Meriden, CTNBC Connecticut

Local Church Volunteers Clean Up, Beautify Community Landmark in Meriden

At Hubbard Park in Meriden, a local church has made it their mission to come out, clean up and help beautify a community landmark. Thirty volunteers from the World Mission Society Church of God in Meriden are partnering with the Meriden Parks and Recreation Department to not just cleanup Hubbard Park, but to make a greater effort to combat litter.
Connecticut StatePosted by
The Nerdy Me

The Increase Of New Cases Calls For New Travel Restrictions in Connecticut and New York

With the rate of new COVID-19 cases skyrocketing in Connecticut and across the country, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said that he is considering new travel restrictions. The possibility of new travel restrictions has been hinted by Lamont on Monday. However, Lamont wants to discuss with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other neighboring governors before reissuing any potential travel restrictions:
Springfield, MAWWLP 22News

Preparing your children for a safe return to school during COVID-19

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Massachusetts school districts are required to conduct in-person learning on a full-time basis during the new school year. This, as the state’s risk for COVID-19 transmission continues to rise. And now, concerns over how to combat the virus as children return to classrooms. Massachusetts teachers unions...
Connecticut StateEyewitness News

Middletown's Nora Cupcake Company named best dessert shop in CT

MIDDLETOWN, CT (WFSB) - How sweet it is. Congratulations to Nora Cupcake in Middletown on being named the best dessert shop in Connecticut by the website The Daily Meal. Nora specializes in cupcakes, but also bakes plenty of other treats, such as cake bites, whoopie pies, and chocolate-covered chocolate chip cookies.
Springfield, MAWWLP 22News

Testing sites busier with Delta variant on the rise

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – While the CDC puts an emphasis again on masks indoors to combat the surging Delta variant, testing remains an important part of slowing the spread. “Two of my family members have COVID and I’m asymptotic”, said Eric Lopez of Chicopee. “Right now, I want to be...
Norwich, CTThe Day

Lottie B. Scott legacy, dreams and all, preserved in paper

Norwich — Lottie B. Scott has always been a dreamer. That creativity and insight helped shape her rise from Longtown, S.C., farm girl to a host of leadership positions over more than half a century, including president of the Norwich Branch of the NAACP and chairman of the Backus Hospital board of trustees.
Hartford, CTPosted by
Hartford Courant

Breaking down UConn’s quarterback competition, candidate by candidate

UConn football coach Randy Edsall has said on a number of occasions that there’ll be a great deal of competition for starting roles and playing time on this year’s team in the final weeks of preseason practice. There may not be a more open position that’s critical to team success than quarterback. Five players will vie for the lead gig: redshirt sophomore Steven Krajewski, sophomore Jack ...