Local News for Farmington, Connecticut


Red Cross receives biomedical services donation

FARMINGTON – ConnectiCare, a leading Connecticut health plan, has donated $50,000 to support the work of American Red Cross Biomedical Services. The donation, made through the Ready 365 Giving Program, is a continuation of ConnectiCare’s partnership with the Red Cross Connecticut Chapter and elevates the company to a Gold level supporter, according to a statement. READ MORE.

Visit Hill-Stead!

Daily House Tours available Thursday through Sunday. Exclusive Private Tours by appointment. Our Museum Shop is closed at this time. Please review Hill-Stead’s extensive safety measures via the reopening plan. [Read more] The post Visit Hill-Stead! appeared first on Hill-Stead Museum. Read the article on hillstead.org READ MORE.

Construction update – January 5, 2021

Inside, outside, everywhere you look! The holidays aren’t slowing down our construction project at Hill-Stead-the past two weeks have been busy, noisy, dusty, and at times, a little smelly! [Read more] The post Construction update – January 5, 2021 appeared first on Hill-Stead Museum. Read the article on hillstead.org READ MORE.

Pediatricians are working to separate healthy and sick patients. One Connecticut practice opened a separate office.

A medical office in Farmington serves as the new acute care clinic for Unionville Pediatrics, and is dedicated solely to ill youngsters – including those who may have COVID-19. The practice is seeing well children for routine exams, vaccinations, behavioral health, injuries and other needs at its main office in the town’s Unionville section. Read READ MORE.