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  1. Fairfield Police: Bridgeport Woman Shoved $300 In Stolen Clothes In Handbag

    Fairfield Police: Bridgeport Woman Shoved $300 In Stolen Clothes In Handbag

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A Bridgeport woman was arrested Friday, when she was found with more than $300 in Kohl’s merchandise stuffed in her handbag, police said.Loss prevention officers at the Tunxis Hill Road store said they watched Brandi Soares, 20, of Madison Avenue, bring her handbag and several items into a fitting room, only to come out a few minutes later with just the bag, police ...

  2. Bridgeport Breaks Ground On Second Phase Of Steelpointe Harbor

    Bridgeport Breaks Ground On Second Phase Of Steelpointe Harbor

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Bridgeport Landing Development on Monday broke ground on the second phase of the much-anticipated Steelpointe Harbor project, laying the ground work for the three-story DockMaster building and a public harbor walk.“The end product is going to be nothing short of magnificent,” Mayor Joe Ganim said of the project.Work on the lower peninsula is expected to eventually ...

  3. Fairfield Police: Man Flashes Woman At Downtown Library

    Fairfield Police: Man Flashes Woman At Downtown Library

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A man exposed himself to a woman at Fairfield Public Library Saturday afternoon, police said.The woman told police she was in a conference room at the main Old Post Road library around 3:15 p.m when a man sitting nearby pulled out his penis and began rubbing it and looking at her. She tried to take a photo with her cell phone, but the man covered up, told her he was ...

  4. Staples High Grad Offers Timely Discussion On Race And Law Enforcement

    Staples High Grad Offers Timely Discussion On Race And Law Enforcement

    WESTPORT, Conn. — CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues, a Staples High School alumnus, comes back to town June 8 for a timely discussion on race and law enforcement at Westport Library.Pegues, author of “Black and Blue: Inside the Divide Between the Police and Black America,” will be joined in his 7 p.m. discussion by Westport Police Chief Foti Koskinas.In the book, Pegues, justice and ...

  5. Fairfield Police: Armed Pair Stickup Southport Dunkin' Donuts

    Fairfield Police: Armed Pair Stickup Southport Dunkin' Donuts

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A man and woman held up the Southport Dunkin’ Donuts at gunpoint Saturday night, making off with a register tray full of cash and a customer’s wallet and cell phone, police said.Around 7:30 p.m. the pair entered the Post Road eatery and the woman went to the counter and ordered a donut. When the cashier opened the register, the man pulled out what appeared to be a ...

  6. Aprés ‘Hamilton:’ Westporter Tells It Like It Is On Broadway And Beyond

    Aprés ‘Hamilton:’ Westporter Tells It Like It Is On Broadway And Beyond

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Westporter Ed Katz caught the film and theater bug early and film became one of his two majors at Syracuse University. But it was when, as newlyweds, his wife took him to see “Les Miserables” on Broadway that he truly became enamored with The Great White Way. “After that I started to love musicals, too,” said the award-winning marketing guru. “Then I took her to see ...

  7. Bridgeport Matriarch, 103, 'Iconic' Volunteer Honored For Mother's Day

    Bridgeport Matriarch, 103, 'Iconic' Volunteer Honored For Mother's Day

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — When Christine Correnti was born on Feb, 5, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson was in the White House, Henry Ford had just introduced an assembly line for the Model T and Charlie Chaplin was three days from debuting his beloved “Little Tramp” persona.So it seemed fitting this Mother’s Day weekend that the city pay tribute to this nearly 104-year-old great-grandmother of ...

  8. Fairfield Warde Soccer Star Reaches Goal Of International Competition

    Fairfield Warde Soccer Star Reaches Goal Of International Competition

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Jason Deck’s passion for soccer began at the tender age of one, when the Fairfield toddler first pushed a size 1 ball around his family room.By age 3, he was on his first recreational team, developing his skills and stamina.Well, all the hard work and determination has paid off: Deck, who plays for Fairfield Warde High School and Fairfield County premier travel team ...

  9. National Teacher Of The Year To Speak At Bridgeport Scholarship Dinner

    National Teacher Of The Year To Speak At Bridgeport Scholarship Dinner

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Waterbury school teacher Jahana Hayes, the 2016 National Teacher of the Year, will be the guest speaker at the 4th annual Daniel Trust Awards Dinner, an evening honoring top students and teachers in Bridgeport.Twelve city seniors will receive $2,000 college scholarships from the Daniel Trust Foundation at the dinner to be held at 6 p.m. June 2 at Bridgeport Holiday ...

  10. Ahoy, Matie! Motor On Over To Boating Safety Day In Fairfield

    Ahoy, Matie! Motor On Over To Boating Safety Day In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Is your boat ready for the summer season?Head on over to South Benson Marina May 20 for the Fairfield Police Marine Unit’s annual Boating Safety Day.Professionals will be on hand for vessel inspections and child safety seat installations.You can also stop for a slice at the Colony Grill pizza truck stationed at this free event held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.The marina is ...

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