A ceremony was held in Waterbury Saturday morning to remember Korean War Veterans.
WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury police identified the victim of a homicide Saturday night. 22-year-old Kayson Langhorn of Waterbury died of gunshot wounds to the torso and upper extremities, and the manner of death was ruled a homicide. Waterbury police were called to the area of Cooke Street and Chase Avenue just after 7 p.m. […]
Teenagers with a youth social change group called, “Uplifting a Life” will be out Monday through Thursday doing their part to try to bring a Waterbury neighborhood back to its original glory.
If your child goes to school in Waterbury, there’s a form you need to fill out by next Friday.
A diverse group of teenagers is uniting for a strong show of teamwork in name of environmental protection in Waterbury.
A downed tree on Hotchkiss Street is becoming more than just a nuisance. It’s becoming a health concern.
Connecticut is preparing to send students and teachers back into the classroom. However, many districts across the state are still facing challenges as we inch closer to September.
Waterbury Police have arrested a man Thursday in connection to the beheading of the Christopher Columbus statue outside City Hall on July 4.
A community group in Waterbury is calling for the mayor and Board of Alders to declare racism a public health crisis in the Brass City. This comes as the town canceled a meeting set to discuss the issue Monday.
The City of Waterbury will begin offering free coronavirus testing this week starting today.