Gov. Ned Lamont on Tuesday said Connecticut’s state of emergency in response to the ongoing pandemic will be extended.
In response to health guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic, the new location would be all about social distancing and safety, while still getting your coffee fix.
About 30 people attended the Litchfield Farmers Forum, which discussed agriculture, food security and farming's contribution to the town’s rural character.
Independent contractors and those self-employed as home health providers or homemaker companions are eligible for the Phase 1a vaccine.
The Salisbury Winter Sports Association’s annual JumpFest and 95th annual U.S. Eastern National Ski Jumping Championships will attract professionals of all ages.
New Milford’s VFW Post 1672 and auxiliary thank those who helped support the fall 2020 Luminaries on the Green Program honoring its veterans.
Solidea Petruzzello, vice president, branch manager of Northwest Community Bank and a member of AMP’s board of directors, presented a $21,500 check to AMP Executive Director Amy Wynn.
Winsted residents Marco Napoleone, Riker Napoleone, Clara Sundie, Marella Ursone, and Brailey Ursone show their thanks for the donations from ConnectiCare and Webster Bank.
The Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury is welcoming Renaissance Art Historian Elaine Ruffulo as she presents a virtual program on painter Sandro Botticelli.
Those applying to the Shoreline Arts Alliance’s Tassy Walden Awards can get their questions answered directly in the Tassy Walden Awards Virtual Workshop: How to Apply in 2021” virtual workshop on Jan. 26, at 5 p.m.
State police investigators returned to the property at 80 Mountain Spring Road in Farmington on Wednesday after several anomalies were identified.
Take a walk through the winter woods under the first full moon of January with the educators of the Institute for American Indian Studies.
State police said they were “following up on old leads” in a search Tuesday of Fotis Dulos’ former Mountain Spring Road property in Farmington.