Avon Police are increasing security at a local school after what school officials describe as an “unusual incident.”
The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that victims of the 2005 Avon Mountain crash that killed four people cannot sue the state on allegations that Route 44 was dangerous and lacked adequate safety measures.
(Avon, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Authorities in Avon are investigating a fire in a shed that stored equipment for the town’s Little League. Officials say they received several 911 calls and crews arrived just before 3:30 […]
Allegations that some Avon High School teachers recruited students into a cult and that they pose a threat to the community are part of a civil lawsuit filed in U.S. Federal Court in New Haven Wednesday.
The Connecticut Supreme Court will hear arguments in two lawsuits filed over a 2005 crash at the bottom of Avon Mountain that killed four people and injured 19 others.
An Avon doctor is due in court next month after two female patients told police they had been victims of sexual assault during visits to his office on Nod Road.
Avon police are charging a man after they say he spied on a co-worker at the town post office. Police received the complaint this morning from a U.S. Postal Service special agent about 43-year-old Craig […]
Avon police officer Todd Akerly taught DARE classes to sixth-graders. He was fired Oct. 3 for inappropriate social media contact with those students. The police chief did make clear that while Akerly violated department policy, […]
An early morning fire caused heavy damage to a walk-in clinic on Route 167 in Avon.
A massive fire broke out this morning at the Farmington Woods condominiums on Heritage Drive in Avon. Multiple units were affected by the blaze that started just before 5 a.m. Fire crews from Simsbury, Avon […]