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Jay Polansky

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Born and raised in Fairfield County, Jay graduated from Fairfield University. He has written for Hearst Connecticut Newspapers.

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  1. Norwalk Man Busted On Drug Charges After Accepting Ecstasy Delivery

    Norwalk Man Busted On Drug Charges After Accepting Ecstasy Delivery

    NORWALK, Conn. — A 26-year-old Norwalk man faces several drug charges after he accepted and signed for three packages containing more than 750 grams of MDMA ecstasy addressed to him on Wednesday, police said.U.S. Customs and Border Protection discovered the packages, which were addressed to Norwalk resident Joshua Lucas (A.K.A. Joshua Pucheta), during routine processing and notified ...

  2. Norwalk Man Charged With Shoving Juvenile During Domestic Fight

    Norwalk Man Charged With Shoving Juvenile During Domestic Fight

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A 56-year-old Norwalk man shoved one person and pushed another to the ground during an argument Wednesday, police said.Police responded to the report of a physical altercation at a home on Fairfield Avenue at 11:30 p.m. Officers made contact with the complainant, who said the fight started as a domestic dispute between the complainant and Leroy Blanding. After the ...

  3. Multiple Dead Bunker Fish Found Floating In Stamford Waterway

    Multiple Dead Bunker Fish Found Floating In Stamford Waterway

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford resident Marge Pavlov saw an unusual and disturbing sight on a morning walk near Czescik Marina — more than a dozen dead fish floating in the water.They were 15 to 20 Menhaden, which are better known as bunker fish. Later, Pavlov learned she wasn't the only one who noticed signs of the small fish kill in Stamford Harbor.One of her friends also observed dead ...

  4. Murphy: Startups Need Support to Fuel Job Growth In Connecticut

    Murphy: Startups Need Support to Fuel Job Growth In Connecticut

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Startups make up only a small percentage of the U.S. economy, but they are a powerful economic force.“They are only 8 percent of companies in this country, but they are 20 percent of new jobs,” U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said at a roundtable discussion held at Comradity in Stamford on Wednesday morning.Even so, startups face big challenges: Half are gone by year ...

  5. Pet Food Entrepreneur Caters To Canines In Norwalk

    Pet Food Entrepreneur Caters To Canines In Norwalk

    WESTPORT, Conn. — When Paul Gallant’s dog, Hunter, was 3 years old, he was diagnosed with cancer. Doctors gave him six months to live.But through holistic medicine and a food-based approach, Hunter will turn 10 in November. Through it all, Gallant, who has worked in masonry for 30 years, cooked all of Hunter's meals. After he started feeding Hunter healthy, wholesome food, Gallant ...

  6. Norwalk Families Dig Into Healthy Cooking & Gardening Program

    Norwalk Families Dig Into Healthy Cooking & Gardening Program

    NORWALK, Conn. — Five years ago, the Norwalk Health Department wanted to teach city families how to grow their own fresh vegetables and eat healthy meals“We wanted to find a way to marry the two — gardening and nutrition education,” Norwalk Health Department Health Educator Theresa Argonadezzi told Daily Voice on Monday.So, the department started its Growing Gardens, Growing Health ...

  7. Entrepreneur Pairs Breathalyzers With iPhones To Prevent DUIs In Norwalk

    Entrepreneur Pairs Breathalyzers With iPhones To Prevent DUIs In Norwalk

    WILTON, Conn. — Brian Griffin was driving to a funeral early one morning when he started to think about the fragility of life.The Wilton man's thoughts turned to his teenage kids, who were about start driving. Knowing how even the best people can be tempted to drink and drive, Griffin wanted to make sure his children would never get behind the wheel while intoxicated.“My worst fear was ...

  8. Green Party: Stein Gets Needed Signatures To Make The Ballot In Connecticut

    Green Party: Stein Gets Needed Signatures To Make The Ballot In Connecticut

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- The Green Party of Connecticut has collected enough signatures to put presidential candidate Jill Stein on the ballot this November “barring any irregularities with how they are evaluated," co-chair Mike DeRosa said in a statement Friday. According to the party, officials collected 14,000 and 15,000 signatures — about double the required 7,500 valid ...

  9. Entrepreneur Reimagines Gluten-Free Foods At The Rowayton Farmers Market

    Entrepreneur Reimagines Gluten-Free Foods At The Rowayton Farmers Market

    WESTPORT, Conn. — What do Stacy Orseck’s carrot apple muffins and chive dinner rolls have in common? They’re both gluten free.Orseck, a Westport entrepreneur and owner of The Bee & The Baker, offers up an array of baked goods — made without gluten or dairy. And it’s all fresh.“People that are gluten free … have been looking for things they can grab that taste good because a lot of ...

  10. Norwalk Police Ask For Help Identifying Suspect In Theft Of Lotto Tickets

    Norwalk Police Ask For Help Identifying Suspect In Theft Of Lotto Tickets

    UPDATE: The suspect has been identified, police said.NORWALK, Conn. — Detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in multiple thefts of lottery tickets from local businesses, Norwalk police said Thursday.The suspect is a 6-foot-tall balding white man with a medium build, police said. Anyone who recognizes the suspect is asked to to contact Detective Maloney at ...

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