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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. Country Fans Flock To Stamford's Alive@Five Concert In Columbus Park

    Country Fans Flock To Stamford's Alive@Five Concert In Columbus Park

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Even though it’s only his second time at Stamford’s Alive @ Five, the summer music series made a good impression on Fairfield’s Alex Jackson on Thursday evening.“The environment’s great, the people are great — everything's awesome,” Jackson said.Jackson, a country fan, has seen stars Tim McGraw and Luke Bryan perform live in concert. But he said it was his first time ...

  2. Students Take Deep Dive Into Summer Science At Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium

    Students Take Deep Dive Into Summer Science At Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium

    NORWALK, Conn. — A group of rising eighth- and ninth-graders in Norwalk is spending part of their summer learning lessons about underwater science at a free weeklong camp at the Maritime Aquarium.“We jam-packed all the fun things we could do into the week," education supervisor Bridget Cervero said from a technology classroom at the aquarium Wednesday.Students made discoveries ...

  3. Norwalk Police: New York Man, 34, Tries to Buy iPhones With Fake Name

    Norwalk Police: New York Man, 34, Tries to Buy iPhones With Fake Name

    NORWALK, Conn. - A 34-year-old New York man who attempted to buy two cell phones using an ID card with a fake name Tuesday morning was charged with larceny and criminal impersonation, police said.Police responded to the cell phone department of Best Buy on Connecticut Avenue at 10:20 a.m. after employees called police about a suspicious transaction, according to police.Police said that ...

  4. Norwalk Police: Driver, 29, Intentionally Hits Woman With Her Car

    Norwalk Police: Driver, 29, Intentionally Hits Woman With Her Car

    NORWALK, Conn. — A 29-year-old driver intentionally struck a woman with her car Monday night after an argument over her driving, Norwalk police said.The woman was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries to her right foot, ankle and head, police said.The incident began when the victim and her daughter were passengers in a car driven by Shannon Landa, police said. ...

  5. Crews Work To Repair Burst Water Main On Meadow Street In South Norwalk

    Crews Work To Repair Burst Water Main On Meadow Street In South Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A large water main burst in South Norwalk late Tuesday morning, leaving a few customers without water and other city residents with discolored water.Water technical specialist Rocco Cundari at South Norwalk Electric and Water said he believed the break was reported at 11:30 a.m. Crews were on the scene Tuesday afternoon and repairs were underway. “We should have it ...

  6. South Main Street Reopens After Dump Truck Strikes Bridge in South Norwalk

    South Main Street Reopens After Dump Truck Strikes Bridge in South Norwalk

    UPDATE: Both lanes of South Main Street have been reopened. NORWALK, Conn. — An oversized garbage truck that was wedged under the train bridge on Washington Street on Monday afternoon has been removed, but traffic is still snarled in South Norwalk with a portion of South Main Street closed in the area. A flatbed truck and tow truck were on the scene trying to get the truck out, ...

  7. Norwalk Police: Electronics, Tools Stolen From New Canaan Avenue Business

    Norwalk Police: Electronics, Tools Stolen From New Canaan Avenue Business

    NORWALK, Conn. — Thousands of dollars worth of electronics were reported stolen from a Norwalk business Monday morning, police said.Police were called to a business at 131 New Canaan Ave. on the report of a commercial burglary shortly after 8 a.m. Monday morning. After arriving, officers determined that someone had broken into the business, which police did not name, police said.Police ...

  8. Darien Cook Offers 'Best Mustard in the World' At Rowayton's Farmers Market

    Darien Cook Offers 'Best Mustard in the World' At Rowayton's Farmers Market

    NORWALK, Conn. — Kyle Rothschild is dedicated to making a quality mustard.“Our mustard is the best mustard in the world,” Rothschild said from the Rowayton Farmers Market on Friday, where he was selling his Brown Dog Fancy-branded mustards. “Guy Fereri likes our mustard.”Rothschild, a Darien resident, launched his business in January. He originally made the mustards in his own kitchen, ...

  9. Norwalk Public Library Calls All Muggles To Harry Potter Release Party

    Norwalk Public Library Calls All Muggles To Harry Potter Release Party

    NORWALK, Conn. — As a huge Harry Potter fan, Norwalk Public Library’s Director of Youth Library Services Vicki Oatis always wanted to hold a midnight release party for a Harry Potter book. Now, with the release of a manuscript based on a play of J.K. Rowling’s beloved series, her idea has become a reality. On Saturday, she and her staff with host Harry Potter Midnight Release Party for ...

  10. Seniors Step Out Once Again For Prom, Thanks To Norwalk Organization

    Seniors Step Out Once Again For Prom, Thanks To Norwalk Organization

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Seniors who turned out for a luncheon at St. John's Episcopal Church in Stamford on Wednesday afternoon enjoyed more than just a good meal.The theme for the afternoon was "Prom" — which made it a senior senior prom!New Neighborhoods, Inc. — a provider of affordable housing in Stamford — and The Over 60 Club hosted the event for seniors over 60 from across ...

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