• tik tok Sep 20, 2021

    New TikTok Trend Has Students Vandalizing School Bathrooms

    There’s a new TikTok trend that has school officials sounding the alarm as students across the country are vandalizing their school bathrooms and posting about it on social media. The new social media challenge encourages students to steal things like fire extinguishers or soap dispensers or vandalize school property. The viral TikTok challenge is called the “Devious Licks” trend...

  • New Britain Sep 20, 2021

    School Officials Speak Out After New TikTok Trend Has Students Vandalizing Bathrooms

    There’s a new TikTok trend that has school officials sounding the alarm as students across the country are vandalizing their school bathrooms and posting about it on social media.

  • granby Sep 1, 2021

    Two Dogs Have Died After Fire in Granby

    Two dogs died in a fire in Granby Wednesday morning. Police a driver who was passing by noticed smoke coming from windows of a single-family home on Salmon Brook Street, Route 10, at 8:15 a.m. Police said residents were not home at the time, but two dogs died.  The road has closed, but has reopened.

  • weather Aug 31, 2021

    Towns Preparing Ahead of Expected Heavy Rains

    With heavy rains expected Wednesday into Thursday night, a flash flood watch is in effect for much of the state. Hoping to mitigate potential problems, public works crews have been taking proactive measures today.

  • granby Aug 25, 2021

    Bear Cubs Land on Roof in Granby

    Seeing bears in parts of Connecticut is not terribly unusual, but having one bear cub fall on your roof is another story, not to mention two. It happened in Granby on Tuesday. The bear cubs appear to be OK and it’s a story that the Webster family has captured on video. Brandon Webster, his wife, Amanda, and their two...

  • granby Aug 25, 2021

    Bear Lands on Roof in Granby

    Seeing bears in parts of Connecticut is not terribly unusual, but having one fall on your roof is another story. It happened in Granby on Tuesday. The cubs scampered away, appearing to be OK. Hopefully, the shingles on the roof will be too.

  • granby Jul 15, 2021

    Teen on Bike Struck in Granby

    A 15-year-old on a bicycle was struck by a vehicle while crossing Route 10 in Granby Thursday morning. Police said the teen crossed Route 10 in the 200 block of Salmon Brook Street when he was struck just after 8:30 a.m. and he was taken to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Police are investigating the crash. No charges have been filed.

  • granby bears Jul 14, 2021

    Granby Approves Intentional Bear Feeding Ordinance

    The Granby Board of Selectmen has passed ordinance to prohibit intentional feeding of bears in response to concerns from residents.

  • granby Jul 14, 2021

    Granby Approves Intentional Bear Feeding Ordinance

    Granby is now going to try and stop people from intentionally feeding bears. It’s a problem NBC Connecticut has been following for a while and there have been reports of cars hitting bears and some families scared to go out into their own backyard. With bears often parading through their backyard in Granby, the Bunz family has been concerned...

  • granby Jun 24, 2021

    Simsbury Man Killed in Granby Crash

    A Simsbury man has died after a crash in Granby. Police said a 2000 Honda motorcycle and a 2007 Jeep collided on Hartford Avenue, Route 189, near Gatehouse Road at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday and the motorcyclist, 38-year-old Jeffrey Miller, of Simsbury, was pronounced dead at the scene.  The driver of the Jeep was treated for minor injuries and was not…

  • wildlife Jun 9, 2021

    Granby to Draft Bear Feeding Ordinance

    Now after years of complaints about bears, the town of Granby is taking action to potentially tackle what might be behind part of the problem.

  • granby Jun 9, 2021

    After Community Members Pleas, Granby to Draft Bear Feeding Ordinance

    Now after years of complaints about bears, the town of Granby is taking action to potentially tackle what might be behind part of the problem. Amid growing concerns about bears in Granby, Valerie Eastwood says her dog named Murphy was attacked by a bear in her fenced-in backyard in April. “It was very traumatic,” said Eastwood. “He didn’t have...

  • granby May 28, 2021

    Concerns About Bear Encounters Prompt Push for Feeding Ban in Granby

    Some people in Granby are hoping to follow the lead of five other communities in the state to stop people from feeding bears. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection discourages the practice but there is no statewide ban. When the Bunz family moved into what they thought was their dream home in Granby this winter, they expected some wildlife…

  • traffic alert Nov 8, 2020

    Route 20 in Granby Closed Following Serious Crash

    Part of Route 20 in Granby is closed following a serious crash, police said. The road is closed in the area of Day Street and is expected to take hours to reopen. Lifestar and the reconstruction team are on scene. There are detours on Simsbury Road and Barndoor Hills Road, officials said. It is unknown if there are any injuries…

  • coronavirus pandemic Jul 16, 2020

    Schools Scramble to Fill Full-Time Teaching Jobs as Demand for Subs Grows

    The pandemic is putting a spotlight on the teacher shortage in Connecticut. School districts are preparing for as much as 10 percent of their staff not to return in the fall. Now there’s concern that there may not be enough substitute teachers, which were already in high demand before the pandemic, to bridge the gap. “Every district that I know…

  • granby Jun 20, 2020

    Brush Fires Under Control, Road Reopened in Granby

    Crews responded to brush fires that were caused by downed power lines in Granby on Friday, according to police. Granville Road, or Route 189, was closed from East Street to the Mass. border but has since reopened, police said. Police said the brush fires “have been dealt with” by the fire department and Eversource. No injuries have been reported at…

  • class of 2020 Jun 18, 2020

    Granby Holds Special Graduation For High School Seniors

    It may not have been a traditional graduation, but Granby High School held quite a celebration for the Class of 2020 on Tuesday.

  • USPS Jun 2, 2020

    Former Postal Worker Admits to Stealing Nearly $40K in Money Orders: U.S. Attorney

    A former employee of the U.S. Postal Service pleaded guilty on Tuesday to embezzling nearly $40,000 in postal money orders. Keith Sanford, 33, of Litchfield, admitted to a federal judge that he issued 139 postal money orders totaling $39,937.02 to himself and others between April and December 2018, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Connecticut. Sanford received all of…

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