• food insecurity Jan 9

    Food Distribution Broadening Across The State

    Connecticut Food Bank and Foodshare, which are in serious merger talks, are already collaborating. The two organizations will be starting three new emergency food distribution centers. They’ll be located in New London, Norwich and Norwalk and will all be modeled after a very successful site in East Hartford. Day after day, month after month, people have been finding relief...

  • Norwalk Police Jan 6

    Two Norwalk Police Officers On Leave, Facing Charges After On-Duty Incident

    Two Norwalk police officers are on administrative leave and facing charges after they were found together in a hotel room while on-duty, department officials said Tuesday. Police officials said the two officers, 31-year-old Sara Laudano and 38-year-old Michael Dimeglio, were both on duty on October 10, 2020. Department officials said the situation began around 12:47 a.m., when dispatchers could not…

  • Norwalk Jan 2

    3 Norwalk Stores Fined For Not Complying With Sale of Nicotine and Vape Products to Minors

    Three stores were fined after they were found to not be in compliance with the sale of nicotine and vaping products to minors, police said. Norwalk officials said that Vapewise on Liberty Square, Mohegan Smoke Shop on North Main Street, and the Citgo gas station on East Avenue were found to not be in compliance. The Norwalk Special Services Division…

  • Norwalk Nov 22, 2020

    Two Norwalk Schools Transition to Remote Learning Through End of November

    Two Norwalk schools announced Friday that they will transition to full remote learning amid coronavirus concerns, school officials said. Brien McMahon High School and the Center for Global Studies will make the transition starting Monday, Nov. 23. The schools will return to the hybrid learning model starting Monday, Nov. 30. School officials said the decision was made after careful consideration…

  • Norwalk Oct 30, 2020

    State to Detail Additional Funding to Replace Norwalk Walk Bridge

    State transportation officials are set to announce additional details behind a plan to replace the 124-year-old Walk Bridge in Norwalk, which is located on the busy Northeast rail corridor. Gov. Ned Lamont is expected to join Department of Transportation Commissioner Joseph Giuletti to share details of a $79.7 million federal grant to help with replacing the bridge. Periodically, the Walk…

  • Norwalk Oct 17, 2020

    11 New COVID-19 Cases in Norwalk Public Schools

    The city of Norwalk said there are 11 new COVID-19 cases in the city’s school district. Norwalk Public Schools said they were made aware of the new cases on Friday. Of the new cases, at least six are involving members of the Brien McMahon High School and Center for Global Studies school communities, city officials said. Mayor Harry Rilling said…

  • COVID-19 Oct 13, 2020

    State's Coronavirus Positivity Rate Climbs

    Connecticut’s COVID-19 positivity rate jumped to 2.4% on Tuesday, the highest number since June.

  • Norwalk Oct 11, 2020

    Mailman Rescues Man in Chainsaw Accident in Norwalk, Calif.

    A mailman helped a man after he accidentally cut himself with a chainsaw in Norwalk.

  • Norwalk Oct 5, 2020

    Driver Hits Wall, Tree in Norwalk

    Part of Fairfield Avenue in Norwalk is closed after a driver hit a wall and a tree. Police said a vehicle that came off Interstate 95 went through the intersection of Fairfield Avenue at a high rate of speed and hit a stone wall and a tree. The driver was taken to the hospital for injuries, but the extent of…

  • Norwalk Sep 28, 2020

    Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Sedated Woman at Norwalk Hospital

    Police have arrested a man who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman who was sedated at Norwalk Hospital last month. Officers said on August 29, they learned about a woman who was sexually assaulted by a male patient at Norwalk Hospital. The male patient, later identified as 44-year-old Rodney Daniels, of Stamford, was at the hospital because of PCP…

  • Norwalk Sep 14, 2020

    I-95 North in Norwalk Reopens Following Tractor-Trailer Fire

    Interstate 95 in Norwalk has fully reopened after a tractor-trailer fire partially closed the highway on Monday. State Dept. of Transportation officials said a tractor-trailer fire closed the right and center lanes of I-95 north between exits 16 and 17. The highway has since fully reopened. It’s unclear if anyone was injured in the fire.

  • Norwalk Sep 12, 2020

    Man Arrested After Domestic Incident in Norwalk: Police

    A man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted his wife in Norwalk, according to police. Police said they responded to Creeping Hemlock Drive for a domestic dispute . The caller told police that 53-year-old Joseph Sanders had choked his wife and was making Molotov cocktails intending on “committing suicide by cop,” according to police. Police said they found “improvised Molotov…

  • Norwalk Sep 5, 2020

    Woman Transported After Crash in Norwalk

    A woman was transported to the hospital after her was found on its side, in a foot of water in Norwalk Saturday morning. At 4:28 am, firefighters responded to a report of a car off the Merritt Parkway into the Norwalk River. When crews arrived the car, a Hyundai Sedan, was found on its side, in a foot of water,…

  • Norwalk Sep 5, 2020

    Man Hit, Seriously Injured by Train in Norwalk

    A man has been seriously injured after officials say he was struck by train in Norwalk early Saturday morning. Norwalk Fire Department responded to a report of a man struck by a train at the Catherine Street Railroad Crossing just before 1 a.m. According Deputy Chief Edward Prescott, the man was found lying alongside the tracks with serious injuries to…

  • Norwalk Sep 3, 2020

    Crews Investigate 2nd Fire in Vacant Norwalk Home

    An investigation is underway after a fire at a vacant home in Norwalk Wednesday afternoon. Norwalk Fire Department responded to a fire in a vacant house on Strawberry Hill Avenue at 2 p.m. Police said when they arrived a well involved fire was found in the basement and indications of fire in many other parts of the structure. According to…

  • Norwalk Aug 28, 2020

    Candle Causes House Fire in Norwalk

    A Norwalk man has been displaced after police say a candle started a fire in his home Friday morning. Norwalk Fire responded to a house fire on Marlin Drive just after 3:30 a.m. According to police, the fire started in the second floor bedroom after a candle fell off a table. The man was safely evacuated with no injuries. “There…

  • Donald Trump Aug 24, 2020

    DOT Sign Hacked to Display ‘Trump 2020' Message in Norwalk

    A portable Department of Transportation sign at a road construction site in Norwalk was hacked Monday morning to display a pro-Trump message. The sign is at a milling and resurfacing project along Route 136 in Norwalk. Drivers passing the sign this morning saw the message “Don’t Vote Joe” and “Trump 2020.” A spokesman for the DOT said their crews discovered…

  • Norwalk Aug 23, 2020

    Police Still Looking for Murderer on 30-Year Anniversary of Norwalk Cold Case

    Police are still looking for the person who murdered then 28-year-old Evelyn Colon in Norwalk thirty years ago. Police said several persons of interest were identified in the investigation but there are still no firm suspects in the case. On Aug. 23, 1990, at approximately 2:00 a.m., officers received a call from Colon’s 9-year-old daughter that her mother had been…

  • Connecticut Aug 19, 2020

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  • Norwalk Aug 19, 2020

    Police Are Trying to ID Man Struck and Killed on I-95 in Norwalk

    State police are trying to identify the man who was struck by several vehicles on Interstate 95 in Norwalk on Sunday night and died. The man’s family has not been notified because police do not know who he is. State police said Troop G received several 911 calls around 9:17 p.m. Sunday about two people walking on I-95 North in…

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