HAN News, July 21

Coffee Break, HAN’s daily news update, airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. at live.HAN.Network, and is hosted by Kate Czaplinski. You can watch it on-demand later or see video below.


Frank Granito has a Nutmeg Sports update and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history. John Kovach joins us later for a look at the front pages of our HAN community newspaper this week.

Below are stories we are following on Thursday, July 21:

Police are looking for suspects that used a stolen credit card stolen at a Target in Trumbull.

Milford police are looking for a man who may have exposed himself to a group of young women in the Anchor Beach area on Wednesday.

The Stamford Advocate reports that A 30-year-old Stamford man is fighting for his life after he lost control of his motorcycle on West Main Street Wednesday night.

Officers from the State Police Narcotics Unit arrested a Groton City woman in connection to the sale of molly and bath salts from a home there.

In Ridgefield, Months of delay in the construction of the new Route 35 bridge near the Fox Hill Condominiums will come to an end on Monday, July 25, as work recommences on relocating the sewer line. However, the one-way traffic pattern may not resume along with it.

The Town of New Canaan is pleasing many residents as it is in the middle of an extensive road resurfacing project, but it has some other residents concerned about some tree damage left in the wake of the super-hot road paving machinery.

Tensions among Stratford Democrats have come to a head as the town’s Democratic Town Committee chairman is asking for Beth Daponte to step down as Town Council chairman.

The Redding Board of Selectmen voted unanimously on Monday to prevent the installation of either temporary or permanent stop signs at Umpawaug and Marchant Roads.