Monthly Archive for May, 2011

: May, 2011

Guided tours of David Humphreys House offered

ANSONIA — The David Humphreys House, located at 37 Elm St., will be open for guided tours on June 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Led by docents, the tour covers the keeping room, Sarah Riggs Humphreys’
Categories: General

Flashback will kick off summer concert series in Seymour

SEYMOUR — The Seymour Culture and Arts Commission will kick off its summer concert series with a block dance this Saturday night. The concert, which will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., will feature the
Categories: General

Arson ruled cause of Stratford fire

A large fire that burned out the entire first floor of a two-story home on Light Street in Stratford Saturday afternoon has been ruled an arson. Initially, authorities believed the fire was caused by
Categories: Fire, Stratford

Author Terrie Mingolello Book Signing at the Stratford Main Street Festival

Press release: WHEN: 6-4-11   TIME: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. WHERE: Stratford Main Street Festival, Main Street, Stratford, CT 06614 WHAT: Mingolello, a resident of Stratford, CT, will be available to sign
Categories: General

Trumbull Council reps to hold community meeting to discuss sewer project and charter revisions

TRUMBULL – District 2 Town Council Representatives Robert Pescatore, Jr. and Mary Beth Thornton will host a community meeting on Saturday, June 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 in the Trumbull Library
Categories: General

Quinnipiac students honor Wounded Warriors

Every May, our country comes together to honor the men and women who have given their all, so that we can enjoy the right that many of us take for granted at times–freedom. On this day of
Categories: Features, News, Politics

Keep it cool

How did you keep cool on this sweltering Memorial Day? A dip in the pool? A swim in the Sound? A cozy seat next to the air conditioning vent? Those options weren’t available to 18 Brownies from Girl
Categories: Stratford

Woolly uniforms make for sticky Memorial Day parade

The Bunnell High School Marching Band played John Philip Sousa’s “The Stars and Stripes Forever” in Stratford’s Memorial Day parade Monday under a warm sun and woolly uniforms. The 110-member band’s
Categories: Education, Stratford

Stratford veteran proud of town

Stan Kost, an 86-year-old Stratford resident and veteran, said he is proud to reside in a community so grateful of its veterans. Kost, who served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War,
Categories: Stratford

Man on scooter suffers severe head injury in Milford

An adult male on a scooter suffered a severe head injury when he collided with an automobile on New Haven Ave. in Milford. Police said the head-on collision occurred at 12:24 Monday near Merwin
Categories: Cops, Milford, Traffic