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Fairfield teacher Glenn Mishuck, 47, accused of having a sexual relationship with a female student, was arraigned on 17 counts of second-degree sexual assault before Superior Court Judge Earl Richards. The judge refused a request from Mishuck’s lawyer, William Westcott, to allow his client to be released on a promise to appear, instead ordering Mishuck Read More
OXFORD – First Selectman George R. Temple was honored and pleased to see his portrait unveiled Tuesday night at a closing reception for the Connecticut Portrait Society which ended a month-long show at Town Hall. The show was a members-only event featuring 14 professional artists including Chris Duke, who has done portraits for President Bill Read More
A Superior Court jury has cleared former Harding High School Coach Charles Bentley of any wrongdoing in a lawsuit that claimed he slapped a 14-year-old girl in the school in 2008.
A Superior Court jury has begun deliberating the civil case in which former Harding High School basketball coach Charles Bentley is accused of slapping a 14-year-old girl
A Bridgeport mother was arrested early Wednesday morning after police said she stabbed her 17-year-old son when he refused to take out the garbage. Police said that 34-year-old Jacqueline Morris stabbed her son in the back during the dispute. The son then walked to a relative’s home on Jackson Avenue, where officers met him. Morris Read More
Prosecutors have dropped domestic violence charges against Fairfield state rep. Brenda Kupchick is in Superior Court this morning . Kupchick was arrested fac regarding a fight with her sister.
OXFORD – Haynes Development is finalizing negotiations with a major grocer anchor and hopes to begin construction in the summer of 2014. The Haynes Group, headquartered in Seymour, CT has owned the development site located at 278 Oxford Road for over a decade and acquired the site for its development potential. “While in the preliminary Read More
Testimony began this morning in the civil trial of a former female Harding High School student who claims she was assaulted by former basketball coach Charles Bentley at the school in 2008. Update: judge clears Board of Ed of any wrongdoing in case
The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) today said Bishop Leonard Paul Blair is a poor choice to be appointed archbishop of Hartford giving Blair poor marks for the way he handled the sex abuse scandal in Toledo.
Bridgeport cop Doug Bepko, previously prosecuted for assaulting his former girlfriend was assaulted by a woman Sunday. Police said Ashley Adams kneed Bepko in the groin and punched him in the face. Adams, 23, was charged with assault on a police officer, second-degree assault and breach of peace. She was released after posting $75,000 bond