The show, celebrating America’s birthday, will still go on — but with some changes because of COVID-19.
The Lasting Brass Brewing Company is relaunching its ‘Ziggy the Flagman’ beer. The Waterbury brewery is bringing back the design for the second year in a row as the community continues to keep Ziggy’s spirit alive.
News 8 has confirmed Saturday morning the Christopher Columbus Statue on Grand Street in Waterbury has been vandalized.
The city of Waterbury wanted to open the lines of communication between city leaders and residents. That’s why Mayor Neil O’Leary wanted to begin a series of Town Hall meetings at WATR-AM radio.
Waterbury man carries on legacy of ‘Ziggy the Flagman’ as the country struggles amid pandemic, unrest
A Waterbury man is enthusiastically carrying out the legacy of ‘Ziggy the Flagman’ as the Fourth of July nears amid the coronavirus crisis and ongoing protests against racism and police brutality.
WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Police have issued a Silver Alert for 14-year-old Keon Webster, who has been reported missing from Waterbury. He was last seen Sunday, June 14 at around 8 a.m. and he was reported missing Wednesday afternoon. Keon is described as a Black male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5′ […]
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.
A Waterbury Career Academy graduate received her diploma Friday after administrators temporarily withheld it, causing controversy city-wide.
Waterbury honor student says superintendent ‘revoked’ her diploma after her family threw a graduation event for her class
The student said the superintendent of Waterbury Public Schools, Dr. Verna Ruffin, revoked her diploma because of an unsanctioned graduation event Henry and her family threw for the WCA Class of 2020 off of school grounds.
We’ve seen many school districts hand out food for families stuck at home amid the pandemic. Now, families are being given another tool to stay safe.