The Hartford Courant
Plainville-Southington Health District Plans Food Safety Classes For Festival Vendors
Food vendors and volunteers at festivals should have safety training to ensure that pizza, sandwiches, soups and other items sold at public events comply with food-service regulations, local health officials said on Thursday.
4 die at Minn. veterans home after virus outbreak
So far the virus has not been positively linked to the deaths at Minneapolis Veterans Home since March 7, department spokeswoman Anna Lewicki Long said Thursday.
Jacksontown sewer project gets one $2.9M bid
Mark Schaffer Excavating and Trucking Inc., of Norwalk, submitted the lone bid Thursday for the Jacksontown sanitary sewer project.
Norovirus outbreak at Tansley Woods retirement, nursing homes
Four residents of the Village of Tansley Woods retirement and long-term care homes have died with Norovirus symptoms, although the illness is not considered to be the direct cause but just one of the underlying conditions in those who died, says an official with the Halton Region Health Department.
Vile virus strikes Gymnastics staff
The Langley Gymnastics Foundation was closed over the weekend of Feb. 22 and 23 after an outbreak of Norwalk-like virus hit staff and a handful of children.
The Norwalk Daily Voice
Norwalk Could See Snow Showers Thursday, Major Storm Sunday
Thursday will be marked by a frigid wind chills with gusts as high as 30 mph and a high temperature in the high 20s, according to the National Weather Service.
Norwalk-like outbreak closes Langley gymnastics facility
The Norwalk virus is the best known of the norovirus group, which affect the human gastrointestinal system.
This is a sick way to spend your vacation
What's worse than being stricken with stomach flu on vacation? Maybe it's being quarantined on a cruise ship with hundreds of other passengers suffering from the same illness.