Suspicious Activity Recorded at Newtown Home, Police Seek Info
Local police are seeking some answers after something a little sketchy happened at a resident's home this week.
Connecticut Postpones Presidential Primary for Second Time, Set for August
The presidential primary, which was originally scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, will now take place on August 11, 2020.
Gov. Lamont: Cloth Face Coverings or Masks to Be Required in Connecticut Public Places
Beginning Monday, April 20, Connecticut residents will be required to wear masks or face coverings in public places where close contact is unavoidable.
Connecticut Extends Filing Deadlines for Certain Types of Tax Returns
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services has extended the filing and payment deadlines of certain types of tax returns.
Danbury Mayor Alerts Residents to Prepare for ‘Hurricane Force Winds’
The City of Danbury has alerted residents of the potential to experience a few hurricane-like conditions in our local area today.
Connecticut Extends Non-Essential Closures + Social Distancing Measures Through May 20
Governor Ned Lamont announced on Friday, April 10, that the statewide extension to his previously enacted orders will last at least through May 20.
Danbury Police Announce Sixth Arrest in Skate Park Homicide
According to the Danbury Police Department, 36-year-old Shalina Tallman of Danbury is the sixth person to be arrested in relation to the homicide.
Connecticut Establishes Statewide Mandatory ‘Safe Workplace’ Rules for Essential Employees
Every essential business in the State of Connecticut will be required to take the following additional protective measures.
Ridgefield’s First Selectmen Rudy Marconi Tests Positive for COVID-19
It has been announced that Ridgefield's First Selectman has tested positive for COVID-19 and is recovering at home.
Missing Seymour Couple Prompts Silver Alert in Connecticut
A local couple has been reported missing, prompting a Silver Alert to be issued.