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Danbury man dies after being hit by car
BROOKFIELD, CT (WFSB) -- A Danbury man has died after being hit by a car in Brookfield Friday morning. It happened a little before 9:30 a.m. on Whisconier Road, where a paving company was loading a piece of equipment off a trailer. One of the workers, identified as 58-year-old Harold Trafton, was in
Redding Public Open House on Sunday: 15 Tunxis Trail
Stately English stone Tudor approached via stone pillared entry on 2.65 park-like acres with stone walls, lush lawn, flowering gardens and irrigation. With this exquisite country estate you truly can have it all: Old World-influenced Tudor styling with elaborate stone, brickwork and half-timbering;
Teenagers sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for fellow Danbury teen’s death
Photo: Contributed Photo / Hearst Connecticut MediaGabe Bardo, who was murdered in Danbury on Aug. 5, 2017. This photo was taken a week before he died.
8 Things To Do This Weekend: Kristin Chenoweth, Chalk Art Festival & Elm City Pub Crawl
Looking for weekend activities? We have eight suggestions for you - including a Kristin Chenoweth concert, the Old Saybrook Scarecrow Festival and the Elm City Pub Crawl!
Danbury Man Struck and Killed by Car in Brookfield
Police said the victim, 58-year-old Harold Trafton, was unloading equipment from a trailer near 230 Whisconier Road when he was hit by a vehicle trying to move around the trailer. Trafton was taken to Danbury Hospital where he died.
Woman Charged with Breaking into Vehicle, Stealing Purse
On July 30, 2018, someone broke into a vehicle parked at 1333 East Putnam Ave in Riverside, which is the address associated with Walgreens, and stole a purse.
Tibetan Cultural Festival in Redding on Saturday
On Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 11am to 4pm, Do Ngak Kunphen Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace (DNKL), located at 30 Putnam Park Road in Redding, will host its first annual Tibetan Cultural Festival. DNKL sees this as an opportunity to promote peace and improve life around the worl
PD: Bridgeport man threatened restaurant owner at gunpoint
Shakir Sultan, 39, of Thorme Street in Bridgeport, Conn., was charged with carrying a pistol without a permit, failure to safely store a loaded firearm, illegal possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle, carrying a dangerous weapon, criminal possession of a firearm and ammunition and first-degree th
Police ID driver who hit Waterbury police cruisers
WATERBURY – The driver of the Kia Soul that crashed into three police cars after driving on a walking path in Fulton Park Wednesday morning has been identified as a 22-year-old with a lengthy criminal record. Jahun Najaee Danzy, who has addresses in Danbury and Cheshire, was taken out of the Kia he
Spaghetti supper and free concert | Trumbull Times
It’s a night of jazz on tap at the Saturday, Oct. 20 spaghetti supper and concert series at Long Hill United Methodist Church, 6358 Main St. (Route 111), Trumbull.
Woman Arrested After Disturbance At Norwalk Nail Salon: Report
NORWALK, CT – Police said a Norwalk woman was arrested on drug charges followingan alleged incident at a nail salonTuesday, the Norwalk Hour reported. Police said Sara Zeoli, 30, walked into Sexy Nails on West Avenue and became aggressive after asking to use a phone charger.
Man Attempts To Swallow Cocaine During Warrant Search With Two Arrests, Danbury Police Say
A suspected drug dealer attempted to swallow some of his product as police executed a search warrant at an apartment in Fairfield County.Complaints from area residents about potential drug sales in Danbury led to a lengthy police investigation of a Bank Street apartment, which was the home of Christ
Cross country: Trumbull girls place second at FCIACs | Trumbull Times
Trumbull High head coach Jim McCaffrey with his FCIAC runner-up squad of Carolyn Cardell, Emily Alexandru, Kali Holden, Maggie LoSchiavo, Alessandra Zaffina, Calyn Carbone, Sabrina Orazietti and Rebecca Margolnick.
Habitat: Redding log cabin serves as escape
REDDING — When Rick and Lisa Gallichio decided to move out of Stamford, they knew they wanted a reprieve from city life, but weren’t exactly sure what that would look like.
Developer With Big Plans Purchases The Matrix in Danbury for $17 Million
The Matrix has a new owner which means you may be able to move your family in!The Matrix Corporate Center,which originally was built to house the former Union Carbide headquarters in Danbury has been purchased by Summit Development in Southport for $17 million. The company will rename the Matrix "Th
Lawsuit alleges N.Y. man suffered irreversible brain damage at Brookfield Costco
The lawsuit said Peter Aurigemma, of David Drive in North Salem, N.Y., was shopping at the Costco at 200 Federal Road in Brookfield. Records indicate Aurigemma is 62.
Former Newtown educators said they did everything they could to help Adam Lanza
The report, written by two former Newtown school district administrators, seeks to correct the record that educators missed red flag signs about Adam Lanza, the isolated former Newtown High School student who committed the worst crime in Connecticut history.
Paving to start in Redding
A paving project in Redding will now begin at 7 a.m. Wednesday following delays. It is also now a daytime project.Motorists can expect lane closures on Route 58 in Redding between the Easton town line and South Lane. Workers and signs will be used to guide people through the work area.“Motorists sho
Silver Alert Issued For Missing Derby Man
DERBY, CT — A Silver Alert has been issued for missing Derby man Richard Matthews, 44.He is described by police as a white male with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5'8'' and weighs 250 pounds. He was last seen wearing jeans and a red fleece. He went missing Thursday.Anyone with information is aske
Convicted Stamford drug dealer faces new charges
Image1of2Convicted drug dealer Willi Bazelais, 24, was arrested again on Tuesday for drug dealing in Stamford on Oct. 16, 2018.