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Author: Jim Shay

Scattered power outages reported

Eversource is reporting scattered power outages in parts of southwest Connecticut. Outages include: 750 in Naugatuck 257 in Beacon Falls 79 in Greenwich 76 in Westport 22 in Seymour For updates:

Man believed missing in Norwalk River

Firefighters, police and the U.S. Coast Guard searched the Norwalk River Friday morning for a missing man, who may have fallen in the water. In a statement released late Friday morning, police said:

Poll: Should GE pay more taxes?

General Electric, which said this week that new taxes would make it rethink its Connecticut home, told employees Thursday it is exploring relocation plans following the passage of a new state budget.

Fairfield U. students win scholarships to study abroad

Three Fairfield University students have been awarded scholarships to study overseas. The Norman Woodberry Scholarships were awarded by the Stamford-based The Worlds Affair Forum. Maria Flores, of

Power loss causes 2-hour delay for Weston schools

A downed power line is causing a two-hour delay for Weston public schools. “Weston Public Schools will be on a 2-hour delay today, June 2, due to a loss of power to the district as a result of a

NTSB: Low tire pressure in summer can kill

When was the last time you checked the tires on your motor vehicle? If you’re like most people it’s probably been a while …  if ever. That’s why the National Transportation Safety Board is warning

Bridgeport man charged in infant son’s death

A Bridgeport man has been arrested in connection with his five-month-old son’s death. An autopsy revealed the infant had “elevated alcohol content in his system,” according to Norwalk police. A year

Shelton bear captured; taken out of town

The black bear that has wandered through Shelton for weeks was captured Thursday evening by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. The Valley Indy reports that the bear was

DEEP: Man exposed himself at Oxford/Southbury state park

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is warning people about a troubling incident in a popular state park: a man exposing himself to park visitors. DEEP officials say several

‘Monsignor Meth’ gets 65 months in jail

Monsignor Kevin Wallin has been sentenced to 65 months in prison dealing crystal meth, the highly addictive drug made famous on TV’s “Breaking Bad.” Senior U.S. District Judge Alfred V. Covello