Monthly Archive for September, 2010

: September, 2010

‘Nouveau-Retro’ show opens Friday at Southport Galleries

From the desk of arts writer Phyllis A.S. Boros An exhibit of works by James Rieck, often referred to as one of America’s “hottest emerging artists,” opens Friday (Oct. 1) at two Fairfield gathering

Car Slams Into CVS in Milford

A car driven by a 77 year-old woman has crashed into the CVS Pharmacy on Broad Street in Milford, shattering windows and knocking over a cash register. The driver suffered only minor injuries, police

It’s not human

Law enforcement sources say it’s unlikely the University of Bridgeport student, who gave birth to a stillborn fetus and then disposed of it in the garbage can in her dorm, will be charged with any

Rell orders partial activation of Emergency Operations Center

Governor M. Jodi Rell today ordered a partial activation of the state Emergency Operations Center and directed state emergency management and public safety agencies to coordinate with local and

“Is Gov. Rell crazy?”

That’s the question people are asking when on the same day she chastized two dozen state judges for not taking a voluntary furlough day she nominated four people, including a former Pakistani warlord

Foley, Malloy race now “too close to call,” poll says

Republican candidate for governor Tom Foley, once substantially behind in the governor’s race, now has 42 percent to Democrat Dan Malloy’s 45 percent, making the race too close to call, according to a

Both sides rest cases in Cheshire home invasion trial

NEW HAVEN (AP) — Prosecutors and defense attorneys have rested their cases in the trial of a man charged with murdering a mother and her two daughters during a 2007 home invasion in Connecticut.

Carter to retire from CSUS next year.

This just in… One of the state’s longest-serving higher education leaders, Connecticut State University System (CSUS) Chancellor David G. Carter, 67, announced today that he will be retiring no

Update on Peru search for Fairfield man

By Tim Loh Staff Writer FAIRFIELD — The family of a man who went missing in Peru last week is asking that country’s government to allow Americans to assist in the search. Jose Eduardo Tamayo, 79, and

Milford construction worker injured

A construction worker in Milford was injured this morning after the ditch he was working in collapses, officials said. The unidentified man was rushed to an area hospital. The extent of his injuries