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  1. Former Wilton Preschool Aide Gets 2 Years In Prison For Child Porn

    Former Wilton Preschool Aide Gets 2 Years In Prison For Child Porn

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A former assistant at a Wilton preschool was sentenced Friday to six years in prison, suspended after two years, after pleading guilty to second-degree possession of child pornography, according to a report in ctpost.com. The prison sentence for Eric Von Kohorn, 55, of Southport, will be suspended after he serves two year and will be followed by 10 years of probation, ...

  2. New Canaan's Silvermine School Of Art Throws Halloween Party For Kids

    New Canaan's Silvermine School Of Art Throws Halloween Party For Kids

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- The Silvermine School of Art will hold a Children’s Halloween Art Party on Sunday, Oct. 25, giving kids a creative afternoon of crafts, treats, games and a Halloween parade around the Silvermine campus in New Canaan. All ages are welcome. Silvermine School of Art teachers Marta Kot, Karen Siegel, Megan Collins, Inez Andrucyk, Lisa Scroggins, Jon Puzzuoli and ...

  3. Saugatuck Rower From Rowayton Wins Gold At Head Of Charles Regatta

    Saugatuck Rower From Rowayton Wins Gold At Head Of Charles Regatta

    WESTPORT, Conn. – The Westport-based Saugatuck Rowing Club junior women won gold and silver in highly contested events at the 51st Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, scoring a rare repeat victory and setting a course record. With a time of 16 minutes, 46.9 seconds, the winning women’s youth 8+ bested by nearly three seconds a 2010 record for the 5-kilometer course, which winds along ...

  4. Man Injured When Bullet Strikes Window Of Norwalk Variety Store

    Man Injured When Bullet Strikes Window Of Norwalk Variety Store

    NORWALK — Norwalk police are analyzing evidence from a Monday night shooting that resulted in serious injuries to one person, according to a report in thehour.com. A bullet hit the window of In & Out Variety Store, 178 Main St., about 9:45 p.m., thehour reported. When officers arrived, they learned that a man near the store was being treated for serious injuries caused by a bullet, ...

  5. Norwalk Could See First Freeze Of Season This Weekend

    Norwalk Could See First Freeze Of Season This Weekend

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Winter is on its way, and if you needed any reminders, Fairfield County could see frost this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. A freeze watch is in effect from late Saturday night through Sunday morning for the New York metropolitan area, including Fairfield County; Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties in New York; and parts of Passaic ...

  6. Road Resurfacing On Route 1 In Norwalk Begins Monday

    Road Resurfacing On Route 1 In Norwalk Begins Monday

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Connecticut Department of Transportation next week will begin resurfacing the roadway on Route 1 between the Interstate 95 Exit 14 intersection and Fairfield Avenue.Work will begin Monday and will take about two weeks, weather permitting, DOT said. The work will be done in sections.Drivers should expect rotating lane closures in both directions. Motorists should be ...

  7. Norwalk Symphony Orchestra Presents All-Tchaikovsky Festival

    Norwalk Symphony Orchestra Presents All-Tchaikovsky Festival

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra begins its 2015-16 season on Saturday, Oct. 17, with an All-Tchaikovsky Festival, under the baton of Jonathan Yates. Featured guest soloist Jennifer Frautschi will perform the composer’s Violin Concerto in D. The evening will also include the Bluebird Pas de deux from “Sleeping Beauty,” accompanied by a video montage by Russian émigré ...

  8. Norwalk Expands Grant Program To Offer Education For Teachers

    Norwalk Expands Grant Program To Offer Education For Teachers

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk Public Schools and the Norwalk Federation of Teachers have announced an expanded partnership with Fund for Teachers for 2016 fellowships. Two information sessions for teachers interested in applying for the grants will be held Tuesday at 2:45 and 3:45 p.m. at West Rocks Middle School. Applications for 2016 are due by Jan. 16, and recipients will be notified in ...

  9. Ernestine 'Teenie' Fuller, 73, Longtime Norwalk Resident

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Ernestine “Teenie” Fuller, 73, a longtime Norwalk resident, died Sunday, Oct. 4. Fuller was born March 29, 1942, in Elkhorn, W.Va., daughter of Beatrice Moorman Reed and Wilbur Reed. She retired from MBI Inc. of Norwalk and was a member of Caanan Institutional Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Philip “James” Fuller; and her sister Bernice ...

  10. Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Two Stamford residents are facing child neglect charges after police said they found their dehydrated and malnourished son living in a filthy and unsanitary home. On Sept. 28, the Stamford police patrol division was dispatched to 117 Myrtle Ave. to investigate a medical call. Upon arrival, patrol units found a severely dehydrated and malnourished female caring for a ...

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