Monthly Archive for October, 2014

: October, 2014

Street and parking restrictions announced for Obama’s Sunday visit

Update:  Parking has been announced for Obama’s visit Sunday. Parking for people attending the rally at Central High School will be available at Sacred Heart University, where free shuttle buses will

Hotlines set up to report voter fraud

In an effort to ensure that the Nov.  4, elections are administered fairly in every town in Connecticut, an election fraud hot line has been set up. And the FBI will also be watching to to make sure

Stamford man found stripped and hacked by machete

Stamford police said that a man was found laying in the road near the Stamford train station who had been stripped, beaten and hacked by unknown assailants. Lt. Diedrich Hohn said at 3:15 a.m. a taxi

Human skulls discovered at Stamford transfer station

  For the most up-to-date version of this story, click here. UPDATE 12:45 p.m. According to the owner of the Cape Cod-style home on Charles Street in Fairfield, Robert J. DiVitto, 89, the skulls

SCSU on alert after armed robberies

Southern Connecticut State University students have been told to use ‘extreme caution’ after two armed robberies on the New Haven campus early Friday. Classes, however, have not been cancelled. On its

Man sentenced in Stamford acid bomb attack

HARTFORD — A relationship gone bad that might have been worse had not the woman discovered the bomb filled with hydrochloric acid in her car. Now Frank Mendoza, the 53-year-old jilted boyfriend will

Statement from Nancy Grace show

UPDATED: 2:54 p.m.   Here’s the latest from Nancy Grace, as part of a settlement for a defamation suit filed against her by Michael Skakel: HLN’s Nancy Grace show mistakenly reported that DNA

Truck crash leads to summonses

Westchester County Police issued four traffic tickets to the driver of a truck who rammed the King Street Bridge, causing massive delays for commuters using the Merritt and Hutchinson River parkways

Hartford firefighter released from Bridgeport Hospital

Firefighters throughout the state were devastated by the Hartford blaze that took the life of firefighter Kevin Bell and injured three others. The tragedy’s sting has been especially felt in

Skakel deal on defamation case nearly complete

A settlement in the defamation case against two cable-tv pundits by Michael Skakel, who is awaiting a new trial on a murder charge, is expected to be completed this afternoon. Stamford attorney