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Bridgeport News: Pedestrian Hit, Driver Flees
7:28pm–#Bridgeport CT– A pedestrian was hit and the driver fled the scene at Washington and James Street.
Winter Weather Advisory Just Issued For Connecticut
Once again a nuisance winter storm is expected to cause some troubles on Connecticut's roads Wednesday afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of Connecticut as snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain will start falling tomorrow afternoon and thr
On February 28, 430 Fairfield County Nonprofits Will Appeal to Your Kindness
Fairfield County’s Giving Day is Just A Few Days Away. Uniting the community to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors is the goal of Fairfield County’s Giving Day 2019. In just a few days, the region’s largest and most exciting and impactful philanthropic event will take place. At the stro
U.S. judge rules that Connecticut, Mashantuckets may resume 2017 lawsuit against former Interior secretary
A federal judge has ruled that Connecticut and the Mashantucket Pequot tribe may resume their 2017 lawsuit against former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke over accusations he intervened politically to block a proposed East Windsor casino.
Boys basketball: Trumbull defeats Bridgeport Central
Trumbull defeated Bridgeport Central, 65-61, on Monday. Coach Buddy Bray’s Eagles are now 16-3 on the season. Chris Brown (19 points), Timmond Williams (17 points) and Mileeq Green (11 points) scored in double figures.
Mike Rosen: On Fairfield County’s Giving Day, businesses help our community thrive
Consider these words from American poet, educator and civil rights activist, Dr. Maya Angelou: “I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back.”
Haunted Restaurant in Connecticut Invites Ghost Hunters to Spend the Night
Over the last several years there's been some unexplained paranormal activity inside the legendary Twisted Vine Restaurant at 285 Main St. in Derby. According to an article in the NewsTimes, the restaurant is reportedly haunted according to individuals who claim to have seen flickering lights, smoke
Support Local: Relay For Life Events In Fairfield County
American Cancer Society Announces 2019 Relay For Life Events In Fairfield County, Connecticut. Fairfield, Greater Danbury, Naugatuck Valley, New Fairfield,. plus a College Style event at Fairfield University.
3 dead in NJ multi-vehicle crash after driver loses control: police
WAYNE, N.J. — Three people are dead after a large crash involving multiple vehicles in New Jersey, the Passaic County Prosecutor’s office confirmed Tuesday. At approximately 8:46 a.m. on Tuesday, police responded to a serious crash involving multiple vehicles on the northbound side of Route 23, near
Connecticut Governor looking to create toll system for highways
HARTFORD (WWLP) - Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont wants to create a toll system for Connecticut highways. If Governor Lamont's legislation passes, drivers will have to pay to drive on Connecticut's highways.
Dad sues, says college didn’t keep his daughter safe
BRIDGEPORT — A Connecticut father has sued his daughter’s former college, saying the school failed to keep her safe. The Connecticut Post reports that Paul Lisi, of Monroe, says in the suit that his daughter was assaulted twice while attending Albertus Magnus College in New Haven.
Welcoming Connecticut stops for traveling Blacks found in historic Green-Book
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - The film "Green-Book" is up for 5 Oscars this Sunday. The movie's title is in reference to a travel guide used by African Americans during segregation to safely navigate the country. The "Green-Book" included a number of locations right here in Connecticut.
Man Crashes Into Police Car, Flees, And Crashes Again: Milford PD
MILFORD, CT — A man has been charged after crashing into a police cruiser and engaging police in pursuit, police said. On Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. Milford Police was dispatched to Town Fair Tire, 1326 Boston Post Road, on the report of a male attempting to use gift cards which were previously purchased usi
Another messy commute in store this week as snow moves into Connecticut Wednesday, Thursday
Following a mild storm that started off Presidents Day week, Connecticut residents should brace for more intense weather Wednesday afternoon into Thursday. Snow made for slippery Monday morning commute, more showers expected through the afternoon »
Ferrari capital of Northeast braces for statewide motor vehicle tax
Florida and Vermont license plates could become more prevalent in the Ferrari capital of the Northeast. Greenwich charges the lowest motor vehicle tax rate in the state of Connecticut, but residents and businesses could see their bill go up by 32 to 68 percent if local taxes are replaced by a propos
Somers To Explore Law Banning Marijuana Sales In Town
SOMERS, NY — With the governor seeking to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, the Town of Somers is exploring banning the sale of the drug. There will be a public hearing March 7 for legislation doing just that.
$63 Check Stolen From Post Office Mailbox, Altered Cashed For $1.7K, Darien Police Say
A Darien man had a check stolen from the post office mailbox, altered and deposited by an unknown party, police say. The complainant stated that he dropped off an outgoing check to the U.S. Post Office at 30 Corbin Drive on Saturday, Jan. 13. The check was written for $63.69.
Danbury Police Look to Find Local Man, Silver Alert Issued
Local law enforcement is looking to the public for help in finding a local man who has been reported missing. According to a social media post from the Danbury Police Department, the missing man, 32-year-old Sopheap In, was last seen in the area of Kohanza St.
Three arrested in connection with Danbury home invasion
DANBURY — Three individuals, including one city man, have been arrested in connection with a home invasion that took place back in October. Police responded to a call about a home invasion at a Danbury apartment he morning of Oct. 22. The address of the apartment was not disclosed.
Stamford man charged with assaulting girlfriend
STAMFORD — A city man was charged Monday with the assault of his girlfriend in front of their young son earlier this year. Richard Ramos, 26, of Summer Street, was charged with violating a judge’s protective order, two counts of third-degree assault, risk of injury to a child, threatening, interferi