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The Cheshire High School PTO will host a presentation Wednesday night to educate parents about the dangers of teen vaping. [Read More]
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The Amity Regional School District is responding to complaints of anti-Semitism and intolerant behavior after high school students and parents expressed outrage at school officials... [Read More]
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Surveillance video obtained by NBC Connecticut shows the moment of impact Saturday morning when a Coach USA bus packed with more than 40 Princeton University... [Read More]
Construction crews planned to conduct controlled blasting on the Tower Trail at Sleeping Giant on Friday. [Read More]
Local leaders and community members gathered Monday morning for a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the opening of the Canal Dock Boathouse. [Read More]
Florence made landfall as a hurricane hundreds of miles away, but emergency operations personnel in Connecticut are still keeping an eye on the storm's path. [Read More]
President Donald Trump's tweets and comments about the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico are not sitting well with members of the Puerto Rican... [Read More]
As Hurricane Florence moves closer to making landfall, a Milford woman working for the Red Cross is stationed at a shelter about 30 miles inland... [Read More]
Families living on the Connecticut shoreline know all too well the devastation that can be caused by storms like Hurricane Florence. Communities along the coast... [Read More]
Major staffing changes are coming to the Meriden Police Department after the city council pushed a new budget following the voter referendum rejecting a tax... [Read More]
The New Haven Police union has put up two digital billboard ads near the I-91 & I-95 interchange as part of their push for better... [Read More]
Just days before the start of the high school football season, the West Haven Blue Devils had to practice indoors in an off-campus gym during... [Read More]
Two weeks after more than a hundred K2 overdoses in New Haven, a community health group is hoping to put more people on the path... [Read More]
The teachers at the Washington School in West Haven did what they could Tuesday as they tried to keep their students cool inside a more... [Read More]
Before the start of the new school year in New Haven Thursday, there is a new push for adults that dropped out of high school... [Read More]
A new state law aimed requiring children under the age of 15 to wear helmets on skateboards and roller blades takes effect this fall. [Read More]
As students in Connecticut head back to school this week, parents are scrambling to find EpiPens during a nationwide shortage. [Read More]
New Haven's Chief Administrative Officer who oversees numerous city departments, including police, fire and emergency management, is stepping down. [Read More]
Should the City of New Haven have spent nearly $4,000 to outfit City Hall staffers with new uniforms? [Read More]
One year after volunteering, breast cancer survivor Christine Bee from Wallingford is getting ready to ride in Closer to Free for the first time. [Read More]
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