Monthly Archive for November, 2011

: November, 2011

Stratford police investigate hit and run

A woman was seriously injured early Saturday morning when she was struck by a vehicle while crossing Main Street near Mr. P’s Cafe. Police said the driver of the vehicle fled the¬†scene. Read more:
Categories: Cops, General, Stratford

Butler election mishap awaits SOS ruling

The executive board of Derby’s Democratic town committee will request written guidance from the Secretary of State’s office as to how they should handle the¬†election of the wrong James Butler to the
Categories: General

Bridgeport resident struck by vehicle in Westport

A Bridgeport resident was struck by a vehicle about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday while attempting to cross Post Road East on foot near Bulkley Avenue in Westport. When police arrived on scene they found Aja

Group of Easton residents to launch town watchdog website

EASTON – A group of concerned Easton citizens is launching a new website to bring important issues in town to the public eye, Easton resident Robert Webbe said. Webbe ran against first selectman Tom
Categories: General

Stratford offers free health screenings

Press release: The Stratford Health Department has teamed up with the South End Community Center to offer free cholesterol and blood pressure screenings for residents on Wednesday, December 14th from
Categories: Stratford

Bridgeport man admits role in drug ring

NEW HAVEN-Javier Aponte pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to conspiring to possess and distribute large amounts of cocaine throughout Greater Bridgeport. Aponte, 45, of Bridgeport, was one of 15
Categories: General

Blumenthal: Health care challenge should be televised

A group of Congressmen, including U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., is asking the Supreme Court to give the American people a chance to hear the arguments for and against the Patient Protection
Categories: General

Blumenthal says Monroe teen scheduled for deportation should get to stay

MONROE – A 19-year-old Monroe woman who is scheduled to be deported to Poland in December got some help from legislators in her quest to stay in the United States. Paulina Krynska signed a voluntary
Categories: General

Pequonnock River trail may be extended in Trumbull

UPDATE: The date of the meeting has been changed to Dec. 7. TRUMBULL – Trumbull residents are invited to ask questions and discuss a proposed project to build a trail along the Pequonnock River at 7
Categories: General

CT United Ride raises close to $40,000

The CT United Ride, which Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said was the largest 9/11 tribute event in the state this year, handed out 10 checks Wednesday totaling almost $40,000 to police and fire fighter
Categories: General