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By Michael P. Mayko SHELTON-David Gioello vowed to make City Hall more transparent if elected mayor in two weeks. Gioello said he would conduct neighborhood meetings, press conferences and make the budget more transparent. For instance he said the 5% percent reserve would be designated as such rather than included in operating expenses. “if this […] [Read More]
Categories: News

Four women to charge UConn with sexual discrimination lawsuit

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  HARTFORD – Four women who say they are rape and sexual assault victims while they were students at the University of Connecticut will hold a news conference today in Hartford, with  famed women’s rights attorney, Gloria Allred at their side. The students are expected to discuss their experiences as rape and sexual assault victims on the […] [Read More]
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Blasting near Post Road in Milford today

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MILFORD — The Fire Department says don’t be alarmed if you here blasting in the vicinity of the Howard Johnson’s property on the Boston Post Rd.. Route 1, in Milford today. The site is just to the west of the I-95 interchange and the Connecticut Post Mall. These will be  controlled detonations, officials said.   [Read More]
Categories: Milford, Traffic

Noted feminist and lawyer to hold press conference on UConn rapes

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Four women who were sexually assaulted while they were students at the University of Connecticut will hold a news conference this afternoon at 3:30 p.m., at the Marriott Hartford Hotel, 200 Columbia Blvd. The women will be joined by civil rights activist and lawyer Gloria Allred, where they plan to criticize the University for failing […] [Read More]
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Vallas “State of the Schools,” forums, next up: Blackham School

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BRIDGEPORT — Schools Superintendent Paul Vallas continues his community conversations at 5:30 p.m., Thursday when he is hosted by the parent advisory council at Blackham School, 425 Thorme Street. This is the fourth in a serioes of presentations. Vallas will talk about the progress made by the district over the past 18 months since his […] [Read More]
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Of things that go bump in the dark…

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Paranormal investigator and clairvoyant Lorraine Warren wowed crowds in Monroe and Shelton with her stories from the field investigating things that go bump in the night. At Monroe’s Masuk High School, Warren spoke to an audience of more that 770 people, many of them who have seen “The Conjuring,” which is based on one of […] [Read More]
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Easton parent arrested for teens’ booze party

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An Easton mother who was home at her Meadow Ridge Drive house while a loud party was taking place with teens drinking beer Saturday night is being accused of permitting minors to possess alcohol under her roof. According to police, when they arrived at the house, they found a 17-year-old girl being assisted by two […] [Read More]
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Erratic driving leads to drug arrest on Route 25 in Monroe

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A Ridgefield motorist who crossed the double-yellow lines on Route 25 in Monroe as he headed toward Trumbull faces criminal charges Thursday for heroin possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Responding to a call about an erratic motorist, police observed a green 1999 Ford van, operated […] [Read More]
Categories: General