Restrictions on waterway access to a canal along the Connecticut River near a shuttered nuclear plant will be lifted under a plan that also calls for additional security at the Haddam Neck site where spent nuclear fuel remains held in storage.
Firefighters were unable to enter the burning structure because of the intense flames; victims are believed to range in age from about 40 to late 60s.
Police are crediting two Enfield men for rescuing a woman who jumped into the Connecticut River.
State environmental officials are asking owners of the Connecticut Yankee power plant site to consider alternatives to a boom blocking access to a canal off the Connecticut River.
Colorful vessels will swarm the Connecticut River in Hartford this weekend during the 14th annual Riverfront Dragon Boat and Asian Festival.
(HARTFORD,Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Hartford Police say the man whose body was found on the west bank of the Connecticut River in Haddam Thursday was 33 year old Ricky Cruz of Hartford. Cruz fell into the […]
(HADDAM,Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A body was found on the west bank of the Connecticut River in Haddam about a half mile south of the Haddam Meadows boat launch Thursday afternoon.Two kayakers made the discovery shortly […]
(Windsor Locks, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – It’s been a week since a 52-year-old Windsor Locks man went missing and now police are stepping up their search efforts. Officers says Lawrence McIntosh disappeared New Year’s Eve and […]
The Connecticut River Blueway will retain its designation as a National Blueway, but that there will no such further designations as the Interior Department announced the program is ending.
Hartford police have made arrests in connection with a homicide from earlier this year. They say Madelyne Martinez-Mercado, 23, of New Britain and Talib Shaheer, 32, of Waterbury, were picked up Tuesday. Each is being […]