WASHINGTON, DC] – Today, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, released the following statement on the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association (NRA): “The NRA is rotten to the core – and this legal action will hasten its disintegration. For years, the NRA has been
2020-08-06@5:40pm– # Fairfield CT crash with injuries reported at the intersection of King’s Highway East and Chambers Street (near Cumberland Farms). This is a challenging intersection on a good day let alone with the traffic lights being out due to the storm. Our sponsor would have taught them that with traffic lights out you
2020-08-06@4:44pm–#Bridgeport CT– firefighters quickly extinguished a couch fire that was between buildings on Jones Avenue near Pequonnick Avenue. Now you know what all the noise was about!
With so many people that are out of power, cable, and internet I hope the towns are planning on a baby boom in May and and an increase in school population in 2025! This post is made possible buy:
2020-08-06@1:14pm–#Fairfield CT– Police were called to Stratfield Road for a person harassing UI employees. This news report is made possible by:
2020-08-06@12:40pm– A child has been hit by a car on Seaview Avenue. The child has abrasions on their arm and possible fracture. This news report is made possible by;
2020-08-06@11:21am–#Fairfield CT #ctfire– Firefighters on London Terrace for a kitchen fire. Our sponsors can make it Like It Never Even Happened!
From city officials to citizens everyone is asking where are the utility trucks? If you see UI truck in your area, posted it here and what street it was on. Give a little hope your neighbors in getting their power restored. Let’s just hope this isn’t as difficult as playing Where’s Waldo. Has anyone
Bridgeport, CT – Mayor Ganim, who usually keeps constituents in the dark joined City officials to provide an update on the aftermath of Storm Isaias which includes the report of approximately 8,500 Bridgeport customers that remain without power. In a response to Bridgeport’s Emergency Operations email for an update to restore power for vulnerable residents,