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  1. Connecticut Lawmakers Back Police Forces At Community Colleges

    Connecticut Lawmakers Back Police Forces At Community Colleges

    Community colleges throughout Connecticut soon may be able to develop their own special campus police forces if a proposal recently approved by lawmakers is signed by Gov. Dannel Malloy, according to the CT Post.The three community colleges in Fairfield County are Naugatuck Valley in Danbury, Norwalk Community College, and Housatonic in Bridgeport. This proposal follows last fall's ...

  2. 90-Year-Old Driver Killed In Two-Car Crash In Newtown

    90-Year-Old Driver Killed In Two-Car Crash In Newtown

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Newtown police are investigating the cause of a two-car crash Sunday night on South Main Street that killed a 90-year-old Brookfield man and left the other driver with injuries, according to the News-Times website.Police said Henry Petrucelli was killed instantly when his Honda Civic, traveling north on Main Street near Botsford Hill Road, was hit by a pickup truck at ...

  3. NFL Suspends Norwalk's Silas Redd Indefinitely For Substance Abuse

    NFL Suspends Norwalk's Silas Redd Indefinitely For Substance Abuse

    NORWALK, Conn. — Norwalk native and Redskins' backup running back Silas Redd Jr., who was trying to come back from a devastating knee injury, is sidelined again with an indefinite NFL suspension for a second violation of the league's substance abuse policy, the Washington Post is reporting.This latest news comes just months after a four-game suspension for the same reason. Redd is ...

  4. State’s Attorney Finds No Evidence Of Conspiracy In Death Of Redding Lawyer

    State’s Attorney Finds No Evidence Of Conspiracy In Death Of Redding Lawyer

    REDDING, Conn. -- On the heels of a federal lawsuit filed by his family claiming a police coverup in the death investigation of attorney Gugsa Abraham "Abe" Dabela, the state's attorney says he has found no evidence of a conspiracy.Stephen J. Sedensky, state's attorney for the Danbury area, said Friday that his office is still investigating the "tragic death" of ...

  5. Bridgeport Diocese Names New Superintendent Of Schools

    Bridgeport Diocese Names New Superintendent Of Schools

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- A Long Island educator has been selected by the Bridgeport Diocese to become superintendent of the diocese's 31 Catholic schools throughout Fairfield County. Bishop Frank Caggiano announced the appointment Wednesday of Steven Cheeseman, of East Moriches, N.Y., who will start the position June 30. Cheeseman plans to relocate to Fairfield County from Long ...

  6. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  7. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  8. Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    A new study may offer new hope for those awaiting a kidney transplant after researchers found that even incompatible kidneys from living donors can be successfully transplanted when the recipient's immune system is desensitized, according to The New York Times.The findings of the study published March 9 are also offering hope that living-donor transplants of lungs and livers can have ...

  9. Trump Under Fire After Endorsement From Sandy Hook 'Truther'

    Trump Under Fire After Endorsement From Sandy Hook 'Truther'

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- The often-contentious presidential primary race came close to home this week as Republican front-runner Donald Trump had to backpedal again on a controversial endorsement, this time from a so-called Sandy Hook "truther," according to the CT Post. The Statford family of Victoria Soto, a teacher who was one of 26 people killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary ...

  10. Connecticut Finds More Ticks With Lyme Disease

    Connecticut Finds More Ticks With Lyme Disease

    More ticks tested positive for Lyme disease in Connecticut in 2015, and more ticks tested were infected with more than one disease, state officials reported last week.The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station reported that 31 percent of black-legged ticks tested positive for one of the Lyme disease strands. That is an increase over the average 26 percent they've found in 2010 ...

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