year, using data from Metacritic and IMDb.
The Middletown common council will vote in early August on whether to name the new middle school after the Beman family, who were leaders of the states free Black communities and prominent abolitionists, amid pressure from alumni of the former Woodrow Wilson Middle School to keep the school building named after the 28th president.
In Connecticut, nearly 8,600 businesses received loans from the federal government through a $660 billion stimulus package that helped small businesses stay afloat during the pandemic.
Terrence Bogan, a recent graduate of Mark T. Sheehan High School in Wallingford, won the high school division of Broadway World’s Next on Stage singing competition.
After 76 years and a DNA investigation, the identities of five victims from the Hartford Circus Fire remains a mystery.
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Since March 10, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Connecticut have grown from two to nearly 5,000 and there have been more than 130 reported deaths from the virus.
- Drive-in movie theaters making a comeback during coronavirus pandemic; here’s where and when you can go to one in ConnecticutDrive-in movies in Barkhamsted and Mansfield are reopening this month after being shuttered due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions on large gatherings.
- As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, video games can offer escape and connectionVideo games are a great way to be social in the era of social distancing. When you run out of things to talk about, you can embark on a shared adventure in a virtual landscape devoid of pandemic news or worries. Talking and interacting with others, whether it’s a friend who lives across the country or down the road, is an important part of keeping the loneliness at bay during the lockdown.
- Empty seats and temperature checks: Going to theaters and concerts in Connecticut will look much different after coronavirusConnecticut's arts and entertainment venues are cautiously looking forward to reopening after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted. What will the new reality look like, and will people feel comfortable gathering in groups again?
- Connecticut’s summer restaurants are facing an uncertain season due to coronavirus restrictionsMany seasonal eateries in Connecticut are facing an uncertain summer due to COVID-19 concerns.
- Connecticut is starting to reopen. What does that mean for social distancing guidelines and getting together with friends and family?As Connecticut launches its first phase of reopening on Wednesday, social distancing guidelines will remain in place throughout the state at outdoor dining areas, retail stores, and other destinations.
Keep up on the latest restaurant, retail and other business openings in the Greater Hartford area.
Since coronavirus has started to spread in the U.S., many restaurants have closed their doors to dine-in customers, shifting to delivery and takeout only. Is it safe to eat a meal handled by cooks and delivery people? Is it safe to go to the grocery store? There are a lot of food questions surrounding COVID-19, so The Daily Meal checked in with the expert sources to determine the answers. (Taylor Rock, The Daily Meal)