Government and religious leaders in Ansonia stood together Thursday morning in a “call for unity.”
Angel Iverson, a 14-year-old African American student at Waterbury Career Academy, told News 8 what she’s learned about her culture and her culture’s history in school has been basic.
First responders talk about stress they face while protecting us from COVID-19.
Trying to celebrate a birthday right now is pretty tough, but the mayor of Ansonia is spreading some cheer to kids in the city.
ANSONIA, Conn. (WTNH) — Prendergast School students in Ansonia took a break from virtual learning to say thank you to their teachers with a car parade. It was a special way to honor them during Teacher Appreciation Week and maintain social distance. “I think we all miss them so much. The best part of our […]
WOODBRIDGE, Conn. (WTNH) — A single-car motor vehicle accident in Woodbridge has left one person dead early Saturday morning. According to officials, a vehicle was headed eastbound on Ansonia Road when it swerved off the highway and impacted a tree. The driver was the only occupant in the vehicle at the time of the incident, […]
Governor Ned Lamont is expected to make an announcement sometime this week regarding when schools will reopen or if they will.
Easter Sunday looked a bit different for Christians across the world, and even here in Connecticut amid the coronavirus crisis. Mancy churches went online to celebrate the holy day with their flock, but one Ansonia church took a different approach.
Even in a pandemic, some traditions may bend, but they are too strong to break. For Polish-Americans at Easter, that means the search for the perfect kielbasa.
When News 8 visited the headquarters of Ansonia Rescue Medical Services (ARMS), three crews were out on calls. One of those was a COVID-19 call to a home where someone had tested positive for the coronavirus.