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Smash-In Burglaries Overnight In Avon, Surrounding Towns

Avon police say they’re working with surrounding towns as they investigate two break-ins overnight.

03/22/2013

Second Arrest In Avon Home Invasion

Avon Police have arrested their second suspect in an armed residential home invasion on Jackson Road in December.

03/18/2013

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School Bus Crash In Avon

A school bus was involved in a crash in Avon about 3:30 this afternoon, near the intersection of Country Club Road and Stage Coach Road.

03/06/2013

Nassau's

Nassau’s Closing Avon Store After 35 Years

Nassau’s Furniture says it is closing its Avon store after 35 years in business at the corner of Route 44 and Route 10.

01/25/2013

Avon Police Department. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Police ID Teens Injured In Avon Crash

Police released the names of three teenagers badly injured in a crash on Route 177 in Avon

01/24/2013

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Three Teens In Hospital, Two Critical After Avon Crash

Three Avon teens were taken to Hartford Hospital Wednesday night, two via LifeStar after the vehicle they were in smashed into a utility poll in the 190 block of Lovely Street in Avon (Route 177) around 10:30 p.m.

01/24/2013

Michael Cyr (Courtesy Avon Police)

Arrest In Avon Home Invasion

A Harwinton man faces charges afterhis arrest in an Avon Home invasion last month.

01/16/2013

Israel Gomez (Courtesy Avon Police)

Avon Police Say Assault Suspect Met Teen On Facebook

Avon police are charging a Hartford man after they say he attacked a 14-year-old girl with whom he chatted on Facebook.

01/11/2013

Darnell Davis (Courtesy Farmington Police)

Police Say Man Texted Threats Referring To Newtown, Columbine

Farmington police say they arrested a man who invoked the Newtown elementary school massacre in text messages he sent threatening to shoot an ex-girlfriend.

12/28/2012

Salvation Army kettle

Salvation Army Contributions Reach About $200,000

This year’s Salvation Army WTIC Holiday Store collections totalled about $200,000, according to Major Brian Glasco.

12/24/2012

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