Monthly Archive for September, 2011

: September, 2011

Stratford library to open Sundays beginning Oct. 2

Press release:  The Stratford Library, 2203 Main Street in Stratford will be open on Sundays beginning October 2, 2011.  Hours on Sunday will be from 1-5 pm and will continue until Memorial Day.
Categories: Stratford

Parenting 101

Press release: It is a fact that our children will be offered alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, often many times, starting in middle school and continuing through high school.  What can you do about
Categories: Education

Goodwill sponsors career fair

Goodwill will hold a career fair on Wednesday,  at Goodwill Headquarters on 165 Ocean Terrace in Bridgeport. Hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Local employers who are currently hiring and planning to be
Categories: Bridgeport, General, News

Tony Horton raises almost $10,000 for Trumbull sports

Above: Event organizer Anne Fers, THS Athletic Director Mike Herbst, video producer Erin Fers and First Selectman Tim Herbst with a check from Tony Horton. TRUMBULL – Celebrity fitness expert and
Categories: General

Woman reported missing in Shelton is found

SHELTON — An older woman reported missing earlier today in the Huntington section of the city has been found. She was located on Waverly Road around 12:45 p.m. Police and EMS are evaluating her
Categories: General

Census releases data on black population

The U.S. Census has released the latest data on where blacks live in the United States. Press release: 2010 Census Shows Black Population has Highest Concentration in the South People Who Reported as
Categories: General

Three arrested in early morning drug raid in Shelton

SHELTON — Three city residents were arrested shortly after 6 a.m. Thursday in a drug raid executed by 40 law enforcement officers at three apartments on Cliff Street, according to Capt. Michael
Categories: General

Section of Route 8, closed due to accident, has been reopened

SEYMOUR — A section of Route 8 in Seymour, closed for most of the day due to a tractor trailer accident, has reopened, according to state police. Route 8 northbound at was closed at exit 22 and the
Categories: General

Derby school administrator enters not guilty plea in drug case

DERBY — William M. LaRovera, 34, of Naugatuck, the Derby Middle School administrator charged with drug possession, entered a not guilty plea Wednesday in Derby Superior Court. His next court date is
Categories: General

Thornton denies connections to Mark IV

TRUMBULL – The following is a letter from Mary Beth Thornton’s campaign responding to comments made by first selectman Tim Herbst in this article. “Democratic First Selectman Candidate Mary Beth
Categories: General