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Fairfield bank on Post Road robbed

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The Bank of America branch office at the Post Road traffic circle in Fairfield has been held up this morning shortly after 9 a.m. Police are searching for two suspects who fled the scene in a black Audi. The men allegedly told bank employees they had a gun, but none was shown. [Read More]
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Chickens tabled

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The fate of the hens in Brennan and Johanna Fraczek’s Trumbull backyard was served up on Wednesday’s Planning and Zoning Commission agenda but wound up on the shelf, as the panel dealt with what it viewed as more urgent economic development items. The Fraczeks are trying to win permission to keep their cooped up feathered friends, which […] [Read More]
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Watch out

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Anyone offer to pick up your leaves lately? Neighbors in Trumbull think that’s the m.o. used by some would-be thieves, who use that as an excuse when confronted by someone who just happens to be at home. One woman, who saw a green Subaru wagon back up in her driveway and admitted she unwisely cracked […] [Read More]
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Stratford’s WWII vets honored

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Several hundred World War II veterans from Stratford were presented with the Connecticut Veterans Wartime Service Medal during ceremonies Saturday at Bunnell High School. Stratford is one of 118 municipalities to host these ceremonies organized by the Secretary of the State’s Office in honor of Connecticut’s World War II veterans. More than 500 veterans, their […] [Read More]
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Come prepared…

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Organizers of a small pro-health care reform candlelight vigil held outside Bridgeport City Hall Tuesday evening were lucky Nancy Hansen of Easton is on their side. Not only did she rush from her job in Wallingford to make the 5 p.m. event, she came equipt with candles. It seems members of the Organizing for Connecticut […] [Read More]
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Say it isn’t so Joe

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Does Vice President Joe Biden have a side job selling real estate? Hmmm … maybe we’ve got an exclusive from this sign seen on the Oxford.\Seymour border. [Read More]
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Radon found in city schools

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Here’s the latest… While school officials confirmed yesterday that testing last spring of city schools found at least a dozen have levels of radon that need remediation they still won’t say which ones and won’t until Jorge Garcia returns from a meeting in Hartford sometime this afternoon. Robert Henry, chief of staff for the school […] [Read More]
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Dulin Found Guilty

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A Milford Superior Court judge has found that Robert Dulin violated the conditions of his probation on sex assault charges. Judge Eddie Rodriguez Jr. ruled that Dulin had committed a breach of peace during an incident at the 7 Seas Restaurant last month, and also that he refused to comply with required evaluation and treatment. […] [Read More]
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