Due to COVID-19, Make-A-Wish Connecticut is hosting it’s first-ever virtual ‘Walk for Wishes’ this weekend.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has had an extraordinarily devastating impact on communities of color across the country.
Enfield police say they found a body in the Connecticut River early Friday morning.
A lawyer for the family of a Connecticut murder suspect pleaded Monday for his surrender as police involved in a multi-state search for the 23-year-old college student circulated a photo of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania. Peter Manfredonia, a University of Connecticut senior, is suspected of killing Ted DeMers, […]
Mall officials announced Thursday the Connecticut Post Mall in Milford will reopen on May 20 under the state’s “Reopen Connecticut Plan.”
Landing a spot on a beach in Connecticut this summer will not be easy.
Gun rights supporters are suing Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and several police officials over the coronavirus-related suspension of fingerprinting services needed to obtain gun and ammunition permits.
Governor Ned Lamont announced on Thursday Connecticut will be receiving $111 million in federal coronavirus relief aid for the state’s school districts. The funds will be used to support continued distance learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday, May 21, CVS announced they are opening 13 more drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in the state. When they open Friday, testing will be available at 25 CVS stores in Connecticut.
Military flyovers, first responder parades and virtual ceremonies – there are several ways towns and cities across the state are making sure Memorial Day is not forgotten.