Officer Scott Schreiner with the Berlin Police Department had a busy afternoon on Wednesday. There were a lot of people driving on the Berli…
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Earl is expected to strengthen into a hurricane before it makes landfall.
After a wet start across Connecticut this morning, skies will clear out later today. Here’s the latest updated forecast from Storm Team 8.
Localized flooding is possible. Check the forecast from Storm Team 8.
Finally a little bit of rain across Connecticut on Friday but a little bit of rain is not enough to beat our drought.
For the past few weeks the water ban in Pawcatuck was voluntary but because not enough people shut off their sprinklers it’s now mandatory.
Check the updated Storm Team 8 forecast
If you asked me where you could see a humpback whale, I would probably tell you you might want to take a cruise off the coast of Cape Cod.
On delivery days Larry McGee goes to dozens of homes where elderly people live and on hot days like this that’s a good thing.
The effects from the extreme heat and lack of rain is easily visible in many of our yards. Grass once green is now brown.
Firefighters are back at the scene of a brush fire off Long Cove Road in the Gales Ferry section of town.
At Lavoie’s Farm in New Hampshire, beans and corn haven’t broken through the ground yet and fields of strawberries are stunted.
Connecticut is still in a drought and that means that brush fire dangers are up.
Come this weekend most of the air conditioners could be gone at Cash True Value in Mystic.
Do you remember the Northeast Blackout of 2003? This event affected 55 million people.