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Old Lyme veterinarian sends out message saying 2 dogs ingested THC while on walks

OLD LYME, Conn. (WTNH) - An Old Lyme veterinarian has sent out a message alerting pet owners after saying two dogs ingested THC in the past five days. Clark Veterinary Hospital said the dogs ingested the psychoactive ingredient while out on walks at Cini Beach in Niantic and at Old Saybrook Land Tru


Winter Weather Advisory Just Issued For Connecticut

Once again a nuisance winter storm is expected to cause some troubles on Connecticut's roads Wednesday afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of Connecticut as snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain will start falling tomorrow afternoon and thr


Bernie Sanders launches second presidential campaign

(CNN) - After months of deliberation, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that he is running for president again in 2020. It will be Sanders' second consecutive bid for the Democratic nomination after losing to Hillary Clinton in 2016.


Haunted Restaurant in Connecticut Invites Ghost Hunters to Spend the Night

Over the last several years there's been some unexplained paranormal activity inside the legendary Twisted Vine Restaurant at 285 Main St. in Derby. According to an article in the NewsTimes, the restaurant is reportedly haunted according to individuals who claim to have seen flickering lights, smoke


Dear Lawmakers: Highway tolls in Connecticut

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, who campaigned saying he would support highway tolls only for tractor-trailers, now says he’s considering a wider tolling option. The Democrat, in an op-ed published Saturday in Hearst Connecticut Media newspapers, says attorneys tell him that truck-only tolling likely c


Brand New, Solar Powered Home With Elevator Awaits In Madison

MADISON, CT -- This brand new home on Route 1 has just been listed for $1.7 million, according to Realtor.com. Features: SOLAR POWERED, MULTI-GENERATIONAL HOME WITH ELEVATOR: YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE EVERYTHING! 7850 sf 3 car garage 420 sf master suite on first floor, 1 wood burning stove, 4 natural gas fi


Reporting on politics is a black hole

Politics is a hundred vicious circles, neatly packaged into a black hole with a bow that strangles those who hope to make a difference in the world. Once, that concept intrigued me. It excited me. It drew me in – as I have heard black holes do – and enticed me with conflict, controversy and friction


Welcoming Connecticut stops for traveling Blacks found in historic Green-Book

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - The film "Green-Book" is up for 5 Oscars this Sunday. The movie's title is in reference to a travel guide used by African Americans during segregation to safely navigate the country. The "Green-Book" included a number of locations right here in Connecticut.


Next Steps for Madison’s Strategic Plan

Over the course of a few months, stakeholders have weighed in on the town’s effort to build a 10-year strategic plan. The Board of Selectmen (BOS) now has a rough draft of the plan, but has agreed the plan needs more work before it goes to the public.


Mass. Couple Believes They Lost Wedding Rings in Connecticut

A Westwood, Massachusetts couple is desperately hoping someone can help them find the wife’s lost engagement and wedding rings after they made a pit stop in Connecticut. “I looked at my hand on the wheel and I noticed, 'Oh my God. My rings aren’t there,'” Kimberly Reggiannini said.


UFO Sightings Already Being Reported In 2019: Here's Where

GREENWICH, CT — If you guessed that Greenwich would have the first official recorded UFO sighting for 2019, then congratulations as you guessed correctly. A new year, means more reported UFO sightings.


Another messy commute in store this week as snow moves into Connecticut Wednesday, Thursday

Following a mild storm that started off Presidents Day week, Connecticut residents should brace for more intense weather Wednesday afternoon into Thursday. Snow made for slippery Monday morning commute, more showers expected through the afternoon »


NVCC's Nursing Program Ranked Among Connecticut's Top Four

Pictured above: Founders Hall which was opened in 2017 houses NVCC's Allied Health programs such as nursing, radiologic technology, respiratory care, and physical therapy assistant. Photo courtesy of NVCC.


Cause Unknown for Dogs Sickened at The Preserve

It was scary scenario for local dog owners who read the email written by Dr. Kristin Williams of the Essex Veterinary Clinic: Three dogs taken hiking on the trails at The Preserve had fallen ill.


Woman issues plea to CT residents for help in finding lost rings

BRANFORD, CT (WFSB) -- A Massachusetts woman is looking for help from residents in Connecticut after she lost her engagement ring and wedding band at a local rest stop. Kimberly Reggiannini‎ posted a photo on the Channel 3 Facebook page on Monday, saying she believes she lost her rings on Sunday at


Students Introduce MadLove in Madison

Daniel Hand High School (DHHS) students are stepping up to encourage a kinder community here in Madison. At a Board of Selectmen (BOS) meeting on Feb. 11, three students came to speak with the selectmen about their latest project.


Connecticut AG: Trump 'breaking the law' with emergency order

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong (D) asserted Tuesday that President Trump broke the law by declaring a national emergency over the border late last week. “The president is breaking the law, and he’s shredding the Constitution,” Tong said on CNN’s "New Day." “He’s declared a national emerge


Madison Art Society Town Hall Artists for March and April 2019

The Madison Art Society announces the Madison Town Hall artists for March and April. The work can be seen at the town hall, 8 Campus Drive, Madison during business hours. Paul Loescher and Cheri Weymann are featured artists. Each has earned many awards and credits. Paul paints in watercolor and is f


Madison Top School Administrators Reassigned Due to Downsizing

MADISON, CT - Madison School Superintendent has sent out an update on how downsizing from six to five schools will mean some reorganization of upper level positions at the schools.


Connecticut joins multistate suit to challenge national emergency declaration

Connecticut's state attorney general announced a decision to join a multistate lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency to fund a border wall.