HAN News, May 31
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.
Rob Adams has a Nutmeg Sports Updates and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.
Below are some of the stories we are following on Tuesday, May 31:
It was a busy Memorial Day weekend for Connecticut state troopers who handed out more than 4,100 tickets.
Weston police, fire, and EMS responded to a one-car motor vehicle rollover in the area of 67 Goodhill Road early Sunday morning.
Waterbury Police said a 26 year old Bridgeport man was killed after being struck by two cars early Saturday morning on an exit ramp.
A Milford man was arrested on charges of public indecency this week, the second time he has been charged after allegedly masturbating in public.
An 18-year-old Darien resident was charged with permitting a minor to possess alcohol following an underage drinking party at his home recently. Marcus Pagliarulo of Swift Lane allegedly admitted to hosting a party for 20-30 people while his parents were out of state.
An alert liquor store clerk in Westport helped lead police to the arrest of four for using phony credit cards.
Police arrested a Milford man for allegedly kicking a woman in the stomach during an altercation on Riverside Street and later kicking a police officer on May 28.
Bear sightings continue to rise in the area.
A national story about the value of various residential home renovations in the Saturday, May 28, edition of the New York Times went hyper-local when discussing the housing market in general, and targeted New Canaan specifically as having a ‘glut’ of large homes listed for sale at present.
The Shelton Volunteer Fire departments used a vacant home on Perry Hill Rd. to brush up on some training exercises.
Local kids, teens and adults will join forces on Friday, June 3, at 5:30 p.m., at Fairfield’s Nutmeg Bowl for an evening of family friendly competition, pizza and fun to support the anti-bullying programs of The Center for Family Justice