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Attacking Dog Shot And Killed By New Canaan Police Officer: PD
NEW CANAAN, CT — A New Canaan police officer shot and killed a dog that was attacking another dog on June 16 in the backyard of a home of an unnamed New Canaan resident, according to Police Chief Leon Krolikowski.
Stamford police seized 300 folds of heroin in motel bust
Steven Hutchinson, 29, of Bridgeport, was charged with being in possession of 300 folds of heroin in Stamford on Thursday.
North Stamford woman charged with selling cocaine
Capt. Richard Conklin said the Narcotics and Organized Crime squad heard Deborah Hall, of Red Fox Road, was going to make a cocaine delivery Tuesday afternoon.
Norwalk Public Schools Hiring For Several Jobs
NORWALK, CT — The school year is pretty much over but there are still several available jobs the local school district is looking to fill. It's important to note, that these positions are either vacant and or mandated by the state or federal government.
Former Stamford man faces new trial for kidnapping charge
Kevin Epps, 41, was sentenced to 35 years for kidnapping and setting his fiancee on fire in Rosa Hartman Park in 2004. His kidnapping conviction was overturned and he may face a new trial for the charge.
Norwalk Man Accused Of Threatening To Shoot Marshal: Report
NORWALK, CT — Police said an East Norwalk man was arrested on a warrant Mondayafter allegedly threatening to shoot a marshalattempting to deliver legal paperwork, the Norwalk Hour reported.
Darien, New Canaan, Jayme Stevenson, Waveny, beaches
The New Canaan bike rider’s view of part of Pear Tree Point Beach and Long Island Sound upon arrival Saturday, June 16, 4 p.m. — Greg Reilly photo
Man charged with assault, robbery outside South Norwalk liquor store
Edgar Sanchez, 25, of South Main Street, was charged with third-degree assault and third-degree robbery.
New Canaan: Mounted Troop’s Super Troopers
An excellent example is here in town: The New Canaan Mounted Troop’s Super Troopers Therapeutic Equine Care and Adaptive Riding program. Nearing its 80thanniversary, the Mounted Troop was founded in l939 by legendary horsewoman Margaret Cabell Self on her estate at 22 Carter Street, as a division of
Drug spoon sculpture placed outside drugmaker headquarters
An 800-pound sculpture, titled "Purdue," created by artist Domenic Esposito is displayed outside the Connecticut headquarters of drugmaker Purdue Pharma, Friday, June 22, 2018, in Stamford, Conn. The sculpture was inspired to create by Esposito's brother's battle with addiction. Several state and lo
Opioid Protest Leads To Giant Spoon Left At Stamford Drug Maker
STAMFORD, CT — To protest the opioid epidemic, an 800-pounddrug spoon was dropped off at the front doorof Stamford-based drug maker Purdue Pharma Friday, leading to the arrest of localgallery owner Fernando Luis Alvarezin connection with the stunt, reports the Hartford Courant.
No More Pop Up Park? New Canaan Chamber Of Commerce Pulls Support
NEW CANAAN, CT — Whether there will be a Pop Up Park in downtown New Canaan this summer is an open question after the Chamber of Commercepulled its support this week of the annual initiative, writes the New Canaan Advertiser.
New Canaan: Luizzi recognized for focus on ‘School Climate’
Each participant is required to complete a Capstone Project that addresses a current leadership issue, challenge, or opportunity in their district. Dr. Luizzi concentrated on School Climate and based his project on the work the district has been doing with positive psychology and emotional intellige
Metro-North train canceled by police activity in New Canaan
NEW CANAAN — Police activity in New Canaan caused the 5:15 p.m. train out of Grand Central Terminal to be canceled, Metro-North Railroad said on Twitter around 6 p.m.Customers were accommodated with train service to Stamford, where they were able to transfer to the New Haven Line for service to Gran
NICE Festival returns to Norwalk, celebrates world’s diversity, culture
Rock out to reggae, celebrate your salsa moves, or watch as performers present lively dances from India. If you’re hungry, choose from an international assortment of foods. It’s all part of the NICE Festival, returning to Norwalk’s Oyster Shell Park on Saturday, July 7.
Stamford holds first all-day music festival
Musician Nelson AKA Julia Maimon performs in front of Old Town Hall during the Make Music Day event in downtown Stamford on Thursday. Make Music Day was held in more than 800 cities in 120 countries worldwide... moreMake Music Day was held in more than 800 cities in 120 countries worldwide to mark t
Overnight car thefts land 2 teens in custody, 2 more at large
Wilton police were patrolling the area of River Road, a hotbed for stolen cars and car burglaries in recent months, around 3 a.m. Thursday morning when they witnessed four cars exiting a nearby assisted living housing complex.
Greenwich names local schools veteran as interim superintendent
The school board on Thursday voted unanimously to appoint Eastern Middle School Principal Ralph F. Mayo as interim superintendent of schools, replacing Jill Gildea, who announced last month she was leaving after a year in the position.
DUI Arrest Following 2-Vehicle New Canaan Crash: Cops
NEW CANAAN, CT — A 58-year-old Stamford man was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and following too close Monday night after his involvement in a two-vehicle crash near Jelliff Mill Road, according to New Canaan police. No injuries were reported in the 9:12 p.m. crash.
Darien Man Lies About Name During Motor Vehicle Stop: PD
DARIEN, CT — A 28-year-old Darien man, who a Darien police officer pulled over for lacking a front license plate, was arrested after giving the officer a false name before the officer discovered multiple warrants for the man for failure to appear, according to authorities.