“A man believed to be a disgruntled employee of Whole Foods Market, who started trashing merchandise in the store Wednesday, was chased on foot by police onto Interstate 95 during heavy rush-hour traffic before being subdued by police using a stun gun.” Read full story….
[SlideDeck id=’494′ width=’100%’ height=’400px’] 6:31pm–#Fairfield–Sacred Heart University–Security trying to apprehend a black male and a black female as they were showing nude pictures to students and trying sell things and get credit card info from the students. The male is fleeing on Park Ave. on foot, police on the way. 5:40pm–#Bridgeport–Fire department on scene of
A student released pepper spray inside a classroom at Derby High School at about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, firefighters said. Read full story….
Results of the Nation’s Report Card released Tuesday show fewer than half of 4th- and 8th-grade students are proficient in math and reading–far short of the federal No Child Left Behind goal of 100 percent proficiency in three years. Read full story….
The State Police Major Crime Squad will investigate the Nov. 13 death of a local man after police used their electronic control device in an attempt to get him into custody. Read full story…..
An out of state driver possibly unfamiliar with the area and the need to use extra caution at the traffic circle on Route in Fairfield shortly after 9pm Sunday night. The vehicle missed all the islands, went airborne and hit a tree about ten feet off the ground before coming to a rest on its
Easton motorcyclist Jim Nassetta is lucky to be alive after being hit by a falling tree on Moorehouse Road in Easton. Police tell me apparently a homeowner was cutting down a tree on his property when the guide rope broke landing the tree in the road an not on his property. Not only did the motorcyclist
Thieves have nabbed a 3-foot-long copper sword atop Lincoln’s Tomb in what is believed to be the first theft at the site in more than a century. Read Full Story….
A fast moving fire and a breezy night caused two three story apartments to go up in flames shortly after 5pm Friday night. The fire appeared to have started in a first floor bedroom at the 350/252 Hanover Street building and burning embers started the 354/356 building. A narrow alley way approximately eight feet separates
Mayor Finch was on hand to cut the ribbon opening a new upscale, relaxed atmosphere restaurant at 269 Fairfield Avenue in Bridgeport. The name Bare originates to bringing the building to bare it’s history, Tapas is a Mediterranean style appetizers and Vino, of course meaning wine or for Bare a wine lounge. This is a sneak