Here's When Coronavirus Cases Will Peak In CT: Hospital Chief

Anna Bybee-Schier
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Here are the news stories trending across Connecticut this afternoon:

Coronavirus CT: Hospital Chief Says We Are In For 'Tough Winter'

The average length of a COVID-19 hospital stay is less than in the spring, but the CEO of the hospital says we can expect more of them.>>>Read More.

Former Dulos Family Home Is Back On The Market; Sale Pending

The luxury home measures more than 10,000 square feet and is listed for $1.75 million.>>>Read More.

Obituary: Noah Rio Ribeiro Rivers

Noah, a loving little boy, enjoyed spending time with loved ones, playing with his stuffed animal Mr. Octopus and learning how to crawl. He was born 11 weeks premature.>>>Read More.

Expiration Date Looming For $100,000 CT Lottery Prize

Time is running out on a $100,000 CT Lottery Cash5 ticket with a five-number match.>>>Read More.

Hospital, Nurses Reach A Deal

After a strike by nurses at the hospital earlier this month, the two sides have reached an agreement.>>>Read More.

This article originally appeared on the Across Connecticut Patch