Admittedly, Quarantine has given all of us an unprecedented urge to get outside and be "one with nature." Luckily for us Connecticuteans, our state boasts a ton of forests, parks, mountains, and preserves to explore. Whether you're looking to hike, walk, bike, or birdwatch, here are s…
The department updated its software in response to a massive uptick in the number of claim applications due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new software will facilitate the continuing claims that will need to be processed in the near future.
On March 20, Elicker requested that Yale President Peter Salovey open up housing for up to 150 responders who might have been exposed to the virus. This includes hospital personnel, public safety workers, firefighters, and police, according to the New Haven Register.
And now, in the midst of this coronavirus crisis,Kurt is a people-first, pizza second kind of owner, bringing pizza to the doctors and nurses who are risking their lives to fight the disease at his local hospital.
People go missing every day. There are a number of current missing cases in Connecticut that have yet to be resolved. According to missingkids.org, a few of these missing Connecticut people can be seen below:
Also commonly known as the "Blue Whale" by its friends in the deep blue sea, researchers recently concluded that the largest animals on Earth (land or ocean) are closer to the Connecticut Coast than they thought.
For the Danbury folks, this is especially good news, as the city's municipal airport was granted $157,000 of the government giveaway for studies of airfield wind coverage and obstructions to airplane approaches, according to Patch.
The recent Hartford night club shooting prompted Senator Richard Blumenthal to hold another discussion Monday in an attempt to prevent future firearm tragedies at The University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, CT.