A 7-year-old girl has died after she was struck by a car that was hit by a drunk driver in Waterbury on Sunday night.
Leaders around the state continue to track the COVID-19 pandemic, including Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary who provided an update on the city’s response.
When Lady T Salon in Watertown was temporarily shut down due to coronavirus fears and strict guidance from the government, owner Teresa Setaro decided to give back to those who weren’t put on pause.
Mobile coronavirus testing sites have been made available across the state. new, free mobile testing siteS in Waterbury are working to fill the gap in healthcare access in the Brass City’s underserved communities.
Torrington police responded to a car accident on Town Farm Road early Tuesday morning.
WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — One man is dead and four people have been arrested after a drive-by shooting in Waterbury Thursday. An investigation into this incident by the Waterbury Police Department revealed a timeline of the events that began on May 14. At 10:01 p.m. Thursday, police responded to multiple complaints of gunshots in the […]
Hispanic Coalition of Greater Waterbury celebrates Cinco de Mayo by giving back to hospital workers, first responders
The coronavirus pandemic may have prevented typical Cinco de Mayo festivities, but The Hispanic Coalition of Waterbury found a way to keep up the spirit — by saluting first responders and hospital workers.
Heroes on the front line at St. Mary’s Hospital got a special salute for their hard work during the pandemic, and it’s all thanks to Police Pipes and Drums of Waterbury.
A phase two COVID-19 convalescent plasma clinical trial is underway in Connecticut, one of a handful of FDA approved blood plasma studies in the country.
A surprise delivery at Waterbury Hospital Tuesday morning, as a truck pulled up to the loading dock full of boxes of personal protective equipment, or PPE.