Authorities have positively identified two of those killed in this week’s house fire in Enfield.
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.
(Enfield, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A prank phone call led Enfield police and a SWAT team to a home in town earlier this morning. Police Chief Carl Sferrazza says a person called police indicating that someone […]
Two men suffered non-life threatening stab wounds in an altercation in the area of Pearl Street and Cross Street in Enfield Tuesday night.
Enfield Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man described as a person of interest in some burglaries in their town.
An Enfield man has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging police shocked him at least 10 times with a stun gun after he entered the wrong home while sleepwalking.
Officer Matthew Worden has been the subject of complaints and pending lawsuits from civilians, about his actions while on duty.
Multiple reports say a pair of students at Enfield’s Nathan Hale Elementary School were diagnosed with Enterovirus-D68.
A girl reportedly handed out THC lollipops this week at Enfield High School.