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  • Second Annual ‘Fun Dog Show’ taking place Saturday in Ridgefield

    RIDGEFIELD —  Ridgefield Crossings is set to host its Second Annual Fun Dog Show this weekend. Judged categories include best trick, kisser, costume, look alike, tail wager and catcher with a $10 entry fee per dog. All dogs must submit a copy of current vaccines from a licensed veterinarian on the day of the show. All proceeds benefit the One Company Fund and ROAR (Ridgefield Operation Animal Rescue). Raffles, vendors and refreshments will be available. The event takes place Saturday, […]

  • State Troopers won’t face charges in fatal 2015 shooting of bank robbery suspect

    OLD SAYBROOK — No charges will be made against two State Police Troopers who fatally shot a bank robbery suspect in 2015, according to the State’s Attorney’s office. Richard P. Love, 31, of Groton was shot and killed by police at an Old Saybrook motel on October 10, 2015. Trooper First Class Daniel McCarthy, a 23-year veteran of the Connecticut State Police and Trooper First Class Carson Konow, an 8-year veteran of the Connecticut State Police, were both involved in […]

  • State recommends new medical marijuana conditions

    HARTFORD — The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) has released new conditions they’re pushing to add to the conditions list for the state’s Medical Marijuana Program. On Wednesday, the Board of Physicians met to discuss the 5 conditions up for addition. The board suggested adding: Hydrocephalus with Intractable Headache Intractable Migraines  Trigeminal Neuralgia While they were against adding: Anxiety Disorders Menieres Disease On Friday, Commissioner Michelle H. Seagull told the Board of Physicians she agreed with them and planned to move forward with adding […]

  • Police on the lookout for suspect after man shot through ceiling in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — Police were alerted of a shooting at 395 Sherman Parkway in New Haven happened just after 3 a.m. on Friday. Police said when they got there, they found a man suffering from a bullet wound to the left thigh. Tyler Smith, 28, was hit while sitting in his apartment. Authorities say the shot was fired through the ceiling from the apartment below Smith. Police said they checked the third-floor apartment below, but no one was found there. Police said […]

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    UConn: Man tries to run over UConn officers on Storrs Campus

    STORRS —  A Spokesperson for the University of Connecticut, said a Mansfield man tried to run police officers over Wednesday. Spokesperson, Stephanie Reitz said the incident occurred around 3 p.m., where UConn police were told a driver was yelling from his car at people by Mansfield Road on the Storrs Campus. Reitz said police pulled the vehicle over, but the driver sped at them and tried to strike them with the car as they approached on foot to speak with him. “They were able to […]

  • Hartford’s Hooker Day Parade & Festival canceled

    HARTFORD — Hartford’s long-running Hooker Day Parade and Festival scheduled for Saturday, May 13 has been cancelled due to the threat of rain. The event, which celebrates the unique art and culture of the city, has become a highly anticipated happening over the years. Hartford.com says they’re sorry to see the 2017 bash be halted over the possibility of bad weather. The Hooker Day event first began in 1991 as a parade, organized by Mayor Mike Peters. It was created to bring excitement […]

  • Connecticut-based Farmer’s Cow unveils limited edition milk flavor

    LEBANON — The Farmer’s Cow has released their utterly unique milk flavor for the spring season, Raspberry White Chocolate. The Raspberry White Chocolate Milk combines fresh whole milk with the sweetness of white chocolate and the fruitiness of fresh picked raspberries. The creamy treat contains all-natural ingredients, no artificial flavors, and no high fructose corn syrup. It also packs 8 grams of protein per serving and has no artificial growth hormones or antibiotics. The company said, fans of their Maple Milk will […]

  • Team 26 Rides from Newtown to Washington

    Team 26 leaves D.C. for Newtown, cycling to raise awareness on gun violence

    NEWTOWN — For the 5th consecutive year, Team 26 has hit the road. The cyclists left the nation’s capitol on Thursday with plans to roll into Newtown on Sunday, May 7. Team 26 is a group of cyclists who joined together after the Sandy Hook Tragedy, in honor of the 26 victims. They ride and rally to raise awareness on gun violence. While pushing Congress to pass stricter gun control laws, which they say would make Americans safer. Alexis Wainwright with Medill News Service, was at the kick off in […]

  • Panera Bread will now deliver your food order, all while giving back to the community

    HARTFORD — Panera Bread’s delivery service has officially launched in the Hartford area. As a part of the launch, the bakery-cafe chain is giving back to the community. For every delivery order processed, participating restaurants will donate a meal to a Connecticut senior citizen through Meals on Wheels. The promotion starts May 8 and will run though May 31. Panera says the delivery option makes it easier for patrons in Hartford to get their favorites delivered at home, at work, and for […]

  • Senator Murphy pushes for gun reform laws during ‘Voices of Victims’ speech in D.C.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Chris Murphy delivered a speech in Washington, D.C. Thursday on gun violence. The “Voices of Victims” address honored and gave a voice to those personally impacted by gun violence. Murphy called on the Trump Administration and Congress to pass gun reform laws. Murphy has pushed many times for laws to make streets, schools and communities safer. While repeatedly introducing legislation to support measures such as background checks, stopping illegal weapon sales, stricter license requirements and keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. […]

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