HAN News Update, Jan. 26

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Mike Suppe joins Kate for local sports and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.

Below are some of the stories we are following for Tuesday, Jan. 26:

Some in Milford are worried about the future of a Catholic elementary school.

The Redding Police Department are looking for a scam victim in their town. The department sent a message Monday asking for the community’s assistance in identifying the victim of a credit card scam or larceny.

The Stamford Board of Education voted 8-0 to fire former Stamford High School Principal Donna Valentine Monday night for failing to report suspicions that a teacher was having sex with a student.

In response to the New Years Eve fire at the Charles Street condominium complex that destroyed the homes and businesses of nearly 140 people, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, and Frank Alvarado, Senior Area Manager of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), will announce today the opening of a temporary Disaster Loan Outreach Center at Margaret Morton Government Center in Bridgeport.

The Staples High School community is mourning the loss of 27-year old English teacher Cody Thomas who committed suicide over the weekend, according to Superintendent of Schools Elliott Landon.

While the snow was falling down over the weekend, Town Treasurer Anthony Musto was wondering why he had been skipped in the line of succession when First Selectman Tim Herbst was away in Washington D.C. last week.

The Stratford Police Department is down two officers as a K-9 officer and his four-legged partner have retired.

Parents and officials in Trumbull are pushing for a later start time at the town’s high school.

The Valley Independent Sentinel reported Monday that Roy Tidmarsh, owner of Tidmarsh’s Home Bake Shop on Westfield Avenue in Ansonia, died Monday at Griffin Hospital in Derby.

A study and interactive crime map released by the online site ConsumerAffairs.com cites Easton as one of the safest cities in the nation.

One-way traffic is set to resume on Route 35 (Danbury Road), Tuesday, Jan. 26, at the site of the bridge replacement project in front of Fox Hill condominiums.

The Stratford Public Safety Dive Team comprised of 11 members of the Stratford Police and Stratford Fire Department conducted cold water dive training from Jan. 15-18, in Beaver Dam Lake located in the North End of Stratford near the Trumbull border.

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