Your Reporter Rob Sullivan
FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Election Day is right around the corner and that means Fairfield residents will be deciding between two state representatives who are going head-to-head for the open state Senate seat being vacated by John McKinney.
On the ballot for ...
WESTON, Conn. -- As Weston voters head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 4, they will be casting ballots for close-to-home candidates who represent the town in the state's General Assembly as well as on ...
WESTON, Conn. -- Happy birthday to Easton’s Dan Rather!
Daniel Irvin "Dan" Rather Jr., who has owned a home in Easton, turns 83 on Friday. The journalist and the former news ...
YONKERS, N.Y. -- The Yonkers Police Department has issued an alert for two missing Connecticut teens.
Carolyn Hope Lindsey, 16, and Samuel “Sam” James Foley, 16, were last seen ...
If you've ever driven a truck -- day in day out hour after hour -- you realize that occasionally the truckers are going to make a mistake. So long as human beings drive trucks there are going to be occasional problems. One recent development has been trucker-based GPS devices but not all trucks are GPS-equipped.
I think the best suggestion I heard was mounting the types of Low Clearance Warning Bars they have in parking decks at parkway entrances. But then people complain that would be too expensive.
A small margarine of error. Maybe he thought the butter would lubricate the truck and enable him to slip under.
They have the exact same thing painted on the road in the direction that this guy was driving. I guess he didn't bother to read it.
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