A splash pad full of people trying to cool off is what “hot” looks like in New Haven.
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When it’s hot and humid under the sun the last place most of us would want to be is outside, but most of us aren’t University of New Haven f…
Emotions were high at a community meeting held at Stetson Library.
Jennifer Kerstetter has been spending lots of time at the hospital recently.
PLAINVILLE, Conn. (WTNH)– On Monday evening, members of the Plainville Fire Department assembled behind the station for a unique training op…
When we first met Laura Ricci she was visibly concerned for her friends, the Kerstetters.
Rescue crews responded to 4 East Street in Vernon after a home exploded and collapsed, trapping people inside.
Officer Scott Schreiner with the Berlin Police Department had a busy afternoon on Wednesday. There were a lot of people driving on the Berli…
For Chris Ayotte of New Britain taking the bus is part of his daily routine.
When Mark Sand, a hot air balloon pilot and president of the Connecticut Lighter Than Air Society, takes to the skies at the Plainville Hot …
Dr. Randall Nelson with the Connecticut Department of Public Health is watching closely a developing situation in Florida.
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Two years ago videos featuring people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads took over social media.
Even in the worst times music is a part of the German soul, their songs can produce feelings of comradery.
New Haven, Naugatuck and state police are investigating two shootings.