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Sunday, August 15, 2010

08/15/10 FAIRFIELD BRIEFING: Rell Praises Fairfield American

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Rell Praises Fairfield American (Fairfield Patch)
Following its thrilling 1-0 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday night in Bristol, Fairfield American was praised by Connecticut Gov.

'First in Flight' -- Was it Fairfield instead of Kitty Hawk? (Fairfield Citizen-News)
On Aug. 14, 1901, Gustave Whitehead fired up the engines of his No. 21 flying machine near Jennings Beach in Fairfield, and took to the skies for about 30 seconds.

Tracking STD's in Fairfield County. (New Canaan Patch)
Syphilis is on the rise in Fairfield County. That's according to the latest statistics released by the state Department of Public Health, which also reports that among the most commonly reported sexually transmitted diseases , rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia are on a decline in the county.

Vote Early and Often for Fairfield Public Library
Vote Early and Often for Fairfield Public Library (Fairfield Patch)
Republican or Democrat? Softball field or no softball field? Voting usually comes with so many heated debates, but there's one vote you can make this summer that won't have your uncle taking away your spot at the Thanksgiving Day table.

Mary Ellen Kantor (Fairfield Citizen-News)
Mary Ellen Kantor, a Fairfield native, died Aug. 11, 2010. Born on Feb. 25, 1952, she spent part of her childhood in Fairfield and later moved to Bridgeport with her parents, Helen Marie Crozier and Gaza "Gus: Kantor.
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