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The Fire Chiefs of the Fairfield County Haz-Mat team have purchased a costly drug for advanced life support ambulances to help members of the public and firefighters who are overcome by smoke inhalation. Cyanokit or Hydroxocobalamin removes Hydrogen Cyanide from the blood stream of smoke inhalation victims. The drug has little side effects and is Read More
DANBURY—A lawsuit was filed today in Danbury Superior Court on behalf of 85-year-old Ruth Ahearn, a woman who was severely beaten and mauled during a robbery at the West Wooster Street senior housing complex on September 7, 2013. The lawsuit states The Housing Authority of the City of Danbury, which owns and operates the senior Read More
Mayor Ben Blake cruised to an easy victory with 61.3 percent of the vote, according to the unofficial tally.
All was eerily quiet at Mayor Ben Blake’s campaign headquarters. There are white poster boards on the walls with the names of each voting district and an unopened box of donuts. Meanwhile the downtown headquarters of Republican candidate Peter Spalthoff was dark
A Pack Walk for Jackie is being held Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Shelton Dog Park to raise money to give an 11-year-old Shelton girl with Type 1 diabetes a diabetic alert dog. The walk starts at 1 p.m. and costs $10 per person and $25 per family. All dogs are welcome. For more information Read More
Alleged Fairfield bomb maker Joseph Callahan pleaded not guilty and elected a jury trial before Bridgeport Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin this morning to more than a dozen charges of possessing bomb making materials. He decided not to ask for police to return more than a dozen guns they took from his house.
Kennedy kin Michael Skakel, granted a new trial for the 1975 murder of 15-year-old Marthan Moxley, has filed an appeal statiing that a new trial is not enough, he wants to be exonerated. A hearing to determine whether Skakel should be released on bond is scheduled for Wednesday in Rockville.
The Seymour Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the male depicted in these photographs. This male committed a theft of religious items and a theft of jewelry from local businesses. The vehicle used in this crime is a white colored Chevy Malibu Maxx which is shown in the attached photograph. If anyone could Read More
Fairfield police over a car on Black Rock Turnpike and found 21 bags of marijuana hidden in a Monopoly game on the back seat. They arrested Javed Wilson, 19, of Bridgeport and Jack Tartamella, 19, of Fairfield.
On Friday the Seymour High School Alternative Energy III class and Electrathon Car Club placed first in the annual Electrathon Fall race at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville CT. Schools from all over New England participated in the race. Seymour’s electric vehicle was a kit-based model that was modified to include custom fabricated steering and Read More