#STRATFORD – Following the state-mandated (C.G.S. 12-55) 2019 Revaluation process in the Town of Stratford, residents can expect to receive their Notices of Assessment Change in the mail next week. The notices will demonstrate what the previous assessed value based on the October 1, 2014 Revaluation of their real property was, and what the new
1:18pm–UPDATE: Two more employees complaining of dizziness. According to radio reports one of the heaters at the entrance was malfunctioning. 2019-11-29@1:03pm–#Stratford CT– There is a reported gas leak at BJ’s on Ferry Boulevard. A customer called it in and said there are people out in the front feeling dizzy including one employee. It was not
2019-11-17@3:00pm–#Stratford CT– Radio reports say a man was stabbed in the face by his girlfriend on Leonard Street. Sounds like she will need our sponsor:
Connecticut needs to improve our transportation system. A reliable and modern transportation system is a key to a healthy economy and job growth. But we do not need tolls or tax increases to make that happen. CT Senate Republicans presented a plan that shows another way to invest in transportation and grow jobs in
2019-11-09@2:00pm–#Stratford CT– First responders on the way to Burlington Coat Factory at 800 Barnum Avenue Cutoff parking lot for a pedestrian struck. Radio reports say the person had their foot ran over by a car. This news report is made possible by:
STRATFORD – As part of a statewide effort from the Connecticut Tree Protective Association (CTPA), a white oak has been donated to the Town of Stratford, and planted on the green in front of Town Hall this week. The planting is in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the state’s Arborist Law. The
This morning at approximately 10:30am, Coast Guard Long Island Sound announced over marine frequency a capsized boat located in the area of Middle Ground, Long Island Sound, Stratford Shoal Buoy #2 ( 4 subjects originally on board a 17’ center counsel boat). The USCG responded from Eaton’s Neck New York, located 3 male victims, and took them
The Stratford Library continues the fall season of “Sunday Afternoon Talks”, its monthly series of informative and entertaining talks featuring prominent local guest speakers, on Sunday, November 3 at 2 pm with “Stories from Stratford: “Shag Carpet Toilet” & “St. Stan’s: Tales from the Penguin Academy”. Guest speaker is author Kenneth Lynch. “Sunday Afternoon Talks” is free and open to the public.
2019-10-28@1:30pm–#Stratford CT– One person was cuffed and detained by state police on I-95 near exit 31. State police radio said he was bouncing off the guard rails, Stratford fire was dispatched for an accident with injuries.
#Stratford CT– On 9/23/2017, The Stratford Police Department responded to the report of the Fatal Overdose of 27 year old Stratford woman. The Stratford Police Department, along with DEA Bridgeport conducted an investigation into the victim’s death. It was learned that the victim had used Heroin and Fentanyl just prior to her death. The victim’s