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1 Virtual reference: helping patrons wherever they are
2 ‘Zoom bombing’ interrupts Hayes’ call with racial epithets
3 New Haven alder online meeting disrupted by child abuse Zoom-bomb
4 Leaky roofs first, then 'mission critical' improvements in Hamden schools
5 'Inclusiveness and diversity': Advocates say streaming services reduce barriers for people with disabilities
6 Patriots' coach Belichick stars in Subway TV commercial in Branford
7 How CT wedding professionals make it fun for brides to shop during coronavirus pandemic
8 Litchfield business owners brainstorm on Zoom
9 Libraries continue to serve during COVID-19
10 Four new coronavirus cases found at East Haven schools; special meeting scheduled
11 Simple acts can spread joy to those around you—and they don't cost a thing
12 'A glimmer of light': CT Jewish leaders say Hanukkah more needed than ever
13 State Player of Year Knowling staying put at Yale despite delays to season
14 New Haven BOE stands firm: Christopher Columbus school name has to go
15 For the birds: CT stores see record sales as birding hobby flies high during pandemic
16 Report: Yale professor to co-chair Biden's COVID task force
17 Free Wi-Fi now available on Branford Town Green
18 East Haven extends residents-only emergency beach order
19 Hand’s Sara Wohlgemuth reverses course, now will play at Florida Southern
20 'I realized that Judaism was really calling to me': Temple Beth Tikvah cantor, former Catholic
21 Biden's Yale coronavirus adviser: Trump's lack of cooperation delays national strategy
22 CT Santa finds creative way to meet children despite pandemic and give 'a feeling of hope'
23 Grant Park Advisory Council establishes subcommittee to review statues and monuments
24 How the history of New Haven's 'Black governor' helps expand the city's story
25 Yale takes beating in budget hearing as residents want university to pay more taxes
26 How a tiny CT school handled summer learning is helping it look toward fall
27 'We long for that human touch': Family, clergy find hospital visitation limits difficult amid coronavirus surge
28 CT towns confront Lamont’s ‘public vote’ order on budgets
29 New Haven mayor talks death and mourning at daily coronavirus press conference
30 New Haven Mayor Elicker to kids: Schools probably won’t reopen until fall
31 Two more coronavirus testing sites open today in New Haven hard-hit neighborhoods; 1 more in works
32 Stamford teacher becomes baby’s temporary guardian after mom gets coronavirus
33 Madison's General's Residence project set to commence | News
34 Alders move meeting date to address coronavirus issues
35 Becoming New Haven mayor amid a coronavirus crisis: Elicker's first 100 days
36 'Judaism was really calling to me': Temple's new cantor was former Catholic
37 WERA/N2 Endurance: Twisted Speed Takes Race, AOD Wins Championship (Updated)
38 Tweed delays meetings on airport master plan update
39 Yankees GM Brian Cashman to host virtual chat to benefit coronavirus fund at Family Centers
40 Jeff Jacobs: Ivy League paused, Yale freshman Matt Knowling waits for his college career to begin
41 Connecticut Food Bank in talks to merge with Hartford-area Foodshare
42 In the spotlight: HBO’s Real Sports comes to Milford’s Great River GC
43 Expert: Peak of second COVID wave by end of year; avoid large Thanksgiving gatherings
44 'We are at a crossroads': First five receive coronavirus vaccinations at Yale New Haven Hospital
45 Elm Shakespeare says it won’t do an Edgerton Park production this year
46 Afro-futuristic ‘Twelfth Night’ beams into University Theatre through April 6
47 Deaf people can't always communicate with someone behind a mask
48 Branford reopening from coronavirus closures while promoting social distancing
49 Long Wharf Theatre announces 2019-2020 season, including ‘I Am My Own Wife’
50 State coaches hoping to instill some changes in the game
51 Guilford teens wanted to spread holiday cheer and shopping local. They came up with Secret Snowmen.
52 'Best birthday, ever': How kids are celebrating in a time of social distancing
53 Developer of New Haven's ex-Coliseum site questioned on lack of details
54 New Haven increasing coronavirus safety measures; next worry is helping senior residents
55 Biden picks 3 Yale-connected doctors to lead national coronavirus task force
56 1000 year old-plus artifact uncovered at Westbrook beach
57 Officials: Keeping schools closed may cost New Haven
58 Coronavirus forces cancellation of Greenwich Town Party
59 With the Columbus statue down, what's next for New Haven?
60 Connecticut yoga studios offering online classes during coronavirus shutdown
61 Moody’s: CT poised to be 1 of just 7 fiscally safe states
62 Proposed $100 million New Haven biotech building gains committee approval
63 He started with lemons and he turned it into Nate's Lemonates, a lemonade stand with a view
64 Grief resources in Connecticut for those who lost loved ones during pandemic
65 Greenwich’s Meghan Lynch announces commitment to swim at national power Stanford
66 ‘A strange vibe’: An Election Day unlike others ends weird season
67 Yale New Haven Health: More than 600 employees have had coronavirus; 1,000 patients discharged
68 New Haven to receive $3.5 million in first round of CARES Act funding for coronavirus response
69 Review: Yale Rep’s ‘Twelfth Night’ soars as futuristic treat
70 Conard's Sherry shatters State Open record in 3200 | Sports
71 Things to do in arts, entertainment for mid-November 2020
72 Physically distanced but spiritually close, faithful return to their church homes
73 COVID in Connecticut: Live updates and the latest information
74 Against ‘next normal’ of 6 feet, Norwalk startup tracks distancing
75 New Haven’s popular Ferraro’s Market returns to full schedule
76 Coronavirus keeping Yale students home, but some remain on campus
77 A New Haven park plan calls for housing; neighbors fear loss of 'important asset'
78 New Haven police chief: Cuts will mean changes public may not like
79 Police argue to retain protections from civil lawsuits in historic public hearing
80 Ending police immunity from lawsuits a tough sell in reform bill
81 Hope remains for local, state Little League tournament experiences
82 National Guard helps to ‘ramp up’ CT nursing home inspections
83 Potentially deadly coronavirus-linked child illness confirmed in CT
84 New Clinton boutique, From Stem to Fern, is a hothouse of creativity
85 Guilford company working overtime to manufacture ventilators for coronavirus patients
86 Candelora, Cohen, Needleman win reelection; absentee ballot counts ongoing in Shoreline races
87 Free COVID-19 testing set for Bridgeport first responders and residents
88 Randall Beach: Strange scenes as New Haven courthouse copes with COVID
89 Branford recovers from coronavirus | News | shorelinetimes.com
90 Bridgeport’s coronavirus cases increase; Ganim takes to video to offer information
91 As CT readies to reopen, parents face child care gap
92 Conard's Scrimgeour wins 3200 at State Open | Sports
93 10 children in Connecticut now counted with new inflammatory disease
94 UnitedHealth Group to issue premium credits for CT, US members
95 New Haven shuts 911 center for cleaning after worker tests positive for coronavirus
96 Is Marty impeding social distancing? Stop & Shop responds
97 Coronavirus claims 375 nursing home patients
98 Nearly 60% of CT coronavirus deaths occur in nursing homes, new data shows
99 COVID-19 testing sites opening at 12 local pharmacies in CT
100 Jeff Jacobs: From Yale to NFL stardom, Foye Oluokun has same low-key approach