Marie’s serves up its last lunches; Mackenzie’s becoming CVS Two long-time Trumbull Center businesses, with deep town roots, are closing this week. Marie’s Sandwich Shop, 920 White Plains Road, was serving its final customers Monday afternoon, after 47 years. Mackenzie’s Pharmacy, just a few doors down from Marie’s is closing Friday and reopening as CVS
The Newtown-based National Shooting Sports Foundation is donating 2,500 gun safety locks to Bridgeport, Stratford, Fairfield and Waterbury to be distributed to residents free of charge. “We encourage residents to pick up a Project ChildSafe safety kit so that they can learn about the options they have to properly and securely store their firearms at
(Bridgeport, CT – March 6, 2013) — The Bridgeport Police Department is accepting applications for its annual Citizens Police Academy, which is designed to give citizens an up-close understanding of the police department and its efforts to prevent and solve crime and protect citizens. “The Citizens Academy provides residents and business owners with an inside
UPDATE–Doggie and owner to reunite tomorrow! #Bridgeport CT–Francisco Berrios found this pit bull running on Barnum Avenue this afternoon. He says it was almost hit by cars a couple of times. Francisco has the dog in his home. The dog was found with its collar and leash If you are missing this dog call Francisco
3:07pm–Bridgeport CT–A 15 year old girl was walking to William Street when a white car started following her on Barnum and Caroline Street and attempted to get her into his car. The girl safely made it to her destination and told her mother who immediately called police. Police are interviewing the girl and her mother
Editorial- The RTM will decide the Fairfield Police Department’s Police Contract on March 18th. The police union has been operating without a contract for over two years. That includes two hurricanes and one blizzard of service without complaint. Two weeks ago 5 officers were sent into a wooded area where a man with a gun
On Saturday March 23 at NOON, State Rep Tony Hwang is going into Long Island Sound at Jennings Beach as part of “Freezin’ for a Reason” Polar Plunge! Rep Hwang realizes that this sounds like an absolutely silly and really “COLD” idea but there is a very good reason for his freezin’ plunge – to
Westport CT– At approximately 6 pm Saturday night the Westport Police Department received a report of a pedestrian having been struck by a motor vehicle on the Post Road by Bulkley Avenue North. Arriving officers found the victim, an elderly male lying in the westbound lane next to the vehicle and immediately began medical treatment.
Police from Fairfield asked the Public Health Committee Wednesday to allow them to regulate hookah lounges, which they said can currently act as de facto nightclubs in their town. Capt. Joshua Zabin, the Fairfield Police Department’s patrol commander, said officers often respond to calls at hookah lounges, which operate from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
(Westport, CT) Thursday, February 28, 2013, at approximately 5:02pm, Westport Police Dispatch received a 911 call of a road rage incident involving a firearm. The caller reported he was traveling east on Post Road East approaching the Bulkley Avenue intersection when a white male jumped out of his vehicle and pointed a black hand gun