Monthly Archive for April, 2012

: April, 2012

Stratford to host free breakfast for veterans

Press release: Mayor John A. Harkins, in conjunction with Stratford Senior Services, will honor local veterans with a free breakfast and program at 9 a.m., Thursday, May 31st, at the Raymond Baldwin

Merritt Parkway crash

Fairfield fire and rescue personnel were responding just before 9pm to a crash northbound on the Merritt Parkway before Exit 42. Police said a car went off the roadway and struck a tree. Smoke was

May 20th is opening day at Boothe Park

Sunday, May 20th is opening day at Boothe Park in Stratford. All the museum buildings will be open for tours, and demonstrations. Admission is free. There will be refreshments and a birthday cake in

Meet & Greet planned with Stratford Police Chief

The South End Community Center at 19 Bates Street will host a meet and greet with Stratford Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17. This informal event is open to the public.

No horsing around here

Bridgeport mounted police officers ride down Reef Road in Fairfield to assist local police with the annual Fairfield University student Clamjam

Truck hits Marshall’s building in Stratford

Reporter Linda Conner Lambeck, doing some Saturday morning errands, shot this photo showing damage to the Marshall’s store building in Stratford. Linda says the damage was caused by a truck that

Park City Schools and Community Alliance hosting event at Curiale School

As part of its project to revitalize the areas around Bridgeport schools, the Park City Schools and Community Alliance will be hosting an event at Curiale School on Laurel Avenue on Saturday, April 28

Want to buy a rescued horse?

PRESS RELEASE State Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky announced today the up-coming sale of a group of rescued animals consisting of 10 horses. The animals are consigned to the University of

Shelton police kill pitbull that attacked woman

SHELTON — A 40-pound pitbull that attacked a woman Tuesday night was shot and killed Wednesday morning after it showed aggressive behavior to police and animal control officers who were trying to

Malloy signs bill repealing death penalty

The state’s death penalty is officially … dead PRESS RELEASE HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today released the following statement after signing S.B. 280, An Act Revising the Penalty for