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Four injured, one dead after Shelton stabbing

Four people were stabbed, and one teenager died after a fight in Shelton on Saturday night. An off duty Ridgefield police officer was involved in the shooting death of a beloved mother bear in Newtown, according to Ridgefield’s police chief. Updated: May. 15, 2022 at 12:28 PM UTC. Meteorologist...
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Vehicle Crashes into Pole on Berlin Turnpike

The Newington Volunteer Fire Department is on the scene of a motor vehicle that crashed into a pole on the Berlin Turnpike. Officials said the accident took place Sunday night on the Berlin Turnpike on Ann Street. Residents are asked to avoid the area. No reports on injuries have been...
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East Hampton Police Reports For The Week Of May 12

AMAGANSETT — East Hampton Town Police arrested Mark W. Wilson, 62, on May 2 and charged him with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, a misdemeanor, and harassment in... more. EAST HAMPTON — A Roberts Lane resident called Town Police on April 23 to report that between April...

One teen dead, three injured in Shelton stabbing, police say

SHELTON — A teenager is dead and three others injured after a stabbing incident on Laurel Glen Drive on Saturday night, police said. Shelton police said they responded to reports of a fight and stabbing at a residence on Laurel Glen Drive around 11: 55 p.m. Police found numerous...

Letter: Union busting likely to prove costly to taxpayers

Several judgments against the City have resulted in Shelton taxpayers assuming unnecessary financial burdens. The first was a recent ruling by the State Labor Relations Board regarding three separate actions involving the Shelton Police Department. The SLRB found the City was in violation of the existing Police Union Contract by its denial of bathroom access and related items. The City did not negotiate in good faith per the SLRB.

H-K Boys’ Lacrosse Refusing to Lose; Softball and Baseball Squads Notch Two Victories

Freshman Gunnar Howes helped the Cougars increase their win streak to 10-straight games by claiming victories against Old Saybrook and Cromwell in last week’s action. (Photo courtesy of Liz Griswold) Boys’ Lacrosse. The Haddam-Killingworth boys’ lacrosse team improved its record to 12-1 on the year after scoring victories...

Sen. Blumenthal demanding swift action on baby formula shortage

Washington, D.C.  (WTNH) – U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, is joining the chair of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, the Diaper Bank of Connecticut and local families in Washington D.C. at 9:30 A.M to demand swift action to address the concerning shortage of baby formula. The Diaper Bank of Connecticut is holding a conference […]

How Tweed New Haven Airport is impacting local residents

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – It’s been six months since Avelo starting flying 737s out of Tweed New Haven Airport. Whether or not you like that may depend on where you live. “When the planes are taking off or coming in, it sounds like they’re in my bedroom said Jean Edwards-Chieppo of East Haven.” But […]

Branford-East Haven Lacrosse Team Competing with Belief

With a spot in states already locked up, the Branford-East Haven (Bfd-EH) co-op boys’ lacrosse team split a pair of recent games to put the team’s record at 8-6 entering the final week of the regular season. Head Coach Jim May is looking for his team to continue relying on its senior leaders as the Hornets gear up to make a run in the playoffs.

Step Inside This Creepy Abandoned Connecticut Hotel

On Friday morning, January 10, 2020, guests at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromwell, Connecticut, were told to pack their suitcases and leave the premises immediately. Imagine being woken up by a pounding on your door and told to pack up your belongings and vacate the building immediately. There was no warning and initially no reason why.

This Morning’s Bulletin — 5.16.22

• There’s a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today, mainly after 5 p.m., with patchy fog before 8 a.m. and mostly cloudy skies, with a high near 69 degrees and a light southwest wind, becoming south 5 to 10 miles per hour in the morning. We’re expecting showers and thunderstorms this evening, mostly before 10 p.m, with skies gradually clearing and a low around 53. Tuesday will be sunny, with a high near 71 and Wednesday will be sunny, with a high near 69.