HAN News, June 29
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Below are some of the stories we are following on Wednesday, June 29:
A player in the Milford Men’s Softball League died Monday night during a game at Platt Technical School.
A Stratford man has been charged with running a red light and killing a Bridgeport woman who was crossing an East Side street in February.
In an update in a story we brought you yesterday, Bridgeport Police told the CT Post that they have a suspect in a Sunday afternoon shooting, and said the incident is “domestic related.’’
Aquarion Water Company is asking its Darien residents to refrain from using irrigation systems and hose-end sprinklers until Thursday, following a “major” water leak at its Darien pumping station.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro went to Stratford yesterday to call upon Republican leadership in the House to allow a vote on gun control.
In what is described as the highest July 4 travel volume on record, Independence Day travel will explode as AAA projects nearly 43 million Americans nationally will travel between Thursday, June 30 and Monday, July 4.
In Redding, The number of accidents on roads which act as unofficial detours for road closures on Route 53 and Poverty Hollow have increased since those roads closed, Police Chief Doug Fuchs said Monday.
A 16-year old Easton teen critically injured after being partially ejected from a car on Cross Highway in Redding on Sunday night, around 10:30 p.m. has been identified.
Kayleen Cybulski of Milford will travel with her college dance team to Orlando, Fla., next month to participate in a Disney Performing Arts Workshop and to present a special dance in honor of the victims of the June 12 Pulse nightclub shootings.
New Canaan officials are hoping body cameras for parking officers can help lessen the amount of disputes.
There’s a new neighborhood bar and eatery in Milford — featuring homemade food, craft beers and handcrafted cocktails.