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  1. Former Trumbull Man Nabbed For Violating Protective OrderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    A former Fairfield County resident was charged with several counts of violation of a protective order after he contacted family members via electronic communication. On Feb. 5, Raymond Genet, 49, of Cranston R.I., was issued a full no-contact order from the court prohibiting him from having contact of any kind, with his ex-wife and family, said Trumbull Police Capt.

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  2. St. Joseph Names New Varsity Basketball CoachRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2018 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    St Joseph High School in Trumbull announced Friday it has hired Kevin Wielk to serve as the new varsity head coach for boys basketball. Wielk, a 1995 graduate and former St Joe's high school basketball player under the legendary Vito Montelli, will replace former coach Paul Dudzinski, who was let go in June.

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  3. Man Rips Off Motorcycle Listed On Craigslist, Trumbull Police SayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    An area man lost his motorcycle to a rip-off artist after listing the bike for sale on Craigslist and letting the "buyer" take a test drive, according to Trumbull Police. Lt. Keith Golding said the man reported on Monday that he had made arrangements to meet with a potential buyer in Trumbull to sell the 2006 Yamaha YZ450 motorcycle.

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  4. Sacred Heart University Will Unveil George Lombardi LobbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2018 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    Forty-eight years have passed since George Lombardi first became involved in WSHU Public Radio at Sacred Heart University, back when he was a student here and started working at the station as an engineer. When something broke, Lombardi fixed it, set it up or rewired it.

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  5. Lacrosse For A Cause: Staples HS Hosts Annual Sticks For Soldiers EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    The Sticks for Soldiers organization raises funds to support wounded veterans and their families. The action takes place at 70 North Ave. in Westport.

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  6. Rep: Herbst Made Bigoted Attack On Gay Chief Justice Nominee From StamfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2018 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    State Rep. William Tong of Stamford called out Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Herbst of Trumbull for criticizing the governor's choice of a new State Supreme Court chief justice. Tong, a Democrat, called Herbst's criticism "bigoted."

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  7. Trumbull Police Bust Big Drinking Party Filled With Students From SHURead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2017 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    Officers busted an underage drinking party with up to 70 participants - many of whom are students from Sacred Heart University - and issued a summons to the host, Trumbull police said. They went to a home on White Plains Road and confirmed that there was a large gathering of people under the age of 21 who were drinking alcohol on the premises, police said.

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  8. Want A Swiss Army Knife? Victorinox Opens Monroe Warehouse For Fall SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2017 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    Have you always wanted an authentic Swiss Army knife? Do you like the Victorinox brand and its high-tech outdoorsy products? Shoppers looking for bargains will find that prices have been slashed at the fall warehouse sale now underway at the Victorinox Swiss Army's headquarters in Monroe. "Treat someone special this holiday season with high-quality products at deep discounts, including Swiss Army knives, watches, luggage, apparel and kitchen cutlery, from Victorinox Swiss Army," Victorinox said on Facebook.

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  9. First Responders Rescue Injured Bicyclist In Easton's Trout Brook ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2017 | The Greenwich Daily Voice

    First responders from Easton and surrounding towns rescued a biker who broke his leg on a trail deep in the woods of the Trout Brook Valley, according to the Easton Courier. After the injured cyclist called 911 for help at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Easton police were able to determine his location via the GPS coordinates from his phone, the Courier said.

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