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Monthly Archive for August, 2010
State police report that an accident on Route 8 near exits 10 and 11 has the left lane closed. At least one party has been transported to a nearby hospital. More information to come.
From the Desk of Chief Richard Felner Office of Emergency Management As the East Coast enters the 2010 hurricane season, which runs from June through November, the Fairfield Fire Department Emergency Management Team are urging residents to be prepared for the possibility of a hurricane striking in this area by taking the following precautions. Know Read More
STRATFORD — Elevated bacteria levels have forced the closure of Short Beach at the playground. The site will be retested Sept. 1.
The tip jar at Jerry’s Shakespeare Pizza on Stratford Avenue in Stratford was swiped by an unindentified man around 8:09 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 27, according to police. Restaurant owner Robin Baggeas said the jar contained about $4, according to police. Police said a security camera at the restaurant caught the theft in action. Stratford police Read More
Most roads in the White Hills area that were closed due to a gas leak have been reopened, according to police. The only road still closed to traffic is Maple Avenue between Route 110 and East Village Road. The White Hills shopping center has also reopened, police said. The gas leak was in a six-inch Read More
That’s the distance between Bridgeport and Hurricane Earl, which you can track yourself.
Nick Nunno, 12, can’t drive a car, but about once a month he buckles into the pilot’s seat of a Grumman Tiger airplane and takes flight. Though he is too young to earn a pilot’s license or fly solo, the Milford resident takes flying lessons for enjoyment about once a month, on weekends or after Read More
BRIDGEPORT — The three suspects in the shooting death of a store clerk in July were in court today. Luis Torres, 25, Vanessa “Cutie” Ortiz, 21, and Marisol Malave, 31, all waived hearings on probable cause and pleaded not guilty to felony murder, first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery. They elected jury trials. Read More
In Stratford, an accident on I-95 on the Moses Wheeler Bridge had northbound traffic limited to the right-hand lane. As of 3:25 p.m., dispatchers report all lanes are reopening to traffic and that only minor injuries were sustained.
OXFORD – Trumbull School official Frank Savo has been named the new principal of Oxford High School, interim Schools Superintendent James Connelly announced Monday. Savo, who is currently “A House” principal at Trumbull High School, will take over in his new job on Sept. 13. He will earn $130,292 in his new job. School in Oxford Read More