Devon Pot Bust

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A car stopped for a motor vehicle violation Saturday at the corner of Bridgeport and Naugatuck Avenues had 36 pounds of marijuana stored in it, police said Monday. Jose Ortiz, 33, of Columbus Avenue, New Haven, was released after posting a $50,000 bond on charges of possession of marijuana and possession with intent to sell. […] [Read More]
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Hearing Monday on Polansky Injunction

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Lawyers for suspended Superintendent Harvey Polansky will be in Derby Superior Court at 11:30 a.m. Monday in an attempt to block the Milford Board of education from beginning termination hearings against Polansky on Wednesday. If the request for a temporary restraining order is granted it would block the board from holding hearings until at least […] [Read More]
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Orchard Hills Egg-Drop Experiment

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Polansky Requests a Hearing

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The lawyer for suspended Superintendent Harvey Polansky said that, while he exercised his right today to have the school board review his termination, Polansky also reserves his right to challenge the validity of the hearing itself. Polansky, suspended since Nov. 15 for allegedly sexually assaulting two female administrators, is also seeking an injunction in Milford […] [Read More]
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Teri Thibeault Shares Her Gift of Music

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When Milford’s Teri Thibeault was a wee lass, someone noticed her beautiful singing voice and encouraged her to play guitar and accompany herself on classic Irish songs and religious hymns. Along the way Thibeault added some folk songs, American standards and children’s ditties to her repertoire. The former solist at St. Mary’s Church, Thibeault will […] [Read More]
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Beth El Center Leader is Guest Speaker

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Toni Dolan, the executive director of the Beth El Center, will speak to a joint meeting of the St. Agnes Church men’s club and Ladies Guild tonight at 7 in the church hall, 600 Merwin Avenue. Dolan will provide an update on the construction of apartments with supportive services for clients. The units being built […] [Read More]
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Richetelli Denies Fired Employee's Claims

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Mayor James L. Richetelli Jr. denied allegations in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday by veteran assistant city attorney Cynthia Anger that she was fired because of her union-organizing activities. But Larry Dorman, spokesman for AFSCME Council 4, said the union has filed a prohibited labor practice complaint against the city on those very grounds, and […] [Read More]
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Cynthia Anger Files Federal Lawsuit

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She was officially fired for “raising her voice,” Anger said in a lawsuit. She claims that the real reason for losing her job after 22 years was her efforts to unionize employees in her office. 10.03.09 Complaint [Read More]
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