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  • Group voices concerns over state plan to build new Norwalk bridge

    Group voices concerns over state plan to build new Norwalk bridge

    Monday, April 16 2018 6:18 PM EDT2018-04-16 22:18:43 GMT
    A group of Norwalk residents was in Hartford Monday to voice their concerns about state plans to build a new $1.1 billion train bridge over the Norwalk River.A group of Norwalk residents was in Hartford Monday to voice their concerns about state plans to build a new $1.1 billion train bridge over the Norwalk River.

    A group of Norwalk residents was in Hartford Monday to voice their concerns about state plans to build a new $1.1 billion train bridge over the Norwalk River.

    A group of Norwalk residents was in Hartford Monday to voice their concerns about state plans to build a new $1.1 billion train bridge over the Norwalk River.

  • Trout season kicks off Saturday morning

    Trout season kicks off Saturday morning

    Friday, April 13 2018 9:48 PM EDT2018-04-14 01:48:21 GMT
    Trout season begins Saturday morning at 6 a.m., and anglers of all ages are heading to supplies stores across western Connecticut.Trout season begins Saturday morning at 6 a.m., and anglers of all ages are heading to supplies stores across western Connecticut.

    Trout season begins Saturday morning at 6 a.m., and anglers of all ages are heading to supplies stores across western Connecticut.

    Trout season begins Saturday morning at 6 a.m., and anglers of all ages are heading to supplies stores across western Connecticut.

  • Lawmakers mull moratorium on recycled rubber in playgrounds

    Lawmakers mull moratorium on recycled rubber in playgrounds

    Friday, April 6 2018 9:36 PM EDT2018-04-07 01:36:45 GMT
    The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study.The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study.
    The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study.The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study.

    The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study. 

    The Planning and Development Committee of the state House of Representatives debated a bill that would place a moratorium on the use of recycled rubber in new playground construction pending the results of a federal study. 

  • State officials: Warm weather leads to increased ticks

    State officials: Warm weather leads to increased ticks

    Connecticut is expecting an increased amount of ticks this summer, and experts are warning residents to be careful, state officials say. Theodore Andreadis at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment station in New Haven tells News 12 that because of warmer days in January and February, there will be more ticks in the area this summer. "The best method of protection is to just check yourself," he says. "If you've been in an area where there's ticks, you get b...

    Connecticut is expecting an increased amount of ticks this summer, and experts are warning residents to be careful, state officials say. Theodore Andreadis at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment station in New Haven tells News 12 that because of warmer days in January and February, there will be more ticks in the area this summer. "The best method of protection is to just check yourself," he says. "If you've been in an area where there's ticks, you get b...

  • Crews prepare for mosquito season at Eisenhower Park in Milford

    Crews prepare for mosquito season at Eisenhower Park in Milford

    Mosquito spraying is underway in towns and cities across western Connecticut.

    Mosquito spraying is underway in towns and cities across western Connecticut.

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    Norwalk lifts drought restrictions, urges water conservation

    Norwalk lifts drought restrictions, urges water conservation

    Norwalk officials announced Wednesday the end of their drought restrictions after a nearly six-month water emergency.Norwalk officials announced Wednesday the end of their drought restrictions after a nearly six-month water emergency.

    Norwalk officials announced Wednesday the end of their drought restrictions after a nearly six-month water emergency. 

    Norwalk officials announced Wednesday the end of their drought restrictions after a nearly six-month water emergency. 

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    Meeting held to discuss impact of rising sea levels in Norwalk

    Meeting held to discuss impact of rising sea levels in Norwalk

    The issue of rising sea levels in Norwalk was addressed at a meeting.The issue of rising sea levels in Norwalk was addressed at a meeting.
    The issue of rising sea levels in Norwalk was addressed at a meeting. The Norwalk Land Trust was hosting a meeting to talk about how rising sea levels could impact coastal communities. The discussion was held at 7:30 p.m. at the Rowayton Community Center. The meeting was scheduled earlier, but bad weather forced organizers to reschedule.
    The issue of rising sea levels in Norwalk was addressed at a meeting. The Norwalk Land Trust was hosting a meeting to talk about how rising sea levels could impact coastal communities. The discussion was held at 7:30 p.m. at the Rowayton Community Center. The meeting was scheduled earlier, but bad weather forced organizers to reschedule.
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    Dye to be released in Greenwich harbor for wastewater study

    Dye to be released in Greenwich harbor for wastewater study

    Scientists are planning to release dye into Greenwich Harbor to study how wastewater discharges might be affecting shellfish growing areas. Parts of the harbor may turn reddish during the study beginning on Tuesday. Scientists say the dye is not harmful to people or the ecosystem. The study will track the flow of emissions from the Greenwich Water Pollution Control Facility into Long Island Sound to determine where shellfish can be safely harvested. The goal is to use the informatio...
    Scientists are planning to release dye into Greenwich Harbor to study how wastewater discharges might be affecting shellfish growing areas. Parts of the harbor may turn reddish during the study beginning on Tuesday. Scientists say the dye is not harmful to people or the ecosystem. The study will track the flow of emissions from the Greenwich Water Pollution Control Facility into Long Island Sound to determine where shellfish can be safely harvested. The goal is to use the informatio...
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    No injuries reported in Stratford fire that severely damaged home

    No injuries reported in Stratford fire that severely damaged home

    No injuries reported in Stratford fire that severely damaged homeNo injuries reported in Stratford fire that severely damaged home

    A fire this morning in Stratford caused serious damage to a home on North Peters Lane.

    A fire this morning in Stratford caused serious damage to a home on North Peters Lane.

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