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Waterford home health company agrees to pay $28,246 settlement

The U.S. Attorney announced Monday that a local home health care company and its owner have agreed to pay $28,246 to resolve civil charges that they employed a physical therapist who was excluded from federal health care programs.

Police logs - April 13

Arrests by local and state police departments in the region.

Police logs - April 12, 2021

Arrest by state and local police departments across the region

Pair charged with leaving 4-year-old in car outside North Stonington adult store

Two women from Utica, N.Y., were charged Saturday with leaving a 4-year boy in a car alone while they purchased items inside the Amazing Intimate Essentials adult store on Route 2.

New London police investigate Sunday afternoon carjacking

Police said a woman whose car was struck from behind on Bank Street Sunday afternoon, then had her own car stolen at gunpoint when she got out to check the damage.

Police logs - April 10, 2021

Arrests by state and local police in the region.

Updated: Police identify cyclist injured in Stonington as Michael Graner

Police identified the cyclist injured in Stonington as Michael Graner.

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Is that a sizzling summer in the COVID-19 crystal ball?

Clearing of pandemic clouds may be in store for the summer of 2021.

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Library Notes: If it’s spring, it’s time for the seed library

Community members are welcome to select from a variety of vegetable and flower seeds.

Reliance Health notes 45 years of serving the local community

The Career Closet, located in the recently renovated basement at Reliance Health’s Morosky Building. Individuals served by Reliance Health are able to utilize the Career Closet to obtain clothing for employment and other needs that may arise. (Photo submitted)

Initially known as Reliance House, Reliance Health's name was changed in 2016 “to better connect the name with the services it provides,” Reynolds said.

Coast Guard cadet volunteers help city beautification committee

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Thirteen cadets tackled a 7 cubic yards pile of mulch at Ocean Beach Park that needed to be spread in the garden that surrounds the deck of Port ‘N Starboard.

State program to target COVID-related absenteeism among students

New London and Norwich are among 15 cities to receive federal funding as part of the initiative

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Connecticut reckons with pause in administering Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The state has had to change its vaccination clinic plans, especially regarding mobile vans.

NYC opens dedicated vaccine site for TV, film, theater workers

Actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, left, and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, sign the autograph wall after they toured the grand opening of a Broadway COVID-19 vaccination site intended to jump-start the city's entertainment industry, in New York, Monday, April 12, 2021. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, Pool)

New York City on Monday opened a dedicated vaccination site in Times Square for film, television and theater workers as the city seeks to jumpstart New York's all-important arts and entertainment industry.