Six local players, including two each from Lyman Memorial and Montville, were named to the 2020 Connecticut High School Coaches' Association Class S all-state boys' soccer team, which was released on Wednesday.
The school district was notified Wednesday of two COVID-19 cases specific to East Lyme Middle School, the superintendent said in a notice to the school community.
People in Clinton, Chester, Durham, Essex, East Haddam, Deep River, Haddam, Killingworth, Lyme, Madison, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook and Westbrook can get free rides to any testing sites in those towns.
This year, Madonna Place hopes to give families a gift card for each of their children so parents can shop for their own gifts.
State agency established by Affordable Care Act provides low-cost options for those who lost health coverage during pandemic.
The Drop-In Learning Center is asking for donations for older children, who are sometimes overlooked as resources go to younger kids.
What cannot be totally controlled is the successful compliance of individuals, meaning not just those defying the social distancing rules but anyone unlucky enough to be exposed to the virus because they cannot control whom they encounter.
Connecticut COVID-19 Numbers
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