4 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
A service advisory is announced at the Noroton Heights train station in Darien on Sunday, May 19, 2013.
5 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Philanthropy comes in many forms but the end result is the same -- goodwill and good works that in some measure better the lives of those in need.
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A derailed Metro-North rail car is hoisted back on to the tracks in Bridgeport, Conn., on Sunday, May 19, 2013.
13 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Metro-North's efforts to restore normal service to a stretch of track between Bridgeport and South Norwalk after Friday's train crash that left more than 70 people injured "looks to continue well into next week," according to an agency spokesman.
17 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Phyllis and Philip Marsilius of Bridgeport have always participated in a wide range of philanthropic activities and volunteer organizations.
Investigators from National Transportation Safety Board and officials were in Bridgeport, Conn.
Jermaine Richards , 30, surrendered to police with his lawyer, John R. Gulash , at Troop G in Bridgeport.
When reports began streaming in about the scores of people injured in Friday night's train derailment at the Fairfield /Bridgeport line, some hospital officials heard they could be receiving as many as 90 injured passengers a piece.
Emergency personnel work at the scene where two Metro North commuter trains collided, Friday, May 17, 2013 near Fairfield, Conn.
Liz Squillace, of Bridgeport, owner of screenprinter Paradox, Inc. opened her business at the Arcade building in downtown Bridgeport, Conn.
Two Metro-North passenger trains heading in opposite directions collided during rush hour Friday evening in southwestern Connecticut, damaging both trains and leaving dozens injured, authorities said.
Westport resident Mark Hayward kept a stiff upper lip Thursday when a jury convicted him of ripping off an early rock musician and golf book author from Fairfield by concocting a scam to sell dirt from the former Yankee Stadium.
Members of the Bridgeport police SCUBA team train with the department's new remote-controlled submersible.
State and Trumbull police blocked off Quarry Road along the Bridgeport/Trumbull line after finding a woman's body in a wooded area there.
Dr. Gregory W. Gray, the new Board of Regents president, will start his position on July 1, 2013.