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NPU unions defer raises as utility responds to COVID-19 revenue losses

NPU is losing $1 million per month in revenue due to COVID-19 business shutdowns and customers unable to pay monthly utility bills.

We went out to dinner and here's what we discovered

Diners sit outside at tables at Kokomo´s in Old Lyme on Sunday, May 24, 2020. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

From Westerly to Old Lyme, restaurants are offering outside dining

Lamont wants casinos to defer June 1 reopenings for two weeks

Technicians work on video slot machines Thursday, May 21, 2020, on the Casino of the Sky gaming floor at Mohegan Sun Casino. Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods both plan limited openings June 1, but Gov. Ned Lamont said he hopes to persuade the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to push back their scheduled reopenings “a couple of weeks.”  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Failing a delay, governor wants Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mohegan Sun to open “on a safer basis,” without serving alcohol.


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Cuomo rings opening bell as NYSE reopens after 2 months

The trading floor of the New York Stock exchange has reopened for the first time in two months and the state legislature was set to reconvene as New York relaxed more restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus

Millstone's positive COVID-19 cases include control room operators

Millstone Power Station’s COVID-19 response, which faced criticism from some of its employees earlier this month, has now drawn the ire of the watchdog group Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone.

The Atlantic lays off dozens of staff as pandemic hits media budgets

The cuts at the Atlantic underscore the strange dynamic the COVID-19 pandemic has caused in the media industry.