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Connecticut, we hardly knew ye — till now

Connecticut, we hardly knew ye — till now

State tourism office, promoting 'staycations,' begins airing TV commercials, including one focusing on eastern Connecticut.

GALLERIES: Coronavirus

Walker's 25 lift Celtics over Clippers 117-112

Kemba Walker had 25 points and six assists, and the Boston Celtics took advantage of a late scratch of All-Star Kawhi Leonard and held off the Los Angeles Clippers 117-112 on Tuesday night.

Rangers beat Sabres 3-2

Pavel Buchnevich had a goal and an assist, Igor Shesterkin stopped 22 shots and the New York Rangers beat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 Tuesday night.

Isles beat Devils 2-1

Semyon Varlamov made 28 saves and came within 14 seconds of his fourth shutout, and the red-hot New York Islanders beat the slumping Devils 2-1 on Tuesday night in New Jersey's first home game with fans in almost a year.

Abortion concerns prompt archdiocese warning on vaccine

The Archdiocese of St. Louis on Tuesday encouraged Catholics to seek out the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines and avoid the Johnson & Johnson version if possible.

Local roundup: NFA girls moved up to No. 1 in state basketball poll

Norwich Free Academy moved to the top of the weekly GameTimeCT top 10 state girls' basketball poll on Tuesday.

OPINION

Making sense of Lamont's vaccine shift

Whether further developments prove Lamont right or wrong, making tough decisions — and sometimes unpopular ones — is called leadership.

Getting kids back in school full-time top priority

Getting students back in classrooms is not only important for their benefit, but for society generally.

'Black Renaissance' defines an historic moment

The instinct is to turn to art when we need to communicate something larger than ourselves. This is such a moment for Black artists of all genres, national and regional, whose works are finally getting the attention they merit.

Vaccine vs. virus: the next installment

We are not living in a rerun of 2020.

Refusing vaccine endangers others

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