News 8’s Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons is making his way to communities across the state this week for our Gil on the Go series! Gil was live from Fulton Park in Waterbury Friday morning.
In an email to parents from Waterbury Public Schools Sunday, they reported a student at Chase Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19.
A Waterbury teenager is being credited with saving four people from a burning car.
Politicians and school officials in Waterbury took part in a roundtable discussion Friday morning about what is called the “digital divide.” That is the gap between the haves and the have-nots when it comes to technology.
A staff member at Waterbury’s Rotella Magnet School has tested positive for coronavirus.
It’s been a disturbing sight in some parts of Waterbury this week. Residents waking up to find their car windows smashed by BB gun pellet shots.
Racism is a subject many people in Waterbury aren’t quick to discuss, and some feel it doesn’t impact them at all. Meanwhile, the police department is at the forefront of a host of challenges this year.
Waterbury Police Department is encouraging drivers to avoid the area after a significant water main break on Thomaston Avenue Wednesday evening.
A new report by Connecticut’s child advocate says Waterbury school officials relied heavily on city police to respond to the behavioral troubles of pre-kindergarten and elementary school students with disabilities during the 2018-2019 school year.
Waterbury school leaders are busy nailing down how students will be fed at school.