Farmington police are investigating after a resident said they received a racist piece of mail.
In Farmington, a former spring factory will be the new training center, manufacturing training center, associated with Tunxis Community College.
The right lane of I-84 eastbound is closed in Farmington for a tractor-trailer crash Monday night.
CT Checkup: Lemonade stand in Farmington neighborhood raises money to purchase racial equality, diversity books for town schools, libraries
Farmington residents are turning lemons into lemonade—and selling it to raise money for an important cause.
Police have arrested Katherine Pires, 50, of East Hartford. She is charged with hindering prosecution and interfering with an officer in connection with the ongoing homicide investigation of the murder of 26-year-old Agnieszka Ziemlewski.
Connecticut Water is asking people in town to reduce their outdoor water usage on Tuesday.
Class-action lawsuit filed against Eversource over Isaias storm response demands over $1.5 billion in damages
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Eversource on behalf of Connecticut homeowners and a business owner who lost power during the massive, long-term power outage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias last week.
Mothers United Against Violence held a vigil on Asylum Avenue Saturday for the family of a Hartford man who was killed in his apartment on June 26.
Sunday, police identified the victim of a fatal shooting on Newbury Street in Hamden Saturday evening.
Farmington Police are investigating after a 19-year-old man drowned in the Farmington River Sunday afternoon.