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The Nashua Telegraph
Alderman-at-Large candidates talk education, opioid crisis and PAC during public forumOct 20, 2017 Hannah LaClaireStaff Writerhlaclaire@nashuatelegraph.com Hannah
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Oct 20, 2017 Hannah LaClaireStaff Writerhlaclaire@nashuatelegraph.com Hannah LaClaire Left to right, Alderman-at-Large candidates Mark Cookson, Shoshanna Kelly, Brandon Laws, Daniel Moriarty, David Tencza and Chris Williams at a public forum... Read more
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Farragut Press
Palmer headed to Ga. after 11-plus years in Town administrationwith me leaving, but since we have such a talented organization, I have no doub
Farragut Press / Posted 3 days ago
with me leaving, but since we have such a talented organization, I have no doubt the team will keep moving forward with David [Smoak, Town administrator] and the Board’s leadership. “I look forward to watching the Town’s progress from Roswell... Read more
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News.com.au
Community back callto sack ‘em allpublic sector watchdog. Ms Dunsby said she also would run again. “I will cert
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
public sector watchdog. Ms Dunsby said she also would run again. “I will certainly put my hand up to run again as an alderman,” Ms Dunsby said. “My position is that we’ve done the hard yards ... we’ve now got a responsibility to put the... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Aldermen to hold public hearing on vape store exemptionon smoking in public places that included electronic cigarettes and similar pro
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
on smoking in public places that included electronic cigarettes and similar products. The initial amendment, which Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins introduced in early September, prohibits "vaping" in the same areas where smoking is banned --... Read more
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Gazette News
Tributes paid to 'affectionate' father and former council chairmanhis life. She was always by his side for support, I know she got him through ma
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
his life. She was always by his side for support, I know she got him through many challenges during his life.” Ben Fisher, David’s grandson, said: “He was an inspiration to me, and always a real family man, managing to be there for his family,... Read more
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CBS 58 Milwaukee
Bill would bring red light cameras to MilwaukeeA new Wisconsin bill introduced by Rep. David Crowley, D-Milwuakee, would give
CBS 58 Milwaukee / Posted 4 days ago
A new Wisconsin bill introduced by Rep. David Crowley, D-Milwuakee, would give Milwaukee the ability to add cameras in the city to give out tickets to people speeding and running red lights. Current state law does not allow cities to do either of... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
“We’ve got an issue:” Lawmaker wants to lift ban on red-light cameras in Milwaukeered-light cameras and automated speed enforcement systems at troublesome inters
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 4 days ago
red-light cameras and automated speed enforcement systems at troublesome intersections -- but they can't. Milwaukee Alderman Cavalier Johnson "This is something that is happening here that local elected officials are trying to address and... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Batavia aldermen set date for final Campana vote30 at the Batavia Government Center, 100 N. Island Ave. Meanwhile, Evergreen R
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
30 at the Batavia Government Center, 100 N. Island Ave. Meanwhile, Evergreen Real Estate Group Director of Development David Block said he is close to receiving approval from the National Park Service and the Illinois State Historic... Read more
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Carroll County News
Eureka Springs council waits to vote on permanent venue�He was advised by an attorney to quit paying rent and fix the roof.� �Did you
Carroll County News / Posted 5 days ago
�He was advised by an attorney to quit paying rent and fix the roof.� �Did your tenant not understand he should pay rent?� alderman Bob Thomas asked. �It was a failure to communicate a long time ago, and it just continued on,� Berry said. In the... Read more
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The Natchez Democrat
Sheriff agrees on deal to host city inmatesfrom Supervisor Mike Lazarus. Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten was not prese
The Natchez Democrat / Posted 5 days ago
from Supervisor Mike Lazarus. Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten was not present. Armstrong said at a September board of alderman meeting he had been working with Patten on a plan to reduce the need for two, duplicated jails and related staff.... Read more
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cmt.com
Greatest Hits Chronicles Jake Owen's First 11 YearsSawchuk) 5. “Alone With You” (Catt Gravitt/J. T. Harding/Shane McAnally) 6. “
cmt.com / Posted 5 days ago
Sawchuk) 5. “Alone With You” (Catt Gravitt/J. T. Harding/Shane McAnally) 6. “The One That Got Away” (Owen/Dallas Davidson/Jimmy Ritchey) 7. “Anywhere With You” (Ben Hayslip/David Lee Murphy/Jimmy Yeary) 8. “Days Of Gold” (Jaren... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Primary races attract a crowdLi Arellano Jr. and state Rep. Brian Stewart of Freeport, are running to replac
SaukValley.com / Posted 8 days ago
Li Arellano Jr. and state Rep. Brian Stewart of Freeport, are running to replace retiring state Sen. Tim Bivins of Dixon. David Simpson of Shabbona is running in the Democratic primary. U.S. House, 16th District: Eight candidates want to replace... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Craven County municipal, sanitary elections set for Nov. 7casting votes for a total of 25 seats throughout the county: Bridgeton, seats f
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 8 days ago
casting votes for a total of 25 seats throughout the county: Bridgeton, seats for mayor and commissioners; Dover, mayor and alderman; Havelock, mayor and two commissioners; River Bend, three council members and one unexpired council member; Trent... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Sheriff: Complaint over turkey drop at Arkansas festival remains at prosecutor's officea deputy’s report was transferred from the sheriff’s office to the office of 14
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
a deputy’s report was transferred from the sheriff’s office to the office of 14th Judicial Circuit Prosecuting Attorney David Ethredge. Evans had not been made aware of updates in the review at that time, he said. Ethredge could not be reached... Read more
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Farragut Press
BOMA, EDAC in middle of Town tourism tusslefor $30,000, during its meeting Thursday, Sept. 14 despite objections from thre
Farragut Press / Posted 10 days ago
for $30,000, during its meeting Thursday, Sept. 14 despite objections from three Farragut residents and concerns from Alderman Bob Markli. The biggest bone of contention, brought up by Markli, was having more specific metrics in place to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Latino aldermen call for more city jobs, resourceswith the type of service in every part of the community throughout the whole ci
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
with the type of service in every part of the community throughout the whole city,” Emanuel said. Also Wednesday: • Ald. David Moore, 17th, held a solo news conference to call for hearings on racism in the city water department. It comes after a... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Water Dept. Commissioner responds to allegations of racismracism,” Michael Outlet, a retired water department worker, said. Several rece
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 10 days ago
racism,” Michael Outlet, a retired water department worker, said. Several recently retired water department workers joined Alderman David Moore Wednesday in calling for city council hearings into what they call a racist culture at the water... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Alderman calls for hearings after controversial photo tied to water departmentit’s tied like a noose. “I see a noose that's reminiscent of the South, of the
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 11 days ago
it’s tied like a noose. “I see a noose that's reminiscent of the South, of the hangings of African-Americans,” said Ald. David Moore, 17th Ward. Water department bosses saw something else. After a one day investigation that included new water... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Firefighters, aldermen disapprove of budget plan: “Milwaukee is in one hell of a mess”express their disapproval of Barrett's proposed budget. "There is absolutely n
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 11 days ago
express their disapproval of Barrett's proposed budget. "There is absolutely no question that these cuts will cost lives," David Seager Jr., president of the Milwaukee Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 215 said. Under the proposal, 33... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Public reactions mixed for next phase of STEAM Learning Center planother communities as a result of not having the same opportunities offered in s
Daily Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
other communities as a result of not having the same opportunities offered in some of the suburbs,” she said. First Ward Alderman David Jacobson said that although most people would support the project, it would be inappropriate to use TIF... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
E-cigarette ordinance to address biz concernselectronic cigarettes and similar products to the city's longstanding ban on sm
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 14 days ago
electronic cigarettes and similar products to the city's longstanding ban on smoking in public areas. However, ward 1 Alderman Ben Carver said he plans to bring forward an additional amendment which would allow an exemption for businesses, in... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Parent power back on display in Great Yarmouth as high school merger sparks second protest marchsecond protest march Pupils, parents and staff gather to protest through the s
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 15 days ago
second protest march Pupils, parents and staff gather to protest through the streets of Yarmouth a giant plans to merge Aldermann Swindell School Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2017 A show of parent power will be on display in Great... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Cooperation & trust growsJosh Terenzini and David Allaire talk regularly. The chairman of the Rutland T
Rutland Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Josh Terenzini and David Allaire talk regularly. The chairman of the Rutland Town Select Board and the mayor of Rutland City are convinced the two communities need each other. “I think the city and the town have a fine relationship, and it’s... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
New Rauner TV ad touts school bill, debuts new sloganto begin on Thursday the second leg of his “Don’t Close Our Communities” tour.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
to begin on Thursday the second leg of his “Don’t Close Our Communities” tour. The ad called “Unity” shows the Chicago alderman on previous bus visits across the state. The latest leg of his tour is supposed to take him to 14 cities in four... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Stop Yellville stunt, lawmen are urgedthe sheriff's office. "We have gone to the Arkansas State Police numerous time
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
the sheriff's office. "We have gone to the Arkansas State Police numerous times over the course of many years," she said. David Ethredge, the prosecutor for Arkansas' 14th Judicial Circuit, said his office can't prosecute a case unless it first... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Starkville to proceed with annexation studyfirm, presented to most of the board at a Friday afternoon work session. The b
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
firm, presented to most of the board at a Friday afternoon work session. The board voted 4-2 on the proposal, with Ward 1 Alderman Ben Carver and Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins opposing. Ward 7 Alderman Henry Vaughn was absent from Tuesday's... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Council plans to vote on proposed pay raises at next meetingto be read for the final time on Oct. 3 but due to that amendment, the ordinanc
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 18 days ago
to be read for the final time on Oct. 3 but due to that amendment, the ordinance remained on its second of third readings. Alderman Joe Hafner suggested they table the issue indefinitely because he felt the city had more pressing monetary issues... Read more
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Carroll County News
Eureka Springs police chief says department needs more dispatchersWe put our dispatchers in our cars and drive them around so they can physically
Carroll County News / Posted 19 days ago
We put our dispatchers in our cars and drive them around so they can physically see where all our little places are.� Alderman Terry McClung asked Achord if the department has had any problems with transient visitors to town, and Achord said... Read more
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Carroll County News
ES council waits to discuss application for tour franchiseMonday night, Mayor Butch Berry presented the application to the council, sayin
Carroll County News / Posted 19 days ago
Monday night, Mayor Butch Berry presented the application to the council, saying it was up for a two-year renewal. Alderman Terry McClung said he was surprised transit director Ken �Smitty� Smith wasn�t at the meeting, recalling when Smith... Read more
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Northeast Arkansas Town Crier
Monette Mayor appoints commissionersMonette Mayor Jerry �Chub� Qualls appointed commissioners at the Monday, Sept.
Northeast Arkansas Town Crier / Posted 19 days ago
Monette Mayor Jerry �Chub� Qualls appointed commissioners at the Monday, Sept. 25, council meeting. Appointments are: Alderman Bob Blankenship, liaison between the commissioners and the mayor; Alderman Tom Carroll, water and sewer; Alderman Brandon... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Video gambling has few supporters on Sycamore City Councilcommissioner and staff to get a flavor of where the council is and have some di
Daily Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
commissioner and staff to get a flavor of where the council is and have some direction,” Gregory said. Steve Braser, alderman from the 3rd Ward, defended the idea of expanding the video gambling cafes in town. “This is the only industry we... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Poll shows Bill Smith ahead of Naheed Nenshi in 'two-horse race'He and his team have lots of experience in terms of mobilizing voters." In the
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 days ago
He and his team have lots of experience in terms of mobilizing voters." In the 2010 municipal election, Nenshi beat alderman Ric McIver and TV news anchor Barb Higgins with 39 per cent of the vote, in a surprise come-from-behind win that... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Allaire hits 6-month markRutland Mayor David Allaire talks with Jeff Wennberg, commissioner of public wo
Rutland Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Rutland Mayor David Allaire talks with Jeff Wennberg, commissioner of public works and a former mayor, about their roles as panelists for the Vermont Emergency Preparation Program. ROBERT LAYMAN / STAFF PHOTO About six months into his term as mayor,... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Batavia aldermen want more answers on Campana planthe stormwater system would not be required unless the additional spaces were a
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
the stormwater system would not be required unless the additional spaces were added. Evergreen Director of Development David Block balked at the idea of the immediate parking build-out, contending it will not be needed, but said he will... Read more
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Farragut Press
With undeveloped land shrinking, Town to update CLUPsubject Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12, in Town Hall community room. “We don’t ha
Farragut Press / Posted 24 days ago
subject Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12, in Town Hall community room. “We don’t have much land left to develop in Town,” said David Smoak, Town administrator who is not on the committee. “I think it’s important we get it right, whatever that may be.... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
PREP ROUNDUP | Wednesday’s results91; Seth Jarrett (Bristol) 92, Ben Isaly (Mogadore) 92; Scott Thompson (Bristol
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 24 days ago
91; Seth Jarrett (Bristol) 92, Ben Isaly (Mogadore) 92; Scott Thompson (Bristol) 93; Isaac Jacobs (Chalker) 94, Rich David (St. John) 94; James Martuccio (JFK) 95, Nick Miller (Chalker) 95; Eugene Conway (Mathews) 96, Dylan Mazzupappa... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Assets and liabilities of Annie Glidden North discussed during community meetingCourt Apartments. A handful of members of the recently appointed task force we
Daily Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
Court Apartments. A handful of members of the recently appointed task force were in attendance, as well as 1st Ward Alderman David Jacobson and 2nd Ward Alderman Bill Finucane, who were appointed as council liaisons to the group. Finucane... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
How do you solve a problem like Annie Glidden North?A handful of members of the recently appointed task force were in attendance, a
Daily Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
A handful of members of the recently appointed task force were in attendance, as well as First Ward Alderman David Jacobson and Second Ward Alderman Bill Finucane, who were appointed as council liaisons to the group. Finucane said there were not... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Nashua Police Department gets $260K grantgetting $260,000 to fight the opioid addiction crisis, Nashua took another step
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
getting $260,000 to fight the opioid addiction crisis, Nashua took another step toward getting a commuter rail service and Alderman At-Large David Deane announced he was leaving the board at Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting. HOLLIS –... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Anderson Reconnects With Dixwellcampaign trail Tuesday. He first announced his candidacy in the morning outside
New Haven Independent / Posted 25 days ago
campaign trail Tuesday. He first announced his candidacy in the morning outside City Hall in Milford, where he serves as an alderman. The city’s mayor, Ben Blake, made sure to proclaim his support for DeLauro. (DeLauro is indeed running for a 15th... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Bloomington residents angry over Coliseum charges; officials saying littleagainst the city uncovered and prosecuted. We are appreciative to all those inv
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
against the city uncovered and prosecuted. We are appreciative to all those involved in the investigation," said Ward 6 Alderman Karen Schmidt, who has been serving as mayor pro tem in Renner's temporary absence since Aug. 28 for unspecified... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Bloomington residents angry over Coliseum charges; officials saying littleagainst the city uncovered and prosecuted. We are appreciative to all those inv
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 26 days ago
against the city uncovered and prosecuted. We are appreciative to all those involved in the investigation," said Ward 6 Alderman Karen Schmidt, who has been serving as mayor pro tem in Renner's temporary absence since Aug. 28 for unspecified... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Henry may open the gate to pigs, chickensthis is that we had somebody approach the council who was thinking of buying a
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 27 days ago
this is that we had somebody approach the council who was thinking of buying a house in Henry but has a pot-bellied pig,” Alderman Ed Karls said at a recent council meeting. It was an engaged couple who had spent several years employed in... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Starkville weighing e-cigarette bancigarettes had yet to reach the popularity they enjoy today, and the amendment,
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 28 days ago
cigarettes had yet to reach the popularity they enjoy today, and the amendment, introduced in early September by Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins, aims to adjust the smoking ban to include them. The original ordinance defines smoking as carrying... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
The New Canaan News / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
Darien News-Review / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
Stamford Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Gunman keeps police at bay on Elm Street in New Haven; 3 people shotNEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay a
Connecticut Post / Posted 29 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Three people have been shot and a gunman is keeping police at bay at 642 Elm St., police spokesman Oficer David Hartman said Saturday. Two of those shot are police officers and one is a female civilian. Officers Eric Pasino and Scott... Read more
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