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Doctor continues the conversation on health equity

(WTNH) – Prioritizing equity in everything we do helps to create an environment where individuals are equipped to live their healthiest lives. It is vitally important to continue the conversation on health equity to ensure people are granted equal opportunity to access care despite social, economic, and physical facts.
HARTFORD, CT
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Connecticut ranks best state to be a police officer in, study shows

NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH) — A new study ranks Connecticut as the best place in the United States to be a police officer. The personal finance website WalletHub.com released its report of 2022′s Best & Worst States to be a Police Officer — ranking Connecticut as the best state and Arkansas as the worst. Liz Harsley […]
NORWICH, CT
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CT COVID-19 Updates: 7 day positivity rate at 13.05%

HARTFORD, Conn. — Latest CT COVID statistics. Gov. Ned Lamont announced the state's COVD-19 statistics over the past seven days. Over the past seven days, 11,044 PCR/NAAT tests came back positive out of 84,626 administered. This yields a positivity rate of 13.05%. Over the last week, there have been...
HARTFORD, CT
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Bristol Press

Plainville Community Schools select five teachers to honor

PLAINVILLE – Plainville Community Schools have selected a “Teacher of the Year” at each of the five Plainville schools. “The 2022-23 teachers of the year are Cassandra Smith-Johnson of Linden Street School, Morgan Campbell of Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School, Rob Silliman of Louis Toffolon Elementary School, Melanie Olmstead of the Middle School of Plainville and Deb Pikiell of Plainville High School,” said a release. “This new tradition provides the opportunity for each Plainville school community to select their own Teacher of the Year to be recognized and honored.”
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Renovation of Chamberlain Elementary School is nearing halfway point

NEW BRITAIN – The $55 million renovation of Chamberlain Elementary School is nearing the halfway point and on schedule to be completed by December of this year. New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart toured the property with the construction team Monday, including architect Kaestle Boos, construction manager Newfield Construction and members of the School Building Committee.
NEW BRITAIN, CT
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Police identify fatal Manchester crash victim

Police on Monday identified a person who died in a fiery crash Sunday as 24-year-old Diyar Muhammad Hamad of Shelton. The one-car crash happened at about 2:10 a.m. at Center and Fairview streets. Responding police and firefighters found a fully engulfed vehicle with the victim trapped inside had crashed into the wall of a building at 600 Center St. Hamad was pronounced dead at the scene. ...
MANCHESTER, CT

Man Killed In Fiery Manchester Crash, Police Say

A Fairfield County man died in a fiery single-vehicle car crash. It happened in Hartford County around 2:13 a.m., Sunday, May 15 in Manchester. Diyar Muhammad Hamad, age 24, of Shelton, was killed after Manchester Police responded to the area of Center and Fairview streets for a report of a crash with injuries, said Lt. Ryan Shea, of the Manchester Police.
MANCHESTER, CT
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One dies after car crashes into building wall in Manchester

MANCHESTER, Conn. (WFSB) - One person died following a serious car accident in Manchester on Sunday. Officials say they were called to Center and Fairview Street around 2:13 in the morning. When police got on scene, they found a car with heavy damage engulfed in flames. The car was found...
MANCHESTER, CT

Two Midshipmen Earn Knight-Hennessy Scholarship

Naval Academy Midshipman 1st Class (senior) William Jarrett, 22, of Gales Ferry, Connecticut, and Midshipman 1st Class (senior) Chase Lee, 22, of Las Vegas, Nevada, were recently named Knight-Hennessy Scholars. The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program provides full funding for students to pursue a graduate degree at Stanford University. Jarrett and Lee...
LAS VEGAS, NV
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Groton Seeks Applications for a Slice of $2.9 Million of Federal COVID Aid

GROTON – Looking for innovative projects to boost Groton’s recovery from COVID-19, the town opened applications for projects and initiatives that could use a portion of the town’s federal aid money to address pressing needs or make long-term improvements in the quality of life. The town is...
GROTON, CT
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