The state is trying to amass a 90-day stockpile of PPE in case Connecticut gets hit with another COVID-19 surge.
Ohio and other Rust Belt states have begun to trend in the wrong direction, worrying state officials.
Some $2 million in funding needed to deal with the problem has not been approved by the state Bond Commission.
State officials warn that becoming complacent about masks and social distancing can still undermine the state’s reopening success.
There are increasing calls for Juneteenth to be an official holiday in the state.
The plaintiffs say greater absentee ballot use is unconstitutional and will lead to voter fraud.
Gov. Ned Lamont favors the Republican plan over an extension of a federal program that provides $600-a-week in added unemployment.
The big and worrisome question: If they reopen them, will the people come?
Car caravans, social distancing, split shifts and masks make graduating odd, communal, maybe historic –but still emotional
Critics say the use of surplus combat gear has “militarized” police forces and contributed to an increase in police violence.
After George Floyd’s death the Pentagon give-away program and ‘militarization’ of police is under scrutiny.
UConn President Thomas Katsouleas warned Wednesday it will be an “academic semester … unlike anything we have seen previously.”
One order suspended fingerprinting for gun permits and another restricted hospital visitation for families and friends of people with disabilities.
As pandemic numbers continue to improve, Lamont calls reopening “a calculated risk”
Thousands of demonstrators across Connecticut join protest marches and rallies Saturday in the growing movement for racial justice.