Four days after a train derailment and collision cut off service on the Metro-North tracks near the Fairfield train station, both Metro North and Amtrak say limited service is resuming Tuesday afternoon.
Hear Governor Malloy’s Friday night briefing on the Metro-North train derailment.
Two commuter trains collided outside New York City during the evening rush hour Friday, injuring 20 or more people, authorities said. There were no reports of fatalities.
One person died overnight in a single-vehicle accident on Owens Brook Boulevard in Simsbury.
Police, Fire and EMTs crews in New Haven responded to an accident with injuries on Shepard Street just before 8pm Saturday.
Police say a man surrendered to face charges in the deaths of a couple who were struck by a car when they were forced to walk on a Milford street because the sidewalk hadn’t been cleared of snow.
A state court jury is set to begin deliberations in a multimillion-dollar lawsuit over a crash on Interstate 95 in East Lyme that killed three people in 2007.
An Ansonia woman injured when her vehicle hit a utility poll in Milford Tuesday night died of her injuries at a hospital about an hour and a half later.
Police say a pedestrian has died after he was struck by a car in southwestern Connecticut.
Waterbury police say one person died and two others were injured when their SUV hit a utility pole and rolled over several times.