Monthly Archive for December, 2009

: December, 2009

Hope for a better New Year at First Night in Westport

There was everything from a Beatles Tribute group (they sounded somewhat like the Fab Four, but with little physical resemblance), to jazz great Chris Coogan, who mesmerized audiences at Christ and

State troopers keeping busy

State police have released their enforcement totals for the last two days, from midnight Wednesday to 4 p.m. Thursday (today). Total Accidents: 350 With injury: 41 DUI Arrests: 16 Speeding arrests:

Driving Update

Even though roads are clearer since snow began this morning, it’s no picnic out there. There are many unplowed areas, with slick areas underneath. Some sort of wet or even icy stuff is expected to

Snow ringing in New Year; fender-benders pile up

By STAFF REPORTS Snow has begun falling across southwestern Connecticut this morning, leaving a slick sheen on roads and causing treacherous  driving conditions. In addition to snow, according to the

Burning Truck is Near I-95 Exit 40

Traffic southbound near the mall is backed up because of a truck fire; only one lane is open.

Truck Fire Snarls Traffic

A truck on fire on Interstate 95 in Milford has forced the closing of all but one southbound lane near exit 35. Firefighters and state police are on the scene.

Lights Out in Milford

Power is out in Milford along New Haven Avenue from the corner of River Street downtown to Buckingham Avenue. Police are on the scene directing motorists through the three affected traffic signals.

Accident closes section of Route 110

A section of Route 110 in Shelton near East Village Road is closed due to a motor vehicle accident reported around 5:11 p.m. The road was, at one point, apparently closed in both directions. Motorists

Only on Wednesday

Note to Trumbull seniors or anyone else with an interest in expanding the applicable tax relief plan: The Legislative & Administration Committee WILL NOT take up the matter Tuesday night after

Note to Chase Bank: Puerto Rico is part of U.S.

A customer representative for Chase Bank Monday said the bank charges a 3 percent conversion fee for any purchases made in Puerto Rico with either a Chase credit card or debit card. She said the fee