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Suffield CT DoorsLast week, Connecticut took its first step toward reopening. This phase allows for more extensive travel - within our state, I'm not sure about driving into Massachusetts - in order to go about our business.

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Proponents of bill ending Connecticut's religious exemption to vaccines eye special session for voteLawmakers are also considering an amendment that would bar families from claiming a religious exemption to a future COVID-19 vaccine.

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Republican Lawmakers Want A Special SessionHARTFORD, CT — House Republican leaders are trying to convince their Democratic colleagues to sign a petition to start a special session, while Senate Republican Leader Len Fasano is...

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CT distributing pandemic food aid for children to some, but not yet all, eligible householdsThis week, 55,200 families in Connecticut enrolled in the food stamp program received extra money to compensate for children in those households who received free and reduced-price meals in their schools before the pandemic closed school houses in mid-March.

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Don't leave Bridgeport children behindNo one could have planned for our school closure crisis and all the disparities it has laid bare.

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Community health workers ready to pitch in on contact tracingSome advocates and public health experts have stated that successful reopening and recovery from COVID-19 is based on widespread contact tracing and universal testing.

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The Partnership for Connecticut could have been trusted to do the right thingLet me start by saying I am a big fan of freedom of information. However, I recognize that much of life is a negotiation.

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The United Parcel Service is busier than everYou know those big brown trucks that are keeping us well-delivered during this time of COVID-19?

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Alert: A fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state searchHARTFORD, Conn. — A fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state search.

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A Conversation on Racism in Connecticut Provides Glimpse of Daily Experiences — Connecticut by the NumbersCollege students of color came together for a podcast conversation two months ago, "to share their experiences attending predominantly white institutions as students of color." In the context of recent events across the country, the discussion takes on additional meaning - the challenges of racism are closer to home than we might think.

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SPJ Recognizes CTNewsJunkie With Public Service Journalism AwardCTNewsJunkie Editor Christine Stuart was honored a second time for her news coverage leading to the release of startling school-by-school immunization data last year.

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UConn student wanted in 2 Connecticut slayings is captured in MarylandHartford - A University of Connecticut student sought by police as a suspect in a crime spree including two slayings in Connecticut has been captured in Maryland, police said Wednesday night.

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Michigan football lands four-star Connecticut DE Kechaun BennettMichigan added a 2021 commitment late Wednesday and now has the No. 5-rated class nationally, according to the 247Sports Composite.

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College student wanted in 2 Connecticut slayings is capturedConnecticut State Police say a college student wanted for two slayings in Connecticut has been captured in Maryland.

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Alert: A fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state searchDixon: My father got a $1,200 stimulus check - he died in 2018.

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Retailers Reopen to Face Uncertain FutureIn the one week since the state's paced reopening began, Steven Amato says it's been nice to have customers back inside.

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Hospitalizations Fall; State Adjusts Number of Coronavirus Cases in CTThe Department of Public Health released new data on Wednesday that shows coronavirus-related hospitalizations continue to decline in Connecticut.

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Connecticut's redistricting could be squeezed by COVID-19Connecticut is one of 15 states certain to miss constitutional deadlines for drawing new legislative districts unless the U.S. Census Bureau reconsiders a four-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Conference of State Legislatures said Tuesday.

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Search for fugitive Connecticut man stretches to MarylandA lawyer for the family of a fugitive college student said Wednesday the 23-year-old suspect in two Connecticut slayings has no outdoor survival training and his parents are begging him to bring a peaceful end to the search that has stretched to Maryland.

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CT Leaders Discuss Health Disparities Among MinoritiesAs the death toll from the coronavirus surpasses 100,000 in the United States, there is an effort inside the state to bring awareness to some of the health disparities in communities of color.

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Ynhh Projects $500m Loss, Continues Covid CareYale New Haven Hospital now has 182 patients currently being treated for COVID-19. That's down from 472 at its peak.

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Roundtable Discussing Expanding HUSKY to Undocumented CommunitiesThe full recording of a roundtable discussing the expansion of Connecticut's HUSKY program to undocumented immigrants.

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Dan Haar: Not the first pandemic for these CT coronavirus suppliersTwo old-line Connecticut companies, Gold Bond mattress and Gilman Brothers, came through in the clutch when the state needed emergency beds and mattresses.

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A mayor and U.S. senator sit for a public COVID-19 testNew Haven Mayor Justin Elicker gets tested with a nasal swab for COVID-19 by nurse John Grimes on the New Haven Green.

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Police say Connecticut murder suspect took Uber to Walmart after suspected killingsThe multistate manhunt for a University of Connecticut college senior suspected of killing two people continues.

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Connecticut arts, culture and tourism advocates push for more payroll loan flexibilitySoutheastern Connecticut was well represented in a Connecticut Tourism Coalition virtual roundtable U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal held Wednesday.

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Norwalk coronavirus cases at 1,987Officials reported one new case Wednesday along with other city hall updates.

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24 Attorneys General Sue Federal Government Over Clean Vehicle StandardsAttorneys general from 23 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to stop the federal government from enacting a rule related to vehicle fuel and emissions standards that the states say will hurt the environment.

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'This Isn't the Peter That I Know:' Manfredonia Friend Looking For AnswersAs investigators from the FBI and several states try to find 23-year-old homicide suspect Peter Manfredonia, people close to him are still trying to understand....

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Greenwich to expand hours at parks, beachesThe number of coronavirus patients at Greenwich Hospital continues to decline, and the number of new cases in town has slowed.

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State adjusts some virus numbers; trends still positiveHere is the latest update on coronavirus in Connecticut from the state Dept. of Public Health: WEDNESDAY'S COMPLETE REPORT.

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State Leaders Working to Tackle Health Disparities Within ConnecticutThe coronavirus pandemic is shedding light on health disparities in communities of color and state leaders are trying to bring attention to this issue.

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Police Release Report on Investigation Into Death of Fotis DulosFarmington police have released the report on the investigation into the death of Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five from New Canaan who has been missing for more than a year.

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Man wanted in Connecticut slayings arrested near HagerstownA fugitive college student on the run for six days and wanted in the slayings of two people in Connecticut was taken into custody in the Halfway area, according to Maryland State Police and Hagerstown Police Chief Paul Kifer.

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Connecticut Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia Arrested In Maryland After Multi-State Manhunt, Police SayIt comes after a multi-state manhunt that had state police in Pennsylvania and New Jersey looking for the suspect.

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Lamont blind to risk of voter fraudI couldn't believe my eyes when I read the May 24 Connecticut Mirror story, "Outbreak may change way we vote," which indicated Gov.

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Search for fugitive UConn student stretches to MarylandA lawyer for the family of a fugitive college student said Wednesday the 23-year-old suspect in two Connecticut slayings has no outdoor survival training and his parents are begging him to bring a peaceful end to the search that has stretched to Maryland.

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Camps Canceled, Pools Closed: Coronavirus Puts a Damper on Summer ActivitiesFor many children, summer means swimming and camp. Strict social distancing and sanitation guidelines are causing quite a few communities to cancel those activities this season.

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When will it be safe for fans at live sporting events?As the major sports begin attempting to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic by starting back up, or at least formulating plans to do so without fans, one Connecticut professor says it could take yea...

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State Judicial Branch to reopen three courts on June 8The Connecticut Judicial Branch, which has been operating in limited capacity throughout the coronavirus pandemic, announced Wednesday that it would reopen courthouses in Middletown, Rockville and Torrington on Monday, June 8.

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On the Market: A Summer House on a Private Connecticut IslandIn search of a remote summer home? This one-acre estate in Branford, Connecticut is one of the Thimble Islands, an archipelago in Long Island Sound.

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Connecticut killings: Peter Manfredonia, suspected in 2 murders, caught in MarylandA fugitive college student suspected in two Connecticut slayings has been caught in Maryland, police announced late Wednesday night.

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UPDATED: Search for fugitive UConn student stretches to Maryland // WITH TIMELINEClick here for a timeline A lawyer for the family of a fugitive college student said Wednesday the 23-year-old suspect in two Connecticut slayings has no outdoor survival training and his parents a...

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'It's Been Essential:' One Week of Outdoor Dining in CTIt has been one week since restaurants in Connecticut were allowed to partially reopen for outdoor dining under the state's phase one reopening plan....

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Coronavirus Hit Youngest In Labor Force Hardest, Claim Data ShowsWhen it comes to unemployment in Connecticut, certain groups got hit harder than others when coronavirus struck.

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Peter Manfredonia, college student wanted in Connecticut murders of Ted DeMers and 2nd man, captured in Maryland, police sayA college student sought by police as a suspect in a crime spree including two slayings in Connecticut has been captured, Connecticut State Police said Wednesday night.

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US News: College student suspected of Connecticut slayings is capturedA college student sought by police as a suspect in a crime spree including two slayings in Connecticut has been captured, Connecticut State Police said Wednesday night.

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Officials Get Tested For COVID-19NEW HAVEN, CT — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal wasn't experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, but he got tested along with New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker on the New Haven...

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Milford Lawyer Overcame Expert Testimony to Clinch $800,000 SettlementMilford attorneys helped secure an $800,000 settlement for a woman who had surgery to the base of her skull following a car crash.

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Family Centers offers coronavirus testing to Greenwich residents on ThursdayThe tests are free but appointments are required for the testing, which will be done at Wilbur Peck Court in Greenwich.

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'What's On Your Mind? ': Hope, Frustration After Phase 1 ReopeningOne week ago, Connecticut took a significant step amid the coronavirus crisis. Many businesses reopened, but only after making some major changes.

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State police colonel rescues naked man on I-84STATE — Col. Stavros Mellekas, the highest-ranking state trooper with Connecticut State Police, rescued a distressed man from the median on Interstate 84 on Wednesday morning.

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Body found in Connecticut River identified as missing womanMONTAGUE — The body of a 34-year-old woman who went missing while self-quarantining in Colrain in April was found in the Connecticut River Sunday morning, authorities reported Wednesday.

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Why Am I Writing This?Some view our sable race with scornful eye, "Their colour is a diabolic die." Remember, Christians, Negros, black as Cain, May be refined and join the angelic train.—Phyllis Wheatley,...

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NASA and SpaceX Set to Make History With Crew Dragon LaunchAfter nearly a decade since the end of the Space Shuttle program - NASA is making a big comeback in partnership with SpaceX and revolutionizing the future of space exploration.

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Lamont challenged after seventh inmate dies from coronavirusMeanwhile, a 21-year-old who spent 35 days at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport has recovered and returned home.

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Second Woman Says Man Intentionally Hit Her With His CarA second woman has come forward to say she was hit by a car being driven by a man who was later charged with attempted murder in New Canaan.

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Hartford Archdiocese to resume weekday services on June 8The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford is planning to reopen its parishes to the public for weekday Masses only beginning June 8, with rules for wearing masks and social distancing to guard against the coronavirus, church officials announced Wednesday.

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Northeast Pa. search for student wanted in Connecticut killings comes up emptyA man matching the description of a fugitive college student wanted in the killings of two people in Connecticut was seen in northeastern Pennsylvania, sparking a new search that lasted several hours but came up empty, authorities said Wednesday.

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Virtual Internships, Innovation, Adaptability: Advice for Young People Dealing with Unemployment During Coronavirus Crisis in CTAs the coronavirus crisis has issued a crushing blow to our country's economy, young people make up one of the demographics dealing with devastating unemployment numbers.

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One in nine CT high school students don't graduate in four years.The overall graduation rate ticks up very slightly, but Connecticut's academic achievement gaps do not improve.

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Connecticut murder suspect Peter Manfredonia captured in MarylandAccording to Connecticut State Police, Peter Manfredonia, the 23-year-old suspect wanted in two Connecticut slayings was captured on Wednesday night.

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Connecticut SNAP Program Emergency Benefits Through the 'Pandemic EBT' programConnecticut SNAP Program Emergency Benefits Through the ‘Pandemic EBT' program @CTGov #Covid_19.

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Search continues for man accused in Connecticut homicidesClick here to view this video from wfmz.com.

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Uncovering African American Women's Fight for SuffrageMary A. Johnson was active in many civic, political, and reform organizations in Connecticut. She is shown here with.

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Crash Closes Lanes of I-95 North in New HavenTwo lanes of Interstate 95 North are closed in New Haven after a crash. CT Travel Smart says a dump truck and a truck were involved in a crash between exits 47...

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Archdiocese of Hartford Announces Weekday Masses Can Resume June 8Weekday Masses in the Archdiocese of Hartford can resume beginning June 8, the Archdiocese announced in new reopening guidelines on Wednesday.

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New Pop-Up Coronavirus Testing Site Opens on New Haven GreenGov. Ned Lamont joined New Haven mayor Justin Elicker and Sen. Richard Blumenthal at the city's newest pop-up coronavirus testing site on Wednesday.

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Judge Denies Barber's Request To Stay OpenA judge denied a request to stay open from a Pawcatuck barber who defied Gov.

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Timeline of the Search for UConn Student Suspected in Homicides and KidnappingThe search continues for 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia, a UConn student who is accused of killing two people in Connecticut, committing a home invasion, stealing several guns and kidnapping the girlfriend of one of the men he is suspected of killing.

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The Secret to Great Barbecue Ribs, Burgers and MorePlus, a CT restaurant serves a soft-shell crab BLT that gets raves, and Amy Dickinson of Wait...Wait Don't Tell Me! and the "Ask Amy" column describes her early life on a dairy farm and her mother's cooking.

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Seventh CT inmate dies from coronavirus complicationsHe last entered the Connecticut correctional system on Sept. 4, 1991, and was serving a 43-year sentence for murder.

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Search for suspected killer Peter Manfredonia enters 6th dayPeter Manfredonia is believed to be in the Poconos area of eastern Pennsylvania after police say he killed two people in Connecticut.

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98-Year-Old Simsbury Man Reported MissingA 98-year-old Simsbury man has been reported missing and police have issued a Silver Alert for him.

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Seventh Conn. Inmate Dies From Covid-19A 60-year-old male is the seventh inmate to pass away from COVID-19 related complications under the supervision of the Connecticut Department of Correction....

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Connecticut Priest Who Founded Knights of Columbus to Be BeatifiedThe founder of the Knights of Columbus, the influential U.S.-based lay Catholic organization, is moving a step closer to possible sainthood.

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State: Connecticut's Class of 2019 had best on-time graduation rate in a decadeThe results reflect a time when school was still in session, before the coronavirus pandemic.

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CT seeks Wall Street funds to jump-start construction industryTreasurer Shawn T. Wooden launched an $850 million bond sale last week to bolster Connecticut's transportation program, and this week plans to secure another $500 million in financing for various other capital projects and state initiatives.

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The Wheelhouse: Coronavirus Political Divide, Prominent Justice RetiresThis week, we take a look at the political divide on coronavirus in Connecticut and around the country.

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27-Year-Old Man Injured in New Haven ShootingPolice are investigating after a man was taken to the hospital following a shooting in New Haven overnight.

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MTA Adds Trains, Boosts Safety MeasuresThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority will start to increase service, as Long Island and parts of the Hudson Valley enter phase one of reopening.

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ACT Of Connecticut Hosts Happy Hour on May 29ACT of Connecticut is a nonprofit 501 Equity theatre located in Ridgefield, CT. Founded and led by Katie Diamond, Daniel C. Levine, and Bryan Perri, ACT of CT presents limited engagement runs of well-known Broadway musicals and plays, as well as world-premiere productions by the next generation of writers and composers.

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Child Care Centers Need Billions If They're To Survive Shutdown, DeLauro SaysThe nation's child care industry would benefit from a $50 billion federal emergency fund proposed by U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro of Connecticut.

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Connecticut's redistricting could be squeezed by COVID-19Connecticut is one of 15 states certain to miss constitutional deadlines for drawing new legislative districts unless the U.S. Census Bureau reconsiders a four-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Conference of State Legislatures said Tuesday.

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The Wheelhouse: Coronavirus Political Divide, Prominent Justice RetiresThis week, we take a look at the political divide on coronavirus in Connecticut and around the country.

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Photronics: Fiscal 2Q Earnings SnapshotBROOKFIELD, Conn. _ Photronics Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $6.3 million. On a per-share basis, the Brookfield, Connecticut-based company said it had profit of 10 cents.

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Inform Connecticut's reopening strategies by prioritizing well-beingAs COVID-19 curves start to tip downwards, Connecticut residents are finally daring to imagine what life will be like over the next few years, and how to improve it.

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Search for UConn Student Suspected in 2 Killings in Conn., Abduction Enters Day 6The multi-state search for a University of Connecticut student who is wanted in connection with a string of crimes across the state between Friday and Sunday is entering day six as authorities continue searching in Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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Police, parents of UConn student suspected in killings plead for manhunt to end in his surrenderCNN) — Connecticut State Police had a message Tuesday for a college student suspected of killing two people four days ago before fleeing the state....

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Connecticut Hotel Workers Contemplate June 20 ReopeningSome hotel workers wonder and worry about what a June 20 reopening will look like and what safety measures will be in place when they return to work.

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Lack of transparency, not politics, led to the demise of the Partnership for ConnecticutRay Dalio took to Twitter over the weekend, doubling down on his stance that the Partnership for Connecticut ended because of a "dysfunction and damage that is coming from politicians and the media." But what was this "example of dysfunction" that caused Dalio and his wife, Barbara, to back out of their arrangement with the state on education...

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CT heads to Wall Street to jump-start its construction industryConnecticut is taking a big step toward re-energizing its construction economy, seeking nearly $1.4 billion in financing from a Wall Street that appears anxious to deal.

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Hospital visitor bans fail disabled patients, complaint saysRelatives and advocates say support for disabled patients in hospitals shouldn't count as 'visitors' when they serve a vital role.

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SIM Lessons for Connecticut's Next Healthcare ReformersHealthcare is too expensive, and the costs are growing faster than the rest of the economy, but we aren't getting the quality or outcomes that justify those costs....

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Temps Stay in the 80s Today, Chances for Rain in the Days AheadWe have another day filled with bright sun and temperatures in the 80s on tap for today and there are a few chances for rain in the coming days.

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Reopen Connecticut report officially releasedGov. Ned Lamont has released the Reopen Connecticut report, which includes further details about the planned third and final phase of the resumption of business in the state.

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Turning Waste into Energy in ConnecticutThe State of Connecticut has a strategy to reduce the amount of garbage it burns by converting food and other organic waste into energy and compost.

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Awopbopaloopbop AlopbamUConnThis week, Professor Jeffrey Ogbar talks about the art and lasting influence of Little Richard, and we journey back to the 1940s, when a professor was on trial for suspected anti-American sympathies.

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In New Haven, COVID-19 Tests Now Available to EveryoneWhile people ventured out Memorial Day weekend, many for the first time in months, New Haven marked 100 deaths from COVID-19.

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'It's definitely a learning curve for everybody': One week into outdoor dining being reopened, Connecticut restaurant owners are seeing positive signsChristopher and Martha Henney, owners of River: A Waterfront Restaurant and Bar in Wethersfield, had become accustomed last summer to as many as 700 reservations on a Saturday night, with phones ringing constantly.

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Camillo reassures Greenwich's senior citizens on the town's reopeningThe attendees in the Zoom meeting asked about following beach guidelines and maintaining safety in local nursing homes.

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Opinion: Let's make financial literacy a graduation requirementThose of us who came of age in the 1980s likely remember comedian Steven Wright, whose deadpan delivery and frequent use of absurdist non sequiturs made him one of the era's most popular comics.

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Cops: Danbury man threatened bus driver following dispute over face maskA Danbury man threatened a bus driver with a gun after he was reprimanded for not wearing a face mask inside the public transport, police said.

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Connecticut Facilities Tackle Backlog Of Postponed Surgeries, Procedures After Pandemic PeakWhat began as some gastric issues last year has now progressed into painful gallstones and chronic problems for Hannah Gebhard, who lives in Naugatuck.

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Victim's wife says fugitive UConn student sought their neighborA college student police say is an armed fugitive after killing two people was looking for a young woman he knew when he began his rampage, the wife of his first victim said Tuesday.

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Boston field hospital suspends admissions; new COVID-19 cases fallIn another sign of progress in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Massachsuetts, a field hospital set up inside the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is suspending the admission of new patients.

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Connecticut could lose 45,000 child care spaces after virusConnecticut faces the prospect of losing about 45,000 child care spaces without government intervention, given the serious financial and staffing challenges the coronavirus pandemic has imposed on the industry, the state's top childcare official said Tuesday.

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Connecticut machete victim's wife says neighbor was targetThe wife of a man killed in a machete attack says the killer was looking for a young woman he knew when he began his rampage.

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Norwalk now at 1,986 confirmed coronavirus casesCity hall confirmed two more coronavirus cases on Tuesday among other updates.

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Multistate manhunt for college senior suspected of 2 murders in ConnecticutThe FBI has joined the multistate manhunt for a University of Connecticut student Peter Manfredonia who is suspected of two murders and kidnapping.

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A view from above: Norwalk's beach, businesses and restaurants reopenWhile few people went to the beach or back to work at the Merritt 7 office complex, there were a number of patrons at local restaurants on Wednesday.

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'A cruel twist of fate:' Remembering CT homicide victim Theodore DeMers"On a bright Friday morning in May, Ted was doing something he had done a million times before and would have done a million times more if not for a simple and cruel twist of fate - he simply offered a hand to a stranger in need," the obituary said.

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2020 primary elections: Which states are still going ahead with votes next weekDC will hold its election on 2 June as planned. District officials are encouraging voters to ask for absentee ballots and vote by mail, though the deadline to request a ballot was 26 May.

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Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack Stores in Connecticut to ReopenNordstrom announced Tuesday that it will reopen its locations in Farmington and Norwalk this week.

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One Town Wants Companies to Hire LocalThe South Windsor Chamber of Commerce believes it has come up with a way to get some of Connecticut residents folks back to work, not too far from home.

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Will Coronavirus Resuscitate The Suburban Housing Market?Mariana Verkerk is a Dutch-American model who lived with her family in Manhattan. She's walked the runway for various designers like Michael Kors and Victoria's Secret, and now is a runway coach.

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Lamont Directs Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Connecticut State Police Trooper First Class Eugene Kenneth Baron, Jr.Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is directing U.S. and state flags in Connecticut to be lowered to half-staff as a mark of solemn respect for Connecticut State Police Trooper First Class Eugene Kenneth Baron, Jr, who passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020, following a courageous battle with cancer as a result of his response and service...

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CT launches 13-week extension for expired jobless benefitsUnder Department of Labor rules, unemployment benefits are capped at 26 weeks, with the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program pushing the window to 39 weeks.

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Differently-Abled Community Discusses Impacts of COVID-19Across the country and inside the state, the coronavirus has changed our daily lives from our routines for work to our home life.

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Federal Bank predicts a Connecticut surge of pandemic-induced missed rent and mortgage paymentsJeffrey Thompson, an economist and director of the New England Public Policy Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, said 11% percent of Connecticut homeowners and 36% of the state's renters are vulnerable to missing at least one payment.

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Testing Drops Slightly Six Days Into ReopeningHARTFORD, CT — It's the sixth day of the first phase of reopening and Connecticut has tested about 6.5% of its population, according Gov.

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Coronavirus Hospitalizations Fall Again in ConnecticutAfter a one-day increase on Monday, COVID-related hospitalizations fell again on Tuesday in Connecticut.

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Hire Local: Town Pushes Program to Help Local WorkersSouth Windsor is a slightly larger Connecticut town, with a population of 26,000. Like many other places, it has had hundreds looking for work due in part to coronavirus.

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The governor must re-engage the legislature to reopen the stateGov. Ned Lamont has seized the legislature's constitutional policy-making authority and is now singularly ruling over the people of this state - well beyond any emergency powers granted to him under state statute.

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Dalios, Lamont couldn't handle the spotlightRay Dalio took to Twitter over the weekend, doubling down on his stance that the Partnership for Connecticut ended because of "dysfunction and damage that is coming from politicians and the m..."

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State can learn from video of rantHow lucky Connecticut was last week when a motorist stopped by State Trooper Matthew Spina on the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge in New Haven set up his cellphone camera to record video of the confro...

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Court transition: avoid a battleConnecticut jurists are required by law to retire when they turn 70. Today is the 70th birthday of longtime state Supreme Court Justice Richard N. Palmer.

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Flags Lowered to Half-Staff in Honor of CT State Trooper Who Responded to 9/11Gov. Ned Lamont has ordered flags at half staff to mark the passing of Connecticut State Police Trooper First Class Eugene Kenneth Baron, Jr, who died Monday of cancer tied to his response to New York City in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

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State child care spaces shrinking rapidly amid pandemicHARTFORD — Connecticut faces the prospect of losing about 45,000 child care spaces without government intervention, given the serious financial and staffing challenges the coronavirus pandemi...

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Department of Correction announces results of COVID-19 testing at Montville prisonThe positive tests at the prison complex at 986 Norwich-New London Turnpike in Uncasville brought the total number of confirmed cases within the town of Montville to 250 as of Tuesday, making it the southeastern Connecticut town with the highest number of cases.

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Greenwich announces retirement of Fire Chief Peter SiecienskiSiecienski will work his last day Friday after a career spanning four decades and more than a dozen years as the fire chief in town.

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95. Beware of the Sea, for it is a Wide, Wide LoveIn this episode CT Elizabeth Normen draws inspiration from the haunting words of her great-great grandmother, the wife of a sea captain during the Great Age of Sail.

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Lamont Pleased With State's Memorial Day Behavior, But Worried About CasinosGov. Ned Lamont gave Connecticut residents "pretty good" marks Tuesday for social distancing and careful pandemic behavior over the Memorial Day weekend but remains very concerned about plans to reopen the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos early next week.

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LIVE: CT COVID-19 Briefing: 4 p.m., Tuesday, May 26Gov. Ned Lamont was joined by West Hartford Mayor Shari Cantor and Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo today to discuss how Phase One of the reopening is going, among other things.

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Connecticut could lose 45,000 child care spaces after virusConnecticut faces the prospect of losing about 45,000 child care spaces without government intervention, given the serious financial and staffing challenges the coronavirus pandemic has imposed on the industry, the state's top childcare official said Tuesday.

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Lamont Pleased With State's Memorial Day Behavior, But Worried About CasinosGov. Ned Lamont gave Connecticut residents "pretty good" marks Tuesday for social distancing and careful pandemic behavior over the Memorial Day weekend but remains very concerned about plans to reopen the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos early next week.

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Prevalence of #SARS-CoV-2 Among Patients Admitted for #Childbirth in Southern #ConnecticutPettker, MD1 Author Affiliations: 1 Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut; 2 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut;...

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Hartford Police Investigate ShootingHartford police are investigating a shooting on Wethersfield Avenue Tuesday. Police said the shooting happened at 530 Wethersfield Avenue, and officers pursued...

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Connecticut could lose 45,000 child care spaces after virusHARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut faces the prospect of losing about 45,000 child care spaces without government intervention, given the serious financial and staffing challenges...

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Gov. Lamont to Provide Coronavirus Update at 4 p.m.Nearly a week after partially reopening the state's economy, Gov. Ned Lamont will hold a briefing on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday afternoon.

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Howard Gross, Longtime Connecticut Estate-Planning Attorney, Has DiedA member of the Connecticut bar for 58 years, Howard Gross practiced until he was 87 years old.

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Quinnipiac Plans to Have Students Back on Campus For Fall SemesterQuinnipiac University announced Tuesday it plans to have students return to campus for the fall semester, with some changes to the school's normal routine.

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Too soon to tell if Memorial Day gatherings will trigger COVID-19 surgeOne of the big questions surrounding Connecticut's pandemic Memorial Day weekend is whether all the beach-going and backyard barbeques will result in a spike in new COVID-19 cases in this state.

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'We're Angry, We're Sad, We're Patient': Pandemic Forcing Families ApartHaving a child hospitalized anytime is hard enough. During a pandemic, it's even more challenging.

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Five Things to Know About the DMV as Connecticut Opens for BusinessWith the phased reopening of Connecticut's economy and government functions underway, many individuals across the state are wondering when the Department of Motor Vehicles will open its doors for tests, licenses and registrations.

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Child Care Providers Struggle To Stay Afloat As Parents Contemplate SafetyConnecticut is reopening and parents are heading back to work, but finding child care has been complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Father of Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia Arrested in April by Newtown PoliceThe father of the UConn student accused of two murders and an abduction in Connecticut over the weekend was arrested by Newtown police in April.

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Safety Key as Water Temperatures Remain Cold While Air Temps ClimbThe warm weather can be deceiving when it comes to hitting the beach or heading out on a boat.

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UPDATED: Wife of victim says UConn student was looking for neighborWILLINGTON — A college student suspected in two slayings in Connecticut had gone to the neighborhood of the first victim because he was looking for a young woman he knew, the victim's wi...

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Dementia Gene Raises Risk of Severe COVID-19; UConn Health Researcher Analyzes Potential Groundbreaking DataHaving a specific gene, which previous genetic studies have found to be linked to dementia, doubles the risk of developing severe COVID-19, according to a newly published large-scale study with data analysis led by a University of Connecticut researcher.

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Northbound Side of Merritt Parkway in New Canaan ReopensThe northbound side of the Merritt Parkway was closed in New Canaan because of a vehicle fire, according to CT Travel Smart.

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Man Hit, Tried to Drown Woman in New Canaan: PoliceNew Canaan police have arrested a man who was accused of hitting a woman with his car, trying to drag her into his vehicle, then attempting to drown her.

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Greenwich recognizes community service time by student volunteers of all agesThe annual Community Service Awards Ceremony recognizes public school students for their contributions to their community, and this year's will be held on Zoom.

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One size does not fit the coronavirusThe United States and Connecticut are reopening fitfully and unevenly from a shutdown that many think should not have happened - including Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Thomas Friedman of...

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Letter From Westport: A Connecticut Town Comes Together Again, But Only at a DistanceAfter two months in lockdown, the town of Westport, Connecticut, where 22 people have died of coronavirus-related symptoms, has begun to reopen.

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UConn senior accused of killing two and abducting a woman in machete crime spree urged to turn himself inA photo has now been circulated of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania.

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Wife of victim says Connecticut college student was looking for neighborUniversity of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia was last reported seen in Pennsylvania on Sunday and is the target of a search involving several police agencies and the FBI.

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Some Willington Residents Concerned With Lack of Communication Following Assault, HomicideAs police from near and far continue to search for 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia, the UConn student accused of committing two homicides in Conn.

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Center for Retirement Research estimates 4 percent funding drop in Connecticut state employee pension systemPhoto by Elliott Cowand @Flickr.comThe Center for Retirement Research at Boston College issued a report on the pandemic's effect on state and municipal pension systems and listed Connecticut's State Employee Retirement System as one of the ten worst-funded pension plans in the country.

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Foodshare Extends Emergency Food Distribution at Rentschler Field Through JuneThe need for help continues because of the COVID-19 pandemic Foodshare is going to continue its drive-thru emergency food distribution operation at Rentschler Field in East Hartford until the end of June.

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Banksville fire chief dies of coronavirus complicationsWilliam Richardson of Greenwich died this month at Yale-New Haven Hospital of complications from the coronavirus at the age of 68.

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Man on Bicycle Hit by Motorcyclist in New Haven DiesA man who was riding a bicycle who was hit by a motorcyclist in New Haven last week has died, according to police.

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Connecticut Coronavirus Hospitalizations Drop AgainCoronavirus-related hospitalizations dropped again on Tuesday after seeing a one-day increase in hospitalizations on Monday.

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How Statistics Are Helping Us Navigate The COVID-19 PandemicGary King - Weatherhead University Professor at Harvard, Director of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science; he is one of the researchers who helped develop the How We Feel COVID-19 symptom reporting app Talithia Williams - Associate professor of mathematics at Harvey Mudd College; she is also the host of the PBS show Nova Wonders.

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Foxwoods and Mohegan To Reopen Soon, Spurning Connecticut GovermorBefore the coronavirus outbreak, the tribes and state of Connecticut were mired in a debate over sports betting, online gambling, and casino expansion.

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Connecticut homicide suspect may seek ride to flee Poconos area, police sayAuthorities believe he does not have ties to the area and does not have a vehicle, Pennsylvania State Police said.

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Will Coronavirus Resuscitate The Suburban Housing Market?Some New Yorkers fled the busy streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn at the start of the pandemic in March.

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Multi-State Search Continues for Peter Manfredonia, University of Connecticut Student Suspected of Two HomicidesLaw enforcement in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Jersey have been searching for the 23-year-old suspect since Friday.

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POLICE: Connecticut murder suspect possibly headed to Lackawanna CountyThe Lackawanna County Sheriffs Office is warning residents to STAY ALERT: Peter Manfredonia may be headed to Lackawanna County.

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Parsonage Cottage keeps residents connected with families during coronavirus crisisTechnology offers a solution for residents of the Greenwich-based senior residence to stay in touch during the quarantine.

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Woman Broke Plexiglass at Milford Gas Station After Being Denied Use of Bathroom Due to COVID-19: PoliceMilford police have arrested a woman who is accused of breaking a plexiglass sheet protecting a gas station employee after being told she could not use the bathroom due to COVID-19 concerns last week.

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Peter Manfredonia CT: Pennsylvania vehicle stolen near last known location of Connecticut murder suspectA college student sought by police as a suspect in two slayings was looking for a third person, a young woman he knew, when he showed up in the rural Connecticut neighborhood where the first victim was killed, the victim's wife said Tuesday.

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Man Accused of Firing Gun Into the Air in NorwalkPolice have arrested a man who is accused of firing a gun into the air in Norwalk over the weekend.

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Fit for the Front Line: A Fitness Challenge to Support the Nation's Front Line WorkersFitForTheFrontLine is a national fitness challenge created by Mount Sinai Health System to show appreciation for front line workers.

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How Statistics Are Helping Us Navigate The COVID-19 PandemicAs Connecticut and other states begin to reopen during the pandemic, data is more important than ever.

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Two Charged in Naugatuck Home InvasionThree women were held at gunpoint during a home invasion in Naugatuck and the men who are accused of breaking into the apartment stole thousands of dollars in cash, dozens of expensive sneakers and other items, according to Naugatuck police.

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Slight uptick in state hospitalizations, 49 COVID-19 deathsCoronavirus hospitalizations in Connecticut increased slightly on Sunday, with five new admissions as part of the total of 706, according to state data released Monday.

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Meet Our Members: Hartford Gay Men's ChorusThe Hartford Gay Men's Chorus sings a wide range of music as a catalyst to inspire, impact, and enrich the lives of their members, patrons, and the community.

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Report: Connecticut could lose 45,000 licensed day care spacesA report says Connecticut could lose 45,000 licensed day care slots as parents prepare to go back to work and need someone to watch their children.

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Connecticut Lawyers Brace for Sharp Drop in Income This YearYou have to be resilient said BerkowitzHanna shareholder Christina Hanna. We are in this for the long haul no matter what.""

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Connecticut could lose 45,000 child care spaces after virusBeth Bye, commissioner of the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood, said the state was already losing day care slots prior to the pandemic because so many providers operated on tight budgets.

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Morgan Valley: University of Hartford Women's BasketballThis episode features an interview with the Head Coach of the University of Hartford Women's Basketball team Morgan Valley.

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COVID-19 Loosens Its Grip, For NowCase Prevalence Per 10,000 By Town For the Week Ending May 25 Connecticut's had a good week, in as much as any week can be considered ‘good' in the middle...

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Clash Of Cultures Doomed State's 'Partnership' With The DaliosAs if we needed any reminders, there's a reason why business people rarely make good politicians or public servants.

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Connecticut public schools are out, but their kitchens are busier than everMore children are likely to qualify for free or reduced-price meals as pandemic-induced food insecurity spreads.

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Black and Puerto Rican Caucus Focuses on Nursing Home WorkersHARTFORD, CT — Members of the legislature's Black and Puerto Rican Caucus traveled the state Monday visiting nursing homes from Stamford to Hartford to let the workers know they...

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New community college organizational chart is built upside downHaving worked in the Connecticut community college system since 2002, I have witnessed some stupendously bad decision making at both the campus and state system level.

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Connecticut murder suspect's family pleads for his surrenderA lawyer for the family of a Connecticut murder suspect pleaded Monday for his surrender as police involved in a multi-state search for the 23-year-old college student circulated a photo of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania.

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A Taste of Summer: Temps Soar into the 80sThe end of May is heating up, according to our NBC meteorologists! Overall temperatures this May have been much cooler than average and we haven't felt...

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Crews Respond to Fire at Norwich House for Second Time Within HoursCrews responded to a fire at a house in Norwich for the second time within hours after it rekindled on Tuesday morning.

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Conn. State Police to Give Update on UConn Student Suspected in 2 KillingsConnecticut State Police are expected to give an update on the multi-state search for a University of Connecticut student who is wanted in connection with a string of crimes across the state between Friday and Sunday.

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Blotter: Larceny, disorderly conduct charges in NorwalkMay 21 A 38-year-old Bridgeport woman was charged with fifth-degree larceny and sixth-degree larceny, She was held on bonds totaling $3,000 and given a court date of June 25.

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Groups Push for Clarity on Absentee Ballots in NovemberVoting rights groups are calling on state legislators to officially allow Connecticut voters to claim fear of coronavirus as a permissible reason to request an absentee ballot for the November election.

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Local health officials say Connecticut coronavirus contact tracing plan — touted by Gov. Lamont as a key piece of the reopening process — is hobblThe state met Gov. Ned Lamont's ambitious deadline for launching a contact tracing program designed to prevent recurring coronavirus outbreaks, but health directors on the front lines of the pandemic said it could be weeks before the program is effective because of delays associated with software, training and recruitment of volunteer workers.

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Police searching Stroudsburg area for suspected Connecticut murdererPennsylvania State Police released new surveillance of a Connecticut homicide suspect in Monroe County Sunday afternoon.

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Stamford man accused of firing a gun in South NorwalkA Stamford man fired shots into the air in South Norwalk and is now facing charges, police said.

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Cops: Norwalk man punched his girlfriend over cigarettesA Norwalk man punched his girlfriend in the face after a dispute over cigarettes, police said.

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May 25, 2020Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Connecticut College Arboretum in New London, Connecticut.

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Virus in New England: Beaches reopen in Massachusetts, some in R.I.Volunteers placed 1,000 physically distanced flags on Boston Common for Memorial Day while beaches, barbers and hair salons reopen in Massachusetts.

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Connecticut murder suspect's family pleads for his surrenderA lawyer for the family of a Connecticut murder suspect pleaded Monday for his surrender as police involved in a multi-state search for the 23-year-old college student circulated a photo of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania.

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At Least 3 Injured in Meriden Shooting: PolicePolice are investigating after at least three people were shot in Meriden Sunday night. The incident occurred at approximately 8:30 p.m.

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Connecticut troopers remain busy over virus-impacted Memorial Day weekendAn anticipated reduction in the number of travelers this Memorial Day weekend has not resulted in call volume for Connecticut State Police.

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Family of Connecticut man wanted as suspect in 2 killings urges him to surrenderA Connecticut man who is being sought in connection with two killings is being urged to surrender by his family.

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University student on the run after alleged double murder, assault, kidnapping and home invasionFrom Sandy Hook, Peter Manfredonia has been a vocal critic of gun violence following the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary school.

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Family of Ted DeMers Speaks Out About What Happened the Day He Was KilledTed DeMers' sister-in-law says his neighbor saw a man standing at the end of the family's, he sent Ted a text.

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Unemployment Filings High in Southeast Connecticut, Industry Impact Varies — Connecticut by the NumbersAs Connecticut and the nation grapple with unprecedented unemployment numbers, an analysis of town-by-town data shows that on a per-capita basis, some of Connecticut's smaller communities and those in southeast Connecticut are being hit as hard as the state's largest cities.

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Coronavirus: Connecticut hospitalizations tick up slightlyCoronavirus hospitalizations in Connecticut increased slightly on Sunday, with five new admissions making for a total of 706, according to state data released Monday.

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Connecticut gym owners petition Gov. Lamont to allow for June 1 reopeningNAUGATUCK — Fitness centers around the state are feeling a crunch. This time, it's financial, not abdominal.

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Derby woman taken hostage by Connecticut murder suspect found safeA woman who said she was abducted by a college student suspected of killing two people in Connecticut has been found safe in New Jersey, police said Monday.

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Connecticut Immigrant Remains In ICE Detention During Pandemic Despite Appeals Court RulingA federal appeals court has reversed a decision by immigration authorities in the case of a Connecticut man facing deportation, ordering the Board of Immigration Appeals to respect the state's pardons.

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Monday's data update on coronavirus from stateHere is the data on the COVID-19 in Connecticut as of Monday's daily state report: MONDAY'S FULL REPORT.

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Manhunt continues in Pa. for UConn student accused in Connecticut homicidesPennsylvania State Police released new surveillance of a Connecticut homicide suspect in Monroe County Sunday afternoon.

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Connecticut murder: Suspect's family pleads with him to surrenderA 23-year-old allegedly killed two people and abducted the girlfriend of a victim.

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Pa. state police continue search for Connecticut homicide suspect, his family pleads for him to surrenderManfredonia, a University of Connecticut senior, is suspected of killing Ted DeMers, 62, and Nicholas Eisele, 23, before forcing Eisele's girlfriend into her car and fleeing the state with her.

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The UConn Pod: We're on to the Big EastAfter college sports made a sudden shift into off-season mode, the UConn athletic department has shifted its focus to the Big East and making football independence work.

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Justin Farmer Will Have His Campaign for ConnecticutWe interview Justin Farmer, running for State Senate District.

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Family of Connecticut man wanted as suspect in 2 killings urges him to surrenderPeter Manfredonia, 23, is being sought in connection with two deaths, one in Willington and one in Derby.

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Pa. state police continue search for Connecticut homicide suspect, as family pleads for him to surrenderTroopers consider him armed and dangerous, and believe he's still in the East Stroudsburg area.

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Family of Connecticut murder suspect pleads for his surrenderA lawyer for the family of a Connecticut murder suspect pleaded Monday for his surrender as police involved in a multi-state search for the 23-year-old college student circulated a photo of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania.

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Officials: Woman kidnapped by Conn. murder suspect is found safe in NJA woman who said she was abducted by a college student suspected of killing two people in Connecticut has been found safe in New Jersey, police said Monday.

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Hospitalizations Increase and Infections Continue To RiseHARTFORD, CT — For the first time in weeks hospitalizations jumped by a small amount on the sixth day of the first phase of Connecticut's reopening.

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Scaled down Memorial Day events still attract Greenwich supportersThe outbreak of the coronavirus dramatically changed plans in town, but smaller gatherings were held throughout Greenwich to honor its war dead.

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Authorities: Suspect Caught After High-Speed Pursuit Isn't Connecticut KillerMedia reports that an accused killer from Connecticut was captured Monday morning following a high-speed chase that ended in Elizabeth aren't true, authorities told Daily Voice.

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Peter Manfredonia CT: University of Connecticut student suspected in two murders, manhunt underway to find himA lawyer for the family of a Connecticut murder suspect pleaded Monday for his surrender as police involved in a multi-state search for the 23-year-old college student circulated a photo of a person matching his description in Pennsylvania.

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Peter Manfredonia, 23, ConnecticutClick here to view this image from wfmz.com.

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UConn Student Suspected in Homicides Also Suspected in Abduction from DerbyPeter Manfredonia, the University of Connecticut student suspected of homicides in Willington and Derby, is also suspected of abducting someone a Derby home where one of his acquaintances was found dead, according to state police.

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State Police: 'Armed And Dangerous' Homicide Suspect From Connecticut Spotted In Pa.Police in Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are looking for a 23-year-old man believed to be connected to two Connecticut slayings.

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Risk of resurgence in COVID-19 if Connecticut reopens too soonAs Connecticut tentatively reopens this week after a two-month shutdown, a new report by the Yale School of Public Health warns that if people resume normal activities and contacts too quickly there will be a "sharp resurgence" in hospitalizations and deaths in the coming months.

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Connecticut tribal casinos to start reopening on June 1Portions of both Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun will resume operations with new safety guidelines in place, including the wearing of personal protective equipment and social distancing guidelines.

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Coronavirus: Connecticut hospitalizations tick up slightlyHARTFORD, Conn. — Coronavirus hospitalizations in Connecticut increased slightly on Sunday, with five new admissions making for a total of 706, according to state data released...

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Multi-State Manhunt Continues for UConn Student Considered 'Armed and Dangerous'A multi-state manhunt is underway for a University of Connecticut student who is suspected in homicides in Willington and Derby, a home invasion in Willington and an abduction from Derby.

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Coronavirus: Connecticut hospitalizations tick up slightlyCoronavirus hospitalizations in Connecticut increased slightly on Sunday, with five new admissions making for a total of 706, according to state data released Monday.

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Connecticut killings: Police in 3 states seek suspect Peter ManfredoniaAn image released by CT State Police of Peter Manfredonia, the suspect in two homicides.

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Police search East Stroudsburg area for wanted Connecticut manClick here to view this video from wfmz.com.

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Police In Pennsylvania, New Jersey Searching For Connecticut Murder Suspect Believed To Be In East StroudsburgPolice in Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are looking for a 23-year-old man believed to be connected to two Connecticut slayings.

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Police in 3 states seek suspect in 2 Connecticut slayingsWILLINGTON, Conn. — The search for a 23-year-old University of Connecticut senior suspected in two slayings and believed to be armed with several stolen...

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Connecticut double homicide suspect last seen in Pennsylvania, police sayA 23-year-old man accused of killing two people in Connecticut was last seen in Pennsylvania, investigators said.

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For people with relatives in prison, coronavirus makes calls more urgentConnecticut ranks among the most expensive states in the country for the cost of calls dialed from within its prison walls - and COVID-19 has both made these connections more of a lifeline and, for those outside with lost jobs or income, a bigger hit to the wallet.

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Tri-state manhunt underway for suspect in Connecticut double homicidePolice in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania are on the lookout for a 23-year-old man suspected of killing two people as part of a larger crime spree over Memorial Day weekend.

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With celebrations and ceremonies canceled, a quieter Memorial Day to reflect on Connecticut's fallen fightersWill be muted in the time of coronavirus. Parades, cemetery tributes and big family gatherings marking the start of summer will have to wait.

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PPAs for 804-MW Park City offshore wind farm reach Connecticut PURAMay 25 - The power purchase agreements for the 804-MW Park City offshore wind project off the US' East Coast has been filed with Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.

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Search for Connecticut murder suspect stretches into PennsylvaniaWILLINGTON, Conn. — The search for a 23-year-old University of Connecticut senior suspected in two slayings and believed to be armed with several stolen guns had stretched from Connecticut to New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Sunday, state police said.

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Connecticut becomes a top destination for people moving out of New York following the coronavirus outbreakAfter 12 years living in New York City, the Baust family is more than ready to move out.

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Police in 3 states seek UConn suspect in 2 slayingsThe search for a 23-year-old University of Connecticut senior suspected in two slayings and believed to be armed with several stolen guns had stretched from Connecticut to New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Sunday, state police said.

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Virus in New England: Some houses of worship reopen; Mystic Pizza permit; R.I. firefighters in quarantineBOSTON — Religious leaders are taking steps to protect their congregations as services resume in Massachusetts and Vermont.

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Manhunt: Connecticut on the hunt for homicide suspect Peter Manfredonia, who is suspected of killing 2 people and wounding anotherVictims male, 62 Nicholas Eisele, 23 woman abducted Vehicle Related to ‘Armed and Dangerous' Suspect in Willington, Derby Murders Found in N.J. ‘Armed and Dangerous' Suspect in Willington Attack is a UConn Student: School Official State police searching in Pennsylvania for UConn senior wanted in Willington,...

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Several Connecticut state parks reach capacity as one closes due to homicide investigationSeveral state parks were closed before noon on Sunday after parking lots reached capacity. Meanwhile, Osbornedale State Park in Derby was closed for an entirely different reason - as Connecticut State Police searched for a man wanted in connection with two investigations.

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Murder suspect with 'strong ties' to Newtown, Connecticut, is manhunt subjectPeter Manfredonia, 23, is being sought in a Friday attack that left one dead and one injured, as well as the death of an acquaintance.

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State parks close as parking lots fill to capacityAs residents enjoy a beautiful Memorial Day weekend, authorities have started to close state parks as their parking lots fill to capacity.

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