The 118-year-old railroad bridge over the Norwalk River was reopened for the first time since it broke down a week ago, allowing boat traffic to finally pass through.

The bridge opened for a few minutes to allow stranded boats into the Long Island Sound, then closed again allowing train traffic to continue as usual Saturday.

Workers spent the morning making sure the bridge would open...

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