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This is the second price cut on the home since March.
The eatery was celebrated for its generously proportioned specialty sandwiches.
To date, Woofgang & Co. has provided 8,000 hours of vocational training as well as 2,000 hours of customer service training to young people who have been diagnosed with a wide range of disabilities.
The 26 units would range from one bedroom to three bedrooms, and measure from about 800 square feet to about 2,200 square feet.
CVS Health expects to have up to 1,000 locations across the country offering the service by the end of May, with the goal of processing up to 1.5 million tests per month, subject to availability of supplies and lab capacity.
Cumberland Farms locations in Ansonia and Naugatuck were also temporarily closed for the same reason.
On or about June 30, Sodexo will close its operations at Connecticut Travel Plazas on Route I-95, Route 15 and Route I-395. Instead, Project Service, based in North Haven, will handle maintenance and custodial services moving forward.
Assisted Living Technologies' offerings include a telehealth tablet that seniors use to monitor such vital signs as blood pressure, weight, and blood oxygen saturation levels, which are then transmitted to a physician and/or family members via Bluetooth.
"I see growth in areas that assist in working from home, telehealth and remote education," said Acheychek regarding the new growth industries.
“This is and should be an occasion for creativity," Nemec says. "There’s a line in the movie 'Apollo 13' that I’ve always liked: ‘I don't care about what anything was DESIGNED to do, I care about what it CAN do'."
Around the state, some favor opening businesses now, while others favor slowly rolling out certain sectors. Even Gov. Ned Lamont, who has said an official strategic announcement will be made on May 20, is now indicating some reopenings could occur sooner.
The land trust intends to keep Gilbertie’s -- the largest certified organic greenhouse operation in the Northeast -- as a working farm in perpetuity and is exploring ways the farm can be more accessible to the community.
The Fairfield location is the only store in the chain that is currently closed.
“Even under normal circumstances, there are sometimes delays to services beyond anyone’s control," says Jonathan L. Green, a licensed funeral director/embalmer at Abraham L. Green & Son Funeral Home in Fairfield. "We are working closely with the medical community, and local and state governments to keep our traditions while safely navigating this public health crisis.”
"This was an attempted power play by the tribes to use the pandemic to bypass the legislature not only to gain approval for online gambling but to gain the exclusive right to offer it in Connecticut,” wrote Hwang and former Rep. Robert Steele.