City's first COVID-19 fatality had recently been admitted to hospital.
When 12-year-old Zoe Peterson saw on the news that volunteers were stepping up to sew cotton face masks to help shield health care workers from COVID-19, she knew she could pitch in.
Therapy dog Duke and owner Elizabeth "Tiger" Maynard-White keep visiting Harbor Village Rehabilition and Nursing — outside residents' windows.
A day after Mystic Seaport Museum submitted a letter to the state Department of Labor outlining its COVID-19-related layoffs, museum spokesman Dan McFadden stressed Tuesday that the Seaport is not closed permanently.
The city has helped to rehabilitate and open a vacant former nursing home as a precautionary measure.
"We have a desperate need for ventilators, masks, gowns and tests. We aren’t making enough, and then importantly, even when we are managing to make these critical supplies, they aren’t getting to where they need to be fast...
The town's Parks and Recreation department is reminding people who are running, walking or bicycling to wear reflective gear.
Mayor Michael Passero on Wednesday will present his proposed fiscal year 2020-21 budget to the City Council.
We're all trying to deal with the unprecedented experience of so many places being closed and being unable to spend time with people beyond our household.
"Art saved me," Aly said in a recent interview. "Art is part of my identity. It's the first identity I had that didn't have a gender. Being 'The Artist' gave me a place that was mine."
New London had its second resident test positive for COVID-19 Monday, and Preston had its first reported positive case Monday.
I can’t wait to see the robins strutting about my yard, tugging and pulling worms out of the ground. For me, that’s a sign that spring has sprung.
Since Sunday, an additional 578 Connecticut residents had tested positive for COVID-19 and two more have died.
Restrictions and a deadly unknown enemy are causing those in the funeral trade to adapt and innovate.
Amid concerns about providing adequate social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut has suspended its mobile food pantries sites “until further notice.”
A New London man was cited for reckless driving after police say the car he was driving hit a mailbox, flipped and rolled over multiple times early Friday.
A Niantic woman was arrested Saturday after police say she attacked another person with a pair of scissors during a domestic incident.
Emmanual Thomas-Brown, is described as black, five-feet, 4 inches tall, 110 pounds with black hair and eyes.