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  • What’s on the menu? A look at Shake Shack

    WEST HARTFORD — Shake Shack’s latest location opens in West Hartford next week. The restaurant is located at 1445 New Britain Avenue, West Hartford, in Corbin’s Corner. The doors open on Friday, April 27 at 11 a.m. Here’s a look at what you can expect!

  • Montville Superintendent, high school principal, assistant principal arrested in aftermath of fight video

    MONTVILLE — State police arrested three school administrators in connection with the fight video that came to light last week. Brian Levesque, 45 of Brooklyn Conn., the superintendent of schools, was charged with failure to report abuse. Tatiana Patten, 59, of Niantic, was also charged with failure to report abuse. She is the Assistant Principal of Montville High. Jeffrey Theodoss, 64, of Shrewsbury Mass., the principal of Montville high was also charged with failure to report abuse. They are scheduled to […]

  • Naugatuck police: Suspects bought $1,300 worth of goods with counterfeit bills

    NAUGATUCK — Police are asking for help in identifying suspects who bought $1,340 worth of goods with counterfeit bills on Wednesday. Police said the suspects pictured passed $1,340 worth of counterfeit $20 bills at Walmart on Wednesday. Witnesses reported seeing them leave the store and get into a vehicle with New York Registration plates. If anyone has information on these thefts you are urged to contact the Naugatuck PD at 203-729-5221 or the NPD Confidential Tip Line at 203-720-1010.

  • Timeline of investigations into the Trump campaign and Russian operatives

    Special counsel Robert Mueller and multiple congressional committees are looking into allegations that there was collusion between Russian operatives and Trump associates during the presidential campaign and transition. Who’s investigating election interference: FBI – In July of 2016, the FBI launched a counterintelligence investigation into possible links between the Russian government and Trump campaign officials. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence – On January 13, 2017, the committee announced that it was conducting a probe of Russian meddling. The investigation was sparked by a declassified report […]

  • Watertown garage damaged by fire

    WATERTOWN — Fire damaged a garage and spread to the adjacent house in Watertown Wednesday afternoon. The garage at the single family home on 44 Ledgewood Road sustained serious damage. There were no reports of injuries. Firefighters were hampered by the lack of hydrants in the area.

  • Commuter parking lot in Vernon reopened following leaking propane tank

    VERNON —  A leaking propane tank caused a commuter parking lot to close Tuesday. Police said emergency crews responded around noon time when a contractor was changing out propane tanks with a crane and one slipped and cracked. The tank had nearly a 1,000 gallons of fuel in it.  Crews transferred the gas into another container. The commuter lot has since reopened. Crews from the DOT, DEEP, Vernon Police, Vernon Fire, Tolland fire,  and Manchester Fire assisted with the clean up.

  • Delays expected in North Haven due to road maintenance

    NORTH HAVEN — Delays are expected Wednesday as crews will be doing maintenance on a railroad overpass. CSX Railroad will be conducting maintenance on the Sackett Point Road overpass near Universal Drive. Police expect that the work will create traffic congestion, and possibly a road closure. Police are suggesting avoid the area on Wednesday between 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. For traffic updates check here.

  • Norwalk police make arrest in double fatal crash

    NORWALK — Police arrested a Stamford man in connection with a crash that caused two deaths in January. Police said they arrested Anthony Domond, 33, of Stamford, and charged him with two counts of manslaughter, operating under the influence and reckless driving. Police said Domond was wanted in connection with the double fatal crash that occurred on Connecticut Avenue on January 8. Police said Domond was operating a vehicle westbound on Connecticut Avenue near Richards Avenue when he entered the […]

  • Kyle Navin pleads guilty in deaths of his parents

    BRIDGEPORT — Kyle Navin plead guilty on two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of his parents in 2015 The defense struck a plea deal with the state that lifted the murder with special circumstances charge. He’ll be getting 55 years in prison as part of the agreement. Navin had originally pleaded not guilty to the slayings of his parents, Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, of Easton. The couple went missing in August 2015 and their bullet-ridden bodies were […]

  • Spring storm causes accidents, flooding across state

    HARTFORD — A storm with heavy rain and winds caused problems throughout the state. Flooding in Farmington caused South Road to be closed but it has since reopened. Get the latest weather here.  Traffic updates are here.  Police said  the intersection of Main Street and  Dowd Street in Newington was temporarily closed due to flooding. Parents in Newington were asked to pick up children at school so they don’t have to walk home and that buses would be running late. […]