State reports COVID cases, deaths among fully vaccinated people

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American State health officials on May 7 reported 242 people in Connecticut have contracted COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated against the viral...

Lamont order revises state’s mask mandate

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont on May 18 renewed the current COVID-19 emergency declarations in the state through July 20 as...

Police charge pair with extorting money from Prospect couple

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By Jonathan Shugarts, Republican-American WATERBURY — Two people from Meriden are facing felony larceny charges after state police say they extorted tens of thousands of...

Head-on crash injures four in Prospect

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PROSPECT — Four people were injured in a head-on crash Sunday night on New Haven Road. Police said a juvenile, whose name and age weren’t...

Budget proposal keeps Region 16 spending flat

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Shift in student population puts more of the burden on Prospect PROSPECT — Region 16 Superintendent of Schools Michael Yamin’s proposed 2020-21 school budget has...

Ceremony shines light on Women of Woodland

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By Madison Lisowski, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — In recognition of International Women’s Month, Woodland Worldwide is celebrating seven women who demonstrate “The Woodland Way.” Woodland...

Prospect house fire displaces three residents

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor PROSPECT — Three adults and two pets escaped a house fire Sunday night unharmed, but the blaze left their home on...

Prospect Mayor Chatfield tests positive for COVID, quarantining

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor   PROSPECT — Mayor Robert Chatfield tested positive for COVID-19 early this week and is quarantining at home until at least next...

Funeral homes balance safety with need for grieving

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By Roger Cleaveland, Republican-American Funeral directors are working to balance safety amid the COVID-19 outbreak with the need for closure for family and friends of...

Lamont says restrictions could be eased by mid-March

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American Gov. Ned Lamont told the Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commence on Friday that he anticipates relaxing coronavirus-related restrictions in mid-March if...

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