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Man wanted in Woodbury convenience store burglary
WOODBURY, Conn. (WTNH) - Police are searching for the suspect who allegedly burglarized a Woodbury convenience store. Connecticut State Police said on Tuesday that troopers are looking to identify the man who is wanted for burglarizing the Woodbury Convenience store on Route 6.
You Can Buy This Southbury Home For $65,500
SOUTHBURY, CT -- This private condo at 485 Heritage Village Unit B is currently on the market for $65,500, according to Realtor.com. Address: 485 Heritage Vlg Unit B, Southbury, Connecticut.
Woodbury's Matthew Albino Receives Creativity Grant
Matthew Albino Receives Creativity Grant at Hamilton College. CLINTON, NY-- Matthew Albino, of Woodbury (06798), has been awarded a grant from The Steven Daniel Smallen Memorial Fund at Hamilton College. The Fund is designed to encourage creativity among Hamilton students by providing funds for proj
CT Prison Guard Pleads Guilty To Inmate Sex Abuse
DANBURY, CT — A Danbury FCI prison guard pleaded guilty to sexually abusing an inmate in July and August 2018. Carlos Sanchez, 33, of Middlebury made the plea in federal court Monday. He engaged in sexual activity with a female inmate.
Auction for city restaurant building set for Thursday
WATERBURY — A nearly 6,000-square-foot restaurant on 1.2 acres of land by the city’s border with Naugatuck can be had for as little at $175,000 at auction on Thursday. The owners of the Brass House Restaurant building owe the city more than $330,000 in unpaid real estate taxes, sewer fees and water
Southbury's Natalie Muratori Participates in Fall Study Abroad
LOUDONVILLE, NY -- Natalie Muratori, of Southbury, CT is participating in the Siena College Study Abroad program for the Fall 2018 semester. Natalie will be studying in Spain. Siena College students in all majors have the opportunity to study abroad in more than 50 countries around the world. Studen
Landscaper Overcome By Mower Fumes At Washington Township Condo Complex DIes
UPDATE: One landscaper died after he and a co-worker were overcome by lawnmower carbon monoxide fumes Tuesday morning in a trailer in Washington Township, authorities said. There was no word yet on the second victim's condition.
Robbery Reported At Dunkin' Donuts In Naugatuck
Written by Naugatuck Police Department Lt. Bryan Cammarata,. Good Tuesday Everyone … — ----------------------------------------- A good deal of sunshine. High 36F. Winds light and variable.
Danbury PD Seeks Counterfeit Bill Passer
DANBURY, CT — Police are seeking to identify the pictured man, who is suspected of passing fake $100 bills at the Danbury Fair Mall and Walgreens. Several of the bills were recovered and have the same serial number.
Danbury man charged with sexual assault of minor
DANBURY — A Danbury man has been arrested following a Special Victims Unit investigations into the sexual abuse of a minor. Edmund Paris, 39, was arrested by Danbury police on Friday and is charged with nine counts of sexual assault, sexual contact with a minor and risk of injury to a minor, accordi
Neighbors prefer apartments over recycling
Residents at the Caswell Cove condominiums are pushing for a zone change that would allow housing to be built on the site of a nearby recycling facility. The Planning and Zoning Board (P&Z) held open a public hearing from its Dec. 4 meeting on a proposed apartment complex at 990 Naugatuck Avenue, wh
Donations for displaced family collected after Wolcott fire
WOLCOTT — Members of the community are collecting donations for a family displaced from their Woodtick Road home by a fire on Friday. Wolcott High School student Jamil Lawrence Jr., 18, was in the first week of his recovery from double knee surgery when the fire broke out. He couldn’t walk and was r
Wilcox moves up in class for sophomore season
NAUGATUCK — Last season was a learning experience for Naugatuck High sophomore Logan Wilcox, navigating his way through his first year of high school wrestling as a team of one with the Pomperaug team.
Infant Study: UConn Waterbury
Have you ever wondered, "What is my infant learning when watching others?" If so, the C.A.P. Lab invites you to participate in our exciting Husky See, Husky Do study. The goal of our study is to gather information about the normal development of social learning over the first 2 years of life. We are
Singing honors keep coming for talented teen from Southbury
WATERBURY – For Kaira Springer, a junior at Waterbury Arts Magnet School and a talented singer, the accolades keep piling up. In April, she will travel to Pittsburgh, Pa., where she will sing as a member of the All-Eastern Honors Treble Chorus her latest accomplishment. The group is one of a few per
DUI Naugatuck Man Assaults Victim At Local Bar: Police
NAUGATUCK, CT — A Naugatuck man is accused of assaulting someone inside a local bar and then driving away from the scene while under the influence, police said. On Dec. 7 at 11:46 p.m. police responded to Riddles Cafe, North Main Street, for an assault, police said. Leigh R. Oliveira, 27, of Bluebir
Man Stole Mercedes, Newport Cigarettes: Middletown PD
MIDDLETOWN, CT — A Middletown man was arrested after he stole a pack of cigarettes and fled in a stolen vehicle, according to police. Officers were told that Greg Overton, 44, stole a pack of Newports from the Washington Street Sunoco station Dec. 9 and left in a 2012 Mercedes-Benz . The vehicle was
The latest developments in Trump-related investigations
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is facing escalating criminal investigations in Washington and New York that are examining not only whether his campaign coordinated with the Kremlin but also whether he illegally bought the silence of two women who say they had sex with him.
Man convicted in Connecticut triple slaying denied parole
WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) - A Connecticut man convicted of killing three security guards during a robbery nearly 40 years ago has had his latest bid for early release rejected. The Republican American reports that 66-year-old Donald Couture was denied parole by the state parole board, which in its decis
Waterbury Police Department confirms shots fired overnight
WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) - Chief Fernando Spagnolo has confirmed with News 8 that last night police responded to a call of "shots fired." The incident occurred on Springbrook Road around 7:40 PM last night in Waterbury.