Mayor Pete Bass is proposing adding a domestic violence family advocate, a new position that would serve as a direct link between the social services and police departments.
The United Way of Greater Waterbury has kicked off its annual fundraising campaign. Previous year has seen them fundraise $4 million.
Shepaug Valley School’s agriscience program has tripled in size within three years. There are many new aspects about the program this year.
Towns and schools will hold ceremonies marking the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks over the next few days.
West Hartford Community Theater is staging a night of one-act plays, which were originally planned for April 2020 before COVID-19 delayed them.
Dr. Michael Weiner, the vice chair in the department of pediatrics at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, has written a book about his career.
NEW MILFORD — A father died after trying to save two children from drowning in Candlewood Lake on Labor Day, officials said.
This summer, several interns helped the Kent Land Trust with a number of projects, including bird research and trail work.
Paul Rossman and Cheri Clay is getting Cool Stones Hot Rocks back up and running online after the business was destroyed in a fire last month.
The Connecticut State Police sergeant was found early Thursday morning after he was swept away by floodwaters in Woodbury, officials said.
Internet access, senior housing and preservation of natural resources are some of the questions asked by the town’s Plan of Conservation and Development Survey.
The group, Finding Meaning, meets the first and third Friday of each month at the Shrine of Lourdes in Litchfield and is for parents who have lost children to addiction.
Along with other schools across the state, Wamogo Regional High School is preparing to take down all its Native American imagery that’s publicly displayed.
American Legion Posts 27, and 44 are holding their “Veteran of the Month” ceremony on Litchfield’s Center Green on Saturday, September 4, at 10 a.m.
Litchfield, Fairfield, Hartford, Middlesex, New Haven and New London counties all have reported 100 or more cases per 100,000 people in the past week.
Former fire chief Joseph Quaranta of Roxbury is facing several charges, including risk of injury to a child and third-degree assault, state police said.
WINSTED — The Plan of Conservation and Development that helps to guide community decisions is in place for another 10 years, as it’s been adopted by the Planning & Zoning Commission.
NEW MILFORD — Resident Aine McInerney, 15, said she hopes for unity between people of all genders, races and nationalities.
KENT — On July 29, TrailHeads co-founders Stephanie and Ed Raftery presented the first recipient of the TrailHeads HVRHS Scholarship with the $500 reward.
WASHINGTON — An ambulance suffered a “catastrophic tire failure” while transporting two patients to the hospital who were involved in a two-car crash Sunday, officials said.
HARWINTON — A teen was killed after being hit by a driver who swerved to avoid another vehicle on Sunday night, according to Connecticut State Police.
Libraries and community centers in many towns in Litchfield County are holding events and activities for adults and children of all ages.
Northwest corner town officials were taking stock Monday as Tropical Storm Henry continued to dump inches of rain around the state — 4 to 8 inches in some areas — but said the area largely escaped serious damage.
The storm is expected to pass through the tri-state region as soon as Saturday night or Sunday morning, bringing wind, rain and storm surges, the National Weather Service said.
The move comes as cases and hospitalizations for COVID-19 have surged, driven by the delta variant now rampant across the United States.
Salisbury resident Louise Lindenmeyr is executive director and founder of a healthcare clinic in Haiti and is now helping build a birthing center.
The Litchfield Democratic Town Committee (LDTC) selects its 2021 scholarship recipient is Audrey Ryan, a Litchfield High School graduate.
Proceeds from The Highly Caffeinated 5k + Music Festival, Aug. 21 at March Farm in Bethlehem will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Harwinton First Selectman Michael Criss said he created a Facebook group called Unmask our Kids CT Harwinton to establish a public forum for parents.
Sharon First Selectman Brent Colley is organizing a community effort to bring a teenage girl back to the U.S. in time for school.
According to the 2020 U.S. Census, within Litchfield County, there is an increase in the Hispanic population as a whole
The happening recently took place for Vietnam War-era U.S. Air Force Veteran George Washington, with the next event on Sunday, September 5, at 7 p.m.
Colin McFadden, a 26-year-old Burlington firefighter and EMT has died after fire officials say he became ill while battling a fire in New Hartford early Tuesday.
NEW HARTFORD — The New Hartford House, a building on Bridge Street built in the 1890s, was demolished Wednesday, a day after a devastating fire.