Cornwall, NYPosted by
Hudson Valley Post

Hudson Valley Needs Help After 4-Year-Old Killed In Head-On Crash

A four-year-old is the second person to die following a head-on crash that injured eight. On Saturday, July 17 around 8:30 p.m., New York State Police from the Montgomery barracks responded to a two-vehicle crash on State Route 32 in the town of Cornwall. The preliminary investigation revealed that 38-year-old Helen Rivera of the City of Newburgh was driving south in a 2009 Toyota Corolla when she crossed into the northbound lane and struck a 2010 Dodge Journey.
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Police: Bridgeport men charged following incident at Westfield Trumbull mall

TRUMBULL — Officials arrested three Bridgeport residents Monday after an incident at the Westfield Trumbull mall in which “several police vehicles” were hit, according to police. One of the men, 23-year-old Dominique Reid, has been charged with first-degree larceny, reckless driving, engaging police in pursuit, evading motor vehicle accident, first-degree...
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New Britain, CTNBC Connecticut

Teens in Stolen Car Hit Police Cruiser in New Britain

Four teens were taken into custody after crashing a stolen vehicle into a police cruiser in New Britain early Tuesday morning, according to police. Officers saw a 2014 Honda Civic that had been stolen from Stratford around 1:50 a.m. and tried to stop it. The driver sped off toward the...
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Fairfield County, CTPosted by
Daily Voice

New Sighting Of 'Bear 211' Reported In Fairfield County

A black bear taking a summer stroll in Fairfield County made the most of a neighbor’s amenities as it took in the sights over the weekend. A Town of Fairfield woman living in the Greenfield Hill neighborhood shared photos of “Bear 211” who had previously been tagged, as it made the rounds for approximately 45 minutes in the family’s backyard at around 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 24.
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CBS New York

Police: Hennawi Salem Charged With Sexually Assaulting Women At Connecticut Furniture Store

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A Connecticut man is accused of luring women into the basement of his furniture store and sexually assaulting them. Hennawi Salem was arrested on the latest charges Monday. (Credit: Bridgeport Police) Police said he lured female customers into the basement of Salem Furniture on Porter Street in Bridgeport. He asked two women to lie down and test a mattress before sexually assaulting them, police said. Salem was arrested on similar charges last September and then again last Tuesday after four other women made similar accusations. Police said the latest two victims came forward after seeing him on the news.
Stamford, CTMiddletown Press

Former Trump Parc takes on new moniker: Park Tower Stamford

STAMFORD — Tenants of the former Trump Parc voted to shed the name of the former president earlier this year, and on Monday, they announced the building would go by a new name: Park Tower Stamford. Last year, the condo board of the building voted 7-0 to remove Donald Trump’s...
New Haven, CTPosted by
New Haven Independent

New Haven Gives Friends A PU$H Into Fashion

PU$H is a clothing line run by three friends who grew up together around New Haven — Shannon Harrell, Jr., Johnathan Mitchell, and Jamon Rouse — with a passion for sports, fashion, and improving the situation for themselves and their community. But it’s really the product of a family, the “family we chose,” Mitchell said.
New Haven, CTMiddletown Press

Gov. Lamont sees no need for vaccine mandates, at least for now

NEW HAVEN — As California and New York City moved Monday towards mandating vaccinations to quell a surge in COVID-19 cases, Gov. Ned Lamont worked with high school coaches to coax athletes to voluntarily improve lagging vaccination rates among the young. “Nobody wants mandates. I know how tired everybody is....
Waterbury, CTMiddletown Press

Waterbury police identify weekend homicide victim

WATERBURY — A New Haven resident has been identified as the 37-year-old man who died following a shooting Saturday in Waterbury, according to police. In a release Monday, police said Douglas Daniels was fatally shot over the weekend. Two other people were also injured in the incident, according to police.