Thousands of flights were canceled, students got an extra day off from school or were being sent home early, and the federal government closed its offices in the Washington area Tuesday as another winter storm bore down on the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
With a winter storm bearing down on the state, Governor Malloy has asked for staggered release of nonessential state workers.
More than 200 accidents were reported in Connecticut as a winter storm slammed the region and potentially record-breaking cold temperatures are on the way.
Towns and cities in Connecticut are setting up emergency warming centers, for people who lose their heat during the storm and frigid weather.
Airfields at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport have been cleared of snow and operations have resumed, but many airlines canceled flights because of the winter storm that slammed the Northeast.
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As the state prepares for more snow and frigid temperatures, Governor Malloy ordered state agency heads to release state workers early to help manage the afternoon commute. The governor will brief the state on storm […]
The Department of Public Health is reminding state residents to prepare for the cold weather and winds forecast for the next few days, to avoid hypothermia and frostbite.
Residents and emergency management officials in New England and parts of New York prepared on Wednesday for a winter storm predicted to help usher in 2014 with snow and frigid temperatures across much of the region.
The ice that knocked out power to more than half a million people in the U.S. and Canada is stubbornly hanging on as frigid temperatures blanket a region from the Great Lakes to New England.