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LITCHFIELD HILLS — Still in the throes of working through the “re-openings” in Connecticut, churches are closed and sharing religious services online, but are concerned that monetary pledges are faltering. Restaurants have the option to offer curb service and delivery, or remain closed with …

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CVS Health is opening 12 local COVID-19 testing sites at its pharmacies in Connecticut on Friday. It hopes to have 1,000 open across the country by the end of May, performing 1.5 million tests a month.

KENT — In spite of the world in which we now cope with the corona virus and what it has done to our lives, certain things continue to follow a path of normalcy. For example: gardens and gardening. Plants continue to thrive and lawns and gardens still need to be tended. In fact, there seems t…

There’s only been one documented instance in the U.S of a dog infected with it, and while cats may be a little more susceptible, there only have been two cases in the U.S.

“Once again, Connecticut has demonstrated its leadership in safeguarding consumers from unscrupulous conduct,” said Andrew Minikowski, the attorney who oversaw the agency’s efforts in the proceeding.

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TORRINGTON — Fourth-grade students at Renbrook School were recently challenged to make adjustments to a social studies project by connecting it to the COVID19 crisis according to an email from the school. Katie Bunel, teacher at Renbrook School explains, “Before we left for our Spring Break …

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LITCHFIELD — As many businesses are currently closed or struggling, two attorneys have launched a new, and timely business: the Litchfield County Center for Dispute Resolution. This is the first ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) center of its kind in the Litchfield Hills, and there are on…