As Superstorm Sandy marched slowly inland, millions along the East Coast awoke Tuesday without power or mass transit, with huge swaths of the nation’s largest city unusually vacant and dark.
Superstorm Sandy grounded well over 10,000 flights across the Northeast and the globe, and it could be days before some passengers can get where they’re going.
A storm system with wind gusts clocked at over 50 mph knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses in Connecticut.
The National Weather Service in Taunton, Mass. has determined a tornado did not touch down in Glastonbury Friday afternoon.
State Police say Interstate 95 at Norwalk had to be closed briefly during heavy rains.
Rough weather around the Northeast has prompted airlines to divert four flights from New York airports to Bradley International in Windsor Locks. Airport spokesman John Wallace says three of the flights were destined for JFK […]
Metro-North and Connecticut transportation officials plan to cut rail service if extreme winter weather requires measures to protect rail cars.
It’s the largest power outage ever in the state, as hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents were left in the dark by the October snowstorm, Governor Malloy declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay off the roads. Utility executives say it may be a week before service is restored to all customers.
A meteorologist and radio and television personality who was a regular on WTIC and Channel 3 television for many years, “Fair Weather Charlie” Bagley, has died at 82.
Here is the IRENE TIMELINE: Sunday Morning: Heavy rains will start to subside beginning around 9:30am at the coast and 11am inland. Sunday Afternoon: Wind will lighten up temporarily but then will shift to […]