Employers face tough choices w/ vaccine rollout

Many Connecticut employers still have work-from-home, mask-wearing and other coronavirus-induced policies in place, but with recent news of vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna potentially becoming available as early as December, companies are now looking at how to go about resuming normal operations. Legal experts say businesses should start planning now for what a vaccine…

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Fallen officers honored for their sacrifices

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A central Minnesota community is showing its appreciation for two officers who were killed in the line of duty. The families of Officers Thomas Decker and Brian Klinefelter shared a message of thanks that their sacrifices are not forgotten. In November of 2012, Officer Thomas Decker and his partner responded to a…

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PA officials warn of Covid concern in care homes

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — Health care officials warn as Covid cases spike, there is serious concern about the virus sweeping through care homes throughout Pennsylvania: affecting those most at-risk. “Everything that we’ve seen says spread in the community means spread in long term care. We know that that could spell disaster in our nursing homes, in…

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12 -yo girl brings Christmas joy to others

GLOUCESTER, Va. — Charlotte Kirby’s mission is to make sure children truly have a merry Christmas.”It saddens that some people don’t get to experience it,” She told News 3.That is why she started Charlotte’s Annual Toy Drive, providing toys for children for free. She got the idea when she was four years old.”I wanted to…

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