The graduating class of 2020 experienced a senior year unlike any other.
People in Hamden say they see it storm after storm — it always seems to be among the hardest hit. Now, thousands are without power.
A meeting between members of the Hamden Board of Education resulted in the delay to the beginning of the school year for Hamden Public Schools students.
On Friday, Hamden Public School Superintendent Jody Ian Goeler confirmed that two Hamden High School teachers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Hamden police responded to a report of shots fired at a party with over 100 people in attendance on Warner Street Thursday night.
Police arrested a man following a ‘threatening with firearm’ complaint in Hamden Thursday evening.
If you need to get tested for COVID-19, a pop-up site is opening up today in Hamden.
Hamden police announced Monday that they have arrested the driver of the car that struck and killed a man riding his scooter on State Street back on July 1.
This storm left a path of destruction in its wake. And anytime there’s severe weather, we ant to see what our viewers are seeing.
Gov. Lamont declares State of Emergency to help with power restoration and cleanup following Thursday’s storm
Storm cloud looking across the Housatonic River in Stratford to Devon and Laurel Beach in Milford — courtesy: Charotte Galaty — Connecticut residents are seeing flooding, downed trees, and power outages as severe weather moves across the state Thursday afternoon.