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Trumbull Stop And Shop Donates To CT Food Bank Amid Strike

TRUMBULL, CT —Stop & Shop is working with the CT Food Bank and local food pantries to donate as much food as possible amid a strike by union workers. The Bridgeport Rescue Mission visited the Trumbull Stop & Shop and picked up excess food including meat, dairy and produce.

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Kilogram of Marijuana Seized In Trumbull: PD

TRUMBULL, CT — Officers arrested a Trumbull man who was in possession of around a kilogram of marijuana, according to police. Police pulled over Johnny Calo, 25, April 17 due to an expired registration. An officer smelled marijuana and found that Calo had 19 grams on his person, said Lt. Brian Weir,

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Adjacent business hurt by Stop & Shop strike

WESTPORT — A business adjacent to the Westport Stop & Shop says the eight-day workers strike has harmed their store. “We’ve definitely seen an impact on our sales and the amount of people walking in the door in general,” said Lori Brower, general manager of Kindred Spirits & Wine, which sits in the

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Trumbull Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

TRUMBULL, CT — Here's your local weather forecast for the coming weekend, as reported by Darksky. Overcast throughout the day. Light rain and windy starting in the evening. Windy in the morning and rain until afternoon.

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Police shooting of unarmed woman in Connecticut prompts angry protests

The shooting of an unarmed woman by two Connecticut police officers who opened fire on a car that she was riding in has prompted angry protests over the incident, which the mayor of New Haven called "police activity gone horribly wrong."

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Voyeurism incident gets Bridgeport man more prison time

BRIDGEPORT — A city resident will serve additional prison time for violating the terms of his release for a previous arrest after getting caught on a voyeurism charge in Milford last year.

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Trumbull News: Infant Falls From Shopping Cart

2019-04-17 @ 9:28pm–#Trumbull CT– First responders on the way to Target at the Westfield Trumbull for a two-month-old girl who fell from the shopping cart and is not conscious but is breathing according to radio reports.

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Yale And Hamden Officers Placed On Leave After Shooting Into Car of Unarmed Couple

Officers that were involved in the shooting of an unarmed woman and man have been placed on leave. This past Tuesday, two police officers opened fire on a 21-year-old Paul Witherspoon III and his 22-year-old girlfriend, Stephanie Washington, in New Haven, Connecticut. The incident did not involve Ne

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Like many things in life; it's all about the money

(WTNH) - Governor Ned Lamont is shooting down the plan to send most of the new tax revenue from the legalization of marijuana to cities. The money part of the legalization effort is considered crucial to getting final passage of legal marijuana.

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Shelton Home Health Aide Stole $22k From Patient: PD

SHELTON, CT — A Shelton home aid was arrested after she stole more than $22,000 from an elderly patient, according to police. A man told police that he discovered a large sum of money missing from his 83-year-old mother's bank account, said Detective Richard Bango, police spokesman. She suffers from

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Mueller Report: Read full, redacted report here

WASHINGTON — After years of investigating, the Department of Justice released a 400-page redacted copy of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday. The report covers subjects ranging from questions about Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election to whether President Donald Tr

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10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Stratford

STRATFORD, CT — New and exciting events are coming to the Stratford area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events comi

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CT man gets 18 years in enticing a minor for sex

A Connecticut man was sentenced to 18 years behind bars for enticing a minor to engage in in sex. Andrew Cunningham, 39, formerly of Windsor, was sentenced Thursday by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven. After serving jail time, Cunningham has 10 years of supervised release.

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Man Threatens To Burn Down Home Of Victim: Milford Police

MILFORD, CT — A Milford resident is accused of threatening after he allegedly said he would burn down the home of a person he had previously lived with, police said. On April 16, Christopher Rainieri, 49, of Wood Avenue was arrested on a warrant, police said.

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Protests to continue following officer-involved shooting in New Haven

HAMDEN, CT (WFSB) - Yale police have named the officer who was involved in an officer-involved shooting in New Haven earlier this week. Yale officer Terrance Pollock and Hamden officer Devin Eaton opened fire on a car Tuesday that they believed was involved in an armed robbery in Hamden.

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Saco suspect arrested in Connecticut for paving scam

STAMFORD, Conn. — A Saco man has been accused of operating an unlawful paving business in Connecticut. Henry Cooper, 40, of Saco allegedly did some driveway repair work for an older Stamford, Connecticut resident, and on April 14, charged the man $3,600, according to Stamford Police Sgt. Steven Perr

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Sex harassment complaints filed against Bridgeport official whose department is under FBI probe

BRIDGEPORT — Public Facilities Director John Ricci, whose department is embroiled in an FBI criminal probe, is now facing a pair of sexual harassment complaints from one current employee and an ex-staffer.

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Danbury crash causes heavy traffic

DANBURY — A busy city roadway became a traffic nightmare Thursday because of a crash. The crash happened on Newtown Road, just before its intersection with Industrial Plaza Road around 5 p.m. The collision appeared to involved two sport utility vehicles.

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Crews Respond to Reports of Bobcat Attacking Person on Golf Course in Conn.

A bobcat injured a person on a golf course in Baltic Thursday morning, according to officials from Quinebaug Valley Emergency Communications, and the person was transported. Officials from Quinebaug Valley Emergency Communications said they were called to hole 7 at the golf course at 7 Dows Lane and

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Family of missing Bridgeport teen fear for her safety

The family members of a missing Bridgeport teenager say they fear for her safety. Police say Stephanie Casiano walked out of Harding High School around 8:30 a.m. Friday with a teenage boy.

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