It’s been a tough week, so you might be looking for a fun activity this weekend.
The president of the Greater Waterbury NAACP is among the many calling for the Christopher Columbus statue to be removed from the front lawn of Waterbury City Hall.
Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut transit workers were out at bus stops Tuesday handing out free masks to passengers.
Police are searching for the suspect in a fatal domestic disturbance shooting that left one man dead Monday.
News 8 has confirmed Saturday morning the Christopher Columbus Statue on Grand Street in Waterbury has been vandalized.
The show, celebrating America’s birthday, will still go on — but with some changes because of COVID-19.
A group, posting on social media, saidit’s planning a nonviolent protest on The Waterbury Green on Sunday morning to combat what it calls systemic racism and police brutality.
28 arrested in Waterbury weekend protests after crowds temporarily shut down traffic on I-84, city streets
A protest Sunday morning in Waterbury spilled onto Interstate 84, shutting the highway down in both directions near exit 21 for approximately an hour.
Gov. Lamont declares Friday ‘Juneteenth Day’ as Connecticut remembers the day with events, recognition
The cities of Hartford and New Haven are getting behind a national movement to honor Juneteenth, an American holiday commemorating the ending of slavery in the U.S.
Religious leaders are gathering in Waterbury to pray for change.