Connecticut Communities Prepare For Winter Snow"It's a coin flip," Trumbull Department of Public Work John Marsilio said recently. "The mantra is, you hope for the best and you prepare for the worst."
Probe of Ansonia Tax Office LaunchedAuthorities have launched an investigation into the Ansonia tax office.
Man Arrested For Pointing Gun On HighwayState Police are charging a man after they say he pointed a gun at another person along Interstate 84.
Two Ansonia Teens Charged With Making Social Media ThreatsAnsonia police have arrested two local teenagers in connection with social media posts threatening violence at local schools Wednesday.
Police: Mom Was On Drugs Prior To Crash That Killed DaughterPolice say an Ansonia woman charged in the death of her 6-year-old daughter had drugs in her system when she was involved in the fatal August 2015 crash in Shelton.
New Haven Man Charged In Crash That Killed BicyclistShelton police say a New Haven man turned himself in Friday to face charges in connection with a crash last winter on Bridgeport Avenue which claimed the life of a bicyclist from Ansonia.
Ansonia Police Seek Assault SuspectPolice in Ansonia are asking the public's help in trying to track down a city man wanted on multiple charges stemming from an alleged attack last weekend.
Man Sentenced To Prison For Importing Party Drug MollyA former Ansonia resident has been sentenced to prison for importing and distributing the party drug Molly.
Arrest In Ansonia School ThreatPolice in Ansonia have made an arrest in connection with an anonymous threat that impacted city schools last month.
School Bus Damaged By BB or Pellet GunfireAnsonia police say an occupied school bus was hit by BBs or pellets on North State Street Friday afternoon, as it was bringing students home.
Extra Security At Ansonia Schools After Anonymous StatementPolice were at all Ansonia Public Schools this afternoon, after an "anonymous concerning statement" was made on social media.
Busy Ansonia Pill Pusher Gets Nearly 5 Years In PrisonAn Ansonia man prosecutors say sold oxycodone and other prescription pills nearly nonstop from his apartment has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison.