Cramer & Anderson has two partners, Ken Taylor and Chris Sochacki, who were recently certified in mediation.
Harwinton Public Library gets outdoor seating through the support of the Lions Club and a Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation grant.
Ansonia resident Montrell Dobbs Jr. also faces three years supervised release after his prison sentence, the Connecticut U.S. attorney’s office said.
As rain falls across Connecticut on Thursday, some parts of the state are gearing up for a small amount of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
Plymouth police recalled the eight-month journey to capture of “Buddy the beefalo,” who escaped last August and was captured this week.
TORRINGTON — Five Points Gallery, at 33 Main St. in Torrington, will open three new exhibitions: Will Holub’s abstract assemblage paintings are in the TDP Gallery. Erin Koch Smith’s exhibition in the East Gallery features narrative based paintings. The West Gallery features a group exhibitio…
Torrington Historical Society to begin free virtual series on April 21 with presentation on glass negative images of old Torrington.
BRIDGEWATER — On Saturday, April 24, St. Mark's Church will hold a giant, outdoor tag sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the church lawn. There will be treasure hunting and bargains, an announcement said.
Providers said they have been able to shift to Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and are ready to set people up with second-dose appointments.
The cow-bison hybrid, who was later christened Buddy by police, escaped on Aug. 3 last year while being offloaded from a truck at a Terryville slaughterhouse.
“The loss of these boys at such a young age is both a gut-punch and a reminder that lawmakers must act,” Sen. Chris Murphy said.
Throughout the pandemic, the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council has been helping its members get their name out in the field.
Hector Torres was arrested on a federal criminal complaint charging him with coercion and enticement of minors to engage in sexual activity, a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut said.
Locals respond to Tuesday’s announcement from the CDC and FDA to pause distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
League of Women Voters of Litchfield County, Litchfield Historical Society to offer virtual talk on human trafficking April 18.
A salmonella outbreak, tied to ground turkey sold nationwide, has been attributed to at least 28 illnesses across 12 states, including Connecticut, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Nearly two weeks after a malware attack prompted the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles emissions testing program to go offline, officials said there is still no estimate for when services will be restored.
Two NCCC students attend virtual Oxford Consortium for Human Rights workshop, titled Racial Justice, Minority Rights and Religious Freedom.
Oliver Wolcott Library in Litchfield to host online “Greatest Revolutions” lecture and discussion series through June 28.
Dive teams were called to the end of Lake Shore Drive shortly after 2:45 p.m. after a report of an overturned kayak, according to initial dispatch reports.
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Center for Youth and Families in Torrington receives $120,000 grant from the Robert Rosenheim Foundation.
KidsPlay Children’s Museum in Torrington is participating in Give Local Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills, an online giving event.
Researchers think the two strains are providing little room for other variants, like those detected in Brazil and South Africa. Earlier this week, the CDC’s director said the UK strain has become dominant in the U.S.