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Students likely not returning to classrooms soon

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By Elio Gugliotti and Paul Hughes, Staff The earliest schools will reopen is April 20, but state and local officials are preparing for the possibility...

State launches loan program for businesses

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — The Lamont administration is launching a promised emergency loan program to help small businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic. The Connecticut...

State warns of coronavirus-related scams 

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — State officials are warning consumers about scammers marketing and selling fake at-home testing kits for coronavirus. The Office of Attorney...

COVID-19 cases, deaths surge

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — The COVID-19 outbreak continued surging Wednesday as nearly 260 more infections and seven more deaths were reported in Connecticut. The...

Beacon Falls officials eye bonding to improve roads, treatment plant

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer BEACON FALLS — Town officials are looking to bond $6 million to pay for road repairs and improvements to the...

Mayor announces first confirmed case of coronavirus in borough

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By Elio Gugliotti and Paul Hughes, Staff NAUGATUCK — A Naugatuck resident has tested positive for COVID-19 — the first confirmed case of the coronavirus...

Dean’s list

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Nazareth College ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Matthew Corona of Naugatuck and Cassandra Dupre, Sarah Dupre and Andrea Gutierrez, all of Prospect, were named to the dean’s...

Unemployment claims skyrocket

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By Michael Puffer, Republican-American WATERBURY — Applications for unemployment compensation in Connecticut skyrocketed last week as the coronavirus pandemic forced businesses to close and residents...

Beacon Falls resident tests positive for COVID-19

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor BEACON FALLS — Beacon Falls joined the growing list of towns in the state with at least one confirmed case of...

Lamont issues stay-at-home order

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By Republican-American HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont is ordering all nonessential businesses to close for a month Monday to combat the spread of COVID-19. “Look, this...