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Easton boy awarded $8M for crash
A 9-year-old Easton boy, severely injured when his family's car was struck head on by a dump truck four years ago, was awarded nearly $8 million by a Superior Court jury Thursday.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
The Bridgeport mayor took advantage of Earth Day on Tuesday morning to boost the progress of Eco-Technology Park, a development of reclaimed derelict industrial land on the west side of the city that has attracted several companies that have a basis in recycling materials or clean-energy use.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Lauretti runs on consistent Shelton record
Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti makes a stump speech as candidate for governor, at Vazzano's Four Seasons in Stratford, Conn.
'The Glass Menagerie' in Newtown
Left to right are Chris Luongo of Bethel and Miles Everett of Thomaston rehearsing a scene from "The Glass Menagerie," opening at Town Players of Newtown on Friday, April 25. Photo: Contributed Photo Fresh off of its recent Broadway revival, Tennessee Williams' classic "The Glass Menagerie" kicks off Town Players' 2014 season on Friday, April 25.
New Canaan News-Review
awarded Best in Show in student exhibition
In front of a large crowd of artists, family and friends, the Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan presented awards April 13 to the winners of the 24th annual Juried Student Exhibition.
The Weston Daily Voice
Easton PTA Hosts Conversation On Education Budget Tuesday
The Easton Parent Teacher Association is inviting residents to an evening conversation on the education budget on Tuesday, April 22. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the home of Bettina and Michael Grob at 14 Flat Rock Drive in Easton.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Easton crews clear graffiti from Eden Hill Road
First Selectman Adam Dunsby says he doesn't want people to see the graffiti as a welcome sign.
Whitehead house: Too young for reprieve?
Fairfielder Melanie Marks and Edwards Collins of Milford protest the planned demolition of the former home of aviation pioneer Gustave Whitehead outside the Alvin Street house on Tuesday.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Former Westport First Selectman Diane Farrell was among those celebrating Easter today at Westport's Green's Farms Church.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Letter: Cell-tower rules trample laws, rights
Municipalities and neighborhoods in Connecticut are about to confront one of the largest "land grabs" in recent history with the proliferation of industrial cell towers in residential zones.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Demolition delayed for historic aviator's house
Melanie Marks, of Fairfield, and Edwards Collins, of Milford, protest the demolition of the former home of aviation pioneer Gustave Whitehead Tuesday, April 15, 2014, outside the house on Alvin Street in Fairfield, Conn.
New York Post
Man busted with a knuckle knifea at airport security
A man from Connecticut was busted at LaGuardia Airport when he tried to pass through security with a frightening-looking set of brass knuckles affixed with a razor-sharp knife, sources said.
The New Canaan Daily Voice
Report: Easton Man Arrested, Had Knife At LaGuardia
EASTON, Conn. Police arrested an Easton man after he tried to get a knife through a security checkpoint on Wednesday at LaGuardia Airport in New York, according to a story on blogctnews.com.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Weston Daily Voice
Easton Teen Arrested In Fairfield On Charges Of Violating Protective Order
An 18-year-old Easton teen was arrested on charges of violating a protective order after she contacted a Fairfield man Tuesday night, police said.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Historic aviator's house may get reprieve
Noreen Salce, of Fairfield, protests the demolition of the former home of aviation pioneer Gustave Whitehead Tuesday, April 15, 2014, outside the house on Alvin Street in Fairfield, Conn.
The Norwalk Daily Voice
Strong Winds Follow Rain In Norwalk Early Wednesday
Wintry weather could make a return early Wednesday morning, April 16, with a chance that the rain could turn to snow in northern parts of Fairfield County.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
First aviator's house a tear
Ed Collins of Milford spent the better part of Monday making homemade protest signs -- 20-by-30-inch pieces of poster board proclaiming "Whitehead belongs to all," "Save Our Heritage," and other slogans.
The Fairfield Daily Voice
John Shaban Gets Support For Congressional Run From Fairfield Lawmaker
Fairfield state Rep. Tony Hwang has announced his support for Redding's John Shaban in his run for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
'The Glass Menagerie' in
Fresh off of its recent Broadway revival, Tennessee Williams' classic, "The Glass Menagerie," kicks off Town Players' 2014 season on Friday, April 25. A faded, tragic remnant of Southern gentility, Amanda Wingfield lives in poverty in a drab, gloomy St. Louis apartment with her adult children, Tom and Laura.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
New Canaan News-Review
Andrew Barer, the former Outback Teen Center youth program director who police said used vulgar and inappropriate language in the cafeteria at Saxe Middle School Jan. 15, applied for accelerated rehabilitation in Norwalk Superior Court Thursday.