More than 200 cancellations were called in to the WTIC Storm Center Thursday as the East Coast snowstorm moved into the state. Governor Malloy scheduled an update from the Emergency Operations Center for 8:30 a.m.
Slick roads across Connecticut prompted school delays across the state and forced state police to close Interstate 84 in both directions in Tolland for nearly two hours.
Officials at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport say most afternoon flights have been cancelled because of the major winter storm hitting the region.
More than 200 school closings were called in to the WTIC Storm Center as the timing of the January snowstorm made for a difficult morning commujte.
A substantial earthquake rumbled through greater Hartford– and much of the Eastern Seaboard– this afternoon just before 2pm. The quake rattled buildings for over 5 seconds before subsiding.
The U.S. Postal Service is considering closing 15 Connecticut locations, including three in Hartford as it deals with a multi-billion dollar deficit. The Postal Service is losing money because of a decreased demand for services […]
The winter’s snow has taken its toll on school systems around the state which have been forced to cancel classes. A survey by the state Department of Education finds most districts have cancelled classes for […]
Borders stores in Manchester, Simsbury, Southbury, Milford, Wilton and Danbury are among those on a list of closings announced Wednesday.