Monthly Archives: September 2021

North Central Connecticut School Bus Drivers Report to Work as Vaccination Mandate Goes into Effect Today | Connecticut and area

Gov. Ned Lamont’s vaccination mandate for school bus drivers goes into effect today, but local education officials say they don’t expect staffing issues to cause problems in their cities. Lamont spokesman Max Reiss said this morning that while the governor’s office expects “scattered” problems in parts of the state, state …

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The Bristol Press – University of Miami routs central Connecticut, sets school parking record

@TheTylerHetu Central Connecticut football was blown out by the University of Miami (2-2) Saturday afternoon 69-0. The Hurricanes had a school-record 739 yards on the Blue Devils without senior quarterback D’Erik King. In his place, Glastonbury, Conn., native Tyler Van Dyke passed for 270 yards and three scores in his …

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Miami freshmen lead rout in central Connecticut state

UM first-year quarterback Jake Garcia (13) slips out of the pocket and runs down the field during Miami’s game against Central Connecticut State on September 25, 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium. Photo credit: Josh Halper UM football entered Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday morning determined to right its mistakes after …

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S Gurvan Hall suspended against Central Connecticut State; More newbies

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA. — Security Gurvan Hall was suspended for one game for violating team rules, the school announced Saturday shortly before facing Central Connecticut State. Hall started the first three games of the season and played the most snaps (210) of any defensive player while second on the team …

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Miami Hurricanes roll Connecticut Blue Devils through Central Connecticut 69-0 at Hard Rock Stadium

Homepage ” Miami Hurricanes roll Connecticut Blue Devils through Central Connecticut 69-0 at Hard Rock Stadium Next game: hosts Virginia on Thursday night ABOVE VIDEO: The Miami Hurricanes rewrote the record books on Saturday afternoon. MIAMI, FLORIDA (Miami Hurricanes) – The Miami Hurricanes rewrote the record books on Saturday afternoon. …

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Ion Bank Opens First Branch in North Central Connecticut | Business

Ion Bank branches out into North Central Connecticut. The Naugatuck-based bank recently announced the official opening of its new South Windsor branch at 1751 Ellington Road. “As a mutual bank, we do what is in the best interest of our customers and the communities we serve,” said David J. Rotatori, …

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How to watch, broadcast, listen

MIAMI GARDENS, Florida –Miami plans to play without quarterback D’Eriq King on Saturday when he faces Central Connecticut State. What channel is the game on? Bally Sports Florida at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday How to listen to the game? 560 h 00 How to distribute the game? ESPN.com King injured …

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Central Connecticut State University Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with “Caribbean Roots” Panel

NEW BRITAIN, Connecticut (WTNH) – Central Connecticut State University is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month on Thursday by hosting a panel to discuss the “Caribbean Roots” mural. The Latin American, Latin American and Caribbean Center and the Center Africana of CCSU will host a discussion on CCSU alumni, teacher and artist …

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Australia Set to Reopen ‘No Later Than Christmas’ Says Tourism Minister | Gwinnett Daily Post Travel

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Outdoor recreation drives Michigan tourism upturn

Local tourism officials say outdoor recreation is bringing tourism back to Michigan, after two summers plagued by pandemic fears. And they hope the changes in the way people travel will mean even better days to come. This is good news for the tourism industry, which employed more than 230,000 people …

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AD Ports Group and Aqaba Development Corporation sign agreement for tourism and maritime development projects in Aqaba

A new cruise terminal will be developed by AD Ports Group as part of the strategic plan to improve the maritime and tourism sectors ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, September 19, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – AD Ports Group, a leading trade and logistics enabler, has signed a terms and conditions …

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Summer tourism up sharply compared to 2019

Tourism in Connecticut brings in more than $ 13 billion each year. ROCKY HILL, Connecticut – Many state parks saw increased visitor numbers this summer compared to 2019, officials say. He highlighted the impact of two state programs launched this summer, including the Connecticut Summer Program at the Museum, which …

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Governor Lamont Announces Launch of “Full Color Connecticut” Campaign Promoting Fall Travel Season

Press Releases 09/10/2021 Governor Lamont Announces Launch of “Full Color Connecticut” Campaign Promoting Fall Travel Season Download the image in high quality (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that the Connecticut Tourism Board is launching a new fall marketing campaign to promote safe travel and fuel the continued …

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The Bristol Press – Lake Compounce is hosting a walk through central Connecticut this Sunday to end Alzheimer’s disease

@DeanIWright BRISTOL – Coming to Lake Compounce this Sunday is Central Connecticut’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease. The walk route will open at 8:00 a.m. and visitors are free to complete it before or after the promised garden ceremony at 9:00 a.m. Walkers are encouraged to maintain social distancing. Hand …

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Israel to reopen borders to tourism in 2 weeks despite resurgence of COVID-19 cases

Israelis and vaccinated tourists wearing COVID-19 protective masks arrive at Israel’s Ben-Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv on May 23, 2021, after a partial reopening of the border to vaccinated tourists from 14 countries. ACK GUEZ / AFP via Getty Images Israel’s tourism ministry said it would start allowing organized tour …

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As coal fades, Northwest Colorado’s economy turns to tourism | Colorado News

By JASON BLEVINS, The Colorado Sun DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT, Colorado (AP) – The 10 rafts are attached to the banks of the Green River. The tents are pitched. The sun sets on the sandstone walls of the canyon. As 30 rafters dig into steaming chili bowls, it’s time to start …

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