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Daily Archive for May 24th, 2012
Students at Eli Whitney School in Stratford created a tribute to fallen soldiers on the school lawn in recognition of Memorial Day.
Press release: The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, in partnership with The Connecticut Light & Power Company and The United Illuminating Company, recently announced the winners of its eighth annual eesmarts™ student contest for students in grades K-12. The contest gave Connecticut students the opportunity to showcase their “energy smarts” about saving energy by answering grade Read More
A Bunnell High School student punched a police officer during a fight that broke out at the school about noon Thursday, police said. Deputy Police Chief Joseph McNeil said officers are on scene at the school investigating the incident. McNeil said it is unclear whether the student punched a Stratford police officer or an officer Read More
Grace Episcopal Church will have a “Glow Festival” Saturday, June 2 starting at 10 a.m. “The festival will be a fun, community wide celebration of healthy living,” the church’s website says. Partners of the event are Griffin Hospital, the Center for Women and Families, the Caron Foundation, Trumbull High School, Trumbull Fire Dept. and EMS Read More
When state Senator-turned-felon-turned-state Senate candidate Ernest Newton won the Bridgeport Democratic Party’s endorsement this week, political observers around Connecticut began paying attention to that race. Newton is challenging incumbent Sen. Ed Gomes, who succeeded Newton when he resigned from office in 2005 while under investigation for federal corruption charges. State Rep. Andres Ayala also wants the Read More