Connecticut’s Phase Three Reopening Guidelines Released, Indoor Capacity Limits to Increas…
Connecticut has released a comprehensive set of guidelines for phase three and all that it entails amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Danbury Rollover Crash Causes Delays, But Could’ve Been Much Worse
A very terrifying situation in our local area apparently ended as well as it possibly could have, given the circumstances.
Danbury Mayor Accepts John Oliver’s Offer to Rename Sewage Plant for $55,000
The latest exchange in the ongoing, very comical "war of words" between the host of HBO's Last Week Tonight, John Oliver, and the Mayor of Danbury, Mark Boughton, now leaves the ball, once again, in Oliver's court.
Connecticut Health Officials Declare COVID-19 Alert in Danbury as Cases Increase
With what is being considered a "sharp increase" in positive cases in Danbury, the Connecticut Department of Health has issued an official COVID-19 alert for the Hat City.
Hazardous Weather Outlook + Heat Advisory Issued for Greater Danbury
With well over 18,000 households throughout the Greater Danbury area still without electricity, a heat advisory has been issued.
Naugatuck Man Killed By Falling Tree in the Roadway, Police Say
A local man was reportedly killed after being struck by a falling tree in the roadway during Tuesday's storm (August 4).
Danbury Mayor Expects Work to Continue for ‘Several Days,’ City ‘Quite a Mess’
Danbury's Mayor Mark Boughton has taken to social media to inform city residents about the affects that Tropical Storm Isaias has had on our local area.
Partial Building Collapse in Bethel Triggers Gas Leak
A partial building collapse in Bethel has triggered a gas leak on Tuesday afternoon (August 4).
Tornado Warning in Effect Throughout Danbury + Fairfield County
A tornado warning has been issued for the Danbury area and most of Fairfield County.
Dr. Anthony Fauci Set to Join Gov. Ned Lamont for Live Connecticut COVID-19 Briefing
The State of Connecticut will be hearing from a very special guest Monday afternoon (August 3) during Governor Ned Lamont's daily COVID-19 briefing.