The University of Connecticut has agreed to pay a total of just under $250,000 to seven female employees after the U.S. Labor Department found the school had been paying higher salaries to their male counterparts
Schools in several municipalities that have been put on high alert by the state because of rising coronavirus numbers have paused in-person learning, but others have decided to keep their schools open
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A Massachusetts trooper led officers on a chase, another took cash under the table for unauthorized police escorts for funeral processions and yet another partied with people connected to organized crime
Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave the green light for movie theaters to open outside of New York City on Saturday as he all but declared victory over the coronavirus hot spots that had threatened to spread into a wider flare up.
A draft plan for distributing an anticipated COVID-19 vaccine suggest that residents who are elderly or medically at-risk for infection, as well as health care workers and other essential workers, will likely receive the first doses in Connecticut
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Three-term Republican incumbent state Senator Paul Formica and his Democratic challenger Martha Marx, debated issues such as the police accountability bill, minimum wage, marijuana, racial equality and the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday night.