Governor Lamont Wednesday signed another executive order – the 55th since he enacted the emergency declarations – that builds upon his efforts to encourage mitigation strategies that slow down transmission of the virus.
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles reopened select offices Tuesday for in-person services, however due to the pandemic customers are required to make appointments in advance.
Tomorrow, June 25 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., I will be holding a Distancing Discussion at Mill Pond Park before we kick off Newington's Summer Concert Series.
This is an opportunity for you to connect with me to share your thoughts on recent events, issues you are experiencing, and suggestions on how I can better serve you.
If you attend, please wear a mask and stand 6 feet from others. I hope to see you!
Operation Fuel has always been able to help those in need with their energy costs. Amid the COVID-19 emergency, thousands of Connecticut residents are relying on the organization to help manage their energy expenses.
Rapid COVID-19/coronavirus testing will soon be available at the Hartford HealthCare System Support Office located at 181 Patricia M. Genova Drive in Newington, pending approval from the Connecticut Department of Public Health.
Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, and it was signed into law by President Trump on Friday.
To help Connecticut residents understand the details of the bill and how it can potentially provide assistance during the COVID-19 crisis, Senator Chris Murphy's office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions.
If you are a worker and find yourself unable to go to work, or if you are an employer and need to temporarily close your business, the following information will help answer most of the frequently asked questions.