STRATFORD – The Shakespeare Property Subcommittee, formed by the Redevelopment Agency (RDA), will hold its first meeting on Thursday, January 16th, at 6:00pm in the Town Council Chambers at Town Hall. The meeting is open to the public. The Subcommittee has been formed to develop steps in the next phase of redevelopment of the
2020-01-09@4:27pm–#Stratford CT– EMS on the way to Graham Street where a worker shot a nail in his foot. This news report is made possible by:
Stratford- On 01/07/2020 the Stratford Narcotics Vice and Intel Unit, with the assistance of the Bridgeport Police Task Force as well as the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, executed a Search Warrant for Narcotics and Firearms related violations. The Search Warrant was the culmination of an investigation conducted by the Stratford Narcotics and Vice Unit
2020-01-05@4:11pm–#Stratford CT– A pedestrian was struck outside Stop and Shop at 200 East Main Street. No word on the extent of injuries. This news report is made possible by:
2020-01-03@4:44pm–#Stratford CT– A load bearing wall was damaged at Great Wall Restaurant located at 2590 Broadbridge Avenue. A load bearing wall was damaged, the building inspector and health inspector was called to the scene.
On January 12, 2019 at approximately 2:20 AM, Eduardo Concepcion was sitting in his vehicle on Regency Terrace. Two unknown assailants approached Concepcion’s vehicle and a verbal argument ensued. At some point during the argument, several shots were fired into the car killing Concepcion. The suspects were both dressed in dark clothing. One suspect was
2019-12-25@12:09am–#Stratford CT–#Milford CT– #cttraffic– A car drove up on the sidewalk on the Sikorsky Bridge, southbound on the Merritt Parkway. The vehicle has no driver and person was seen running northbound on the sidewalk away from the crash.
2019-12-20@10:22pm–#cttraffic–#Stratford CT– #Milford CT– Report of crash on Route 15 northbound near exit 53 with injuries. This news report is made possible by:
The Stratford Library “Books Over Coffee” program concludes its 2019 series with a discussion of New Milford author Terri-Lynne DeFino’s popular novel, The Bar Harbor Retirement Home for Famous Writers (And Their Muses), on Wednesday, December 18th at noon. The program, guest hosted this month by Kathleen Faggella and featuring the author, is free and open to the public. Terri-Lynne DeFino’s novel
2019-12-11–#Stratford CT– Tonight, the Stratford Firefighters presented awards to firefighters who went above the line of duty as well as police and dispatchers as well as unit citations. Firefighters Steven Ash and Jacob Hall were sworn in to the department. DC/FM Brian Lampart was awarded the 30 year pin, Lieutenants Kevin Lantowsky, John Roberts and