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Multi-million dollar homes and yachts are viewed in ads in a real estate office in Greenwich, CT (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Real Estate Sales Hold Steady In Fairfield

Despite all of the instability in the economy, real estate sales in Fairfield County, Connecticut are holding relatively steady.

08/05/2011

Mountain lion

Scientists: Cougar Traversed Continent Over 2 Years On Way To Fairfield County

A mountain lion killed in Connecticut last month is now confirmed to have crossed half a continent before arriving in upscale Fairfield County.

07/27/2011

Admitted Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad (credit: AP)

Fairfield County Sees Cut In Homeland Security Funding

$4 million has already been spent on a communication system designed to allow emergency responders to speak with each other on the same frequency. $2 million is needed to finish it.

05/25/2011

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To Beat The Summer Heat, Connecticut Light And Power In Final Stages Of $33 Million Power Upgrade

Connecticut Light and Power spokesman Mitch Gross says the idea is to make certain the power equipment is in top-notch condition for the summer power surge.

05/18/2011

electric car

Electric Car Charging Stations Opening In Norwalk

The Norwalk Parking Authority and Car Charging Group Inc., a provider of electric vehicle charging services, are celebrating the opening of the first electric vehicle charging stations in a municipal parking area in Fairfield County.

01/29/2011

Fairfield, CT - File / Photo: Town of Fairfield

Malloy To Show Fairfield Co. Some Love As Gov.

When Dan Malloy was elected governor of Connecticut, there was an enthusiastic show of thumbs up from members of the business community in Fairfield County.

12/27/2010

A car is filled with gasoline - File / Photo: THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images

Will Connecticut Gas Prices Fall In New Year?

Do you fill up your gas tank in Connecticut? One industry expert has news for you.

12/21/2010

A deer is seen in Wurtsboro, NY - Aug 7, 2010 - Photo: Evan Bindelglass / WCBS 880

Controlling The Deer Population Costs A Lot In Fairfield

Topping the list for expenses was the town of Fairfield, which spent spent $17 million trying to keep its deer population under control.

08/26/2010

The area around a damaged Bridgeport building is secured by police. (Photo/Paul Murnane)

Connecticut Requests Disaster Aid For Tornado Damage

Gov. M. Jodi Rell is seeking federal financial aid for Bridgeport and other Fairfield County towns impacted by a tornado on June 24.

08/20/2010

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