State police investigators returned to the property at 80 Mountain Spring Road in Farmington on Wednesday after several anomalies were identified.
Jason Cintron, a 27-year-old member of the West Hartford Fire Department, says he hopes the COVID vaccine will help bring back some normalcy.
State police said they were “following up on old leads” in a search Tuesday of Fotis Dulos’ former Mountain Spring Road property in Farmington.
Town Council member Mary Fay says she has been “threatened” after she commented on Joe Visconti’s Facebook post prior to the Washington protest.
As of Tuesday morning, about 300 total people had gotten vaccine doses from the district, according to the district’s health director.
A state panel is recommending Connecticut residents 65 and older and anyone with at least one medical condition should be included in next round of vaccines.
Starting Monday, an employee for Interval House will serve as an advocate with local police to help survivors, according to the organization’s director.
HARTFORD — The Wadsworth Atheneum is operating on a reduced schedule with limited capacity and timed-entry in line with the state's Reopen Connecticut guidelines. Hours are noon-8 p.m. on Fridays and noon-5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
At least two Connecticut residents have been charged with violating Washington’s curfew and unlawful entry during Wednesday’s protest.
Audio from a 911 call and police dispatches shed new light on the fatal police shooting death of Shamar Ogman on Dec. 26.
“The bottom line is that this conduct crossed the line by a big margin,” Police Chief Jason Thody said of an officer’s text message.
Hartford Health and Yale New Haven are among the health systems whose employees are slated to get a second round of the COVID-19 vaccine this week.
Dylan Koerner, formerly of West Hartford, has been sentenced to 70 months in jail along with three years of supervised release, authorities said.
As of Thursday morning, about 100 people have had an initial shot, according to the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District health director.
State police said troopers will be on the lookout for any drivers who are distracted or under the influence during holiday enforcement.
The governor said 1,500 to 2,000 Connecticut businesses will receive between $10,000 and $30,000 in new COVID relief grants by the end of the year.
Santopietro stars in “Cobra Kai,” a Netflix series based on the “Karate Kid” movie franchise from the 1980s that premieres its third season Jan. 8.
State economy lost 1,600 jobs in November, largely due to the impact that surging COVID-19 cases had on business activity, the Department of Labor said.
Nick Jeffery is replacing Bernie Han as CEO of Frontier Communications, as the company seeks approval to exit bankruptcy from its home state of Connecticut and others.
“This is not a live virus. This is just a message to our cells,” said Saad Omer, director of the Yale Institute for Global Health.