Monthly Archive for November, 2009

: November, 2009

An Architectural Honor

Note to builders: a small office building does not have to be ugly. Because it fits in with the town’s semi rural character, Monroe’s Architectural Review Board has decided to honor Nancy and Steven

Missing Milford boy found

Milford -James Ranieri, the 14 year-old Milford boy missing since Friday has been located, police said. No further details were immediately available. Ranieri had been missing from his home since

The Gift of Safety

That’s what the Red Cross Club at St. Joseph High School in Trumbull hopes to provide by collecting old and unwanted cell phones that can be converted for free 911 emergency-use and distributed

Sprinklers advocated for public housing units

 BRIDGEPORT  – Mayor Bill Finch said today that the city will ask the U.S. Department  of Housing and Urban Development for money to pay for installing fire sprinklers throughout the P.T. Barnum

Jewelry swiped in Fairfield store break-in

FAIRFIELD – Police are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars worth of rings, bracelets and necklaces in an early-morning break-in over the weekend at Lenox Jewelers, 2379 Black Rock

AG suing CVS for selling outdated medicines, food items

By Ken Dixon STAFF WRITER HARTFORD – Twenty CVS stores throughout the state, including two in Bridgeport, one in Fairfield, one in Danbury and another in Ridgefield sold expired food products and

Fire prompts evacuation of Trumbull mall

The Westfield Trumbull mall has been evacuated. Sources say the evacuation was prompted by a fire inside the mall. It’s not know how bad the fire is, or if there have been any injuries. We have a

Holiday Spectacular planned in Oxford

OXFORD — Oxford High School will present a “Holiday Spectacular” featuring the “Harmony on the Sound Chorus” with the Oxford High School Jazz bands and choir on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at the school.

Miron Not Cooperating with Mayor-elect Harkins

Stratford’s Republican Mayor-elect John Harkins isn’t finding it any easier to get information from or set up interviews with members of the outgoing Mayor James R. Miron administration than members

‘Reality’ TV … more unreal than ever

So the “reality” of so-called reality television shows is once again exposed as unreal. Dangerously so. Hard on the heels of last month’s “Balloon Boy” hoax, comes news that an uninvited couple from