Connecticut, like a lot of the country, is in the middle of a second wave of the coronavirus. That's why it's putting out a call for helpers.
According to grocery stores, the virus has not only changed the size of holiday gatherings, it also changed what people are buying.
Demand for coronavirus tests remain high. Now, experts warn that a test does not necessarily mean its safe to gather with family and friends.
(WFSB) – Federal and state health officials continue to urge people not to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday has health officials concerned about a surge in COVID-19 infections.
New Haven is seeing a surge in COVID-19 numbers and indoor dining may be a contributing factor.
There’s not doubt that this year has been a very difficult year financially for many families.
Coronavirus testing sites across the state are seeing increased demand.
While the state hovers around the 4 to 6 percent positivity rate, there is a big concern that number could jump as college students return from all over the country for Thanksgiving.
Crews on Monday morning removed barriers for outdoor dining at West Hartford’s Blue Back Square.