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  1. Greenwich Parents Upset By Delay In Decision Regarding School Start Times

    Greenwich Parents Upset By Delay In Decision Regarding School Start Times

    GREENWICH, Conn. - Parents across Greenwich are frustrated by the school board delaying a decision on whether or not to implement later school start times, according to the Greenwich Time.The decision may not be made until May or June, even though the board previously was scheduled to vote on the matter at its Dec. 17 meeting, the story said.The Time also reported Superintendent of ...

  2. Routine Traffic Stop Results In Drug Charges For Monroe Man

    Routine Traffic Stop Results In Drug Charges For Monroe Man

    MONROE, Conn. — A 22-year-old Monroe man was arrested on possession of marijuana and narcotics charges after a routine traffic stop early Monday, the Monroe Courier said.An officer who pulled over the car driven by Anthony Viglione on Old Zoar Road smelled marijuana, which Viglione admitted he had smoked earlier, the Courier said.During a search of the car, police found marijuana, two ...

  3. Teen Charged With Assault In Greenwich Fight Caught On Cellphones

    Teen Charged With Assault In Greenwich Fight Caught On Cellphones

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A 17-year-old was charged with felony assault in connection with a November fight in Greenwich captured on cellphones in which a 19-year-old was kicked unconscious, according to the Greenwich Time website.The fight occurred Nov. 25 at 7:30 p.m. near Holly Hill Lane and Muskrat Pond Drive, when several individuals kicked, spat on and removed the shoes and socks of the ...

  4. Ridgefield's East Ridge Middle School Selected As Crown Award Finalist

    Ridgefield's East Ridge Middle School Selected As Crown Award Finalist

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. - Schools from Greenwich and Ridgefield joined 60 others from across the country and Canada in being honored by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association as Crown Award finalists.Ridgefield's East Ridge Middle School and Greenwich Academy, were chosen from almost 1,200 entries for their school's magazines in the 2014-15 school year. The awards will be presented ...

  5. Contractor, Friend Charged With Stealing From Shelton Home

    Contractor, Friend Charged With Stealing From Shelton Home

    SHELTON, Conn. - The Shelton Police Department charged two people last week following an investigation into the burglary of a home in September, according to NBC Connecticut.The police charged a contractor who had been working on the home and a friend of his, the story said. They are suspected of stealing electronics and cashing a personal check, the story said. Police charged both ...

  6. Stratford School Aide Charged With Sexual Assault Against Student

    Stratford School Aide Charged With Sexual Assault Against Student

    STRATFORD, Conn. - A Stratford woman was charged by police with sexual assault against a minor after her husband discovered the affair, according to the Connecticut Post.Kyle Damato-Kushel had been the boy's pre-school teacher; she currently works at Wooster Middle School as a teachers aide, the story said. Damato-Kushel was charged with second-degree sexual assault, impairing the ...

  7. Greenwich Police Charge Man With Machete At Train Station

    Greenwich Police Charge Man With Machete At Train Station

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Police were called to a disturbance at the train station on Thursday afternoon, locating him not at the station, but at a nearby McDonalds. According to the Greenwich Times, police were called to the station saying that a man was allegedly wielding a machete. The man, Eric Eddings, 35, of Port Chester, N.Y, was arrested at the McDonalds on West Putnam ...

  8. Nyack's Winter Farmers Market Adds Fishmonger

    Nyack's Winter Farmers Market Adds Fishmonger

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Among the late-winter vegetables and locally made crafts, the 2015-16 Nyack Winter Farmers Market will have a fishmonger at its weekly indoor market at the Nyack Center. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. through March 24, the Winter Farmers Market sells a wide range of items from local vendors. One of the vendors is American Pride Seafood, new at the market. “We’re excited to continue ...

  9. Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Not since the weeks following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, have Americans been as afraid of terrorism, as right now. A New York Times/CBS News poll shows the fear of a potential terror attack is making the messages of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that much more appealing to some Americans. CBS teamed up with the Times and conducted a poll of Americans, showing that ...

  10. Diocesan Youth Choir To Perform Christmas Concert in Norwalk

    Diocesan Youth Choir To Perform Christmas Concert in Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. - The 82-member Diocesan Youth Choir will be taking the stage Friday, Dec. 18 at the Norwalk Concert Hall for its first full-length concert. The choir was formed earlier this year in response to a Diocesan Synod goal to better engage youths in the life of the church across Fairfield County.“We hope people will come out and join us to celebrate the sound and spirit of ...

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