GOV. MALLOY APPOINTS FAIRFIELD FIRST SELECTMAN KEN FLATTO AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE–Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he has appointed Fairfield First Selectman Kenneth Flatto as Executive Director of the Division of Special Revenue. The Division of Special Revenue is responsible for managing various special revenues and for regulating legalized gaming in the State of Connecticut, including the Lottery and Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun. Flatto is currently the First Selectman of Fairfield, a position to which he has been elected five times. As First Selectman, Flatto is responsible for more than 500 employees and a budget of $260 million. Prior to serving as Fairfield’s First Selectman, Flatto served as the Chief Financial Officer for Orangetown, NY, and Comptroller and Deputy Commissioner for the City of Yonkers, NY.

Candlelight Vigil for Orange teen

3-22@1:17am–Bridgeport–State Police chase nets one in custody at the corner of Columbia and Johnson Street. Unknown what the driver was wanted for.

A quick moving blaze at 1315 East Main Street shortly after 1pm today continue to keep Bridgeport Fire Departments and Red Cross busy after 2 major fires over the weekend. There were no reported injuries.

By Stephen Krauchick

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