Hi all. It’s me, Karena Garrity, your host of the Daily. Here’s the entire neighborhood information you wish to have to understand presently, together with…
- Two law enforcement officials lose their lifestyles within the line of accountability.
- The Great Gatsby Gala! Are you going?
- Valley Regional High School Field Hockey is killing it!
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Here are the highest tales in Essex-Chester-Deep River as of late:
- Tragedy has struck the state of Connecticut! Two police gives have been shot and killed and a 3rd used to be significantly injured after responding to a home incident Wednesday evening within the the city of Bristol. According to a piece of writing written by means of Patch Staff Brian McCready, “In a news conference Thursday morning, state police said three Bristol police officers responded at 10:29 p.m. to 310 Redstone Hill Road for a 911 call involving two siblings.When the officers arrived, shots were fired and one officer was killed, while two others were taken to Bristol Hospital. A second officer died at the hospital, while a third officer underwent surgery and is recovering from a “serious” gunshot wound, law enforcement officials said. One suspect was fatally shot, while a second suspect was shot and is currently at a hospital, police said. His condition is unknown. State police said this is an “remoted incident” and there is no threat to the community. The identities of the two suspects have not yet been released. Bristol Police Chief Brian Gould said the two officers shot and killed are: Sgt. Dustin Demonte, 35, who is a school resource officer, and he is survived by his wife, Laura, two children, and he had another baby on the way, and Officer Alex Hamzy, 34, who grew up in town, and he is survived by his wife, Katie. Officer Alec Iurato, 26, who was hired in 2018, was seriously injured in the shooting. Iurato received a letter of commendation in 2021 and was named officer of the month for his role in preventing a suicide attempt, the Bristol Press reported. Gould said the officers are all “heroes” and “phrases can’t categorical the unhappiness and grief that brings me earlier than you this morning.” He said the department and community “misplaced 2 remarkable law enforcement officials,” who are all “glorious, courageous folks.”‘ (Patch)
- You are invited to The Great Gatsby Gala! According to a press release from the Ivoryton Playhouse, “The Gala will come with a different night time of theatre, meals, tune and revelry! To get advantages Ivoryton Playhouse on Sunday, October twenty third at 3 p.m. The fundraiser will start with a efficiency of THE GREAT GATSBY within the theatre at 3 p.m., adopted by means of tune, meals and prohibition taste drinks in a party of extra spilling out beneath our superbly embellished tent. Guests of The Great Gatsby Gala are inspired to revel the evening away of their Gatsby, mobster and flapper-inspired finery whilst dancing commences, champagne flows, and pleasant 20s taste meals is served. Tickets for the fundraiser are $150 every. This particular tournament is to lend a hand elevate budget for a brand new AC and air flow machine. The present machine used to be state of the art in 2000 however with the brand new protection protocols, it not meets the necessities vital for a qualified theatre. Funds raised by means of the Gatsby Gala will probably be used against this capital expense. For tickets and data, please name Krista May at 860 767 9520 ext 205 or electronic mail to email@example.com The Playhouse is positioned at 103 Main Street in Ivoryton.” Hope to see you at this spectacular event! (The Ivoryton Playhouse via Facebook)
- The Valley Regional Field Hockey Team is doing well! According to zip06.com, “The Valley Regional box hockey crew had 3 video games on closing week’s slate and prevailed in all 3 of the ones contests to spice up its report to 6-2-1 this season. The Warriors scored a win over Morgan earlier than defeating Westbrook-Old Lyme and Waterford of their video games closing week. Valley started closing week by means of incomes a 3-2 street win over Morgan in Clinton on Oct. 3. Freshman Bella Rice scored 2 objectives for the Warriors within the victory. Senior Lily Grow scored 1 function, whilst fellow senior Samantha Brookhart-Bardelli had 1 lend a hand. Senior goalie Fallyn Belisle made 9 saves in internet for Valley Regional. Three days later, the Warriors hosted the Westbrook-Old Lyme co-op squad and claimed 1-0 victory as opposed to the Knights at Valley Regional High School. Rice netted the lone function of the sport on an lend a hand from Grow to boost Valley to the win. Belisle made 4 saves for the shutout in internet. Valley wrapped up the week by means of posting a 6-2 win at Waterford in a non-conference street sport on Oct. 8. Sophomore Alessia Pisanzio scored 3 objectives with 1 lend a hand for Valley within the victory. Junior Clara Shea had a large sport on her personal proper by means of scoring 2 objectives to head with 4 assists spur the Warriors’ offense. Rice additionally netted a function for Valley Regional.” Way to head ladies! (Zip06.com)
Today in Essex-Chester-Deep River:
- Friends of the Library e-book sale setup (9:00 AM)
- Library open 10AM-5PM – Essex Library Association (10:00 AM)
From my notebook:
- Essex Fire Engine Co. #1: “Thanks, Firefighter Doug! Fire Won’t Wait, Plan Your Escape!” (Essex Fire Engine Co. #1 by the use of Facebook)
- Tri-Town Youth Services Bureau: “Youth Substance Use Prevention Month 😎 – (Tri-Town Youth Services Bureau by the use of Facebook)
- Essex Library: “We had so much fun at our Autumn Adventures story time last Friday! We read Jeb Scarecrow’s Pumpkin Patch, sang some autumn songs, and made our very own scarecrows! Want to join in on the fun? Autumn Adventures continues this Friday, October 14 at 10:30 AM! Register at 860-767-1560 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Program recommended for children ages 3-5, siblings welcome! (Essex Library via Facebook)
- Ivoryton Library Association: “Please believe donating to The Backpack Program. Let’s feed our neighbors. (Ivoryton Library Association by the use of Facebook)
- Town of Essex – Government: “Give Blood & help save lives. Friday 12pm – 6pm at the Town Hall!” (Town of Essex – Government by the use of Facebook)
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— Karena Garrity
About me: I’m a local of Connecticut, who these days is living within the Tri-Town neighborhood of Chester, Deep River and Essex. I’ve been a neighborhood reporter for the easier a part of the previous twenty years. I really like my small the city neighborhood and I’m venerated to be part of Patch.com. You can achieve me at; email@example.com.