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Trumbull Memorial Day 2019 Information

From The Town of Trumbull: Plans are under way for the annual Memorial Day Parade to be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 27, 2019. Trumbull's Memorial Day Committee members have been hard at work planning a parade to remember.


Trumbull News: Woman Left Children Alone In Car

#Trumbull CT– On Tuesday, April 16, Trumbull Police charged a Bridgeport woman for leaving her children unattended in a motor vehicle that was parked at the Hawley Lane Mall. A passerby observed two small children that were left unattended, which led to the arrest of Yonneisha Reed, 29 years old of


Milford's Jaret Petrie Presents Work at Learning Symposium

NEWTON, MA -- Jaret Petrie, a Criminal Justice student from Milford CT, presented work at the Lasell College Fall Connected Learning Symposium on December 4. Petrie presented along with their classmates a social justice project, "The Race Card Project (TRCP)." The national TRCP was started by Michel


New Milford Day returns to state Capitol with baby goats

Last Wednesday marked the second annual New Milford Day at the state Capitol, designed to showcase the businesses, nonprofit organizations and community leaders’ work and what they bring to the rest of the state.


Top Yale Cops Seek To Rebuild Trust

The Yale Police Department’s chief, assistant chief and two community officers showed up at Monday night’s East Rock Community Management Team meeting in the wake of a shooting last week in which one of their own pulled the trigger.


Black Church at Yale Known as a Space for Worship Since 1973

The place at Yale University where generations of black students and others have joined in prayer and praise has a feel of familiarity, even in the way people talk about it. It’s the Black Church at Yale, but everyone knows it as BCAY. It’s held Sundays during the school year at the Afro-American Cu


Police: 2 pounds of pot found in Trumbull man’s car

TRUMBULL — A town man is facing multiple charges, including drug possession with intent to sell, following a routine traffic stop last week. According to Lt. Brian Weir, Johnny Calo, 25, was stopped around 5:40 p.m. Wednesday when an officer noticed the registration on his 2010 Audi A6 was expired.


Milford Historical Society offers docent training

If you have a love of Milford history and want to learn more, there is an opportunity to become a docent and guide visitors through the colonial houses at the Milford Historical Society.


Protesters to target Yale for treatment of lab animals

NEW HAVEN — Animal rights activists will protest in front of the Yale Medical School’s research laboratories and Yale New Haven Hospital this week, which has been named World Week for Animals in Labs by the American Anti-Vivisection Society.


Report: Yale students face potential penalties after endowment protests

NEW HAVEN — Dozens of Yale students face potential discipline from the university after allegedly remaining in campus buildings after hours during two recent protests, according to the Yale Daily News.


Chef Emily Mingrone Opening Tavern on State, A Classic American Tavern, in New Haven

Chef Emily Mingrone (of Fleisher’s, Match & Jesup Hall) is turning a long time dream into reality with the upcoming opening of her own restaurant, Tavern On State. Tavern On State will be a classic American tavern with a modern twist, located in the East Rock, New Haven, neighborhood. Mingrone had b


5th Annual Milford Moves 5K Run/Walk June 16th

Lisman Landing in Milford, CT. 100% of proceeds raised from this event will be donated to Milford’s Veterans groups. We are also pleased to announce that Colony Grill of Milford will again be our event co-sponsor, hosting the post-race gathering and providing free pizza for all participants and a be


New hotel in Orange targeting late July opening

ORANGE — The Homewood Suites by Hilton hotel is targeting a late July opening, the company said. “I am excited to be bringing a Homewood Suites to the growing Orange-New Haven market,” said Tom Falco, general manager, in a release. “Our all suites hotel will provide comfort and convenience for folk


Today's Dish: Happy Birthday, Prince Louis!

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared three new photos of their son Prince Louis in honor of his first birthday. The Avengers assembled for their last red carpet for 'Avengers: Endgame' premiere on Monday night in Hollywood.


Soldier Story Starts A Fire

There’s a flourish from a fuzzed out organ, then a bouncing drum machine with a bass and guitar playing catch with the song’s garments. The vocal slithers in: “Girl while we’re still young, let’s make it a good time,” the singers sings. “Girl let’s have some fun, let’s live up the good life / I can’


CityCenter Danbury Celebrates 30 Years and Kentucky Derby

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of CityCenter Danbury, and they are celebrating the occasion with a fundraiser and Kentucky Derby viewing party on May 4. "Hats And Horses" will take place at Two Steps Downtown Grill on Ives Street on Saturday, May 4 from 4-8 PM. The CityCenter folks will be cel


Board member, wife make $1.5 million gift to Shubert Theatre

NEW HAVEN — This week’s 2019-20 season announcement at the Shubert Theatre contained one big non-programming surprise — the gift by one of its board members and his wife of $1.5 million to help support the historic theater.


Quinnipiac River ready for more fish — and recreation

For the first time in 150 years, American Shad and other fish can travel to the upper reaches of the Quinnipiac River, thanks to the removal of two old dams and a water line over the last three years.


Study recommends New Haven election changes

NEW HAVEN — Improve the skill set of longtime staff, eliminate pre-registration, extend the amount of training and boost the total number of workers. Those are just some of the recommendations of Daniel Penn Associates who studied voting patterns last Nov. 6 in several wards, as well as the Election


Bridgeport News: Store Robbed

2019-04-22 @ 6:30pm–#Bridgeport CT– Mombo #3 Grocery Store at 727 Noble Avenue was just robbed. The suspect fled on foot toward Ogden Street.