Monthly Archive for January, 2015

: January, 2015

Danbury Clerk Kaback resigns for a job in Wilton

DANBURY – Lori Kaback, a Democrat who is serving her fifth elected term as Town Clerk, will leave office in mid-February to take a full time position in Wilton, a top party official said Friday. “It

Lawsuit claims sex assaults and debauchery at private school

BRIDGEPORT – A former student at the exclusive Indian Mountain School in Lakeville claims in a federal lawsuit filed Thursday here that he was sexually abused and assaulted dozens of times by three

Aquarion warning: Stay off reservoir ice

With winter in full swing, officials at Aquarion Water Company is warning people not to trespass at local reservoirs when taking part in winter recreational activities. “Over the last several weeks,

Dong receives 5 years probation for bring guns to UNH

HARTFORD – William Dong, the former University of New Haven student who caused a campus lock down after he brought guns to the school, on Thursday was sentenced to five years on probation for a

Annapolis family suffers fire similar to Stamford’s 2011 Christmas fire

In a heartbreaking repeat of Stamford’s 2011 Christmas Day fire that killed Madonna Badger’s parents and children, an Annapolis couple and four of their grandchildren were confirmed dead in a Jan. 19

Poll: Should the state shut down for snow storms?

Content loading… Please enable javascript! Should a statewide travel ban be imposed for major snowstorms? Should a statewide travel ban be imposed for major snowstorms? Yes, it reduces accidents and

There will be mail today, but not a lot of it

Normal mail delivery has resumed after Tuesday’s snow storm, a spokeswoman said this morning. But the amount may be less than usual, because of delay’s caused by the storm, said Christine Dugas of the

Southwest Connecticut residents turn to social media in Blizzard

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Bridgeport and National Guard send help to Eastern part of state

The city of Bridgeport and the Connecticut National Guard is sending its resources to the eastern part of the state, which received 20 plus inches of snow. Bridgeport will send four trucks and a

HARTFORD – All state courthouse and state judicial branch offices will be closed Tuesday.