Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Connecticut – The Glenholme School is a special needs boarding and day school.
The family of Matthew Bromley, who was killed Monday outside of a Litchfield law firm, is raising money for his funeral services.
State police are looking for witnesses who may have seen two cars being driven erratically before they said a 39-year-old man was killed outside a downtown law firm.
Matt Rocheleau, data editor for Hearst Connecticut Media Group and the Albany Times Union, shares a Pulitzer Prize in the award’s investigative reporting category for work he did at the Boston Globe.
A cousin of 39-year-old Matthew Bromley said, “his kids and nieces are hurting right now” as the family waits for information about what happened this week.
Not as well known as Lyme disease but more dangerous, babesiosis — carried by the same tick as Lyme — has been increasing in Connecticut in the last decade.
THOMASTON – Resident Henry Osowiecki says that he will never forget how. while he was serving in Vietnam during the war, everyone “depended on each other.”
It’s unclear whether the two men were found as of Thursday morning. A spokesman for the state’s environmental protection agency said the search was suspended overnight.
State police said there were no updates on the shooting that occurred Monday night outside a Litchfield law firm.
John Pereugini was also sentenced to a lifetime of supervised release by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford, the U.S. attorney’s office said.
The disease, typically “characterized by dark striping between leaf veins” on beech foliage, as observed looking up into the canopy, has been particularly severe this year.
Scattered thunderstorms expected throughout the afternoon and evening have led to a flash flood watch being issued across Litchfield, Hartford and Tolland counties until 10 p.m.
Some Connecticut schools will dismiss students early for the third day in a row as temperatures are forecast to hit the high-80s on Wednesday, with a heat index in the mid-90s.
The Watertown History Museum will soon re-open to the public. The museum has been renovating its new building and volunteers have created two new exhibits.
Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven Line customers will now be able to see the amount of available space in each car of an approaching train by checking the digital signs on platforms or the Train Time smartphone app.
Many Connecticut schools cited a need for mask wearing and a lack of air conditioning for dismissing students early this week as temperatures spiked into the 90s, bringing unseasonably warm weather to the state.
The Humane Organization Representing Suffering Equines (H.O.R.S.E. of Connecticut), celebrating their 40th year, will hold their annual Basic Horse Care Clinic.
Dozens of high-traffic websites, including CNN, the New York Times and Reddit, were offline Tuesday morning after an apparent widespread outage at a cloud service company.
LITCHFIELD — The colors of the rainbow became very bright and visible on North Lake Street in Litchfield, as about two dozen people got together to re-paint a crosswalk in the Pride colors.
Infections are dropping statewide, but researchers are cautioning they have discovered several COVID variants in Connecticut that may have fueled India’s deadly second wave of the pandemic.
LITCHFIELD COUNTY — The Connecticut Department of Agriculture has awarded 24 grants from the Farm Transition Grant (FTG) program, totaling $497,382 to strengthen the economic viability of Connecticut farmers and agricultural cooperatives seeking to expand, diversify, and improve their existi…
Many school districts across the state have announced plans to dismiss students early on Monday, with forecasts calling for temperatures in the high-80s.
A newly formed community group, Southern Litchfield Pride, will be organizing New Milford’s first official event for LGBTQIA+ month with a picnic.
The First Congregational Church of Litchfield, which is celebrating its 300th anniversary, will be participating in the annual Connecticut Open House Day on Saturday, June 12.
Premier Subaru Watertown presented Jane Ellis, President and Executive Director of The Connecticut Cancer Foundation, with a check for $20,775.