Gov. Dannel Malloy signs a ceremonial bill regarding the administration of epinephrine in public schools, with, from left, Helen Jaffe, state Rep. Kim Fawcett (R-133), Jamie Kapel, Weston First Selectman Gayle Weinstein, state Rep. John Shaban (R-135) and state Sen. Toni Boucher (R-26) looking on. Photo by Patricia Gay

New bill allows school employees to give epinephrine injection

The new law took effect on July 1, and allows trained school employees to administer the life-saving treatment epinephrine for emergency first aid to any students who may experience a severe allergic reaction and were not previously known to have serious allergies.

Electricity generated from adding more solar panels to the roof of Samuel Staples Elementary School could general power for Easton’s schools and municipal buildings. Photo by Tina Ugas.

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Voters approve partial roof replacement at Barlow

The vote in Easton was 119 in favor and 35 opposed. The vote in Redding was 366 in favor and 156 opposed for a grand total of 485 in favor and 191 opposed.

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