Norwich police trying to identify individuals suspected in car burglaries

Police have video footage of two males entering locked vehicles overnight on Friday and are trying to identify the suspects.

Gov. Ned Lamont encourages people with health care experience to volunteer

Medical volunteers are needed in the state's hospitals, nursing homes and medical facilities, according to a notice from the United Way of Connecticut.

Mystic musicians asked to perform 'America the Beautiful' Sunday at noon

A group of music teachers here are asking instrumentalists and vocalists to go outside to play and sing 'America the Beautiful' on Sunday at noon.

Shots fired in parking lot after robbery at Home Depot in Waterford

Shots were fired at a car in the Home Depot parking lot after a robbery Friday morning, according to police.

New London closing transfer station to public; curbside pickup unaffected

The city is closing public access to the transfer station effective Monday.

LOCAL

Norwich schools expand meal distribution to seven days

The Norwich public school system is expanding the grab-and-go school meals program to seven days, and is adding nine new locations.

Waterford to hold third food drive Saturday

All donations go to the Waterford Interfaith Food Locker.

State courts closing more buildings, reducing hours and limiting business due to coronavirus

Chief Court Administrator Patrick L. Carroll III announced the changes as the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths continued to mount in Connecticut.

New London police issued bulletin for 15-year-old runaway

Emmanual Thomas-Brown, is described as black, five-feet, 4 inches tall, 110 pounds with black hair and eyes.

Suspended New London police sergeant claims discrimination

The police chief has suspended a sergeant for 20 days without pay for punching a handcuffed prisoner in the face last year.

UPDATED: Falling boulder traps man in Jewett City

State police said a boulder fell on a man's leg by the train tracks in Jewett City, pinning him to the ground.

STATE/NORTHEAST

Quinnipiac cuts salaries to mitigate effects of pandemic

The university temporarily reduced all employee salaries, eliminated merit increases for the next academic year, trimmed department budgets.

Amazon workers to strike at New York site over virus concerns

A worker wearing a protective mask and gloves carries Amazon boxes during a delivery in the Bronx borough of New York on Thursday, March 26, 2020. (Bloomberg photo by Angus Mordant)

About 100 Amazon employees at a New York fulfillment center plan to go on strike at noon Monday, saying management has been unresponsive to safety concerns and the spread of the coronavirus at the facility.

FEMA approves Connecticut's request for a major disaster declaration

Gov. Ned Lamont also announced at 5 p.m. Sunday that an additional 469 Connecticut residents have tested positive for the virus since Saturday and one more has died.

New England roundup of coronavirus news

A member of the Rhode Island National Guard Military Police directs a motorist with New York license plates at a checkpoint on I-95 near the border with Connecticut where New Yorkers must pull over and provide contact information and are told to self-quarantine for two weeks, Saturday, March 28, 2020, in Hope Valley, R.I. Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo on Saturday ordered anyone visiting the state to self-quarantine for 14 days and restricted residents to stay at home and nonessential retail businesses to close Monday until April 13 to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Patients are being moved out of a nursing home in Worcester, Massachusetts, so that the facility can be turned into a treatment and recovery center for COVID-19 patients

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