Local News for Torrington, Connecticut


Torrington starts road projects March 30

TORRINGTON – Public works crews are scheduled to begin road reconstruction projects March 30, with work continuing through mid-July. Officials said the improvements will include new asphalt paving, asphalt curbing, driveway aprons, catch basins and tops and associated work. The public is to expect daily traffic delays due to one-way alternating traffic and daily road READ MORE.

Torrington municipal offices open by appointment only

TORRINGTON – Starting March 25, public access to all municipal buildings is by appointment only, according to a statement from Mayor Elinor Carbone. “We are doing everything that we can to limit the impact of COVID-19 in Torrington” Carbone said in the statement. “With much attention given to social distancing, small crowd controls, and the READ MORE.

Glenholme staff member honored; recreation programs offered

WASHINGTON – The Glenholme Transition program is a program to help young adults students 18-21 who have social, emotional and learning challenges transition to independent living. The program provides assistance in vocational, educational and independent living skills. Staff member Karly Black was honored this week by the parent organization, Devereux. This is what was said READ MORE.