Connecticut NAACP officials are launching their own probe into the death of a 35-year-old black attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car last year.
State agriculture officials will take permanent possession of a Redding woman’s two horses after she was charged with animal cruelty.
65-year-old Vivian Gagliano said a surgical mistake at Danbury Hospital in 2008 put her into a month-long coma.
A 13-year-old Redding boy and student has been charged with disorderly conduct after posting a photo of two guns on Instagram with the caption, “I think I’m ready to go to school.” Police investigated and […]
Members of the Western Connecticut summer archaeology class are studying the site of the Revolutionary War winter camp of Gen. Israel Putnam.