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  • DMV celebrates 10 years of more knowledgable teen drivers

    MIDDLETOWN — The Connecticut DMV celebrated the 10th anniversary of Graduated Drivers’ License Laws (GDL) and the impact it’s made across the state. Wednesday DMV Commissioner Michael Bzdyra was joined by safety advocates and medical professionals at a press conference to mark the milestone. The event served as a reminder for minors and parents on how important these laws have decreased fatal crashes among young drivers. The GDL include: a required two-hour safety information class for both parents and teens, […]

  • Group confirms horse with potentially serious virus attended show in West Springfield

    WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A horse with a potentially serious virus attended a show at the Eastern States Exposition this month, according to officials. Massachusetts Farm Bureau said a horse infected with the the Corona Virus attended the Quarter Horse Show on July 22. The Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation, Inc. said the virus was confirmed in a horse that attended a show at the Eastern States Exposition. The bureau said in their Facebook post, “Due to the manner of transmission, horses that attended […]

  • State PD: Guns, drugs and paraphernalia found in car following pursuit in Danbury

    DANBURY — Connecticut State Police said they found firearms, narcotics and paraphernalia inside of a vehicle following a pursuit last week. Connecticut State Police said they were involved in a pursuit early Friday morning on Newtown Road. State police said they were trying to stop a Gray Pontiac Grand Am around 12:34 a.m., but the driver refused to stop. State police said they eventually were able to stop the vehicle on Brinsmade Lane in Sherman. Police said the driver, Edward Lasch, 32  became […]

  • Hartford PD: Man arrested for making false 911 call of child drowning

    HARTFORD — Police said they responded to a false report of a child drowning at Willie Ware Center after a man was trying to evaluate the response time of law enforcement. On Monday around 12:36 p.m., Hartford police said they responded to a 911 call of a child drowning at 697 Windsor Street. Police said before arriving it was learned that the call had been made to evaluate the response time of emergency services. Police said a cooperating witness gave […]

  • Naugatuck police issue Silver Alert for two teen girls

    NAUGATUCK — Police have issued a Silver Alert for two teenage girls. According to Naugatuck police, Christine Carrero, 16, and Britney Carrero, 14, did not go back to their foster parent’s home on curfew. They last spoke to the girls around 3 p.m., Monday afternoon. Naugatuck police issue Silver Alert for two teen girls. Christine has straight brown hair and brown eyes, 5’-6”. Whitney has brown hair with blonde streaks, brown eyes and 5’-7”. Police said they possibly can be in […]

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    State Environmental Police make 2 arrests during Operation Dry Water

    HARTFORD — Connecticut’s State Environmental Conservation Police released the final report of Operation Dry Water on Saturday. EnCon Police took part of the national effort in trying to increase people’s knowledge about the dangers of boating under the influence (BUI). EcCon Police said the goal was to reduce the number of accidents and deaths associated with alcohol and drug use on waterways. According to EcCon Police’s Facebook Post, the final report showed: Number of Boaters Contacted: over 800 Number of […]

  • Ice-T to perform at The Big E in West Springfield, Massachusetts

    WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Grammy Award winning rapper and actor, Ice-T, is performing for free at the Big E on September 22 at 7:30 p.m. Ice-T combines realistic struggles with fictional settings within his music. with a hard-hitting style that  makes him extremely influential in Rap and Hip-Hop communities. By incorporating the inner-city life within a narrative style, his songs not only spoke to many up-and-coming rap artists of the 20th century, but paved the way for future generations as […]

  • Farmington Police Department mourns K-9 Drak

    FARMINGTON — Farmington PD lost their retired four-legged furry friend K-9 Drak last week. Officer Joe Capodiferro (Ret.) was by the 15-year-old dog side when he peacefully passed away. Capodiferro and Drak served on the K-9 team for nine years. Drak retired from law enforcement in March 2015. Farmington PD’s Facebook post said some highlights of Capodiferro and Drak’s term as a K-9 team include the capture of a bank robbery suspect in New Britain in August of 2006 and […]

  • South Windsor PD makes safe exchange zones for online purchases

    SOUTH WINDSOR — Most people have bought something off of a stranger and the hardest decision is where to meet up. Look no further, South Windsor Police Department have created a few spots designated for online purchase exchanges. Police have created spots out front of the east side parking lot. The spots are specifically under surveillance to keep people safe. “We welcome citizens to continue to use our parking area and lobby as a “safe Exchange Zone.” according to their […]

  • Longmeadow’s Brynn Cartelli on winning The Voice — and what’s next

    LONGMEADOW, MA — Season 14 winner of The Voice, Brynn Cartelli was the youngest winner of the competition. In February 2016, she auditioned and didn’t make it, but in February, she and her family traveled to “The Big Apple” in a snowstorm to audition again. “They asked if I really wanted to do this and I said ‘yes,'” she said “They were so supportive the whole time.” “It was snowing. And I left my shoes in the car. I remember […]

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