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Driver hurt after truck crashes down I-84 embankment in Danbury

DANBURY — A truck driver was hurt after crashing down an embankment off Interstate-84 early Monday, officials said. Danbury authorities were notified of a motor vehicle crash between Lake Avenue Extension and I-84 around 3:30 a.m., the city fire department said in a statement. Firefighters, Danbury and Connecticut State...
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Fall Foliage Day at Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden

Bethlehem, CT (September 26, 2022) – Join Connecticut Landmarks’ Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, the Bethlehem Land Trust, and the Old Bethlem Historical Society for Fall Foliage Day on Sunday, October 9, from 1 to 4 pm. Explore the historic grounds of the Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, the Bellamy Preserve, and the Old Bethlem Burial Grounds and learn the history of these places that once made up the working farm of Rev. Joseph Bellamy in the 18th Century.
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Students Take on Timber Sports Professionals at Bethlehem Fair

BETHLEHEM — The first competition night was complete, but the timber games weren’t done yet. On Sept. 9, the annual adult lumberjack competition took place at the Bethlehem Fairgrounds. Many lumberjacks from around the state and country come to this event every year to compete, some of them even holding national records for some of these events. Although these are national champions, these aren’t the only competitors you’ll find.

Waterbury school evacuated Monday, adding to increased number of threats at CT schools

Enlightenment School in Waterbury was evacuated due to an anonymous bomb threat Monday morning, according to the Waterbury Police Department. The school, an alternative learning program for at-risk middle and high school-aged students located on Griggs Street in Waterbury, was safely evacuated after 10:30 a.m. Monday. Enlightenment students returned to class but were dismissed early, according ...

Trooper injured by wrong-way driver in Southbury

*Editor’s note: This post originally stated the suspect was from Waterbury. It has been corrected to Meriden.* SOUTHBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — A Connecticut State Police trooper sustained minor injuries when a driver going the wrong way collided with their cruiser Saturday night on I-84 West in Southbury. The crash occurred around 11:30 p.m. A Mercedes-Benz […]

Naugatuck gym manager accused of spying on patron turns himself in

NAUGATUCK — A Planet Fitness manager has turned himself in to police after being accused of recording a naked gym member. A complainant informed police that he had been filmed while he was in the tanning booth at Planet Fitness at 1188 New Haven Road, according to police. Jordan...

No. 18 Washington 40, Stanford 22

WASH_Nixon 3 run (Henry kick), 10:32. WASH_Taulapapa 34 run (Henry kick), 5:53. STAN_Wilson 23 pass from McKee (Karty kick), 4:00. WASH_Odunze 30 pass from Penix (Henry kick), 6:43. WASH_FG Henry 32, 2:49. Fourth Quarter. STAN_Humphreys 17 pass from McKee (Tremayne pass from McKee), 13:58. WASH_FG Henry 26, 11:21. WASH_G.Jackson 21...

Ag Drivers Fill Sports Bus Void, but FFA Feels Impacts

WOODBURY — Agriculture and athletes have a mash-up with transportation when bus shortages come to an extreme. Nonnewaug High School owns two buses that are used for field trips and transportation for agriculture students — at least, that’s the way it’s been in the past. Since the bus shortages due to Covid-19 these past two years, transporting student-athletes has been a struggle.

Good Eats Restaurant & Bar opens in New Milford

NEW MILFORD – Specializing in modern American cuisine and traditional favorites, Good Eats Restaurant & Bar has entered the New Milford dining scene, opening for business on Kent Road. New Milford resident Edward Maynard, who owns the restaurant with resident Brian Cabrera, said they offer “Creative food and beverage,...
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SpaceX Starlink satellites seen over Bristol

BRISTOL – UFO? Not so. The train of lights spotted at night this past weekend was actually the SpaceX Starlink satellites being launched from Florida according to experts. Several residents took to social media upon spotting the lights, with some thinking that they were an unidentified flying object. The lights were seen in the Northwest sky throughout the U.S. and Canada, following the SpaceX launch this past Friday.

The Residences at Quarry Walk

An environmentally friendly residential and retail community developed in Oxford’s uniquely designated “Village Center Mixed Use District”, offering single floor living that features one and two bedroom accommodations. Nestled among the rock faces, The Residences at Quarry Walk provides modern day comfort within each living space and an abundance of conveniences literally footsteps away.