We knew that there would be an avalanche of major retailers, local and national restaurants that wouldn't make it through this pandemic. It doesn't make any of these breaking news stories any easier to report
S.V.P., as he's famously called, purchased The Farmington home in October 2014 for 3 million. It boasts 6 beds, 4.5 baths, and is a whopping 8,801 square feet located at the end of a cul-de-sac. The house includes a 4 car garage, movie theatre, bar, and gym, according to realtor.com:
After a few months of deliberation, The civil rights office of the U.S. Education Department has decided that the participation in girls' athletics of two transgender female athletes, Terry Miller (Bloomfield, CT) and Andraya Miller (Cromwell, CT), is a violation of Title IX.
Admittedly, Quarantine has given all of us an unprecedented urge to get outside and be "one with nature." Luckily for us Connecticuteans, our state boasts a ton of forests, parks, mountains, and preserves to explore. Whether you're looking to hike, walk, bike, or birdwatch, here are seven well-known areas that can serve as healthier (and happier) alternatives to your daily Netflix-binge ritual.
The department updated its software in response to a massive uptick in the number of claim applications due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new software will facilitate the continuing claims that will need to be processed in the near future.
On March 20, Elicker requested that Yale President Peter Salovey open up housing for up to 150 responders who might have been exposed to the virus. This includes hospital personnel, public safety workers, firefighters, and police, according to the New Haven Register.