This Week in Connecticut with Dennis House is chock full of information about this challenging era we live in.
We will talk about the impact of Covid-19 on our children with Senator Chris Murphy and Dr. David Bendor of Hartford Healthcare’s the Institute of Living. Senator Murphy also will reveal what he is trying to do to get children out of the house and back in to normal life. Speaking of that, are their long term impacts of remote schooling? Dr. Bendor’s take is fascinating. We also have insight from in-depth reports from Jodi Latina, Lisa Carberg and Mackenzie Maynard.
New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart takes me around the Hardware City and we talk about her future. Is she running for governor in 2022?
Also Torrington is plotting a comeback and I talk with a comeback kid helping out: Tim Moore.
Some 600 restaurants in Connecticut have gone under since the pandemic, but some are thriving and expanding, like The Place 2 Be, expanding into Hartford and West Hartford and beyond. Kent Pierce has our story you’ll want to see. He explains why this eatery is “Instagrammable.”
We also remember a revered leader in our state. See you at 10AM on WTNH, News 8.