Hamden church holds popular ‘Parking and praise’ outdoor Sunday service through COVID pandemic
At the Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church the love and fellowship has has remained as strong as ever- throughout the pandemic.
Shubert Theatre raises the curtain for New Haven residents seeking COVID vaccinations
The stage may be dark inside New Haven’s Shubert Theatre but, ‘premiering’ Wednesday and Thursday is a no appointment needed COVID vaccination site for elm city residents only.
Dinosaur Place in Nature’s Art Village set to reopen for the season Friday with COVID restrictions
The Dinosaur Place in Nature’s Art Village in Montville plans to reopen for the season on Friday with some COVID-19 safety measures in place.
Fair Haven Community Health Care ranked as a top 10 quality leader by federal agency
In this pandemic, it has never been more important for low-income neighborhoods to have access to good health care.
Mount Southington prepares for ski season in a pandemic
The leaves aren’t even off the trees, some even haven’t turned yet, but right now the ski operators are ready for the snow and COVID-19. They have been talking since June and July about how to make the ski areas safe during the winter.
Killingworth restaurant delivers 600 meals to elderly community social-distancing during coronavirus crisis
In addition to providing take-out, a Killingworth restaurant is cooking up something nice for some people in their community.
Rich Coppola to WTNH - The Laurel | "Fostering cooperation among legislative newspapermen (and women, and broadcast journalists, and bloggers, and media junkies)."
When sportscaster Rich Coppola and his former employer, FOX61, couldn’t come to terms this past summer, there was widespread dismay at the loss of someone with 30 years of experience in the Connecticut market. Now, after months of rumors, WTNH has officially hired him to do news. Here’s the announcement from News Director Chuck Carter: …