A Stamford Superior Court judge entered a $2.88 million judgment today in favor of the Town of Fairfield against an investment firm that had placed the Town’s retirement funds with Bernard Madoff. Fairfield Police have been without a contract for over two years. Maybe the RTM can pass their contract this week. Fairfield has a
7:20pm–#Stratford CT–Report of an odor of gas indoors at 155 Mary Street. Here come a bunch of fire trucks.
9:39pm–Police intervened when a woman who was in a car parked outside the Emergency Room at St. Vincent’s Hospital. She was with her mother and she refused to get out of the car and attempted to take her life, method unknown. Police were able to talk her out of taking her life and got her
9:29pm–#Bridgeport CT–Man was had his faced slashed while on Norman Street. Police are investigating, not a lot of info on this. He was taken to the hospital by EMS.
Fundraiser to benefit the City’s Safe Asleep Program@Fire Engine Pizza Fairfield Ave in Black Rock-The proceeds from this event will be donated to The Safe Asleep Smoke Detector program run by the Bridgeport fire department and RYASAP. This is a great program that has and will continue to save lives in the City of Bridgeport.
11:40pm–#Bridgeport CT–Firefighters quickly extinguished a small fire in a camper parked in side lot at 430 Park Street.
” If civilians can’t buy a semi-automatic weapon, then the company won’t sell to law enforcement” ALBANY, N.Y. — Some gun manufacturers say they will no longer sell their firearms to New York law enforcement agencies after the state passed a broad assault-weapons ban last month. At least five companies have said they won’t sell
Editorial- On Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 5 pm, First Selectman Tetreau and the newly formed Fairfield Arts Advisory Committee (FAAC) held a press conference to unveil a mural in the second floor conference room in the John J. Sullivan Independence Hall, 725 Old Post Road. Yet it’s been over two years since the Fairfield
(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