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Officials are asking residents to move their cars to the odd side of the street today (Tuesday).

Finch: Move your car to the odd side

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We received this note from City Hall in Bridgeport: BRIDGEPORT — Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch is asking residents to move their vehicles to the odd numbered side of the road by 11 a.m. on Tuesday, to allow public works crews to clear the roads. Parking is still not permitted on Snow Emergency roads. “I want […] [Read More]
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Stratford state of emergency to end at 4 p.m. Tuesday

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We received this note from Town Hall in Stratford: The Stratford Emergency Operations Center will remain partially activated until 4 p.m. today. Residents with any storm related inquiries should call 203-380-6757. In the case of emergency, please call 9-1-1. – The state of emergency in Stratford will be lifted as of 4 p.m. today. – […] [Read More]
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Ken Staffey of Bridgeport hangs out with friends in Paris, where he was stranded due to this week's snowstorm.

Blizzard fears have Bridgeport man stuck in Paris … again

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When Ken Staffey scheduled a brief holiday to Paris to celebrate a new job, some friends teased the Bridgeport resident for making his trip a little too brief. “People said I was crazy for going for only four days,” Staffey said via email. Well that problem’s been fixed. Staffey is stuck in Paris for an […] [Read More]
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Eminent domain hearing still on in Stratford, despite storm

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STRATFORD — The weather outside is not fit for man nor beast, but apparently it’s fine if you’re on the Town Council. The council’s Ordinance Committee will meet tonight, Monday, Jan. 26, 2014, despite a state of emergency ordered by both Mayor John Harkins and Gov. Dannel Malloy owing to a blizzard bearing down on […] [Read More]
Three plow trucks clear the snow on Main Street as snow continues to fall in Newtown, Conn., on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, in this file photo.

“We’re ready,” Newtown’s Llodra says as storm bears down on region

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NEWTOWN — First Selectman E. Patricia Llodra said that the town is as ready as it can be for Storm Juno, which is expected to cover most of the state with about to feet of snow. “We are fully prepared,” she said. “We have a great emergency preparedness team and we’ve already met twice today […] [Read More]
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Salt is loaded into a waiting plow truck at the Stratford Public Works yard in Stratford, Conn.prior to Monday night's snowstorm.

“We are more prepared than 2 years ago,” Stratford mayor says

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STRATFORD — Mayor John Harkins said Monday that residents might have to plan on being in their homes for as long as 72 hours after the storm has ended to give crews a chance to clear the streets. He said that there are 77 pieces of equipment at the ready including 29 power shovels — […] [Read More]
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A plow truck spreads salt onto Bayshore Drive in Milford.

All Milford functions to halt at 5 p.m., Mayor Blake says

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We recently received this note from City Hall in Milford: Milford — Mayor Ben Blake and the City of Milford, and Governor Dannel Malloy and the State of Connecticut, have each declared a state of civil preparedness in preparation for Winter Storm Juno. A travel ban on all roads is in effect beginning at 9:00 […] [Read More]
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Snow emergency parking rules in effect for Milford

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We received this note from Mayor Ben Blake in Milford: MILFORD — Alternate side of the street parking will be in effect beginning midnight tonight in the City of Milford. Cars parked on City roads should be parked on the Even Number Side of the street on Wednesday, November 26th. This alternate side of the […] [Read More]
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eymour attorney Ralph Crozier, of Oxford, leaves Federal Court in New Haven, Conn. recently. Crozier will be testifying on his own behalf on Monday during his trial for money laundering for a client. He was found guilty on two charges on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014.

Crozier found guilty of laundering drug money

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UPDATE: 1:58 PM Seymour attorney Ralph Crozier found guilty of conspiracy to launder money, attempted money laundering. Crozier is accused of accepting $30,000 from Bruce Yazdzik, a notorious Naugatuck Valley oxycodone dealer now serving a 10-year sentence in federal prison. Yazdzik, who admits he is seeking a reduction of his sentence by turning in Crozier, said […] [Read More]
This is what the boat ramp area at the foot of Birdseye Street in Stratford looked at high tide Wednesday afternoon (at 2:21 p.m.). This was sent to us by the nice people who operate The Chowder Spot. Don't worry- the food truck is still in operation.

Birdseye Street dock floods with afternoon tide

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