Roger Susanin, Western Mass News

Roger Susanin

Western Mass News

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Past articles by Roger:

Spring break, Easter travel create long lines at Bradley Airport

A combination of spring break and Easter travel led to long lines at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks on Friday morning. → Read More

Pratt & Whitney donates Chromebooks to East Hartford school

A Connecticut company is helping hundreds of students at one East Hartford school get ready for the fall semester. → Read More

Report claims 300+ CT bridges are structurally deficient

A new report claims that more than 300 bridges across the state are in desperate need of repair. → Read More

Grandmother attacked by rabid skunk outside her home

A grandmother is sharing her story with Eyewitness News after she was attacked right outside her home in Waterford. → Read More

Bear destroys car in Canton after getting stuck inside

A vandal destroyed a woman’s car in Canton. → Read More

Clean-up from gas tanker rollover could last through AM commute

Some homes in Enfield were evacuated after a gasoline tanker rolled over on the I-91 south off-ramp. → Read More

New Haven officers, city employees participate in afternoon stro

New Haven Police Officers and city employees are trying to make a difference in their community one step at a time. → Read More

Victim of Enfield hit-and-run hopes surveillance video can help

The victim of a recent hit-and-run in Enfield is still recovering from his injuries. → Read More

Video released of Hartford police detective's arrest in Plainvil

Eyewitness News obtained dash cam video of the arrest of a Hartford police detective. During the 30-minute, Robert Lanza, who is an 11-year-veteran, can be heard making racist threat. → Read More

2 hospitalized, 1 in critical condition after 2-alarm New Haven

Two people have been hospitalized following a second-alarm fire in New Haven on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Man rescued from burning building in New Haven

Two people have been hospitalized following a second-alarm fire in New Haven on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Tourists warned about traveling to Mexico

The U.S. State Department has issued a travel warning for parts of Mexico that include popular vacation spots. → Read More

Dogs dumped outside Target were in a shopping bag

Two tiny dogs are recovering after being abused in one of the most heartless ways imaginable; being abandoned in the bottom of a shopping bag. → Read More

Fire destroys property at Milford scrapyard

Crews in Milford spent several hours battling a fire at an auto recycling business on South Washington Street on Tuesday. → Read More

Husband and wife dead in Bridgeport murder-suicide

A husband and wife are dead in an apparent murder-suicide that happened in Bridgeport on Wednesday evening. → Read More

New Britain police investigating possible hate crime

The New Britain Police Department is investigating a possible hate crime. Islamic Center of Central Connecticut President Omer Abdelgader arrived home on Wednesday and found a T-shirt scrawled with... → Read More

Good samaritan returns lost $100 bill

A woman from West Hartford made a startling and potentially very valuable discovery, but she refused to benefit from someone else's misfortune. → Read More

Middletown man killed in motorcycle crash on I-84 in Southington

As many as nine cars, including a motorcycle, were involved in several multi-vehicle crashes that closed part of I-84 east in Cheshire near the Southington line on Tuesday. → Read More

Daughter accepts high school diploma from Air Force father

Graduations are emotional, but for senior of Sport and Medical Sciences Academy of Hartford, Alexis Smith is not crying because of her degree. → Read More

Middle school sports may be cut in Southington

Many Southington student athletes will have to find a new way to compete. The board of education decided to cut middle school sports to save money. → Read More