WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Masks for CT will be giving out free face masks to the general public on Saturday, May 2, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The giveaway will be at Naugatuck Community College at 750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury. Masks for CT is part of the Masks for Heroes organization. They are partnered […]
National Day of Prayer: Waterbury religious community hits the streets to pray, thank front-line workers fighting the coronavirus
Outside Waterbury City Hall Thursday, many of the city’s religious leaders gathered for the city’s National Day of Prayer.
‘It’s not gonna bring her back’: Suspect in fatal Waterbury crash turns himself in; victim’s heartbroken family warns others
Waterbury police say a suspect of an April fatal motor vehicle accident turned himself in Wednesday morning. News 8 spoke exclusively with the heartbroken family of the victim Wednesday afternoon.
The Waterbury Regional Food Hub has opened in downtown Waterbury to support local farms struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic and bring fresh produce to those living in the urban ‘food desert.’
Mayra Medina will be wearing a mask along with her wedding dress, and that’s not the only big change to her big day.
Another major local event canceled due to coronavirus concerns. Mayor Neil O’Leary announced Sunday they will not hold any in-person Memorial Day Weekend celebrations this year.
Masks for CT volunteers pack thousands of face masks at Belle Academy for Greater Waterbury, New Haven community
Volunteers have been spending as many as 9 hours each for the last few days stuffing bags with face masks that’ll be given out to people in Waterbury and New Haven this weekend.
Employees at Waterbury Italian restaurant gift sick co-worker ‘money pizza’ to help him get through coronavirus crisis
After a young employee at Nino’s Restaurant in Waterbury fell ill during the COVID-19 pandemic, his co-workers collected money to get him through the tough time in the form of a ‘money pizza.’
Waterbury city landmarks light up blue as salute to first responders, frontline workers during pandemic
The City of Waterbury is saluting heroes on the front lines of the pandemic by lighting up their landmarks blue starting Thursday.
Heroes on the front line at St. Mary’s Hospital got a special salute for their hard work during the pandemic, and it’s all thanks to Police Pipes and Drums of Waterbury.