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Monthly Archive for June, 2011
Ansonia native Drew Baklik, a popular drink slinger down at the Milford Buffalo Wild Wings, and his 5 pound Morkie (Maltese Yorkie mix) Pebbles have made it to the final round in Purina Mighty Dog, Big Guy Small Dog contest. The purpose of the contest is to return the machismo factor to the little dog. “Too often, Read More
The black bear spotted in Trumbull yesterday wandered back into the woods sometime last night, Trumbull police said. The bear was first seen near the Trumbull/Easton border, so police are assuming he returned to a wooded portion of Easton.
Javier Colon won NBC’s ‘The Voice’ Wednesday night. The Stratford native beat Dia Frampton by the slimmest of margins-2%. Following Tuesday night’s finale, Colon reached #2 on iTunes. He was cheered on by his Connecticut supporters. CT Post will have continuing coverage, including photos and video from tonight’s show later this evening.
The National Resources Defense Council publishes a state-by-state report on beach cleanliness, which also explains how each state monitors the cleanliness of water at those beaches. In Connecticut’s case, there are 66 beaches that get monitored. In 2010, according to the NRDC, the beaches with the highest percent exceedance rates (frequency with which bacterial limits were Read More
A task force of local and state police raided more than a half dozen locations on Bridgeport’s East Side and East End Wednesday morning rounding up suspected gang members. Police said they also seized drugs and guns. At least one person was being held in lieu of $1 million bond. A large number of relatives Read More
Developers announced plans for a food market in the Arcade Mall building and a brew-pub in the City Trust property Tuesday, the latest evidence of what some say is a revival of downtown. Below is the news release sent out by the principals: Bridgeport, CT (June 27, 2011) – On behalf of Ginsburg Development Companies, Read More
Everyone in Trumbull is talking about the proposed changes to the town’s charter, that include extending the first selectman’s term from two to four years. A Trumbull Town Council subcommittee combed through the proposed changes over a series of three meetings, and made a few tweaks. The committee will meet with the Charter Revision Commission Read More
Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst will be at the American Red Cross blood drive at the Trumbull Marriott tomorrow. Whether he’s actually going to roll up his sleeve and donate a pint himself, we don’t know. But he will be recieving a proclamation signed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy praising Trumbull citizens for their help Read More
Hartford – The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced it was chosen to participate in the Partnership to Eliminate Disparities in Infant Mortality (PEDIM) Action Learning Collaborative, a national initiative to address disparities in infant mortality in urban areas of the country. DPH, along with the New Haven Health Department and New Haven Read More
Will Collins, a spokesman for the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, just sent over the following press release, announcing that Bridgeport police officer William Bailey is suing the Bridgeport Police Department, claiming that the department illegally took union dues from his check despite him not being a member of the union: Bridgeport, CT Read More