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Red Cross helping 37 people displaced by four Connecticut firesNEW HAVEN  The American Red Cross says it is helping 37 people in Connecticut after fires damaged their homes on Friday and Saturday.

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Police: Man drove wrong way on I-84, struck trooperConnecticut state police arrested a Utah man early Saturday morning after they said he drove the wrong way on a highway, led police on a chase and intentionally struck a trooper, who was not seriously injured.

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Man charged with shooting pregnant womanA Connecticut man has been charged in connection with the shooting of a pregnant woman last weekend, Manchester police said Saturday.

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Plan to expand child tax credit offers hope along with direct paymentsWhen her car started making a noise more than a year ago, Chinara Johnson parked the vehicle and hasn't used it since.

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One year of COVID: A look back at the state's pandemic responseConnecticut is somberly marking a series of grim anniversaries in the state's worst public health calamity since the deadly influenza epidemic of 1918 and 1919 - the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2,&.

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Man Charged With Shooting Pregnant Woman in ManchesterA Connecticut man has been charged in connection with the shooting of a pregnant woman last weekend, Manchester police said Saturday.

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Man Accused of Driving the Wrong Way on I-84 in Southington, Dragging TrooperConnecticut State Police have arrested a man who is accused of driving the wrong way on Interstate 84 west in Southington and dragging a trooper early Saturday morning.

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2 Injured After Car Speeds Through Stop Sign, Lands Near House in Ansonia: PDTwo people were taken to the hospital after a car sped through a stop sign and landed between a cement wall and a house in Ansonia on Friday morning.

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Red Cross helping 37 people displaced by Connecticut firesNEW HAVEN, Conn. — The American Red Cross says it is helping 37 people in Connecticut after fires damaged their homes on Friday and Saturday.

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Man Apologizes, But Is Denied Parole in West Haven Woman's ShootingA man who shot a woman he’d barely met in the face outside a Connecticut bar has apologized to her six years later as a parole board denied his request for release.

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UConn Gives Contract Extensions to Coaches Hurley, EdsallThe University of Connecticut announced Friday that it has agreed to two-year contract extensions for football coach Randy Edsall and men’s basketball coach Dan Hurley.

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Man Arrested After Manchester ShootingA man was arrested following a shooting incident in Manchester last week. Manchester police arrested 32-year-old Corey Jenkins at approximately 5:30 p.m.

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ATV Crash in Wallingford Under InvestigationAn ATV crash in Wallingford is under investigation on Saturday afternoon. Emergency crews were called to an ATV accident on Hanover Street around 1:45 p.m.

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ONE YEAR LATER: CT Hospital Employee Marked 1st Case of COVID-19 Connected to the StateOne year ago, a Connecticut hospital employee tested positive for coronavirus, marking the first case connected to the state.

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Connecticut Just Made Race-Based Hair Discrimination Illegal at School and in the WorkplaceConnecticut is the eighth state to sign The CROWN Act into law, making it illegal for schools and employers to discriminate against the way people, specifically Black women, wear their hair.

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Meriden House Fire Caused by Unattended Cooking: OfficialsAn early morning house fire in Meriden was caused by unattended cooking, according to fire crews.

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Yale-New Haven Health Begins Administering Johnson and Johnson Vaccine At Mohegan SunSaturday marked the first time eligible patients could begin receiving Johnson and Johnson's one-shot coronavirus vaccine at Mohegan Sun.

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Proposed Expansion of Gun Seizure Law in Conn. Sparks DebateA proposal to expand Connecticut’s gun seizure law to allow relatives and medical professionals to ask judges to order people’s guns to be taken away from them drew spirited testimony by supporters and opponents before a legislative committee Friday.

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UConn Welcomes 200 Frontline Workers to Saturday's GameUConn Athletics is welcoming approximately 200 frontline workers to their men's basketball game this Saturday.

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Man Injured in Drive-By Shooting in AnsoniaPolice are investigating after a man was injured in a drive-by shooting in Ansonia early Saturday morning.

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Vaccine: Town by townThe latest figures on the vaccination program in Connecticut show that almost 18% of the states population has received a first dose of a vaccine.

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Bridge in Greenwich: Studying the strategies of bidding on the passed handDo you miss playing bridge in person? Test yourself with our series of quizzes on the...

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Vernon Adds Free Medical Consultations to COVID-19 Vaccination ClinicThe Town of Vernon is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday and is also adding a health and wellness component with free medical consultations to the event.

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The Dish: Greenwich's Jane Condon to join Ladies of Laughter for night of comedyOut there& The Friends of Greenwich Library is hosting an evening of laughs with the Ladies of Laughter from 7 to 8 p.m.

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Mother of Teens Killed in Apparent Murder-Suicide in Watertown ArrestedThe mother of two teens who were shot and killed by her boyfriend in Watertown in 2019 has been arrested in connection to the incident.

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RTM to consider proposed blight ordinance for GreenwichThe proposal outlines how to define a blighted property, whether it is occupied or not,...

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Wanted Connecticut Man Awaiting Extradition After Arrest in Northumberland CountyTURBOT TOWNSHIP –A Connecticut man wanted for at least four arson cases was taken into custody in Northumberland County. State police in Milton say they were contacted by Connecticut state police after 37-year old Richard White of Torrington, Connecticut was located traveling on Interstate 80 westbound through the Valley.

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A Chilly Weekend Before A Big Warm UpWe kick off the weekend with partly sunny skies and cool temperatures Saturday. Temperatures will hang right around the freezing mark Saturday with breezy wind...

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Connecticut Just Made Race-Based Hair Discrimination Illegal at School and in the WorkplaceConnecticut became the latest state to sign The CROWN Act this week, deeming it illegal to discriminate against a person's hair at school or in the workplace.

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Frequently asked questions about moving back to my hometownMany people are moving across country as a direct result of the pandemic. In fact, my girlfriend and I are relocating to my hometown of Des Moines, IA next month.

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Donyell Marshall out as coach at Central Connecticut StateEx-NBA player Donyell Marshall won't be returning to coach Central Connecticut State for a sixth season.

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New York cinemas reopen, brightening outlook for theatersAfter growing cobwebs for nearly a year, movie theaters in New York City reopen Friday, returning film titles to Manhattan marquees that had for the last 12 months instead read messages like "Wear a mask" and "We'll be back soon."

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Proposed expansion of Conn. gun seizure law sparks debateA proposal to expand Connecticut's gun seizure law to allow relatives and medical professionals to ask judges to order people's guns to be taken away from them drew spirited testimony by supporters and opponents before a legislative committee Friday.

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Rhode Island pays out millions in fake unemployment claimsRhode Island has received nearly 427,000 suspected fraudulent unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic, of which more than 56,000 have been confirmed to be phony, the state Department of Labor and Training said Friday.

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West Hartford Mayor Proposes Ordinance To Continue Expanded Outdoor DiningAlthough capacity limitations will be eliminated at restaurants on March 19, there is one community that is still placing a heavy emphasis on outdoor dining....

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This $35 bowl sold at a Connecticut yard sale is worth $500,000A small porcelain bowl bought for $35 at a yard sale in Connecticut turned out to be a rare, 15th-century Chinese artifact estimated to be worth between $300,000 and $500,000.

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New York lawmakers move to roll back Cuomo's COVID-19 powers amid scandalsNew York lawmakers approved a measure Friday scaling back Gov. Andrew Cuomos sweeping emergency powers enacted last year during the height of the.

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Vernon Hosts Its First Vaccine Clinic Offering Johnson and Johnson VaccineHundreds of people received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Vernon on Friday. The town is holding clinics around the region, and starting Saturday, they’re hoping to help people with other health concerns.

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COVID-19 Positivity Rate Below 2%; Hospitalizations Continue to DeclineConnecticut's COVID-19 test positivity rate came in at 1.84% Friday as hospitalizations continue to decline, continuing positive trends.

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A bargain hunter paid $35 for a pretty Chinese bowl at a Connecticut yard sale. It turned out to be a 15th Century Ming Dynasty 'lotus bowl' worth $50It is thought to date back to the reign of the Yongle Emperor, the third ruler of the Ming Dynasty between 1403-1424.

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Lawmakers ready to help people cope with today's woesDuring the 2021 legislative session, Democratic and Republican Connecticut legislators have submitted bills seeking to address issues related to mental health, substance-abuse and disabilities.

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Connecticut taxpayers need a KISSLate last month, Gov. Ned Lamont invoked the KISS principle to explain his reordering of the sequence of eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations.

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State liabilities still unfundedGov. Ned Lamont and his predecessor, Dannel P. Malloy, often decried the notion of kicking Connecticuts financial can down the road.

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November 2020We kicked off the month right with a trip to the Dinosaur Place one day when Kim was working.

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Governor Lamont Signs Off on CROWN ActGov. Ned Lamont has signed the CROWN Act, a bill aimed at stopping discrimination in the workplace and schools against natural hairstyles.

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Connecticut's Reopening Plan Puts Pressure on New JerseyAfter Connecticut announced it would be lifting many capacity limits, some New Jersey businesses now want to know when their restrictions will be lifted too....

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Lamont To Ease Connecticut COVID Restrictions On First Day Of SpringConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont has eased some COVID-19 restrictions. He has eliminated indoor dining capacity limits for restaurants and increased the capacity for sports and entertainment venues beginning March 19.

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UConn gives contract extensions to coaches Hurley, EdsallSTORRS, Conn.  The University of Connecticut announced Friday that it has agreed to two-year contract extensions for football coach Randy Edsall and mens basketball coach Dan Hur...

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Wethersfield Man Leaves Hospital After 109 Days Battling COVIDA 62-year-old Wethersfield man shared his story leaving the hospital after 109 days fighting COVID-19.

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Connecticut Officially Passes the Crown Act, Making Hair Discrimination IllegalConnecticut the eighth state to sign the Crown Act into law, making it illegal for schools and employers to discriminate against the way people wear their hair.

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3 Cases to Watch Before the Connecticut Supreme Court in March and AprilThe cases deal with criminal matters construction and insurance.

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Reflecting on COVID-19 One Year LaterOne year ago today NBC Connecticut spoke with infectious disease expert Dr. Virginia Bieluch about the novel coronavirus.

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Republicans on key committee oppose no-excuse absentee ballot votingSome members of the Republican minority in the General Assembly signaled Friday they will try to block fast-track action on a constitutional amendment that would allow no-excuse voting by absentee ballot.

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CT Travel Restrictions to Be Lifted Later This MonthTravelers reacted to the news that Connecticut's travel advisory will change from mandatory to a recommendation on March 19.

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New Haven High School Students Will Have Option of In-Person Learning in AprilNew Haven high school students will have the option of returning to the classroom on April 5, the district announced Friday.

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Family Spaces Keeping Restrictions After State Relaxes RulesConnecticut will reopen the state even more on March 19, eliminating most capacity restrictions. That means museums, libraries, and other places that cater to...

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Travelers React to Plans to Lift State Travel Restrictions"It's going to be easier and maybe there will be more people that will start to fly," Gary Thompson said.

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1 Year After NBC CT Coronavirus Q and A: Infectious Disease Expert ReflectsFriday marked one year since Dr. Virginia Bieluch answered your questions on an NBC Connecticut Facebook live about this concerning, new sickness at the time, called COVID-19.

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New Haven Streets Closed Near Unstable House Damaged by FireAn intersection in New Haven has been closed for most of the day over concerns a house damaged in a fire could collapse.

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Connecticut Educational Network bringing free, high-speed public Wi-Fi to MiddletownRussell Library and City Hall will be installing access points at no cost to taxpayers in...

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Connecticut's First COVID-19 Patient Looks Back at Ordeal 1 Year LaterA Wilton man who was the first person in Connecticut diagnosed with COVID-19 last March, looks back at what he went through one year after his diagnosis.

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Connecticut To Change Travel Rules From Mandates To RecommendationsGovernor Ned Lamont has announced the upcoming revision of Connecticuts COVID-19 travel policies, shifting them from mandatory restrictions to recommended guidance.

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Donyell Marshall out after five seasons at Central Connecticut StateDonyell Marshall is out as the head coach at Central Connecticut State, the school announced Friday.

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After Emotional Debate, Committee Sends Aid-In-Dying To HouseLawmakers on the public health committee struggled Friday with a bill that allows a terminally-ill person to end their life.

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Donyell Marshall steps down as Central Connecticut men's basketball coachDonyell Marshall spent five years as the head coach of the Blue Devils. Central was 5-16...

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Police: Greenwich man sold ecstasy that sent some minors to hospitalThe police department's narcotics unit developed information that Farhaan Rajput, 20, of Brookside Drive, was selling ecstasy pills to young people, according to the arrest report, and "some of his customers were as young as 14 years old."

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SEEC opens investigation into Arora's campaign spendingThe State Elections Enforcement Commission has launched an investigation into Rep. Harry Arora after a town resident filed a complaint accusing his campaign of misusing funds in his past two races for the state legislature.

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Aid-in-dying bill clears key hurdle with committee passageA bill that would let terminally ill patients access medication to end their lives cleared a crucial hurdle Friday as the legislature's Public Health Committee voted to send the measure to the House floor.

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Man Found Dead in Meriden Apartment as Police Investigated Possible Drug OverdoseMeriden police are investigating the discovery of a dead man inside a home on Olive Street on Friday morning.

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12 Rabbits Dead, 1 Person Hospitalized After Fire in TollandTwelve rabbits are dead, one person was taken to the hospital and four people are displaced after a fire in Tolland Friday morning, according to fire officials....

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230-year-old Connecticut farmstead with original 18th-century details asks $1.2MA charming 18th-century farmstead in Connecticut's Fairfield County is on the market for $1,150,000. Located on two private acres at 289 Nod Hill Road in Wilton, the property includes a four-bedroom main house, a barn, four additional detached structures, and a chicken coop.

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UConn Extends Contracts With Coaches Hurley and EdsallThe University of Connecticut athletics department has extended the contracts of head men's basketball coach Dan Hurley and head football coach Randy Edsall....

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Gov. Lamont Opens Connecticut Fishing Season EarlyConnecticut anglers got a welcomed surprise Thursday when Gov. Ned Lamont announced he was opening fishing season early.

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‘You never know what your DNA's gonna bring up': Connecticut women find out they're biological sisters after working at the same restaurantWhen Cassandra Madison met Julia Tinetti working at the Russian Lady restaurant in New Haven, Connecticut, they knew they had a lot in common.

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Judge Dismisses Norwich Woman's Lawsuit Over Slave Portraits at HarvardA Massachusetts state judge has dismissed a lawsuit from a Connecticut woman who said Harvard University illegally owned photos of her enslaved ancestors and refused to turn them over.

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Woman Charged With Murder After Fatal Shooting in MiddletownAn Alabama woman has been charged with murder after a fatal shooting at a home in Middletown Monday night.

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What's Open, What's Closed as CT Plans to Relax Some COVID RestrictionsConnecticut will soon lift some COVID restrictions that have been in place for nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic started.

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Massachusetts construction accident victim from ConnecticutCAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The construction worker who died when a concrete stairwell collapsed at a city-owned parking garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this week has been identified by authorities as&.

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The Library and Searching for SlaveryJames Mars didn’t complain of “many things, ” but one thing troubled him his entire life: the lack of “opportunity to go to school as much as I should, for all the books I ever had in school were a spelling-book, a primer, a Testament, a reading-book called Third Part, and after that a Columbian Orator.” Mr.

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Lamont's executive order opens fishing season nowSTATE — Gov. Ned Lamont announced Thursday he has signed an executive order removing closed seasons for fishing on all inland waters in Connecticut, and opening other lakes, ponds, rivers and streams to fishing statewide, effective Thursday.

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'DAZZLE: A Garden Of Glass' Begins March 6 At Connecticut's Beardsley ZooThe zoo will host award-winning glass artist Peter Greenwood in a 500-piece Show in the Historic Victorian Greenhouse.

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Lamont To Ease Connecticut COVID Restrictions On First Day Of SpringConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont has eased some COVID-19 restrictions. He has eliminated indoor dining capacity limits for restaurants and increased the capacity for sports and entertainment venues beginning March 19.

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Connecticut Guard assists with vaccinations for school staffConnecticut National Guard members from the 103rd Airlift Wing supported a clinic set up at Saint Francis Hospital to vaccinate 1,500 teachers and staff from Hartford Public Schools March 4-5.

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Connecticut fishing season opens early to give anglers a safe activity during the pandemicOn Thursday, Gov. Ned Lamont signed an executive order that removed closed seasons for fishing on all inland waters in the state and opened more lakes, ponds, rivers and streams to fishing across Connecticut.

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Raufeon Stots and Josh Hill To Wager Win Streaks In Bellator 258 PairingBellator has booked an important fight for their bantamweight division on May 7th, pairing Raufeon Stots up with Josh Hill for Bellator 258.

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'They've won the lottery:' A day in the life of a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in CT"The world seems a little brighter," one recipient said after getting a dose of the...

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Lopez Anuarbe on vaccine rolloutAs Connecticut undertakes the largest, fastest vaccine rollout in history, Associate Professor of Economics is serving on multiple state committees to help make the process as equitable as possible for vulnerable communities.

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Study highlights economic impact of recycling in ConnecticutAccording to the study, residential recycling results in $1,159 million in total economic output in the state.

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Police: Danbury trio assaulted man in South NorwalkPolice said the three suspects knew the victim and assaulted him during a confrontation...

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Connecticut Officially Passes the Crown Act, Making Hair Discrimination IllegalEstablished by the Crown Coalition, a group of brands and nonprofits including Dove, the National Urban League, and Color of Change, the Crown Act ensures that a person who chooses to wear their hair natural or in protective styles, such as braids, locs, and twists, will not be penalized.

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Connecticut COVID Travel Advisory to Go From Mandate to Recommended Guidance on March 19 No Longer Requiring QuarantinesConnecticut's COVID-19 travel advisory, that long required travelers quarantine or test negative after traveling to or from coronavirus hotspot states, will become recommended guidance on March 19, instead of a requirement, Gov.

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Connecticut eases some virus-related restrictionsConnecticut will be relaxing many coronavirus-related restrictions in two weeks on businesses, theaters, churches and travel but will be keeping the statewide mask mandate, Gov.

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Connecticut passes CROWN Act to ban discrimination against natural hairConnecticut is the latest state to ban discriminating against natural hair in the workplace and at schools.

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Insects Around The World Are Disappearing. What Can We Do About It?This hour, we talk with the scientists and journalists trying to make sense of the precipitous decline in insect populations around the world.

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Connecticut Democrats urge U.S. Congress to pass the COVID-19 relief bill so schools and municipalities can get back on trackThe COVID-19 relief bill awaiting a U.S. Senate vote would bring $2.75 billion to state government in Connecticut, along with additional funds for education, vaccination distribution and municipal aid.

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Generous retailer replenishes destroyed PPE for local fire departmentFollowing a recent string of four targeted arson attacks on ambulance companies in Connecticut, Ocean State Job Lot has donated $11,900 of critical personal protective equipment to the Roxbury Fire Department, which had its entire stockpile of PPE destroyed in the attack.

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Encouraging COVID-19 numbers in Greenwich schools at start of MarchThe rate of new COVID-19 cases reported in the school district has recently plunged,...

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Man, Woman Shot in New HavenPolice are investigating after a man and a woman were shot in New Haven on Thursday afternoon.

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Connecticut Politics Week in Review: Gov. Ned Lamont eases more COVID-19 restrictions, but mask rule remainsLamont eases more COVID-19 restrictions, but mask rule remains: In the largest move yet to roll back coronavirus restrictions that have been in place for nearly a year, Lamont Thursday said starting later this month restaurants, houses of worship, offices and other businesses will be allowed to reopen at 100% capacity.

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The Day / Friends and Neighbors / News from southeastern ConnecticutArea residents are recognized for their accomplishments.

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Ned Lamont's year in the shadow of COVIDThe coronavirus has brought death, economic dislocation, and anger over who should get priority for scarce vaccines.

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Police: Truck hits train overpass in South NorwalkThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is responding to investigate since the overpass...

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Maryland lawmakers weigh competing legalization bills a€¢ Connecticut poll shows strong support for legalization a€¢ and more&An excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.

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Early Morning Earthquake Hits West HartfordDid you feel it? A small earthquake hit West Hartford early this morning and several surrounding towns felt it too.

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Connecticut removing capacity limits in two weeksAnother state is moving to end capacity restrictions amid rapidly loosening COVID-19 restrictions. Connecticut will allow restaurants, bars, gyms, and several other stores return to normal beginning Friday, March 19th.

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Senior to sell Senior Aerospace Connecticut for USD74 millionAlliance News) - Â Senior PLC on Friday said it is selling its helicopter parts business to PCX Aerosystems LLC for USD74 million.

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As industries falter during COVID-19, one Eastern Connecticut initiative keeps filling jobsDespite COVID, the Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative has sustained 95% job placement among students in the program before and during the pandemic.

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Coyotes In ConnecticutCoyotes In Connecticut - Groton, CT - Below is a summary of the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection web page on living with Coyotes.

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Connecticut COVID Travel Advisory to Go From Mandate to Recommended Guidance on March 19 No Longer Requiring QuarantinesConnecticut's COVID-19 travel advisory, that long required travelers quarantine or test negative after traveling to or from coronavirus hotspot states, will become recommended guidance on March 19, instead of a requirement, Gov.

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State Regulators Urged to Pump Brakes on Eversource Rate HikeA rate hike that amounts to more than $12 for the average monthly household power bill in Connecticut is getting some pushback.

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Connecticut should work to reduce rates of inmate calling servicesAMany telecommunications issues are really complicated and only interesting to a handful of policy-oriented folks.

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The public health bill no one is talking about, but should beOn February 16, the legislature's Public Health Committee conducted a public hearing on two bills, S.B. 568 and H.B. 6423, both of which would eliminate the religious exemption to mandatory vaccinations for Connecticut schoolchildren. The hearing was capped at 24 hours, depriving nearly 1,500 members of the public who had registered for the...

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Students need more resources, fewer officers"School resource officer" is just a nice way to say cop. But what students really need is more resource and less officer.

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Linemen Restore Power Following Connecticut Wind StormCrews worked in bitterly cold temperatures to get the lights back on following strong winds in Connecticut.

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Cambridge Garage Stairway Collapse: Worker Killed Is IdentifiedThe man who died during a stairway collapse at a construction site at a city-owned parking garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Tuesday has been identified....

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Summer Jobs Available As Amusement Parks Prepare To OpenThere's still a chill in the air but it's not too early to start preparing for summer, especially, if you're one of many hoping to secure a fun summer...

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Businesses React to Lifting of Capacity RestrictionsFor about a year, businesses have dealt with various restrictions, and eliminating the capacity is news many say they're glad to hear.

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Connecticut DPH Releases New Youth Sports Guidelines; Football, Wrestling AllowedAs Governor Ned Lamont eased COVID-19 restrictions across all sectors, some new sports got the green light to start playing again.

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Connecticut Lifts Capacity Limits For Restaurants, Other BusinessesWith the state's COVID numbers plunging below two percent, and with nearly a quarter of the state having received at least an initial COVID vaccine...

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This is How Much a Typical Home Costs in ConnecticutFor many, homeownership is the cornerstone of the American Dream. As of January 2021, a typical single-family home in the United States costs $269,039.

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In Third Fight With Cancer, Fairfield Hockey Goalie Finds Strength in FamilyIf you're driving around Fairfield or really, just keeping your eyes peeled anywhere in the state, you might see hockey sticks out on doorsteps....

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Body Found in Willimantic River in WillimanticPolice pulled a body from the Willimantic River off Riverside Drive in Willimantic Thursday afternoon.

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Restaurants and other business can go back to full capacity on March 19 as Lamont rolls back COVID restrictions in CTGov. Ned Lamont said Thursday that Connecticut will eliminate capacity limits on restaurants, houses of worship, retailers and most businesses on March 19, but will retain mandates for social distancing and masks as a precaution against a resurgence of COVID-19.

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MAPS: Which towns have done best in vaccinations?The latest figures on the vaccination program in Connecticut show that almost 18% of the states population has received a first does of a vaccine.

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Committee Debates Housing As A Human Right BillThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed our perception of housing as a basic need. The legislature's housing committee debated legislation Thursday to make sure...

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Connecticut Ranks 2nd in the U.S. for Vaccinating VeteransThere's vaccine momentum for Connecticut’s veterans - nearly 55% of veterans eligible for care through the VA Connecticut’s Healthcare system are now vaccinated.

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Connecticut Lifting All Covid-19 Capacity Restrictions On Businesses Including Restaurants And GymsSocial distancing protocols will still be in place and face masks will be required, and there will be some restrictions: theaters will remain restricted to 50% capacity, restaurants are limited to eight people per table and must close at 11 p.m.

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Connecticut Spares 110,000 Covid-19 Telecommuters From Double Taxation For 2020, But What About 2021?For now, Connecticut legislators put in a quick fix. Connecticut residents who used to commute to work in offices in New York and Massachusetts but worked from home in 2020 because their offices were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic will get a tax credit on their Connecticut tax return for income taxes paid to the other state, under a rescue...

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Connecticut based equine therapy program expands into MaineDanielle Roberts has been riding horses since she was a child, now she's been a PATH International certified equine specialist in mental health.

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Connecticut Reaches Multi-State Settlement With Robocall OperatorConnecticut has reached a settlement with a robocall operation that Attorney General William Tong said was deceptively collection money in the name of charity.

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C19: Connecticut Reopening?Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont reopens restaurants and retail to full capacity, but some experts say it may be too soon.

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State playing game of chanceConnecticut is a step closer to expanding gaming options. Gov. Ned Lamont and James Gessner Jr., chairman of the Mohegan Tribe  one of the two tribes that currently have exclusive rights to...

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Woodstock School Workers Receive COVID-19 VaccineEducation workers in Woodstock received dose one of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday. Day Kimball Healthcare hosted the clinic, expecting to vaccinate...

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Governor Lamont Signs Order Opening Connecticut's Fishing Season EarlyGovernor Ned Lamont today announced that he has signed an executive order removing closed seasons for fishing on all inland waters in Connecticut, and opening additional lakes, ponds, as well as rivers and streams to fishing statewide, effective today.

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PMJA Continuing Coverage: Covering Coronavirus In ConnecticutWhen COVID shut down our newsroom, we, like many others, found ways to keep the radio on and the reporting going, all while working from our closets, basements, and spare rooms across the state.

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Connecticut eases some virus-related restrictionsHARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut will eliminate coronavirus-related capacity limits on restaurants, houses of worship and other spaces in two weeks as infections and hospitalizations are declining, Gov.

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Connecticut easing coronavirus restrictions, lifting capacity limits at some businessesConnecticut is easing some of its coronavirus-related restrictions as infections and hospitalizations are declining and vaccinations continue, Gov.

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Connecticut Advocates Testify To Make Housing A Right For AllFair housing advocates in Connecticut want lawmakers to declare housing a right for all residents of the state.

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Governor Lamont Announces Plans To Ease Some COVID-19 Restrictions in ConnecticutGovernor Ned Lamont today announced that in the coming days he plans to revise some requirements that were implemented in Connecticut in the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly when it comes to those relating to capacity levels and travel restrictions.

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Body Found in Branford MarshBranford police are investigating the discovery of a body in a marsh. The body was found Thursday in the Stony Creek section of Branford.

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How To Get The Vaccine In Connecticut And New YorkHere's the latest on how to get the COVID-19 vaccine in the region.

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Connecticut A Part Of Interstate Coalition That Stopped $100 Million ScammerConnecticut and 38 other states have reached a settlement with a fake charity network that ran a robocall scam.

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Connecticut Advocates Testify To Make Housing A Right For AllFair housing advocates in Connecticut want lawmakers to declare housing a right for all residents of the state.

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Bowl purchased for $35 at Connecticut yard sale turns out to be ancient Chinese artifact worth up to $500,000Talk about your yard sale finds! A small porcelain bowl bought for $35 at a Connecticut yard sale turned out to be a rare, 15th century Chinese artifact worth between $300,000 and $500,000 that is about to go up for auction at Sotheby's.

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Norwalk leaders, physicians urge people of color to get COVID-19 vaccinePhysicians from Norwalk Hospital and Norwalk Community Health Center took to Mayor Harry Rilling's coronavirus task force town hall to assuage concerns of the city's people of color regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

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DEEP Grants $1.59 Million Toward Reducing PollutionEarlier this week, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection awarded more than $1.5 million dollars in pollution-reducing grants to companies and organizations across the state.

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Connecticut Rolls Back Covid-19 Business RestrictionsThe state is lifting capacity caps on offices, retail shops, restaurants and other businesses, but is keeping its mask mandate in effect.

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1,500 Hartford school staff to be vaccinated this week at pop-up clinicHartford Public Schools launched a mass vaccination pop-up clinic at Saint Francis Hospital on Thursday for school staff in an effort to return more quickly to in-person learning.

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Police sued over shooting death of woman by ex-husbandBRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A Connecticut police department is being sued over the 2019 shooting death of a 70-year-old woman by her ex-husband, on allegations officers could have prevented the killing.

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Connecticut Poll Shows Majority Support For Marijuana Legalization And Expungements As Lawmakers Consider ReformAs the governor of Connecticut steps up his push for to legalize marijuana in the state this year, a new survey shows that the policy has strong support among residents, including a slim majority of Republicans.

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Dr. Thomas ChiThe Specialists Cohort. Dr. Thomas Chi. Im an emergency physician in central CT, treating Covid patients on the front lines, and posting on Facebook between shifts....

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Connecticut passes CROWN Act to ban natural hair discriminationConnecticut is on track to become the next state to pass The Crown Act which bans natural hair discrimination in schools and workplaces.

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Robocall Operation Deceptively Claimed to Support Charities: Attorney GeneralConnecticut is part of a multi-state enforcement action to shut down a deceptive robocall fundraising operation that claimed to support veterans, cancer patients, children, firefighters, and other causes, according to Attorney General William Tong.

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Connecticut school struck by bulletClick here for updates on this story. NEW HAVEN, Connecticut  New Haven police are investigating after a bullet struck a school window this morning.

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Connecticut restaurants will soon reopen at 100% capacityConnecticut will lift all coronavirus-related capacity limits on restaurants and other businesses in two weeks, Gov.

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Celebrate Maple Season in ConnecticutShare on Facebook Share on Twitter March is Maple Season in Connecticut and that means ample opportunities to safely tour sugarhouses, learn about the origins of the maple syrup-making process, participate in tree tapping demonstrations and sample.

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Connecticut expected to ease some virus-related restrictionsHARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut is expected to ease some of its coronavirus-related restrictions as infections and hospitalizations are declining and vaccinations continue, Gov.

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Pressure Intensifies To Bring Students Back To Classrooms; Environmental Group Reckons With Race And Inclusivity In The OutdoorsThe Biden administration and state leaders are pushing to get more students into "in-person" classes again.

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Connecticut will relax Covid-19 lockdown measures, keep mask mandates — RT USA NewsConnecticut's Democrat governor is quietly relaxing his coronavirus lockdown, just days after Texas and Mississippi were denounced by the White House and the national media for lifting mask mandates and wanting to fully reopen.

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Connecticut expected to ease some virus-related restrictionsHARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut is expected to ease some of its coronavirus-related restrictions as infections and hospitalizations are declining and vaccinations continue, Gov.

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Watch Live At 4pm: Governor Lamont Holds Covid-19 Briefing, Announces Next Phase Of ReopeningGov. Ned Lamont is expected to announce the next steps in Connecticut's reopening process at his Thursday afternoon COVID-19 briefing.

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Attorney General to Announce Robocall Enforcement ActionAttorney General William Tong is expected to announce enforcement action surrounding robocalls. Tong has not released any details on what the action may be.

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Few tenants facing eviction have an attorney. Top lawmakers are poised to change that.Legislation that would provide tenants facing eviction the "right to counsel" is a top priority for legislative leaders.

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Connecticut Ranks 2nd in the U.S. for Vaccinating VeteransThere's vaccine momentum for Connecticut's veterans - nearly 55% of veterans eligible for care through the VA Connecticut's Healthcare system are now vaccinated.

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Connecticut Garden Journal: Mountain LaurelIf you're looking for a good, native, evergreen shrub that's an alternative or compliment to your rhododendrons, don't forget the state flower, the mountain laurel or Kalmia latifolia.

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New study ranks Connecticut's roads among the nation's worstConnecticut's roads were ranked among the worst maintained in the nation, according to a new study released by QuoteWizard, an online insurance marketplace.

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NRG Energy will sell Connecticut power plants, including Middletown and Milford locationsThe Princeton, N.J.-based company acquired the generation plants in the late 1990s from the former Northeast Utilities, which was forced to divest from them as part of Connecticut's electric industry deregulation.

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Retired Connecticut cop killed in one-punch attack in Las VegasThomas Driscoll, a 22-year veteran of the Connecticut State Police, died early Sunday from head and neck injuries after being attacked by a stranger on the Las Vegas Strip, police said.

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Vaccine in Connecticut: Another choice available for your protectionThe Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine began arriving in Connecticut on Tuesday and Wednesday, and the state expects a shipment of 30,200 doses of that vaccine this week.

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Where We Teach: One Year In The Virtual ClassroomTeachers were already stretched thin before the COVID-19 pandemic, and now they are being pushed to their limits.

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Educators, Staff in Hartford to Get Vaccinated TodayGovernor Ned Lamont will join Mayor Luke Bronin and several other officials to announce plans to vaccinate educators and staff in Hartford Thursday.

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Chilly Temps Into WeekendNBC Connecticut meteorologists are forecasting a sunny day with more chilly temperature to settle in this afternoon.

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With billions in federal relief on the way to CT, legislators assert their role in deciding how to spend itWith a bill emphasizing its authority to appropriate discretionary federal COVID-19 relief, the budget-writing Appropriations Committee signaled the governor that legislators will play a significant role in deciding how this money is spent.

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Connecticut's RevenuesLast week, Governor Lamont invoked the KISS principle to explain his reordering of the sequence of eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations.

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Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives in ConnecticutThe state is expecting to receive about 39,000 doses this week. Providers started administering the vaccine to people Wednesday morning.

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Connecticut 'vaccine angels' help people get appointments for COVID-19 shotAs more and more people in the state become eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, some are finding it hard to get an appointment - but a group is helping people do just that.

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Expansion of Paid Sick Time to More Connecticut Workers Being Considered by Legislature  Connecticut by the NumbersThe proposal, House Bill 6357, is described as a "significant expansion" by the Connecticut Business and Industry Association and a "critical step to further strengthen Connecticut's stance on paid sick leave and respond to the economic despair faced by too many workers as a result of the pandemic," by Madeline Granato, Policy Director of the...

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The Board of Regents' changes must not shortchange its students or facultyAs a university professor and a lifespan developmental psychologist, I tend to approach my work from a developmental perspective.

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How to close schooling opportunity gaps created by the pandemicWe ask school district leaders to trust your public servants whose daily work life involves assessing student needs and planning or modifying instruction to meet those needs.

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A new guide for schools: How to work with families this springWith months of remote and hybrid learning to go, families and educators continue to adapt and innovate to meet the moment.

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Housing is a human rightNonprofit Accountability Group is a queer - and trans-led group based in Hartford that is dedicated to creating racial equity by directing resources to Black, Indigenous and People of Color and disabled children and families.

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Waterbury Churches a€“ #ThursdayDoorsWaterbury, named for the abundant waterways in and around the city was an early industrial stronghold in Connecticut.

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CT Music: Chris Frantz helps keep arts alive in pandemicREPUBLICAN-AMERICAN The one-year anniversary of Connecticut’s pandemic era is approaching next week. The milestone may not be something all would like to honor, but keeping the...

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Effort to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations Among Vulnerable GroupsThere is a push to get more people in our state vaccinated and make sure no one is left behind.

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Maple Sugaring with New TechnologyThe Green Hollow Sugar House in Plainfield has been increasing their technology over the last several years.

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US state Connecticut is banning discrimination against Black hairConnecticut has become the eighth US state to prohibit discrimination against Black hair by passing the CROWN Act bill on Monday.

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The ‘Unsung Heroes' Keeping CT Moving Amid PandemicNBC Connecticut is shining a light on some of the other critical workforces that have persevered in order to keep Connecticut moving during these difficult...

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The a€˜Unsung Heroes' Keeping CT Moving Amid PandemicThroughout the pandemic, there has been much-deserved praise for frontline essential workers in health care, education, law enforcement and more.

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Crowds Line Streets for FLOTUS, Meriden Native Education Secretary VisitNewly appointed United States Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona's homecoming drew crowds in Meriden Wednesday.

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Bill would create sexual misconduct climate surveys for Connecticut's collegesAnother part of the bill includes providing amnesty to those who report an assault so that they will not be "subject to disciplinary action for violation of a policy of the institution of higher education prohibiting the use of drugs or alcohol."

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Connecticut may achieve herd immunity from COVID-19 as early as this summer, but inequities in vaccines distribution could slow progressAfter a year of restrictions and isolation, Connecticut may be able to reach herd immunity against COVID-19 as soon as late summer or early fall — but experts warn inequities in vaccination rates may leave some towns vulnerable to outbreaks while others are protected from them.

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Connecticut librarians praise decision to remove some Dr. Seuss books because of racist and offensive imageryAmid controversy over the discontinuation of six Dr. Seuss books due to insensitive imagery, a number of educators and librarians across Connecticut emphasized the importance of having children see themselves represented in picture books — and the harm of perpetuating stereotypes in children's literature.

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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Increase in Connecticut, Positivity Rate at 2.23%Connecticut's daily COVID-19 positivity rate fell slightly on Wednesday to 2.23%. Of 22,165 tests done, 494 were positive, according to data from the...

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Eastern Conn. lawmakers upset tribe left out of gaming dealHARTFORD, Conn.  Members of the eastern Connecticut legislative delegation said Wednesday they cannot accept any gambling expansion deal reached between Gov.

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Lamont Appoints Acting Education CommissionerGov. Ned Lamont has appointed Charlene Russell-Tucker to serve as acting commissioner of the Connecticut State Department of Education.

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Inmates refuse inoculations in Connecticut federal prisonMore than 200 inmates at the federal prison in Danbury, Conn., have declined to get vaccinated against COVID-19, including numerous medically vulnerable prisoners who have been seeking release to home confinement due to concerns about the coronavirus, according to federal officials.

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Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives in ConnecticutThe Johnson and Johnson single shot COVID-19 vaccine is now in Connecticut. The state is expecting to receive about 39,000 doses this week.

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Connecticut in Color: Visiting The Amistad Center for Art and CultureNBC Connecticut spoke with Kimberly Kersey, the center's executive director, about what makes the Amistad Center so important.

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Education Committee Tackles Equity In FundingThe Connecticut General Assembly Education Committee is hearing testimony Wednesday about how to make Connecticut’s education funding formula more equitable.Â.

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Connecticut Fitness Alliance seeks to pass bill aimed at recovering fitness industryAn important bill to support the fitness industry is being discussed in Washington, D.C. due to a Connecticut organization.

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Extra COVID-19 vaccines on the way to South NorwalkSouth Norwalk will receive extra COVID-19 vaccine doses after Gov. Ned Lamont created a...

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Tracking COVID Data: Vaccinations, Hospitalizations and Your Town's Infection RateVaccinations continue across Connecticut with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting Wednesday a total of 1,309,225 doses have been distributed to the state and 1,061,375 doses have been administered.

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Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response EffortsGovernor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response Efforts @CTGOVERNMENT @Covid_19.

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New legislation could help get more data centers built in eastern ConnecticutWhile there are no new plans to build data centers in the region, municipalities like Montville, Norwich and Groton are considering, or have been.

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As the push to reopen schools intensifies, Miguel Cardona and first lady Jill Biden travel to Meriden to show how this town did itOn his first day on the job as U.S. Secretary of Education, Meriden's Miguel Cardona traveled back to his hometown to showcase for the nation, alongside first lady Jill Biden and the leader of one of the nation's largest teachers' unions, how the district where he spent his career opened its schools for students to learn in-person and full-time...

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Greenwich Hospital slated to receive Johnson and Johnson vaccine for COVID-19The town of Greenwich continues to show positive signs in COVID trends as the number of...

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Connecticut's Move On Sports Betting Could Push MassachusettsConnecticut took a step toward legalizing sports gambling this week, and it could motivate Massachusetts lawmakers to move ahead with their legislation on the issue.

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Legislators Tackle Equity For Education Funding in ConnecticutState lawmakers are considering a bill that would help get more education money to communities that need it most.

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Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Arrives in ConnecticutThe first residents in Connecticut to receive the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine got vaccinated on Wednesday.

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Connecticut DPH Designates 25% Of Vaccines For Vulnerable CommunitiesIn Connecticut, up to 50 communities will receive at least a quarter of all COVID-19 vaccines delivered to the state in the next few weeks.

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Connecticut, Mohegan Tribe Reach Sports Betting AgreementConnecticut has reached an agreement with the Mohegan tribe on how sports betting would work if it were to become legal in the state.

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Jill Biden, Education Secretary Cardona Visit Meriden Public SchoolsFirst Lady Jill Biden and newly confirmed U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona visited on Wednesday an elementary school in Meriden, Connecticut.

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This Husband-and-Wife Lawyers Just Landed 2 of the Most Powerful Jobs in ConnecticutThey are the most powerful legal couple in Connecticut said Stan Twardy a partner at Day Pitney.

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ESPN Anchor Sage Steele Selling Her $1.6M Connecticut HomeESPN SportsCenter's co-host Sage Steele is letting go of her stately home in Avon, CT.

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First Lady Jill Biden Speaks to Connecticut TeachersFirst Lady Jill Biden accompanied United States Secretary of Education Secretary Miguel to Connecticut on Wednesday and had some words for Connecticut teachers.

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Give and Go PodcastFairfield Ludlowe coach Sara Kinsley joins the show and discusses the importance of team chemistry and senior leadership during such a turbulent season.

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U.S. Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona Returns to ConnecticutDr. Miguel Cardona, the nation's new education secretary, was in Meriden Wednesday and talked about his desire to schools after closures due to the...

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Paul Daley vs. Sabah Homasi Booked For Third Time, Added To Bellator 257Bellator is giving a fight between Paul Daley and Sabah Homasi another shot, as it is being booked for their April 16th event at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, USA.

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Inside the Box: CTHSHockey's Luke Devoe joins the showConnecticut's premier high school sports website from the staffs at the Hearst CT Media Group.

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Bowl purchased for $35 at Connecticut yard sale is rare Chinese artifact worth $500KExperts say the porcelain vessel dates back to 15th century Yongle Emperor.

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The last two Lord + Taylor stores in Connecticut are closed. The struggle to fill those spaces is just beginning.The closing of all four of Lord + Taylor's stores in Connecticut means property owners have to find tenants for several hundred thousand square feet of space.

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Bill would create sexual misconduct climate surveys for Connecticut's collegesMembers of the legislature's Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee heard testimony on Tuesday from Connecticut students, advocates and legislators on a bill that would require college campuses to conduct anonymous sexual misconduct surveys every two years.

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First Lady, Miguel Cardona Visit Meriden, Elementary SchoolStudents at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Meriden had a special visit Wednesday from First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and the new Education Secretary, Meriden-native Miguel Cardona.

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Hundreds of Homes Still Without Power After Yesterday's Powerful WindsHundreds of Connecticut homes remain without power Wednesday, a day after powerful winds whipped through the state.

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AMERICAS: Connecticut to fund diesel pollution mitigation projectsBunkerspot provides news, in-depth analysis, expert comment and price indications for the global marine fuels industry.

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Chadwick-BaRoss Acquires Connecticut's Kaz EquipmentWESTBROOK, Maine, March 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ - Chadwick-BaRoss Inc., announced today that it had completed the acquisition Kaz Equipment of South Windsor, Connecticut.

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First Lady Jill Biden and Education Secretary Cardona Visit MeridenFirst Lady Jill Biden and United States Education Secretary Miguel Cardona are in Connecticut today and there was excitement before the arrival.

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The CROWN Act: Connecticut State Senate Passes Bill in Near-Unanimous VoteOn March 1, the Connecticut state Senate officially passed the CROWN Act, which prevents workplace discrimination against natural hairstyles.

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Police Investigate Shooting in West HartfordOfficers responded to a shooting in the area of North Main Street and Fern Street on Wednesday morning.

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Connecticut DUIWe are an independent, comparison service. Our goal is to help you make smarter financial decisions by providing you with interactive tools and financial calculators, publishing original and objective content, by enabling you to conduct research and compare information for free - so that you can make financial decisions with confidence.

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Parents and Students Welcome First Lady Jill Biden to Connecticut and Invite Her to #GetSchooledToday, March 3, Jill Biden will be making her inaugural trip to Connecticut as First Lady.

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Chasing Perfection: Regular season wrap-upThis. Is. March. UConn women's basketball's regular season is over and the most important time of the year has finally arrived.

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Johnson and Johnson vaccine arrives in ConnecticutThe Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine began arriving in Connecticut last night, and distribution is ongoing throughout the state.

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Norwalk's St. Patrick's Day parade canceled for second yearA costumed character marches down Washington Street for Dominick Fuel during The 4th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade organized and sponsored by the Norwalk Police Emerald Society Saturday, March 9, 2019, in Norwalk, Conn.

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Dan Gardella: Sacred Heart and NEC Tournament PreviewDan Gardella joins us to break down this year's Sacred Heart Men's Basketball team as they get ready to make a run in the NEC Tournament.

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Connecticut in Color: Visiting The Amistad Center for Art and CultureThis week as we continue to celebrate Connecticut in Color: Making History, we want to tell you about a hidden gem you may not have realized is here in our state.

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Teachers, Educators in Milford Get First COVID-19 Vaccines TodayMore Connecticut teachers will be getting vaccinated against COVID-19 today. Several clinics are being held today including in New Britain, New Haven and Milford.

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Join a live Q&A with Connecticut's vaccination bossConnecticut Public Health Commissioner Dr. Deidre Gifford will join a Hearst Connecticut...

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Choppy Water For Port Authority; Smoother Sailing For State PierThe latest issue under investigation: the Connecticut Port Authority's half-million-dollar payment to a company with ties to a former authority board member.

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10 inventions made in Connecticut during the pandemicFrom ideas that have been brewing for a long time to designs that were drafted to meet the current situation, the pandemic has lead to a renaissance of creation in Connecticut.

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Connecticut Fitness Alliance seeks to pass bill aimed at recovering fitness industryAn important bill to support the fitness industry is being discussed in Washington, D.C. due to a Connecticut organization.

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Connecticut agrees gaming expansion deal with Mohegan TribeConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont has struck an agreement with the Mohegan Tribe to launch new gambling products, including sports betting and igaming, in the state.

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Search resumes on Connecticut River for missing Aiden Blanchard of ChicopeeMultiple police and fire departments resumed their search of the Connecticut River on Wednesday for any trace of missing 11-year-old boy Aiden Blanchard of Chicopee who was last seen nearly a month ago.

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Connecticut developers pair sheep grazing with solar projectsConnecticut solar developers start to use sheep for vegetation control as more sites are seen as potential locations for dual energy and agricultural production.

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First lady Jill Biden visits Connecticut school, calls for safe return to classroomFirst lady Jill Biden spoke to children at an elementary​ school in Connecticut on Wednesday with newly minted Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, saying that, as a teacher herself, she wants to return to the classroom - but only if teachers and students can do so safely.

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Connecticut Strikes Sports Betting Deal With Mohegans; Mashantucket Pequot Negotiations ContinueAfter years of private negotiations with the two tribal nations who operate casinos in Connecticut, the state has reached an agreement with at least one of them on legalized sports betting.

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Connecticut in spotlight with visit from Jill Biden and new education chiefMERIDEN — Jill Biden, the teacher in the White House, along with new Education Secretary Miguel Cardona went back to school Wednesday in a public push to show districts that have yet to transition back to in-person learning that it can be done safely during the pandemic.

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Join a live Q&A with Connecticut's vaccination bossConnecticut Public Health Commissioner Dr. Deidre Gifford will join a Hearst Connecticut...

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Bowl purchased for $35 at Connecticut yard sale is rare Chinese artifact worth $500KA small porcelain bowl bought for $35 at a yard sale turned out to be a rare Chinese artifact worth up to $500,000.

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Connecticut's top hockey performances Week 3James Celentano, Newtown/New Fairfield: Scored a hat trick in 5-1 win over JBWA. Added a goal and an assist in 2-1 win over New Milford.

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