Canton Mulls 4-Day Work Week For Town Employees

CANTON, CT — Local officials are mulling a proposal floated by town employees that would grant them a three-day weekend — permanently. The proposal, discussed without any action being taken on July 10, calls for Canton Town Hall offices to be closed on Fridays, with full-time workers working on longer days Monday through Thursday. According to local officials, staff members […]

City Council OKs Signs to Recognize State Win For CL Central Baseball

CRYSTAL LAKE, IL — The Crystal Lake City Council approved putting up two signs near Crystal Lake Central High School commemorating the baseball teams’ first-ever state championship. The team stopped out to a July 16 city council meeting where they were presented with the signs by city officials. Click Here: Alfa Romeo Racing Suit Mayor Haig Haleblian read a proclamation […]

Best Meals To Eat In Fairfax City: Share Your Favorite Restaurants

FAIRFAX CITY, VA — Here’s the scenario. You’re a terrible cook. You’re so bad that if there were a way to burn water, you would. Worse yet, your friends and family know you’re lousy in the kitchen too and have sworn never to eat a meal at your house again. But, just because you can’t cook doesn’t mean you don’t […]

Child Porn Case Involving Madison HS Student Investigated: Records

VIENNA, VA — Town of Vienna Police are investigating whether a student at James Madison High School uploaded and sent images of child pornography using his Instagram account, according to court documents. On July 8, Vienna investigators received two CyberTips from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children notifying them that six files containing child pornography were uploaded to […]

Man Suspected Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Walking Newborn Arrested

LOS ANGELES, CA — Police have detained a man suspected of sexually assaulting and punching a woman in a wealthy West Los Angeles neighborhood as she walked her newborn in a stroller in broad daylight this week. The brazen attack rattled the community in the usually safe neighborhood. Police received a report of a sexual assault Tuesday at about 5 […]

5 Oddities Found While Driving Through North-Central Connecticut

NORTH-CENTRAL CONNECTICUT — With the temperature approaching 200 degrees for the millionth day in a row, I decided to take a nice long ride last weekend, in the comfort of my air-conditioned Nissan. I realize the heat has been driving us all a bit daffy, but in my travels through north-central Connecticut, I noticed several things that seem to be […]

Stamford Celebrates Completed Lower Summer Street Promenade Project

STAMFORD, CT — The city of Stamford on Wednesday celebrated the completed lower Summer Street pedestrian promenade project, which officials say will enhance the vibrancy and roadway safety in the area. Completed in June, the project has transformed lower Summer Street into a more pedestrian-friendly space with expanded outdoor dining and a revamped streetscape design. Work began in spring 2023, […]

ICE Out Of Princeton: Activists Launch Campaign After Recent Raid

PRINCETON, NJ — Local activists and faith groups launched a campaign on Tuesday in response to the recent ICE raids held in the Municipality. On Jan. 10 members of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted an early morning raid in Princeton. ICE officials confirmed they conducted “targeted enforcement” seeking two people and took one into custody. They also […]

New Walnut Creek Assistant City Manager Chosen From 200+ Applicants

WALNUT CREEK, CA—After a nationwide search, Walnut Creek has hired a new assistant city manager currently employed by another Contra Costa municipality. The city of Walnut Creek recently announced that Charles Ching, who serves as the director of economic development, Housing, and Sustainability for the city of San Pablo, was selected for the role. More than 220 applications were received […]

Montclair Restaurant Is Closing, Cites ‘Ridiculous Cost Of Living’

MONTCLAIR, NJ — Montclair’s lauded restaurant scene continues to evolve, with a beloved gelato shop recently announcing its upcoming exodus from the township – and others also making a recent exit. Last week, Guerriero Gelato announced that it will be closing its flagship location at 571 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair this October. The gelato shop currently has outposts in Montclair, […]