Things to Know: Friday September 25th

Things to Know: Friday September 25th

Governor Lamont Announces Connecticut Moves Toward Phase 3 Reopening on October 8 CT.Gov

Police: Man, 44, killed in Black Rock shooting marks 15th Bridgeport homicide of 2020 CT Post

Blumenthal will boycott a meeting with Trump’s Supreme Court nominee CT Post

Residents only have a few days left to complete 2020 Census WFSB

COVID case quarantines 12 at Darien middle school The Hour

Fired top lawyer for state Senate GOP charged with multiple felonies The Hour

Wilton Library is opening its doors again The Hour

3 accused of creating man cave under Grand Central Terminal Stamford Advocate

Quinnipiac: 23 students suspended or sent home for breaking COVID rules New Haven Register

Nurses in Hartford Public Schools now trained to give COVID tests to students, district preparing for hybrid learning if cases spike WTNH

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Things to Know Thursday September 24th

Things to Know Thursday September 24th

Sacred Heart president says school intends to remain in person amid climbing COVID cases CT Post

2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests CT Post

Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Will Be Virtual CBS 2

Up to 100 people in quarantine after six Fairfield high school students test positive for COVID WFSB

Superintendent: Sports possible link in New Canaan COVID cases The Hour

A loud noise over New Haven got people talking, but what was it? New Haven Register

New Haven to avoid $3 million penalty for supporting transgender athletes New Haven Register

Best Buy looking to hire thousands ahead of the holiday season WTNH

3 new restaurants open their doors in downtown New Haven at a time when many are closing theirs WTNH

2-Alarm Fire Damage Stores in Milford NBC CT

Arts and Crafts on Bedford

Arts and Crafts on Bedford

Join WEBE 108 as Stamford Downtown is hosting another Arts & Crafts show on Bedford Street on October 17th from 10am to 6pm.

Arts & Crafts on Bedford brings juried artisans from throughout the Northeast who will display and sell juried works including Ceramics, Fiber Arts, Fine Art, Jewelry, Metal, Mixed Media, Photography, Wood and more. This year’s event will feature less exhibitors than in the past to ensure plenty of space to spread out exhibitor booths and allow for social distancing.
Mask/face coverings are required while shopping. Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the event.

StrEATeries features dining at extended sidewalk cafés.

Arts & Crafts on Bedford is presented by Stamford Downtown Special Services District and sponsored by the Stamford Advocate, Simply Signs and Happyhaha.com Photography.

Directions: From Route 95 take Exit 8. Admission is free!

For more information at stamford-downtown.com

Enter to win Legends of Fear Haunted Hayride Tickets

Enter to win Legends of Fear Haunted Hayride Tickets

Enter to win a four pack of tickets on the Legends of Fear Haunted Hayride in Shelton!

Experience one of the most unique haunted traditions in New England.

Board our tractor pulled hay wagons into our fields and forest of fear for thirty minutes of spine chilling fun. You may try and huddle together for safety, but in our domain we live to hear you scream! Into the darkness you will descend imprisoned on our sinister ride… deeper and darker the driver will go. No one will hear your curdling screams over the chainsaws and the clowns’ maniacal laughter. There is no escaping the nightmares we create.

Things to Know Wednesday September 23rd

Things to Know Wednesday September 23rd

Jennifer Dulos’ mother opposes Norm Pattis’ settlement offer in legal fees dispute CT Post

Sacred Heart considers suspending in-person classes as COVID cases climb CT Post

Cummings: Ludlowe student tests positive for coronavirus CT Post

Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court WFSB

Five states, including Rhode Island, added to CT travel advisory CT Post

JetBlue announces expansion of services from Bradley Airport WFSB

New video shows meeting between Norwalk senator, police officers prior to spitting incident The Hour

Contested Norwalk sailboat sold for $24K at auction The Hour

New Canaan considers high school football intramural league Stamford Advocate

CDC warns Americans to ‘avoid’ trick-or-treating for Halloween WTNH

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5 Question Quiz winner!

5 Question Quiz winner!

Bonnie of Stratford played the WEBE 108 5 Question Quiz this morning and won the $1,108 jackpot!

Congratulations Bonnie from Stratford! $1,108 winner for the WEBE108 Five Question Quiz this morning! Another quiz, and another cash jackpot coming. Here is an explanation of the answers!

Posted by WEBE108 on Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Things to Know Tuesday September 22nd

Things to Know Tuesday September 22nd

Bridgeport police officer charged with sexual assault ordered to stay away from girl CT Post

Developer of housing at Milford mall wants to create ‘live-work-play environment’ CT Post

Police: Man tried to snatch toddler at Trumbull mall CT Post

2 shot in South Windsor workplace shooting, suspect arrested WFSB

Second judge rules against USPS, says election mail must be prioritized WFSB

Trick-or-treating, costume masks and Halloween parties discouraged by CDC this year WFSB

55 New Canaan High students in COVID quarantine The Hour

5 details from interviews with Dulos investigators The Hour

Report: Norwalk’s D’Amelio sisters sign deal with TikTok competitor Stamford Advocate

CT’s four state universities cancel spring break due to COVID-19 concerns WTNH

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