The latest victim was a beagle. The dog’s owner said she had let it out in the backyard, but later found it mauled by a coyote in the front yard.
Residents living near Fairfield Ludlowe High School needn’t keep their eyes fixed on the sky anymore.
You may remember that hawk that has been attacking people in Connecticut. Well, now something is being done about it.
The Christmas day fire that killed three children and two of their grandparents in Stamford looms over this year’s ‘spring forward’ reminder to change smoke detector batteries.
Peter Kantorowski has withdrawn a lawsuit trying to evict his 98-year-old mother and will allow her to remain in her Fairfield, Conn. home.
Snow is expected to arrive around midday and will mix with and change to sleet and then rain in the afternoon. There is expected to be little or no accumulation on roads before the changeover in New York City.
Nearly six months after Hurricane Irene, some Tri-State Area residents are still picking up the pieces. Many residents across New Jersey and Connecticut are still faced with cleanup and issues surrounding FEMA funds.
John Calipari has never lost at Rupp Arena since he’s been the head coach at Kentucky. And that trend will likely continue on Saturday against the Commodores.
Living out her life in her own home in Fairfield, it’s unlikely Mary Kantorowski ever dreamed that at age 98, her own son would be trying to evict her.
A match up between the two most talented teams in the MAAC Conference features a chance for the Stags to make a statement and the Gaels to remedy their inconsistencies.
Bird watchers in New York City love to see the occasional hawk, but it’s a different story in one upscale Connecticut town. Residents in Fairfield say the birds of prey have become a menace.
It’s one thing to assume that rail service will be safe, reliable, and professional, but it’s a real commitment when you have it in writing.
Police have seen this before, but this holiday season there seems to be an uptick in the number of thieves stealing packages delivered to homes in Fairfield and in Southport.
Many in New Jersey are fed up with the frequent flooding in their area and want out.
The town librarians in Fairfield have chosen a free verse novel, call it a compelling read, and expect thousands of residents to be turning the pages.