HAN News, April 6
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Transportation columnist Jim Cameron explains why there is no WiFi on Metro North.
Rob Adams has the latest in local sports and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.
Below are stories we are following on April 6:
A Bridgeport man is dead after his vehicle caught fire on I-95 in Darien Tuesday afternoon, State Police said.
A man was arrested recently for allegedly harassing and threatening a Trumbull woman.
Bridgeport Police raided the Golden Star Cafe on Main Street Tuesday and gave underage drinking infractions to 85 Sacred Heart University.
A 2001 murder that Milford police doggedly pursued for years, bringing the suspect to trial, and ultimate conviction in 2013, will be the subject of an Investigation Discovery episode Thursday, April 14, at 9 p.m.
Police Chief Douglas Fuchs said today the Connecticut Department of Transportation may completely close Route 53 at its intersection with Umpawaug Road earlier than expected. It may close as early as June, just after schools let out.
Before an array of television cameras and media, the Milford Planning and Zoning Board board voted 7-2 at its April 5 meeting to approve a site plan review to permit a medical marijuana dispensary in an office building at 255 West River Street.
Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson expressed surprise and some concerns regarding a letter from neighbors’ near Darien High School, giving their approval for field lights, with some caveats.
Many people have a claim to fame, but few have one quite like that of Moki Kokoris, a Ridgefielder since 1993.