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An independent film shot in Bridgeport last year - "The Word" - is having its premiere on the opening night of the Manhattan Film Festival on Friday.
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NORWALK, Conn. A 38-year-old Bridgeport man was arrested on misdemeanor burglary and larceny charges Monday after he was accused of stealing a package from the lobby of the Corset Factory apartment building on Ann Street, police said.
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Storm chaser and filmmaker Sean Casey spent eight Midwestern springs carrying a giant IMAX camera in a heavily reinforced vehicle to capture the spectacular footage in "Tornado Alley," which opens Friday, June 21 at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk.
State Rep. Terrie Wood , R-141, will be hosting two end-of-session town hall meetings to discuss major pieces of legislation during 2013.
Stacey Goodnow, 46, of Norwalk, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge in connection with a threat she was accused of making to the Greenwich school where she teaches.
As part of an ongoing effort to promote Connecticut tourism the Globe Theater in Norwalk and the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk will soon receive state assistance for essential renovations and upgrades.
Meri and Bill Erickson of New Canaan present a tray of fresh pasta at their new specialty shop, PastaPresta, at the SoNo Marketplace on May 9, 2013, in South Norwalk, Conn.
The work week starts on a bright note in southwestern Connecticut, with sunny skies and temperatures rising to a daytime high of about 80 degrees.
WESTPORT, Conn. Eight days after workers broke ground at Long Lots School in Westport, a new playground in honor of Sandy Hook shooting victim Dylan Hockley was officially opened on Saturday.
An independent film shot in Bridgeport last year -- "The Word" -- is having its premiere on the opening night of the Manhattan Film Festival on Friday.
After the untimely death of Rocky, the New Canaan Police Department 's dog, in a training accident, a drive is underway to bring a new one to town.
By STEVE KOBAK
Hour Staff Writer
Saturday, June 15, 2013 11:30 am
NORWALK -- A Mr. Softee ice cream truck driver claims he was robbed in the back parking lot of Dairy King late Friday night. The driver, a Stamford resident, said he was driving down Main Street when the suspect flagged him down, police said.
The suspect, described as a six-foot, one-inch tall black male weighing approximately 200 pounds and wearing an apron, told the driver that he and some of his friends wished to purchase ice cream, police said. The driver agreed to meet the suspect in the back parking lot of Dairy King, 169 Main St., according to police.
When the driver arrived at the back parking lot, the suspect exchanged words with the driver and held one of his hands under his apron, police said. Believing the suspect had a gun under his apron, the driver handed over an undisclosed amount of cash, according to police.
A weekend special-ordered for Dads is on tap, a sunny and warm springtime showcase promising to shine on outdoor Father's Day celebrations.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Sen. Bob Duff announced on Thursday afternoon that the Globe Theater and the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk will soon receive state assistance for essential renovations and upgrades.