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Pandemic Deals Another Blow to Local News

The Day has reported that Pawcatuck-based biweekly newspaper The Resident has closed permanently after 30 years in the business. Editor and publisher Alexis Ann told...

Josh Kovner, 61

Longtime Hartford Courant reporter Josh Kovner has died. Friends say Josh had dealt with heart issues over the years, but his death comes as...

Day 39: Coronavirus in CT

Connect with us on Twitter, @TheLaurelCT. Here are the major news updates from today: Governor Lamont signed an executive order April 17 that enacts the following: Cloth...

Tribune Publishing Looks to Implement Further “Cost Savings”

A Poynter article has outlined Tribune Publishing's plan to furlough nonunion employees, but the Hartford Courant's parent company is also looking to hit an...

WFSB Welcomes New Reporter

WFSB, Channel 3, has a new face gracing its newscasts. News reporter Sharon Johnson, a New Jersey native and Emerson College graduate, has joined...

Quinnipiac’s First Hearst Fellow

Quinnipiac University journalism student Shayla Colon is the program's first Hearst Fellow, according to the Quinnipiac journalism department. She will spend three years doing...

Day 38: Coronavirus in CT

Connect with us on Twitter, @TheLaurelCT. Here are the major news updates from today: Governor Lamont signed an executive order April 17 that enacts the following: Cloth...

Day 37: Coronavirus in CT

Connect with us on Twitter, @TheLaurelCT. Here are the major news updates from today: Governor Lamont signed an executive order April 17 that enacts the following:...

Day 36: Coronavirus in CT

The Laurel is chronicling the major news concerning coronavirus in Connecticut. Follow along as the coverage continues, one day at a time. Connect with...

Lights, Camera, Action!

Bristol-based ESPN has created a home studio for Governor Ned Lamont, who has been appearing frequently on local and national newscasts to talk about...