Litchfield, CT

Wrong-Way Driver Crash Among I-91 Accidents Saturday

NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Two accidents in North Haven contributed to traffic delays on I-91 Saturday night. A wrong-way driver traveling north came to a stop on I-91 southbound, south of Exit 15, around 7 p.m., according to Connecticut State Police. The operator of the motor vehicle was then transported to an area hospital […]
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West Hartford Police Asking Public for Help Locating Missing Teen

A 17-year-old West Hartford girl has not been seen since Friday afternoon and a silver alert has been issued. A silver alert has been issued for 17-year-old Peyton Jopeck of West Hartford, who as of Saturday afternoon has still not been located, and police are asking anyone with information about her whereabouts to contact them as soon as possible.
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Kent Falls State Park reaches capacity

KENT — The Kent Falls State Park closed Saturday afternoon after reaching capacity, according to the state’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. The agency made the announcement at 1:40 p.m. via its Twitter page. The state park’s parking lot is now full, but will reopen once there are 10...
NBC Connecticut

Crews Respond to 2 Crashes With Injuries on I-91 in North Haven

Authorities in North Haven responded to two separate crashes with injuries on Interstate 91 within hours from each other. Crews responded to the northbound side of the highway between exits 10 and 11 for a two-car crash. When officials got to the scene, they saw both cars were rolled over...
Eyewitness News

Northbound I-91 partially closed due to crash

NORTH HAVEN, CT (WFSB) - The right and center lanes of I-91 are closed between exits 10 and 11 due to a crash. The crash was reported at 6:12.
Stamford Advocate

UConn football beats neighboring Yale, securing first win since 2019

EAST HARTFORD — At long last, a win. The UConn football team outlasted neighboring Yale 21-15 Saturday at Rentschler Field in the teams’ first meeting since 1998, snapping a losing streak that had spanned 11 games and nearly two calendar years. The product wasn’t aesthetically pleasing, but it was a...

UConn ends 2-year losing streak, beats Yale 21-15

EAST HARTFORD -- The UConn football team’s drought is over. The Huskies were winners for the first time in 721 days. They beat Yale 21-15 Saturday afternoon at Pratt & Whitney Stadium, ending a lengthy, painful losing streak. It had to hang on until the final play, however, surrendering 15 unanswered points and nearly six or seven more.
Register Citizen

Police: Man steals woman's car outside of Naugatuck drugstore

NAUGATUCK — Police are looking for a man who they say stole a woman’s car outside of a Naugatuck Rite Aid Friday evening. A man allegedly shoved a 55-year-old woman to the ground outside of the drugstore around 7 p.m., according to the Naugatuck Police Department. The man then took...
Eyewitness News

Brookfield Public Schools investigating complaint regarding a staff member

BROOKFIELD, CT (WFSB) - Brookfield Public Schools received a complaint regarding a staff member associated with the high school cheer team. While Brookfield did not say what the complaint was, they stated that it involved the well-being of students. Superintendent of Schools Dr. John W. Barile made the decision to...

Opinion: ‘Americans, WAKE up or WOKE up!’ –Dr. John R. Cleary

Report by Paula Antolini, October 16, 2021, 5:43PM EDT. Considering the disposition of candidates being elected to public office, whether president, mayor or councilperson, American voters seem satisfied with their choices. Progressives with ideologies of globalism and big government appear to be winning the day, despite the right-wingers and their messages of doom amid the foul fragrance of Fascism.
Bristol Press

Celebrating 225 years in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH -- Plymouth celebrated 225 years of existence Saturday, despite a delay in the celebration due to the pandemic, with hundreds dropping by for a community block party. Event Chair Chalaine Kilduff said last year an event had been planned for every month of the year but plans had to be delayed and organizers decided to throw a block party instead.