Suspended Superintendent Harvey Polansky entered not guilty pleas to fourth-degree sex assault charges this morning in Milford Superior Court. Polansky turned his back on a reporter trying to speak to him; but the superintendent’s lawyer submitted character references and other material. Polansky will be back in court on April 20.
Firefighters are clearing the scene of a one0car crash on North Broad Street, near the office condominiums in the old Waterbury Lock Co. building. One person suffered minor injuries, Capt. Chris Zak said. The tree remains standing.
Rescue crews and firefighters are on the scene of a one-car crash downtown, in which a car has struck a tree. More to follow…
Milford eighth-graders will not have to pay for a formal graduation ceremony. “We’ll find a way,” acting Superintendent R. Michael Cummings said. The $45 per student cost was to have been raised by parents, who overwhelmingly chose a formal ceremony with caps and gowns for their middle school graduates. The district had provided $1,200 to Read More
MILFORD – A man accused of spying on his teenaged neighbor was arrested Monday night with his nose pressed against her bedroom window, police said. Officers responding to a tip watched the suspect, Brian Bullett, 42, of Bridgeport Avenue walk out of his home and into a narrow alley that separated his house from the Read More