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On Day 1: 'Carmageddon' didn't happen
Thousands of Metro-North riders left without a direct connection to Stamford and Grand Central Terminal after a train collision closes a key section of the New Haven Line.
Sat May 18, 2013
Human remains may be of missing student
Kathleen Ceccarelli of Stratford at the scene where State Police are investigating whether human remains found in the woods off Quarry Road in Trumbull, Conn.
Fri May 17, 2013
N.Y. man acquitted in Stratford home invasion
A jury Friday acquitted a New York man of home invasion and assault charges in connection with a serious stabbing in Stratford last year.
St. Vincent's Graduation
Graduates pose for a photo following the twenty-first annual commencement ceremony of St.
Square One Theatre Presents a.R. Gurney's Black Tie, Now thru 6/1
The final production of Square One Theatre's 23rd Season is the gentle comedy, Black Tie, by the prolific contemporary American playwright A.R. Gurney.
Thu May 16, 2013
Police: Accountability helping cut crime
That was the message Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and a dozen or so community leaders received Thursday morning during a one-day pass to the Police Department's weekly data-sharing meeting.
Mother, daughter face arson charges
Police said Luz Davila-Nieves , 60, and her daughter, 41-year-old Madeline Griffin , planned the crime, providing themselves with alibis.
Wednesday's high school baseball roundup: ND-Fairfield strikes early in beating Bunnell
Bunnell's Jeremy Proto bobbles the ball at home plate allowing a run by Notre Dame of Fairfield's #3 P.J. DeFilippo, during baseball action in Stratford, Conn.
Wed May 15, 2013
Driver in deaths has history of hitting pedestrians
Kevin and Brenda Tanski have both died from injuries received when they were run over by an SUV on Bridgeport Avenue in Milford.
Tue May 14, 2013
Stratford Mayoral Race Gets Another Democrat
This fall's election for Stratford mayor recently got another potential candidate.
Drugs, cash seized in raid
Joseph Allen , 33, of Larkin Court, has been held on a $200,000 bond since his arrest on Friday, police said.
Mon May 13, 2013
Donations Will Lead to Playscape's Construction
Last week, Oxford received two donations of $20,000 apiece to be put toward a new playscape in town that First Selectman George Temple wants to build.
Boothe Memorial Park Opening Day Is May 19
The annual Opening Day of Boothe Memorial Park and Museum is scheduled for Sunday, May 19.
Sat May 11, 2013
Wake Up Stratford
As we draw closer to political season, known in some circles as the silly season, I would like to bring to the attention of the Stratford taxpayers and electorate, some issues that will probably never be addressed by the local press.
Fri May 10, 2013
Mother's Day Art Show in Stratford Town Center
Celebrate Mother's Day at The Stratford Art Guild's annual Mother's Day Art in in the Alley Show and Sale .
Thu May 09, 2013
High school notebook: Stratford sports banquet set for May 29
STRATFORD SENIOR RECOGNITION/ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME DINNER: The Stratford High School Athletic Association's Senior Athlete Recognition/Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner is May 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Vazzy's Four Seasons Banquet and Catering, 337 Kenyon Street, Stratford.
Showers to linger through Saturday
Southwestern Connecticut is about 4 inches below normal the amount of rain that normally falls by this time of year.
Say NO to Renaming Stratford Town Council Districts
Because of U.S. Census results and changes in Stratford's population, the Town Council will be considering a redistricting plan proposed by the Republican Town Committee Chairman.
Wed May 08, 2013
Titanium Ignites at Stratford Metal Works Company
Sparks from a welding machine caused four barrels of titanium metal shavings to catch fire Wednesday at a building on Honeyspot Road.
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Nesco Resources Recruiting in 18 Job Categories
Nesco Resources, a job placement firm with an office in Stratford , is recruiting in Waterbury Thursday at the Waterbury CT Works for manufacturing and administrative jobs.