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Man Arrested For DUI At Wallingford McDonald's Drive-Through
WALLINGFORD, CT - A Meriden man faces charges after he pulled into a Wallingford McDonald's drive-through while intoxicated Saturday night, according to the Meriden Record-Journal. Erik Gonzalez, 39, was charged with driving under the influence and drinking while driving.
Plan To Close Schools Meets Opposition In Wallingford
WALLINGFORD, CT — While no action was taken on the possible restructuring of Wallingford's school facilities at Monday night's Board of Education Operations Committee meeting, board members showed little support for consolidating the town's two middle schools, according to the Meriden Record-Journal
Wallingford Tractor Supply store bows
Connecticut's ninth Tractor Supply Co. farm-and-ranch supplies store has opened in Wallingford. The 20,000-square-foot store opened recently at 800 N. Colony Road/Route 5. The store site also includes 15,000 square feet of outdoor storage and sales space, according to Wethersfield retail landlord-br
Wallingford school board to look at restructuring
WALLINGFORD -- The Wallingford Board of Education is set to meet tonight to discuss possible consolidation of the middle and high schools in town. The Board of Education recently hired a consulting firm to look into restructuring four schools and programs.
Titans and Trojans are on same team when it comes to Wallingford's future
WALLINGFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - Some parents and students in Wallingford are expected to let their opinions fly at a Board of Education meeting Monday night as the district is looking at combining schools.
Will Wallingford start to consolidate its schools?
WALLINGFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - Parents and students in Wallingford are expected to speak out against plans to possibly consolidate several schools in town at Lyman Hall on Monday night.
Residents speak out about potential Wallingford school closures
WALLINGFORD - Residents are concerned about proposals that may restructure their schools. The potential change comes after the Board of Education hired a firm to examine the issue.
Contentious meeting may decide fate of Wallingford’s former Bristol Myers Squibb property
WALLINGFORD — A contentious public meeting Monday night in Wallingford May decide the fate of the former Bristol Myers Squibb Property. The sprawling and now abandoned 180-acre corporate campus is zoned for commercial use, but it also sits on wetland property and residents say the potential environm
Wallingford auditorium filled for meeting regarding potential school consolidation plans
WALLINGFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - It was a sea of red at Lyman Hall High School on Monday night. Nearly 200 teachers packed the auditorium wearing shirts that said "Red for ed." The fate of schools in the district is unknown. The town is considering some major changes to cut costs. That could mean merging
Man Grabs Woman By Hair, Neck, Pulls Her From Car: Milford PD
MILFORD, CT — A New Haven man is accused of grabbing a woman by the hair and forcibly removing her from a car, Milford Police said. On Dec. 9, police responded to a Woodmont Road motel on a report of a possible domestic violence incident, police said. Investigation led to the arrest of Troy Holtzer,
Man struck by a car at crosswalk in Wallingford
WALLINGFORD — A man was taken to Yale-New Haven hospital Saturday, after he was struck by a car. Witnesses told police that the man was crossing the road at cross walk of South Colony Road near the area of Quinnipiac Street. He allegedly was not using the cross walk signal to safely cross the inters
5 New Wallingford Area Properties For Sale
WALLINGFORD, CT — Looking for a new house, and want to get a better understanding of what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some assistance finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Never fear! To keep you up to date, we've got a fresh batch of new listings nearby.
West Haven PD, losing officers, pleads with city to return to a traditional pension plan
Nearly 10 years after the city, as the result of a controversial arbitration award, switched the Police Department from a chronically underfunded traditional pension plan to a 401(k), police are pushing the city to switch back, saying the change was a bad deal.
Wings Add Wallingford to the Mix for the 2018-’19 Season
The Wings’ girls’ ice hockey team is featuring a different look as it begins a new season. After forming a co-op squad with players from Branford, East Haven, and North Branford the last four years, the Wings will be flying without anyone from East Haven this winter. High-scoring forward Juliana Con
Meriden PD confirms overnight shooting; unknown injuries
MERIDEN, Conn. (WTNH) - Public information officer, Sgt. Christopher Fry, confirmed with News 8 that late last night a shooting took place in Meriden. The shooting is reported to have happened in the vicinity of Nutmeg Drive around 10 PM Saturday night.
Southington: Check Out 5 Local Homes For Sale
SOUTHINGTON, CT — On the hunt for a new home, and want the latest information on what's available near you? Need some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Fear not! To save you some time, we've compiled the latest batch of new listings nearby.
Closed chimney flue forces family to evacuate residence
DANBURY, Conn. (WTNH) - According to Danbury Fire Department, a call came in just after 7:00 pm to what they have described to News 8 as a "smoke condition." The New Haven Register has reported that the fire happened because of the chimney flue having been closed. The home then filled with smoke cau
Firefighter injured while battling house fire in Middletown
MIDDLETOWN — One firefighter was injured while crews battled a house fire Saturday night. Firefighters responded to a home on Brown Street on calls of a fire. Once on scene, firefighters said that smoke and fire were seen coming from the top of the wood framed chimney.
Hamden PD: Man chokes, drags mother of his child
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) - A man in Hamden is under arrest after police say an argument over a 1-year-old child turned violent. Officers were called to a home on Pinerock Avenue back in November for a report of a domestic dispute.
Sally’s Apizza thanks New Haven residents with two events on December 10 and 17
NEW HAVEN — In recognition of their 80-year anniversary in New Haven, Sally’s Apizza have coordinated a series of “Thank You New Haven.” “Sally’s Apizza has been bringing passion into peoples’ lives for 80 years,” says Moseley Group managing partner Christine Moseley Milloff.