Regional News: Structure Fire, Witness Tampering and K-9 Pursuit

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Volunteers and residents, including students needing service hours, are welcome to join Brotherhood In Action (BIA) this week to help prepare and deliver large boxes of food for Thanksgiving to needy families in Bethel.


The Brookfield Bobcats (11-0) defeated the Stratford Redskins 28-0 to capture the 2011 State Championship at the Midget level Saturday night in West Haven. .


A tampering with a witness trial against former Danbury Restauranteur Marash Gojcaj started in Danbury Superior Court Tuesday.


A Monroe K-9 unit participated in a wild chase in Darien across I-95. .


Naugatuck's Walmart will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week once ongoing renovations are completed, a company spokesman confirmed Tuesday. .


A historic barn off of Main Street and house next door were destroyed by a fire that appeared to have started in a truck, residents and officials said. .


Two local teens have been arrested for breaking into at least 12 cars in September, police said..


Southbury and Middlebury school officials have a unique way of dealing with the lack of school days so far this year: they are asking parents what the best scenarios are to make up school days. .


Middlebury First Selectman Tom Gormley filed a Freedom of Information Act complaint with the state's Freedom of Information Commission against the town's own Board of Finance.


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