Monthly Archive for February, 2011

: February, 2011

Center hosts session on completing high school diploma

On Monday, February 14th at 11am and at 2pm, Mercy Learning Center of Bridgeport, an adult literacy center, will present information sessions for women over the age of 18 who are interested in

Family Fight Leads to Arrests

MILFORD — A family night out Wednesday at Buffalo Wild Wings got a little too heated, police say. Carol Duncan, 37, of Main Street in West Haven got into a pushing and shoving match with a young

UConn Student Government Association votes for “Uconn-only” Spring Weekend

STORRS — The University of Connecticut Government Association voted is supporting a “UConn-only” spring weekend. Reacting to a task force recommendation last month to hold a moratorium on Spring

Milford Police Upheld by FOI Commission

The FOI Commission has ruled that Milford police turned over all of the dashcam video sought by the families of two teens killed in a crash with a cruiser in 2009. “There is no credible evidence”

In context, 7 percent increase in town budget is not so much, Monroe first selectman says

S0me people may look at Monroe’s proposal to spend 7 percent more than last year and think it’s a huge hike – especially compared to the meager .66 percent increase the Board of Education is

Oxford High School will remain closed another day

Oxford High School will remain closed Wednesday as structural engineers complete inspections that got under way last Friday and went on throughout the weekend. Safety concerns were raised after cracks

Snow or no, the testing will go on, on schedule.

BRIDGEPORT — Despite numerous snow days, school superintendents have received a letter from the state Department of Education telling them the window for taking the Connecticut Mastery Test, given to

UNH announces Baldacci as Commencement Speaker

WEST HAVEN — Is it that time already? I guess if you have a name speaker commencement already lined up, it is. The University of New Haven has announced that best-selling novelist David Baldacci will

Which public school should Stratford shut down this summer?

A 22-member long-range facilities planning committee is working with consultant group Milone & Macbroom to identify opportunities to shut down one or more public school buildings in Stratford by

State Troopers’ Super Bowl stats

The State Police sent out a release hyping Super Bowl weekend as one of the biggest and most entertaining of the year — and also one of the most dangerous for driving. After a weekend of tough work,