Torrington fire crews are responding to a house fire on Jardon Street Tuesday morning.
How would you like free coffee for a year? That’s how Dunkin’ is celebrating its newest Connecticut location in Torrington.
Litchfield Public Schools moves all classes online Friday after several students from multiple schools were exposed to COVID
The entire Litchfield Public Schools will be remote learning on Friday, Sept. 18 after several students across multiple schools had “prolonged exposure” to a COVID positive person.
A Torrington woman was killed when she crashed her car into a utility pole and a tree on Chestnut Hill Road Thursday night.
The State Department of Transportation is operating another statewide mask distribution effort today, reminding passengers “Forgot your mask? Just ask!”
Comedian John Oliver upped the stakes in a tongue-in-cheek spat with a Connecticut city, offering to donate $55,000 to charity if officials follow through on a joke to name its sewage treatment plant after him. Mayor Mark Boughton said last week that Danbury was going to rename the facility the John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant, […]
Comedian John Oliver upped the stakes in a tongue-in-cheek spat with a Connecticut city, offering to donate $55,000 to charity if officials follow through on a joke to name its sewage treatment plant after him.
Part of Torrington evacuated after propane leak; crews did controlled burn after 500-gallon underground tank was damaged
Officials in Torrington are working to clear a propane leak Wednesday evening.
Across our state, emergency rooms are back to their original purpose.
Governor Ned Lamont still thinks districts should offer in-person learning this upcoming school year, but some teacher’s unions are concerned.