2021-05-22–#Stratford CT—After many years of planning and restoring the Connecticut Air and Space Center held its ribbon cutting with Mayor Laura R. Hoydick. The museum will be open weekends 8am to 4pm and is located at 225B Main Street in Stratford (next door to the Windsock Restaurant). The museum features aircraft from the Corsair airplane
BRIDGEPORT, CONN. (May 18, 2020) – Today, the Discovery Museum announced the hiring of Terry O’Connor as Interim Executive Director. “Terry brings to The Museum his leadership skills and expertise in the educational and non-profit worlds in Fairfield County”, said Tom Vos, Chairman of the Board of The Discovery Museum. “Terry has agreed to come out
2020-05-04@4:59pm–#Bridgeport CT– Firefighters were required to extricate people from a crash with injuries at South near Little Street.
#Bridgeport CT– While the Bridgeport Public Library remains closed during the COVID-19 emergency, the library’s digital services are still available for residents looking for information, study help, ebooks, audiobooks, children’s ebooks, music and movie streaming and much more. Library staff is working behind the scenes to help you renew a card, apply online for a
#Bridgeport CT– Last week, Mayor Joe Ganim proclaimed March 5th as Chef Ro Sanders Day. A viewing party was held at Boca Oyster Bar at 10 East Main Street for Bridgeport native Chef Roshara Sanders, on Vegas Chef Prize Fight on the Food Network. The show highlighted eight chefs as they compete for their own
Last week, the children at Wakeman Boys and Girls Club were treated to an exhibition put on by Jurassic World and the Webster Bank Arena. The children were able to get a sneak peak in the behind the scene magic that goes to putting on a show like Jurassic World Live Tour and how they
Fairfield Police were dispatched to King Street and Vila Avenue for the report of three individuals, one female wearing a tan coat and two males rummaging through trash cans. Police located the three subjects matching the above description. They explained that they were homeless and looking for cans for spare change. A check of the
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—State legislators joined professors at Sacred Heart University recently for a discussion on policy, coinciding with the release of Prof. Gary Rose’s new book, “Connecticut in Crisis: Policy Challenges and the 2018 Contest for Governor.” The panel discussion, which took place in the Frank and Marisa Martire Center for the Liberal Arts forum, was
Our annual 5K Run for Home and Workboot Challenge on Saturday, October 12th is going to be lots of fun! The 5K run is the perfect opportunity for serious runners to set personal records and all abilities to enjoy the scenic course. The Workboot Challenge is a one-mile event prior to the 5K and offers participants the challenge of
Boys between the ages of 11 and 18 who have any interest in camping, hiking, kayaking, and other outdoor activities are encouraged to attend. The event will take place during Troop 82’s normal weekly Thursday meeting hours, from 7:30 pm to 9, at Scout Hall in First Church Congregational in Fairfield across from Town Hall.