For Conn College dancers, arboretum provides socially distant stage
New London — Connecticut College students were able to work on a routine in person Tuesday during a Repertory Dance class at the school's arboretum.
It was the first in-person class for the group, which has been meeting virtually on Zoom up to this point to follow the school's COVID-19 guidelines, instructor Lisa Race said. Masks are required and the class will meet in person outdoors only ahead of an outdoor performance in October.
Stories that may interest you
Groton Superintendent Michael Graner said the person had not been in school for more than a week, while Norwich Superintendent Kristen Stringfellow said the infected person hadn't been in school since Sept. 15.
Little Free Libraries are small containers in public places for people to take and, ideally, leave books. With the three new ones, the town now has six.
Lori and John Herde say card that arrived in Wednesday's mail amounts to harassment.
The Vanderman Place nursing home in Willimantic is owned by JACC LLC, which owns the Three Rivers Healthcare nursing home ordered closed by the state.
All of our stories about the coronavirus are being provided free of charge as a service to the public. You can find all of our stories here.
You can support local journalism by subscribing to The Day.