Wednesday Jul 16
Beetle that kills ash trees now in four Connecticut counties
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station announced today that the emerald ash borer infestation, previously centered in New Haven County, has expanded into Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, and Middlesex counties and has now been detected in a total of 38 towns.
Jogger, 75, killed after being hit by dump truck in Connecticut
A jogger was struck and killed by a dump truck Monday while running along a popular cut-through route for drivers looking to avoid Route 10 traffic, according to press reports.
Flash flood watch issued
Heavy rain is expected beginning this afternoon, with the National Weather Service having issued a Flash Flood Watch for southern Connecticut.
Severe thunderstorm watch issued for northern New London County
The National Weather Service Wednesday evening issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Middlesex County, the northwestern portion of New London County and eastern New Haven County.
Cosey Beach Parking Problems Persist
It appears there won't be a quick fix in the ongoing Cosey Beach neighbors' parking nightmare situation.
120-Acre Historic Farmland Won't Be Developed in Naugatuck
Some good news for Naugatuck residents. The estate of Franklin Andrew plans to keep its 120-acre farm for agricultural purposes.
The Danbury Daily Voice
Shakespeare Returns To The Stage At Stamford's Curtain Call
Curtain Call theatre's executive director, Lou Ursone, left, director Sara Zimmerman and associate artistic director Peter Barbieri Jr. at Sterling Farm.
Area families will have a new option for caring for their elderly parents when a local family opens a new home health care franchise in Stratford.
The Newtown Bee
Anthem Links Rate Hike Proposal To Hepatitis C Drugs, State Law
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield officials said Friday that the company needs to raise rates on its individual-market policies by an average of 12.5 percent to account for rising pharmaceutical costs, particularly costly new Hepatitis C drugs.
Fairfield County aging along with nation
A new report released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that Fairfield County is aging at the same pace as the rest of the state and nation.
East Haven To Address Cosey Beach Parking Concerns
The East Haven Board of Police Commissioners has agreed to form a new subcommittee to look at parking problems at Cosey Beach that have irked residents for some time, the New Haven Register reports.