Ridgefield Man Confirmed as Connecticut’s First COVID-19 Death
Unfortunately, a Ridgefield man has been announced as the first death in the state of Connecticut related the novel coronavirus.
Attorney General: ‘Connecticut Will Not Tolerate Price Gouging’
As the tri-state area continues to take social distancing precautions in the battle against the novel coronavirus, The State of Connecticut is taking action against price gouging.
Danbury Declares State of Emergency in Order to Access Grants
Amidst the battle against the spread of the novel coronavirus, the City of Danbury has declared a State of Emergency.
Have a Nasty Ink Job? We Got You COVERED – Tattoo Redo 2020
Do you have a regrettable tattoo? Is your ex’s name stuck on your chest? Is that tribal piece not aging well? The Home of Rock 'N' Roll and Danbury Tattoo & Piercing is here to help.
Danbury Launches Mobile Testing Site, Certain Criteria Required
In the City of Danbury's latest effort in the battle the spread of COVID-19, a mobile testing site has been set up at Danbury Hospital.
Police: Bethel Teen Charged After Family Member Dies From BB Gun Wound
A local teen has been arrested after police say he fatally shot a family member with a BB gun.
Danbury Establishes Local COVID-19 Community Hotline
The City of Danbury has established a local COVID-19 community hotline.
Brookfield ShopRite Limits Certain Items But Does So With a Smile
I want to take a minute to share an experience I had while shopping at one of our more popular local supermarkets.
Connecticut to Prevent Utility Service Shut-Offs Amidst COVID-19 Concerns
Connecticut officials have ordered that local utility companies refrain from shutting down service to customers.
Connecticut Officials: Students Can Receive Meals Despite School Closures, COVID-19 Cases …
With a reported 56% of Connecticut students out of classes due to closures related to Coronavirus precautions.