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On Sunday, a Halley Avenue resident reported their 2008 Mercedes Benz was stolen from the driveway. Although the car was locked, a key to the Mercedes was in the homeowner’s other car, which was left unlocked.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 20
The 17-room gray colonial farmhouse at 202 Mansfield Ave. was built in 1914 and, at 104 years old, does not show her age.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 19
The event is scheduled for 2 p.m., Wednesday, September 26, in the University Commons on main campus, 5151 Park Avenue. It is free and open to the public.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 19
Among its historic and distinctive features are its decorative brackets under an ornamental cornice on the front facade, cross-gabled roof, its tall ceilings and windows, and its spacious covered front veranda with several sets of double columns.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 18
Justin Lazaro, 37, was charged with criminal attempt at first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespass, violation of a protective order and possession of burglary tools after he was found trying to break into his ex-girlfriend’s home.
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Westport News Sep 18
A rise in student absences and parents’ concern for the safety of Coleytown Middle School students amid ongoing mold issues prompted Westport’s superintendent to close the school for the rest of the week.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 18
The classic contemporary house was built at the water’s edge in 1975, and it offers magnificent views from every major room.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 17
MacNamara will become the executive director of public safety and governmental affairs at Sacred Heart University.
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Fairfield RTM District 10 Representatives Sep 10
Residents invited to Southport Neighborhood Crime Update & Prevention Meeting Oct.4th presented by Fairfield Police Department & sponsored by RTM DISTRICT 10 Reps DETAILS:
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 17
From the ample driveway there is a bluestone path, one side of it bordered by Belgium block, which leads to the covered two-story entrance marked by two tall columns.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 16
Ferguson allegedly shoved her roommate to the floor and got on top of her. When the victim began to scream, she said Ferguson covered her mouth and she could not breathe.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 16
Police said Dennis Bonner, 61, of New York City, went to the People’s branch at 1055 Post Road and presented a withdrawal slip for $1,400 from an account he did not own, with a forged signature.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 16
Gingrave, who started at McKinley in August, lived in Portugal until she was 16 before moving to Rhode Island.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 15
According to police, Brian Defilio, 23, of Caroline Street, was involved in a shoplifting incident at the store on July 16, when he was spotted by store security grabbing two saws.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 15
The first is a 2015 black Audi Q5, and the second car was a 2015 Infiniti Q50.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 15
The stolen tires and rims were valued at $4,000. The car was left on milk crates.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 15
Parents and staff, however, pushed back at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting on any possible plans to decentralize the special education preschool program to several different elementary schools.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 15
The fill pile, in place for decades, was shut down after neighbor complaints about noise, and the discovery of a small area contaminated with PCBs and lead.
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 14
Fire Chief Denis McCarthy said on a wall at the footprint of the Twin Towers hangs a sign that reads, “No day shall erase you from the memory of time.”
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Fairfield Citizen Sep 14
At the Tuesday Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Toni Jones suggested the possibility of a smaller magnet program instead of an interdistrict magnet school.
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