This week started with a dryer fire on Sunday, causing . Nobody was hurt, but it did destroy the kitchen and living room of the house, and a mother and son were displaced. Despite the fire, owner Debbie Farrell said she would make it through it, with help from God.
“I keep my faith in God, and I know every trial I go through God will be here with me,” she said. “Without God, I’m powerless.”
Then, we wrote about a building that the town actually wants destroyed, Cohanzie School. and remediate the land, and then hopefully sell it to somebody who wants to turn it into affordable housing. However, Town Historian Bob Nye has asked for the building to be saved, and had it put on the
On Monday, Fr. Dennis Carey, the former head pastor of Waterford’s St. Paul in Chains Rectory, had a court appearance, where little other happened except his next court date was set for October 15. However during the court appearance, it was revealed that Carey is staying at . after police found 338 files of child pornography on several of his computers inside the rectory, and has since admitted to police he is addicted to child pornography.
On Friday, that has employees from Millstone Power Station mentor children in Waterford schools. And on Thursday, we looked at a recent decision by the town to buy hybrid cards for employees,
There were a few strange statewide stories this week as well. For one, there was a r. And then there was another that said more Connecticut parents were fearing the vaccinations do more harm than good.
In other news, Stop & Shop , the town is putting in a and Gov. Also, in one of the more chilling stories of the week, two superpower corporations