Monroe police say they charged a woman with driving under the influence after she blacked out while driving her 4-year-old daughter to day care.
Newtown's schools superintendent says Sandy Hook Elementary School probably cannot find another home by the start of the next school year as suitable as the
Connecticut state police say a $2,500 reward is now being offered for information leading to arrests and convictions in connection with dozens of intentionally
Police in Monroe spoke briefly at a press conference Thursday about Sandy Hook students' return to school.
Classes resumed Thursday for the students of Sandy Hook Elementary School for the first time since last month's massacre in Newtown.
Things will never be the same for Sandy Hook Elementary school students, but for the first time in more than two weeks, they're headed back to class.
Students and teachers will go back to class tomorrow and despite Sandy Hook Elementary being in a different building, it will look very much the same for the
Monroe residents are preparing for the survivors arrival. When kids head to their new school they will be surrounded with signs of support.
In the middle of the Sandy Hook section of Newtown, the entire downtown is one memorial. And while it's wonderful to have everyone in Sandy Hook in everyone's
One town is stepping up, being a good neighbor. The kids who went to Sandy Hook Elementary School will eventually go to classes at a different school, in
Monroe held it's first annual Menorah lighting tonight.
The director of the Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals of Connecticut has been arrested on 62 counts of cruelty to animals in a dispute involving
Police say two men arrested in Monroe are responsible for a home burglary spree in seven Fairfield County towns in September and October.
A third arrest has been made by Monroe Police in the theft of watches from the Victorinox Swiss Army Watch Company.
A watch repairman is arrested after a year long investigation. Police say he stole more than $1 million worth of timepieces from his job.
A watchmaker for Victorinox Swiss Army has been charged with stealing more than $1 million worth of timepieces from his employer.