Your Reporter Frank MacEachern
updated: NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A number of people were “very, very badly injured” in a four-car crash early Thursday evening on Silvermine Road near Clapboard Road, the New Canaan Advertiser reported.
Four cars ...
NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- New Canaan Police are still uncovering information about a fake suicide call that came into the department's emergency line on Friday, Oct. 24, according to the New Canaan ...
NORWALK, Conn. -- The Daily Voice sent out a questionnaire to all candidates seeking office in this year's election.
The following are the responses of Andy Garfunkel, the Democratic candidate for ...
YONKERS, N.Y. -- The Yonkers Police Department has issued an alert for two missing Connecticut teens.
Carolyn Hope Lindsey, 16, and Samuel “Sam” James Foley, 16, were last seen ...
That guy Duff has never caught on,Oyster Shell park is nothing more than a hazardaous waste site where no remediation was done it was simply capped.When the tide goes out so doesn't chemicals this is good?
Duff did so much for Village creek but forgot about the chemicals and asbestos found in shell fish in the creek,but thats good?
Sorry folks Norwalk still has brownfields and still has contamination anywhere you go but thats good?
Bobs not the guy to depend on when it comes to facts or serious problems with the environment.
Norwalk still has a power plant that can work or be made into something just as bad and we have what Bob and Chris looking out for us that cant be good.
This lobster thing is nothing but a smoke screen,just like what comes from Lajoies each day its a blue haze decending on those who vote for Bob and Chris.Just goes to show what we really have for politicians and its not good at all.
Last thing the lobster men want is any talk of contaminaton that is right in front of us all.You have to wonder if the fishermen suspected contamination problems would they be the first to say something?
Hanging around with politicians only suggests the type of crew thay may be after all.
If you've ever driven a truck -- day in day out hour after hour -- you realize that occasionally the truckers are going to make a mistake. So long as human beings drive trucks there are going to be occasional problems. One recent development has been trucker-based GPS devices but not all trucks are GPS-equipped.
I think the best suggestion I heard was mounting the types of Low Clearance Warning Bars they have in parking decks at parkway entrances. But then people complain that would be too expensive.
A small margarine of error. Maybe he thought the butter would lubricate the truck and enable him to slip under.
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