Woman Charged In 2016 Overdose DeathState Police have arrested a 46-year-old North Windham woman, who they say fatally injected her friend with morphine last year.
Ex-Chief in Uzi Death Case Hospitalized; Sentencing DelayedA former Massachusetts police chief acquitted of manslaughter after an 8-year-old fatally shot himself with an Uzi has been hospitalized following his conviction on unrelated firearms offenses.
Ex-Chief In Uzi Death Case Convicted Of Unrelated ChargesA former Massachusetts police chief acquitted of charges connected to the 2008 death of an 8-year-old Connecticut boy at a gun show has been convicted of unrelated firearms offenses.
Pomfret Woman Killed In Ashford CrashA two-vehicle head-on crash Wednesday morning in Ashford claimed the life of a Pomfret woman
Charges Filed In Police PursuitState Police have made arrests after they pursued a vehicle they say had an improper license plate.
Hampton Man Charged In Ashford Drug BustA Hampton man is under arrest on drug charges after state police say the vehicle he was riding in went through a stop sign in Ashford Sunday afternoon.
IBM Retiree Starts New Career As Ashford FarmerIn 2007, when retired IBM employee Matthew C. Couzens Sr. bought Crooke Orchards in Ashford, he'd never worked a farm, but he'd always been ``amazed at how you get a piece of fruit out of a piece of wood,'' he said.
Special Election Today In 53rd General Assembly District
Special Election Tuesday In Tolland, Willington, AshfordVoters in Tolland, Willington and Ashford will be heading to the polls to pick a new state representative.
Marijuana "Grow House" Raided In AshfordState Police say a 56-year-old Ashford man faces drug charges after State Police and the Hartford office of the Drug Enforcement Administration raided his home and found an indoor marijuana grow operation.
Special Election Announced To Replace Rep. Bryan HurlburtVoters in Tolland, Willington and Ashford are scheduled to vote in a June special election to replace former Connecticut state Rep. Bryan Hurlburt.
Ashford Woman Acquitted In Son's Overdose DeathJurors in Danielson Superior Court acquitted an Ashford woman in the overdose death of her son. Heather Specyalski was represented by defense attorney Terry Donovan.