Military flyovers, first responder parades and virtual ceremonies – there are several ways towns and cities across the state are making sure Memorial Day is not forgotten.
CONNECTICUT (WTNH) — There are several ways towns and cities across the state are making sure fallen heroes are not forgotten this Memorial Day. With COVID-19 limiting social gatherings, people are getting creative. Old Saybrook and Westport are going virtual with small ceremonies broadcasted to the community. Typically, Wolcott neighbors would gather to see first […]
Ending the week strong, Friday’s High School Senior Send-Off features Bryon Carr of Oliver Wolcott Technical High School.
As Connecticut gets set for phase one of reopening the state, there are plenty of questions about what to expect.
If you’re looking for some balance and zen during this stressful time, two Wolcott sisters with a yoga and barre studio want to help you find serenity (and some really good workouts, too).
After the coronavirus crisis hit, most students had some time off to re-group and adapt to distance learning in their home.
Waterbury family-owned business taking care of community, first responders by giving out free masks during coronavirus pandemic
Ram’s Clothiers on Wolcott Street is closed because of the coronavirus, but business is still brisk because they are making and donating face masks for community members to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
One Good Thing: Wolcott father and daughter show neighborhood unity through song during coronavirus crisis
You may have heard of ‘ringing the bell’ or ‘bang some pots’ as a showcase of neighborhood unity during these disheartening times. In Wolcott, however, a father and daughter decided to put their talents to use and sang to their neighbors instead.
Wolcott high-schoolers spend 24 hours outside in the cold to raise awareness of people experiencing homelessness
On this bitterly cold Saturday night, Wolcott-area teenagers are choosing to give up the warm comforts of home to sleep outside in tents on the Wolcott Green.
This winter it may seem like we have had more car break-ins than normal but police say that’s not the case.