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Police investigate groping incident of Fairfield U. student
FAIRFIELD - A Fairfield University student said he was groped by a man who offered him a ride back to campus Saturday night. The 19-year-old man, who lives in Bronx, N.Y., told campus security he was walking up the Post Road around 11 p.m., when an older white man in his mid-50's with gray hair offe
Fairfield drowning investigation continues, name not yet released
FAIRFIELD - Police expect to release the name of the 17-year-old who drowned in Perry's Mill Pond Saturday evening, as the investigation into the town's third drowning death continues. The teen, a town resident, was with two friends at the open space swimming, according to police, when the friends n
In Pictures: MADD Walk held in Fairfield
FAIRFIELD - Keeping memories of loved ones alive, and hoping to raise awareness, the second annual Walk Like MADD event was held Saturday morning in Fairfield. The three-mile walk, which included more than 200 people representing loved ones who were lost to drunk driving, was held at the Fairfield T
Tropical Storm Watches for Southern Westchester & Coastal Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex & New London Counties
According to the latest news from NOAA Tropical Storm Watches continue for Long Island, Southern Westchester County, Coastal Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex and New London Counties in Connecticut on Tuesday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 20 for wind speeds from 39 to 73 mph. NOAA also report
Five Fairfield County health centers receive $871K from feds
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded $2.6 million to 16 health centers in Connecticut to fund treatment for mental health and opioid abuse, with five centers in Fairfield County receiving a total of $871,415. Four Fairfield County health centers each received $175,700 i
Police: Teen Pulled From Fairfield Pond Has Died
A teen pulled from Perry's Mill Pond Saturday evening has died, police said. Divers found the unresponsive teen, a male from Fairfield, around 7 p.m. Saturday in the pond on Sturges Road. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital and later pronounced dead, authorities said. A teen pulled from Perry'
Fairfield Police investigate drowning at Perry Mill's Pond
Fairfield police headquarters (file). FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) -The Fairfield Police Department is investigating after a teenage male was drowning at Perry Mill's Pond on Saturday night. The Fairfield Police Dive Team responded to a report of a possible drowning at Perry Mill's Pond around 6 p.m. W
Unresponsive Teen Rushed To Hospital After Drowning: Fairfield Police
FAIRFIELD, CT - An unresponsive male teenager was rushed to the hospital after drowning in a pond in Fairfield, police said. Divers were able to pull the teen from the water and life-saving efforts were immediately started, and the teen was rushed to the hospital, police said. At 6:05 p.m. Saturday
Tropical storm watch for parts of Fairfield County
A tropical storm watch is in effect for parts of Fairfield County - most notably Norwalk, Stamford and Bridgeport. The National Weather Service reports that storm wind conditions are possible somewhere within this area and within the next 48 hours. The weather advisory is related to Hurricane Jose,
Bridgeport man seriously in I-95 rollover
- FILE - Connecticut State Police Cruiser (WTNH) BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH)- A Bridgeport man was seriously injured in a tractor trailer crash on I-95 Monday night. State Police say at around 10:30 p.m., 54-year-old Jose Cupertino Lopez-siquiej was driving a Toyota Tacoma in the center lane of I-95
Shelton man killed from motorcycle crash injuries
A Shelton man operating a motorcycle was killed by injuries he suffered in a crash that took place on Thursday, Sept. 14. Shelton Police responded to a report of the crash involving a motorcycle and motor vehicle at the Howe Avenue and Grove Street just after 7 p.m. EMS, Shelton Fire Department, and
Tractor-trailer accident jams traffic on I-95
A tractor-trailer accident involving multiple vehicles is causing big northbound delays on I-95. The accident has closed the left lane between Exits 22 and 23 in Fairfield. At 12:48 p.m. northbound traffic is congested nearly six miles.
Boys & Girls Club Day at Whole Foods!
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greenwich, Milford, Ridgefield, Stamford, and the Wakeman Boys & Girls Club are excited to be partnering with Whole Foods Market as the recipient of a Whole Foods Market "5% Day" in Southwestern Connecticut. The community giving day is this Thursday, September 21st, and 5%
Jose moves east; all tropical storm watches canceled for Conn.
Jose moves east; all tropical storm watches canceled for Conn. 1 / 58 Back to Gallery A weakened and farther east Tropical Storm Jose has led to the cancellation of all tropical storm watches in Connecticut. The National Weather Service canceled all the watches at 11 a.m,. Tuesday and lowered the es
YWCA Announces Spirit of Greenwich Honorees
YWCA 2017 "Spirit of Greenwich Awards" will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Greenwich Country Club from 5 to 7 p.m. Established in 1993, the award recognizes outstanding women in our community who, through their significant volunteer work, vision, devotion, and accomplishments have enriched th
Police seek driver who approached children in their yard
Trumbull police are attempting to locate a suspicious male who approached two children in an elementary school neighborhood, and who may be wanted for a separate unrelated incident in Fairfield Trumbull police were notified at about 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 17 that a vehicle was driving suspic
Hurricane Jose Heading East, Tropical Storm Watch Remains For Shoreline
Recent predictions show Hurricane Jose, still lumbering out in the Atlantic Ocean, is heading east, away from much of coastal Connecticut. However, tropical storm watches remain for the shoreline portions of Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. In a hurricane statement, the Natio
City's first brewery joins with first distillery in night of cocktails
BRIDGEPORT - The city's first brewery in 70 years is joining with the city's first distillery for a night of specialty beer cocktails Wednesday night. It will be an open bar at Aspetuck Brew Lab on Fairfield Avenue as expert mixologist, Greg "Bootleg Greg" Genias, creates three custom specialty beer
Bridgeport Police: Have you seen this robbery suspect?
BRIDGEPORT-Police are asking the public's help to identify a man they believe robbed a convenience store in June. Officials released a photo of the suspect in a statement Tuesday: a light-skinned man wearing a beard and sporting sunglasses and a gray baseball cap. The robbery took place at the Check
Bridgeport City Council approves theater redevelopment deal
BRIDGEPORT - Mayor Joe Ganim got his redevelopment deal for the downtown theaters Monday, while critics said the developer dodged having to hire unionized construction workers. "This is the way things are in America today, which sucks," said Councilman John Olson, who complained that unions built th