There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Friday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.
It will house a 30-bed COVID-19 Recovery Facility.>>>Read More.
The first coronavirus shots in Connecticut nursing homes have been administered.>>>Read More.
Only three of Connecticut's 169 towns aren't in the red zone for coronavirus infections. Here is how your town is ranked.>>>Read More.
He made the announcement, two days after his wife, who is a current TV news anchor, announced her own positive test for the virus.>>>Read More.
MacKenzie Scott donated to Connecticut organizations as part of a $4.2 billion in donations to non-profits across the country. Here are the local agencies she supported.>>>Read More.
Congress has vowed not to go home before approving a nearly $900 billion stimulus. Here’s how it could help people in Connecticut.>>>Read More.
Part of the House GOP's plan is to establish a $50 million targeted pandemic relief grant fund for those with qualifying monetary losses.>>>Read More.
The economic effects of the second coronavirus wave are becoming apparent in Connecticut.>>>Read More.
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