In Connecticut, any veteran, regardless of age, who is enrolled in the Veterans Affairs health care system, can now get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Supply remains the biggest obstacle to doing that, the base's emergency manager said. The base is receiving more regular shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine and is holding at least one of these mass vaccination clinics a week.
Advocates for military spouses say Lamont's proposed changes to professional licensing requirements could make Connecticut a more attractive place for service members and their families.
Kat Stroh, recognized as a young leader in engineering, said early exposure and representation are key to increasing minority and female participation in the STEM fields.
Black vultures were once very uncommon in Connecticut but in recent years their numbers have been growing.
Gov. Ned Lamont's office announces deal with Mohegan Tribe and Connecticut Lottery Corp. that addresses the state's move to authorize sports wagering and online gaming.
While 60% of families here want their children to return to more in-person instruction, more than 85% of teachers want to remain in the current hybrid mode for the remainder of the school year.
Emil Santos, 13, of Groton, his friend Owen Romero, 12, and his father, Juan Romero, of Gales Ferry hit the trails at Bluff Point State Park with their bikes.