Police & Fire

Editorial: Sexual assault comes in many forms — don’t be afraid to talk, or listen

One of the hardest things for victims of sexual assault to do is taking that first step to reach out to others to talk — especially when the two (or more) people involved know each other. Our instinct — whether it’s our friend, coworker, or family member — can be to hold our ears, cover our eyes, and keep the status quo. Often it is to blame the victim, or to hope they just “get over it.”

Fire department opens its doors in search of recruits

The Shelton Volunteer Fire Department is in search of volunteers. The Volunteer Firefighters of Echo…

Crime log

Samuel Garcia, 37, of Bridgeport was arrested and charged with second degree breach of peace…

Fire log

On April 18 at 7:20 a.m. the Huntington Co. #3, White Hills Co. #5, Echo…

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