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SCSU to Discuss Ukrainian Crisis

NEW HAVEN-Southern Connecticut State University will host a panel discussion involving the crisis in Ukraine which will attempt to analyze Russian President Vladimir Putin’s next move. The discussion will take place March 31 from noon to 1:45 p.m. at the Student Center Ballroom. Panelists will include Greg Adams, chairman of SCSU’s Sociology department and a […] [Read More]

Trumbull Synagogue to host Family Passover Seder

TRUMBULL-Congregation B’Nai Torah will host a family Passover Seder on April 15 in their facility at 5700 Main Street. The dinner will include soup, gefilte fish, crudités, an entrée, dessert and beverages. Adult meals are $40 and include an entrée of chicken, fish or eggplant marinara. Children under age 8 can have chicken tenders and […] [Read More]

Cracker Jack BB Card Discussion

TRUMBULL-As another baseball season approaches, all talk turns to cards–baseball cards. And there are few cards more valuable than the Cracker Jack cards issued in 1914 and 1915. On Saturday, March 29 Tom and Ellen Zappala will discuss those cards and their new book “The Cracker Jack Collection: Baseball Prized Players” in a talk and […] [Read More]

Learn how to make a Ukrainian Easter Egg

NEW HAVEN-Here’s the opportunity to learn to color a traditional Ukrainian Easter Egg from an expert. Gloria Horbaty, a former Newtown resident and president of the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America’s New England branch will teach a class March 29 from noon to 2:30 p.m. in St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church Hall, 565 George […] [Read More]

Composting Workshop Set

With spring here a gardeners’ thoughts turn to waste–as in composting wastes. Mary Jane Tynan, a master composter, will be conducting a workshop on composting to help you get the reddest, largest tomatoes, bushels of squash and other abundant harvests from your garden this summer. Some of her discussion will focused on vermicomposting which utilizes […] [Read More]

Donations keep coming for Shelton teen’s family

SHELTON-Donations to the family of a popular Albanian teen who died Thursday five days after being shot on Agawam Trail March 15 are approaching $23,000. Violet Thaqi Wills, who established the site to help the family of fifteen year old Kristjan Ndoj with medical and funeral expenses, said the site will remain up until March […] [Read More]
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Donations exceed $20k for Shelton teen

SHELTON-Donations to the family of the Shelton teenager who died after being shot in the head on Agawam Trail March 15 have exceeded $20,000. Violet Thaqi Wills who established the site to help the family of fifteen-year-old Kristjan Ndoj with medical and funeral expenses said the site will remain up until March 25. So far […] [Read More]

Fund Raising Web Site Established for Shelton Teen

SHELTON-A local woman established a website to raise funds for Kristjan Ndoj, the Shelton teen who was shot and is in critical condition. Violet Thaqi Wills set up a page on called “Donations for Kristjan and his family.” The site accepts paypal and credit card donations. [Read More]
Greg Langston shows off his juggling talent at St. Joseph's fourth annual Mr. Student Body Competition Thursday Mar. 18, 2010 at the school in Trumbull.  This year's pageant takes place 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 18.

Mr. Student Body at St. Joseph’s in Trumbull

On Tuesday, March 18, St Joseph High School, 2320 Huntingon Turnpike, Trumbull will present their 8th annual Mr. Student Body Competition at 7 p.m. in the school gym. An all time record 37 senior boys are contestants in this fundraising event for the Center for Family Justice, specifically its White Ribbon Campaign. This is an […] [Read More]

Stratford cops will stage a DUI checkpoint tonight

We received this note from the Stratford Police Headquarters: The Stratford Police Department is participating in the 2014 Comprehensive DUI Enforcement program. This program enables us to conduct roadside sobriety checkpoints as well as increase the number patrol units dedicated specifically to reduction of impaired driving, and to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities […] [Read More]