Connecticut Technology Council's 15th annual Women of Innovation Awards will honor women of all ages who are making their mark in a dozen different fields.
The owners of Tops Marketplace are trying to move forward after their beloved business burned to the ground.
What are the odds we’ll have a white Christmas? They’re better than they typically are.
The home at 10 Winsor Avenue looks a little different than it used to.
It’s being rebuilt by Habitat for Humanity after a tragic fire in September 2016 which claimed the life of a 6 year old girl.
Orange pipes can be seen throughout the Plainfield home. They’re part of a state of the art sprinkler system being installed.
“So that vile right there and that would allow the water,” explains Dino Tudisca the project supervisor with Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut. “That would let that valve pop open and then the water would hit the back of this and disperse and fan throughout the room.”
In last year’s fire girl’s mother Jeanette Lawyea and her young son escaped the flames. They will move back in once the rebuild is complete.
“This is a different style home than the one that was here before. It has a different floor plan and a different look completely. We thought that was an important part of having the family return to this location,” said Terri O’Rourke, executive director for Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut.
The change which may have the biggest impact could be the sprinkler system donated by K & M Fire Protection Services of Plantsville. A 400 hundred gallon tank sits in the basement in case it is needed.
A number of fire departments are responding to an active fire at a forge in Southington.
Police say an early morning crime scene outside of the Naugatuck Police Department is connected to the suspicious death of a young woman in Plantsville.
A Southington man is facing charges in a shooting incident. Police said 49-year-old Reeton Jones saw a car he did not recognize in the neighborhood where he lived.
If you weren’t out at Mount Southington on Sunday, you really missed out on a cool weekend filled with speed and high-flying snowmobiles.
News 8 sits down with Michelle and Karl Hespeler from Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s to talk about an upcoming Gala in Plantsville to raise money and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.
Veterans hit the slopes in Southington on Thursday.