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					News 1986          Fairfield Citizen News Index
\*A CHANGE OF SEASONS RESTAURANT
     A new approach to eating-macrobiotic foods. June 11, 1986, 3:1
\*AFFORDABLE HOUSING
     Town housing committee interviewing 4 architects. Jan 29, 1986, 10:2
     Owner-built housing has architect. Apr 9, 1986, 8:1
     More elder housing considered. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
     Keeping housing 'moderate' an issue. Apr 16, 1986, 1:2
     Housing will be discussed. Apr 23, 1986, 11:1
     Sweat-equity plan touted. May 2, 1986, 6:2
     Owner-built home $ eyed. May 14, 1986, 33:1
     Housing officials respond to neighbor worries. Aug 15, 1986, 7:1
     Affordable housing top 1987 priority. Dec 17, 1986, 49:1
\*AGING
     Accessory apartments okayed by commission. Mar 5, 1986, 14:1
     Apartment hearing to go forward. Apr 2, 1986, 1:2
     Apartment reg backed. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
     Funding option seen for seniors. Apr 16, 1986, 17:1
     Manchester to open own handicapped office in town. Apr 18, 1986, 4:1
     Social Servive merger on top-handicapped and aging into human services.
        Aug 27, 1986, 23:1
     Commission on Aging backs funding plea. Sept 17, 1986, 25:1
     Elders'priorities eyed for new commission. Sept 17, 1986, 21:1
     More and more continue to work after retirement. Sept 19, 1986, 17:1
     More emphasis on care for elderly. Oct 8, 1986, 44:4
     Housing, care are concerns of elderly survey. Oct 15, 1986, 5:1
     Officials eyeing priorities for elderly, handicapped. Oct 15, 1986, 9:1
     Elders seek assistance to stay in their own homes. Nov 19, 1986, 18:1
     Upgrading sought for elders' transit services. Nov 19, 1986, 14:1
     Aging forum on Thursday. Nov 28, 1986, 5:1
     Transportation top priority for Fairfield's elderly residents. Dec 17,
        1986, 6:1
\*ALARMS
     Company would monitor alarms for Fairfield. Jan 10, 1986, 13:1
     Alarm monitor shift favored. Apr 11, 1986, 14:2
\*ALCOHOLISM
     Program aims to help children of alcoholics. Jan 24, 1986, 11:1
     Alcohol awareness workshops set. Feb 28, 1986, 3:3
     Younger children targets of alcoholism program. Sept 3, 1986, 9:1
\*ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
     Needs, problems of Alzheimer's patients examined. Apr 16, 1986, 13:1
\*AMBRULEVICH, ALMEDA
     New writing program targets critical thinking skills. Aug 27, 1986, 5:1
\*AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
     Bill of rights fate at stake in'80s: ACLU head. Apr 30, 1986, 14:1
\*AMERICAN RED CROSS
     Red Cross blood drives set for January. Jan 8, 1986, 12:3
     Students aid Red cross. Mar 12, 1986, 9:1
\*ANDRADE, ANTONE
     Board names principal, considers staff reductions. May 30, 1986, 4:2
\*ANDREW WARDE HIGH SCHOOL
     Hearing on school chief. Jan 3, 1986, 1:2
     School requires permit, says TPZ. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     School study finalists picked. Jan 10, 1986, 5:1
     Effects of cigarettes demonstrated to students. Mar 7, 1986, 3:1
     Architects pick Warde, but consolidation fought. Apr 25, 1986, 1:2
     Durrell urges fight against closing. Apr 25, 1986, 4:1
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
     Warde honor students announced. May 28, 1986, 18:2
     Merger debate to continue. May 30, 1986, 1:1
     Postol urges unity behind school consolidation. June 11, 1986, 8:1
     Little disruption seen for Warde renovation work. June 20, 1986, 5:1
     Parents, teachers cited as Warde students graduate. June 27, 1986, 3:1
     The graduates of Andrew Warde. June 27, 1986, 10:4
     Andrew Warde High School lists honor students. July 1, 1986, 28:1
     Warde student is 'manager-for-a-day'-Jay Zweibaum. Aug 1, 1986, 3:1
     Warde sets opening day. Aug 27, 1986, 4:5
     Discovering what it takes to make it to Yale. Oct 1, 1986, 3:1
     RTM to look at Warde. Nov 21, 1986, 3:1
     Andrew Warde lists first quarter honor students. Dec 30, 1986, 26:3
\*APARTMENTS
     Apartment regulation pushed. Jan 15, 1986, 10:2
     Sarezky to draft regulations for Fairfield apartments. Jan 22, 1986,
        23:1
     Apartment proposal on tap Feb 14. Feb 7, 1986, 6:1
     Commission considering apartments. Feb 19, 1986, 1:1
     Accessory apartments on agenda. Feb 21, 1986, 8:1
     Neighborhood group questions apartment plan. Feb 28, 1986, 5:1
     Apartment hearing to go forward. Apr 2, 1986, 1:2
     Apartment reg backed. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
     Accessory apartment plan going before TPZ Thursday. Apr 23, 1986, 13:1
     Apartment hearing to continue. Apr 30, 1986, 9:1
     Apartment plan tabled again. May 16, 1986, 6:1
     Accessory apartments okayed by TPZ. June 13, 1986, 1:1
     Apartment reg appealed. June 27, 1986, 1:3
\*AQUA-LAWN INC.
     Employees of local firm charged. Sept 19, 1986, 16:1
\*ARBOR DAY
     Trees to be planted. Apr 23, 1986, 6:2
     Arbor Day in 'Tree City'. Apr 25, 1986, 18:2
\*ASH CREEK
     Playground volunteers sought-Ash Creek. May 28, 1986, 14:3
     Elements of Ash Creek, Southport plans opposed. Oct 10, 1986, 8:1
\*ASPETUCK LAND TRUST
     Group marks 20 years of preserving open space. Nov 05, 1986, 29:1
\*ATTORNEY GENERAL
     Home repairs said financed by illegal mortgages. May 30, 1986, 16:1
\*AUDLEY, PAUL
     Fate of Teen Center debated. Feb 7, 1986, 5:1
\*AUDUBON
     Private social service agencies exempt from cuts. Mar 5, 1986, 11:1
     Audubon plans ed center for Milford Point. May 28, 1986, 6:1
     Unusual bird added to Audubon collection. Oct 8, 1986, 10:1
\*AUTOMOBILES
     New seat belt changes. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 14:2
     Insurance increase still lurking. July 18, 1986, 14:3
     Private agency will mediate claims. Aug 1, 1986, 19:1
     Companies seek dismissal of gasoline pricing suit-Attorney General-CT.
        Nov 21, 1986, 25:1
     Car sales brisk in traditionally slow December. Dec 10, 1986, 30:1
     Holiday driving tips offered. Dec 10, 1986, 29:1
\%
\*BALDOR, LOLITA
     2nd place for column- Lolita Baldor. May 30, 1986, 6:5
\*BANKS
     State bankers discourage passbook savings deposits. Nov 19, 1986, 19:1
\*BARONE, JOHN
     Barone named to head state health care study. Nov 05, 1986, 8:1
\*BARRETT, SUSAN
     Sturges wants nomination. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
\*BARRY, KEVIN
     Fairfield man charges local officers with false arrest. May 30, 1986,
        8:1
\*BARTH, LESLIE
     Lawyer sentenced in tax case. Sept 19, 1986, 4:3
\*BASEBALL
     Baseball collecting is hit with all ages. Oct 24, 1986, 3:1
\*BASSICK, EDGAR W.
     Local lawyer named to judgeship. Feb 14, 1986, 8:1
\*BEACHES
     New Beach zone planned. Jan 3, 1986, 1:1
     Beach dune idea favored. Jan 8, 1986, 6:1
     State discourages Fairfield Beach sewers. Feb 7, 1986, 8:3
     Shore management conflicts on agenda for town. Feb 12, 1986, 6:1
     Residents angered at flood control project delay. Feb 26, 1986, 10:2
     State makes favorable recommendations for dike. Feb 26, 1986, 10:3
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     PW seeks more responses on flood conttrol proposals. Mar 26, 1986, 8:2
     Beach Road residents to get sand dune. Apr 9, 1986, 15:4
     Residents look at effects of marsh restoration effort. Apr 9, 1986,
        15;1
     Pine Creek marsh shows restoration potential. Apr 16, 1986, 3:1
     Shore area plan goals eyed by shoreline Committee. Apr 18, 1986, 6:1
     Zone change to restrict housing use. Apr 18, 1986, 1:2
     Flood work cost at issue. Apr 23, 1986, 1:3
     Clean-up Sun. at beach. May 9, 1986, 7:1
     Durrell: revamp Shoreline Committee. Jun 06, 1986, 5:4
     Resident reaction sends dike plan back for revision. June 25, 1986,
        15:1
     Beach residents decorate with nautical art. July 1, 1986, 3:1
     Special problems cited for Fairfield Beach area. Aug 6, 1986, 5:3
     Beach guards find 'second' job pleasurable. Aug 20, 1986, 3:1
     Increase reported in local beach attendance. Aug 20, 1986, 8:2
     Shoreline group targets nine aresa of plan. Sept 10, 1986, 24:1
     Flood and erosion unit to meet with residents. Sept 24, 1986, 12:4
     Developers challenged by beach group. Sept 26, 1986, 1:2
     Beach zone proposal in committee agenda. Oct 3, 1986, 13:1
     Flaws found in beach zone. Oct 8, 1986, 8:2
     Pine Creek on agenda. Oct 15, 1986, 5:1
     Beach access issue debated-Lantern Point. Nov 14, 1986, 1:2
     Commission reviews beach access recommendations
\&    Dec 10, 1986, 12:1
\*BELAGA, JULIE
     Candidates seek support from Fairfield GOP. Feb 5, 1986, 1:1
     Belaga names two locals to campaign. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 6:1
     Durrell regards Belaga as a political mirror image. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     Chris, Belaga feel strain of campaigns and offices. Mar 12, 1986, 26:2
     Belaga: I can rouse Fairfield County voters. Mar 26, 1986, 14:3
     Belaga to mount primaries. Mar 26, 1986, 14:1
     Wilbur endorses Belaga in gubernatorial race. June 11, 1986, 34:1
     McKinney predicts Belaga victory. July 16, 1986, 26:1
     Belaga a 'fresh face'.July 25, 1986, 14:1
     Belaga suggests alternatives to save Merritt Parkway. Aug 20, 1986,
        29:4
     Fund-raiser for Belaga set Monday. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Fund-raiser for Belaga Thursday. Aug 27, 1986, 25:1
     President's daughter set for Belaga event-Maureen Reagan. Sept 3, 1986,
        19:4
     Fairfield bucks trend in GOP race. Sept 12, 1986, 1:1
     Small turnout supports Belaga. Sept 12, 1986, 5:1
     GOP's best candidate may prove tough for O'Neill. Sept 26, 1986, 13:1
     County republicans stingy with campaign contributions. Oct 15, 1986,
        20:1
     O'Neill, Belaga address economic issues for state. Oct 31, 1986, 26:1
     Pro-choice group backs Julie. Oct 31, 1986, 25:1
     Belaga looks to that championship season. Nov 25, 1986III, 1:1
\*BENGOIAN, DOTTIE
     Educator uses humor to cope with daily living. Feb 7, 1986, 11:1
     First Lady responds to pupils concerns about drugs. Oct 15, 1986, 8:1
\*BERNACKI, BARBARA
     Bernacki begins aggressive state Senate campaign. July 25, 1986, 15:1
     Dems vow victory in local, state races. Sept 19, 1986, 5:1
     Bernacki maintains anti-Lovegrove stance. Oct 8, 1986, 32:1
     Bernacki opposes BHC land sale. Oct 17, 1986, 19:1
     Bernacki campaign hits abilities of her opponent. Oct 29, 1986, 18:1
     Elderly tax program targeted. Oct 31, 1986, 25:1
\*BERRIAN, JAMES
     Young gourmet turns into magazine publisher. Apr 2, 1986, 3:1
\*BERSON, INNA
     Russian emigre lives 'great American dream'. Mar 19, 1986 Section lll,
        1:1
\*BLACK ROCK TURNPIKE
     Turnpike group wants funds for plan. Feb 5, 1986, 23:1
     Black Rock study pinpoints access problems. May 30, 1986, 16:1
     Black Rock Tpke. group targets area improvements. Aug 1, 1986, 19:1
     Firm to begin work on plan for BR Turnpike traffic. Oct 1, 1986, 10:1
     Residential project proposed for Collins site. Nov 12, 1986, 24:1
\*BLUE BOOK
     Blue Book sale. Apr 18, 1986, 10:5
\*BOARD OF EDUCATION
     Hearing on school chief. Jan 3, 1986, 1:2
     PTA Council seeking more $. Jan 8, 1986, 9:1
     Student info disclosure not required: commission. Jan 8, 1986, 4:1
     School requires permit, says TPZ. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     School study finalists picked. Jan 10, 1986, 5:1
     Supt. qualities discussed. Jan 10, 1986, 5:1
     School budgets on agenda for board next week. Jan 17, 1986, 4:1
     School use tiff resolved. Jan 17, 1986, 9:3
     Selectmen given lease power. Jan 29, 1986, 17:1
     Parents unhappy with budget. Jan 31, 1986, 1:1
     Board 'buys some time' for decision on seat belts. Feb 5, 1986, 6:2
     Board fails to choose consolidation architect. Feb 7, 1986, 5:3
     Interim school head: working for the system. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Board to consider redistricting issue. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
     Parents face budget dilemma. Feb 19, 1986, 1:2
Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
Charter revisions would alter Board of Education. Mar 7, 1986, 6:1
Finance weighing sides in education $ dispute. Mar 12, 1986, 6:4
Schools asked to adopt policy on substance abuse. Mar 12, 1986, 6:1
Architects clarify criteria for school consolidation. Mar 14, 1986, 4:1
Board decides against seat belts on school buses. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
Finance Board trims funds from ed budget. Mar 26, 1986, 1:2
Housing problem for new school chief. Apr 18, 1986, 3:1
Debate rages over school consolidation. May 2, 1986, 1:2
Finance Committee backs school budget proposal. May 2, 1986, 5:1
Population figures back plan. May 2, 1986, 1:1
Teacher campaigning for retirement exemption. May 2, 1986, 3:1
Consolidation is $ issue. May 7, 1986, 1:1
RTM adopts budget following several reductions. May 7, 1986, 5:1
Consolidation costs not final. May 9, 1986, 5:1
Durrell: Delay consolidation. May 9, 1986, 1:1
Residents will air feelings on consolidation Tuesday. May 9, 1986, 5:1
Curriculum is consideration for consolidation plan. May 14, 1986, 1:1
Population study predicts growth in enrollment. May 14, 1986III, 1:1
Board will consider public opinion on high schools. May 16, 1986, 4:1
FEA backs hearing in teacher retirement case. May 16, 1986, 3:1
Hearing reflects town's division over consolidation. May 16, 1986, 1:1
$2.8 million minimum needed for consolidation. May 23, 1986, 5:1
Board voting again on school merger. May 23, 1986, 1:1
Greenwich administrator to be superintendent. May 23, 1986, 4:1
HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
Board names principal, considers staff reductions. May 30, 1986, 4:2
Merger debate to continue. May 30, 1986, 1:1
New trial on teacher dismissal. May 30, 1986, 5:3
RTC split on superindent choice. May 30, 1986, 5:3
Board denies Levine hearing. June 4, 1986, 6:3
Genualdi attempts to calm students. Jun 06, 1986, 1:1
Ludlowe students protest merger. Jun 06, 1986, 1:2
Selectmen deny sidewalk request- Fairfield Beach Road. Jun 06, 1986,
   6:3
Merger cost at issue-taxpayers. June 11, 1986, 6:1
Postol urges unity behind school consolidation. June 11, 1986, 8:1
Figures due Tuesday on consolidation cost. June 13, 1986, 11:1
Students not happy with merger explanation. June 13, 1986, 5:1
Survey, vote considered in merger controversy. June 13, 1986, 1:1
Board to seek merger funds. June 20, 1986, 1:1
Little disruption seen for Warde renovation work. June 20, 1986, 5:1
Merger foes organize. June 25, 1986, 1:1
Consolidation delay could affect school board. June 27, 1986, 1:2
State per pupil costs considered in merger. July 9, 1986, 12:1
Pro-merger group joins debate over high schools. July 11, 1986, 1:2
Chairman wants smaller public hearings. July 18, 1986, 8:2
Tempers flare as school merger debate continues. July 18, 1986, 1:1
Fund request slated for child population survey. July 23, 1986, 5:1
Merger to be aired. July 25, 1986, 17:4
RTM to consider merger referendum. July 25, 1986, 8:2
Delay of merger pressed. Aug 1, 1986, 1:2
Finance Board backs extended student survey. Aug 8, 1986, 1:1
Referendum may be next move on merger issue. Aug 13, 1986, 5:1
Merger meeting set for high school teachers. Aug 20, 1986, 5:1
Adminstration to look at what's needed, what's not. Aug 27, 1986, 1:2
     Public school hours. Aug 27, 1986, 14:4
     Rights unit last hope in teacher retirement fight-Sol Levine. Aug 29,
        1986, 3:1
     Census finds 300 more children. Sept 5, 1986, 1:1
     RTM must act merger vote. Sept 5, 1986, 1:1
     State: Referendum illegal. Sept 10, 1986, 1:1
     Merger battle 'not over'. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM vote opposes referendum ordinance. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     Merger can make school 'one of the best in state'. Sept 19, 1986, 1:3
     Teachers remain concerned about consolidation. Sept 19, 1986, 10:1
     Figures could change Durrell's merger position. Oct 8, 1986, 5:1
     Figures show dip in pupil enrollment. Oct 8, 1986, 1:1
     Foreign language program targeted by Board of Ed. Oct 10, 1986, 17:1
     Pupil projections on agenda. Oct 17, 1986, 5:3
     Enrollment projections debated. Oct 24, 1986, 1:1
     School reopening redistricting eyed. Oct 29, 1986, 1:1
     Board gives go-ahead on $7,500 architect's study. Oct 31, 1986, 11:1
     Enrollment studies cite need to reopen schools. Oct 31, 1986, 13:1
     Parents view HS merger option. Nov 05, 1986, 1:2
     Merger plans lower school budget request. Nov 12, 1986, 1:1
     No one jumping for top school board post. Nov 12, 1986, 5:1
     Committee to aid consolidation. Nov 21, 1986, 1:1
     Garrell picked to lead scholl board for year. Nov 21, 1986, 10:1
     Science enrichment program presented tonight. Nov 25, 1986, 13:1
     $3.5 million sought for high school consolidation. Dec 3, 1986, 1:1
     Education Board to vote on $3.5 m. Dec 5, 1986, 1:1
     $3.5 m approved for merger; Board of Finance next to vote. Dec 10,
        1986, 1:2
     15.6 percent increase $79.9 million budget proposed. Dec 12, 1986, 1:1
     Cafeteria workers get 8 percent. Dec 12, 1986, 6:2
     Fire commissioner resigns in protest. Dec 12, 1986, 10:1
     Building committee to be named. Dec 17, 1986, 10:1
     Finance Board approves $3.5m for consolidation-more than 400 attended.
        Dec 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM committees differ consolidation showdown expected. Dec 19, 1986,
        1:1
     RTM school consolidation vote too close to call. Dec 30, 1986, 1:1
\*BOARD OF FINANCE
     Finance Board to hear selectman staffing plan. Jan 3, 1986, 5:1
     Finance approves funds for aide for selectman. Jan 10, 1986, 3:1
     RR station plan goes to Finance. Jan 31, 1986, 1:2
     RR relocation approved by 7-2 Finance vote. Feb 7, 1986, 1:1
     Finance head is selectman's aide. Feb 12, 1986, 1:1
     New chairman on Finance agenda. Feb 19, 1986, 20:1
     Opposition raised to RR proposal. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
     Two percent budget cuts upset town departments. Feb 26, 1986, 9:1
     Increase for civic center director challenged. Feb 28, 1986, 6:1
     Town eyes option for insurance $. Feb 28, 1986, 1:1
     Private social service agencies exempt from cuts. Mar 5, 1986, 11:1
     Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
     Sewering debated. Mar 5, 1986, 12:2
     New fire truck approved. Mar 7, 1986, 10:1
     Finance weighing sides in education $ dispute. Mar 12, 1986, 6:4
     Board of Finance rejects across-the-board budget cuts. Mar 14, 1986,
        1:1
     Insurance cut okayed for budget. Mar 19, 1986, 1:2
     Finance pares budgets but tax projection rising. Mar 21, 1986, 4:1
     Finance Board trims funds from ed budget. Mar 26, 1986, 1:2
     Grant for housing to be aired. Mar 28, 1986, 1:2
     6% budget increase okayed. Apr 4, 1986, 1:2
     Finance approves $ for Pine Creek jetty repair. Apr 4, 1986, 6:1
     Funding option seen for seniors. Apr 16, 1986, 17:1
     RTM to consider Pine Creek jetty. Apr 25, 1986, 5:1
     Action set next week on budget and tax rate. Apr 30, 1986, 1:2
     Fairfield tax increase pegged at half a mill. May 9, 1986, 6:1
     Computer expansion for town on agenda. July 3, 1986, 5:1
     Plots found for fire station. July 9, 1986, 1:1
     Finance wants more data on computer personal plan. July 11, 1986, 10:3
     Merger data study on agenda for Finance- high school merger. Aug 1,
        1986, 13:4
     Finance Board backs extended student survey. Aug 8, 1986, 1:1
     Funds grudgingly given for Fairfest debt payment. Aug 8, 1986, 7:1
     Finance, RTM next sops for firehouse traffic study. Aug 27, 1986, 23:1
     Railroad parking purcahse on Finance agenda Tuesday. Sept 5, 1986, 4:2
     Finance Board backs UI property purchase. Sept 12, 1986, 6:1
     Contract $ on agenda for Finance- Public Works-Town Hall employees. Oct
        3, 1986, 4:3
     Finance debates budgeting. Oct 10, 1986, 11:3
     Finance meeting cancelled. Oct 17, 1986, 11:4
     Finance approves help for town clerk's office. Nov 07, 1986, 13:1
     $3.5 million sought for high school consolidation. Dec 3, 1986, 1:1
     $3.5 m approved for merger; Board of Finance next to vote. Dec 10,
        1986, 1:2
     Building committee to be named. Dec 17, 1986, 10:1
     Finance Board approves $3.5m for consolidation-more than 400 attended.
        Dec 17, 1986, 1:1
\*BOARD OF HEALTH
     New energy plant targeted for 1987. Jan 8, 1986, 20:3
     Health Board to cut job. Mar 5, 1986, 18:2
     VNA to start charging for home health care visits. Apr 9, 1986, 11:1
     Town files complaint. Apr 25, 1986, 10:4
     Local trash haulers being spot checked. May 16, 1986, 9:3
     Parents' life after birth is topic of local program. Sept 10, 1986,
        10:3
     Tighter control planned on use of Fairfield landfill. Sept 10, 1986,
        6:2
     Guard posted at town dump to deter non-residents. Sept 19, 1986, 11:1
     Fairfield raises fees for landfill use. Oct 8, 1986, 6:3
     Major trash disposal hike among budget plans. Nov 05, 1986, 3:1
     Cafeteria workers licensing questioned. Dec 3, 1986, 1:1
\*BOARD OF REALTORS
     Realty bd. names chairmen. Feb 7, 1986, 10:4
     Realty board adds 66 new members. Apr 23, 1986, 26:2
\*BOARD OF SELECTMEN
     Salary hikes eyed. Jan 8, 1986, 5:4
     Selectmen cut $2 million from proposals. Jan 8, 1986, 1:1
     2-1 selectmen vote gives go-ahead to RR station plan. Jan 10, 1986, 1:1
     Lease date changes gain selectmen approval. Jan 10, 1986, 4:1
     1/2-mill tax increase eyed. Jan 24, 1986, 1:1
     Education budget sparks concern. Jan 24, 1986, 5:3
     Selectmen back funding for volunteers' equipment. Jan 24, 1986, 6:1
     Durrell filling in after handicap official quits post. Jan 29, 1986,
        1:3
     Selectmen given lease power. Jan 29, 1986, 17:1
RR station plan goes to Finance. Jan 31, 1986, 1:2
$45,000 approved for purchase of open space. Feb 7, 1986, 4:1
Opposition raised to RR proposal. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
Selectmen grant approval for pipeline flooding project. Feb 21, 1986,
   5:1
Two percent budget cuts upset town departments. Feb 26, 1986, 9:1
Manchester ordered to turn over records. Mar 5, 1986, 1:1
Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
Selectmen grant loan for Grasmere conversion. Mar 7, 1986, 4:1
Site committee opposed. Mar 7, 1986, 5:3
Dire results predicted with golf course $ reduction. Mar 12, 1986, 23:1
Town cites Fairfield U. Mar 12, 1986, 16:2
Finance pares budgets but tax projection rising. Mar 21, 1986, 4:1
Police pact gains approval. Mar 21, 1986, 5:1
Selectmen battle over civic center unit. Mar 21, 1986, 5:4
Signers urge appointment of Manchester. Mar 28, 1986, 1:1
Mill Hill tenants considered. Apr 2, 1986, 6:1
Fairfield to adopt flag. Apr 4, 1986, 5:3
Town to promote community donations. Apr 4, 1986, 5:1
Bridge repair on tap. Apr 23, 1986, 25:4
RTM to consider Pine Creek jetty. Apr 25, 1986, 5:1
Selectmen okay funding for Black Rock Tpke. plan. Apr 25, 1986, 16:1
Area groups vie for Mill Hill space. Apr 30, 1986, 8:2
Committee to consider fate of cottage building. May 2, 1986, 10:1
Mill Hill rents on agenda Mon. May 9, 1986, 6:2
Town officials assured toxic waste not a problem. May 9, 1986, 8:1
Town to seek flooding solutions. May 9, 1986, 9:1
Elderly housing is selectman's top priority. May 14, 1986, 27:1
Selectmen back plan for Mill Hill art center. May 14, 1986, 26:1
Dual campus school proposed by Selectmen. May 16, 1986, 5:1
Commission appointed to study town garage. May 23, 1986, 8:4
Selectmen supporting shelter for homeless. May 23, 1986, 9:1
Trash pickup rate increase due. June 11, 1986, 10:1
Land abandonment queried. June 13, 1986, 19:3
Selectmen approve Bridgeport golf course pact. June 13, 1986, 4:1
Survey, vote considered in merger controversy. June 13, 1986, 1:1
Demand prompts plan for computer expansion. July 9, 1986, 5:1
Land abandonment okayed for developer's plan. July 9, 1986, 6:1
Plots found for fire station. July 9, 1986, 1:1
Agency merger okayed-Human Services Department created. July 18, 1986,
   1:3
Merger data study on agenda for Finance- high school merger. Aug 1,
   1986, 13:4
Homeless shelter approved by selectmaen. Aug 8, 1986, 4:1
Finance, RTM next stops for firehouse traffic study. Aug 27, 1986, 23:1
Bus service, house sale on agenda. Sept 3, 1986, 8:1
Selectmen okay renovation of historic cottage. Sept 5, 1986, 6:1
Buena Vista residents urge action on road repair. Sept 26, 1986, 8:1
Selectmen to consider house use. Oct 3, 1986, 13:3
Golf course added to tax roles. Oct 10, 1986, 1:1
RTM set to act Mon. on harbor study grant. Oct 24, 1986, 14:1
School late bus service to be decided. Nov 05, 1986, 20:3
Town-owned house to stay put, say selectmen -Meryer house. Nov 07,
   1986, 6:1
Selectmen to weigh date for start of late bus service. Nov 19, 1986,
   6:1
Sludge disposal debated by officals. Nov 28, 1986, 15:1
     Desperate need for transportation targeted. Dec 10, 1986, 10:1
     15.6 percent increase $79.9 million budget proposed. Dec 12, 1986, 1:1
     Combined dispatch center eyed. Dec 12, 1986, 13:1
     Building committee to be named. Dec 17, 1986, 10:1
     Tenants disgruntled over loss of heat; approach selectmen. Dec 19,
        1986, 16;2
\*BOOS, JUDY
     Dual campus school proposed by Selectmen. May 16, 1986, 5:1
\*BOSKELLO, DENNIS
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*BOSTON POST ROAD STAGE COMPANY
     Post Road Stage Company brings Off-Broadway to Fairfield. Nov 05,
        1986II, 1:1
\*BOY SCOUTS
     Cooperative effort aids open space. Mar 12, 1986, 1:1
     Explorer Post honored. Mar 28, 1986, 25:1
     New Explorer post formed. Apr 18, 1986, 4:1
     Boy Scouts receive awards-Holland Hill School. July 1, 1986, 26:1
     Local scout is camp manager. July 3, 1986, 16:1
     Scouts receive awards. Nov 12, 1986, 18:5
\*BOZZUTO, RICHARD
     Candidates seek support from Fairfield GOP. Feb 5, 1986, 1:1
     Fund cuts an 'opportunity'. Feb 5, 1986, 5:1
     Bozzuto list grows. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
     Bozzuto a 'man of moral strength'. July 25, 1986, 14:3
     Bozzuto: withdraw funds-from companies doing business in South Africa.
        Aug 20, 1986, 29:1
     Bozzuto sees himself misunderstood in Fairfield. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Fairfield bucks trend in GOP race. Sept 12, 1986, 1:1
\*BRENNAN, EDWARD
     Memories of King still fresh years later. Jan 17, 1986, 1:1
\*BRIDGEPORT ENGINEERING INSTITUTE
     School requires permit, says TPZ. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
\*BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL
     New fathers course at BH. Feb 12, 1986, 14:1
     Bridgeport Hospital initates fund drive. Feb 26, 1986, 14:2
     Critically ill can be relocated. Mar 19, 1986, 23:1
     Hospital starts care unit. Aug 13, 1986, 6:2
     Local doctors honored by BH- Robert Herzlinger and Nicholas Viner. Dec
        17, 1986, 47:1
\*BRIDGEPORT HYDRAULIC COMPANY
     Reservoirs full says BHC. Jan 8, 1986, 17:1
     Local water mains to be flushed by BHC. Mar 14, 1986, 4:2
     Fishing permits available. Apr 23, 1986, 13:1
     BHC declares dividend. May 7, 1986, 33:1
     BHC land would finance filtration. May 7, 1986, 33:3
     BHC, DEP stock Aspetuck River. June 4, 1986, 14:3
     Reservoirs full, says BHC. June 20, 1986, 4:5
     Bernacki opposes BHC land sale. July 9, 1986, 30:5
     BHC to make inspections-Easton and Trumbull. July 11, 1986, 13:1
     Meyer opposes BHC sale. Aug 22, 1986, 11:1
     BHC granted rate increase. Oct 1, 1986, 24:5
     BHC warns residents of flim flam operation. Oct 15, 1986, 13:1
     BHC honored for annual report. Nov 19, 1986, 22:3
     BHC offers tips for pipe freeze-ups. Dec 5, 1986, 20:3
     BHC customers warned of flimflam. Dec 12, 1986, 22:4
     BHC posts warning-thin ice. Dec 30, 1986, 23:1
\*BRIGHT, KIM
     A new approach to eating-macrobiotic foods. June 11, 1986, 3:1
\*BRINKERHOFF, MARC
     Believer translates UFO experience into artwork. Apr 25, 1986, 3:1
\*BROADHURST MANOR
     Learning how to live. Nov 12, 1986, 3:1
\*BRONSON WINDMILL
     Windmill becomes Fairfield trademark. Aug 6, 1986, 3:1
\*BRYANT, MALCOLM E. JR.
     The Yankee ingenuity of an Easton inventor. Feb 26, 1986, 3:1
\*BUDGET - CONNECTICUT
     Projected surplus hits $91 million. Jan 10, 1986, 12:4
     Fairfield would gain with governor's budget. Feb 12, 1986 section III,
        3:1
     State surplus increases by $75m. Apr 25, 1986, 19:1
\*BUDGET - EASTON
     Final budget reviewed by board. Jan 3, 1986, 6:3
     Easton ed budget to be aired. Jan 8, 1986, 15:3
     9.1 percent hike proposed for Easton schools. Jan 15, 1986, 1:1
\*BUDGET - FAIRFIELD
     PTA Council seeking more $. Jan 8, 1986, 9:1
     Selectmen cut $2 million from proposals. Jan 8, 1986, 1:1
     School budgets on agenda for board next week. Jan 17, 1986, 4:1
     1/2-mill tax increase eyed. Jan 24, 1986, 1:1
     Class size concerns principals. Jan 24, 1986, 4:2
     Education budget sparks concern. Jan 24, 1986, 5:3
     Hike sought, cut proposed for Fairfield school budget. Jan 24, 1986,
        4:3
     Parents unhappy with budget. Jan 31, 1986, 1:1
     Interim school head: working for the system. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Parents face budget dilemma. Feb 19, 1986, 1:2
     Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
     Board of Finance rejects across-the-board budget cuts. Mar 14, 1986,
        1:1
     Insurance cut okayed for budget. Mar 19, 1986, 1:2
     Finance pares budgets but tax projection rising. Mar 21, 1986, 4:1
     6% budget increase okayed. Apr 4, 1986, 1:2
     1986-87 Budget report and recommendations. Apr 23, 1986, 18:1
     Action set next week on budget and tax rate. Apr 30, 1986, 1:2
     Consolidation is $ issue. May 7, 1986, 1:1
     RTM adopts budget following several reductions. May 7, 1986, 5:1
     Fairfield tax increase pegged at half a mill. May 9, 1986, 6:1
     High school merger plan replaces budget as issue. May 21, 1986, 8:2
     $2.8 million minimum needed for consolidation. May 23, 1986, 5:1
     Ludlowe closing not planned in budget. Dec 10, 1986, 5:1
     15.6 percent increase $79.9 million budget proposed. Dec 12, 1986, 1:1
\*BUILDING DEPARTMENT
     Building permits recorded. Jan 8, 1986, 23:1
     Building permits listed in Fairfield. Jan 29, 1986, 29:1
     Permits recorded. Feb 5, 1986, 25:1
     Building permits issued by Fairfield. Apr 2, 1986, 32:2
     Building permits recorded. May 7, 1986, 29:1
     Building Department issues permits. May 14, 1986, 37:1
     Building Department issues permits. May 21, 1986, 32:3
     Building Department reports permits issued. May 28, 1986, 33:1
     Building Department issues local permits. June 11, 1986, 37:1
     Building permits listed by Fairfield. June 18, 1986, 17:1
     Building permits listed by Fairfield. June 25, 1986, 32:4
     Fairfield Building Department issues permits. July 25, 1986, 29:1
     Building department issues local permits. Aug 20, 1986, 33:1
     Fairfield Building Department issues local permits. Aug 27, 1986, 32:1
     Fairfield Building Department issues permits. Sept 10, 1986, 32:1
     Building Department issues permits. Sept 17, 1986, 26:2
     Building Department issues permits. Sept 24, 1986, 25:1
     Building Department issues permits. Oct 8, 1986, 47:2
     Fairfield building permits issued. Oct 22, 1986, 29:1
     Fairfield Building Department issues local permits. Oct 29, 1986, 43:1
     Building Department issues permits. Nov 05, 1986, 28:3
     Building permits issued by Fairfield Building Department. Nov 12, 1986,
        31:1
     Building permits reported. Nov 21, 1986, 17:1
     Building permits issued. Nov 25, 1986, 37:1
     Building permits issued. Dec 10, 1986, 31:1
     Fairfield building permits listed. Dec 17, 1986, 46:1
     Fairfield building permits issued. Dec 30, 1986, 21:3
     Building Department issues Fairfield permits. Dec 30, 1986, 23:1
\*BULKLEY AMENDMENT
     Student info disclosure not required: commission. Jan 8, 1986, 4:1
\*BULLARD MACHINE TOOL SITE
     Bullard's buy nixed. Mar 19, 1986, 1:1
     Bullard's site to be converted to condos, offices. Oct 29, 1986, 38:1
\*BURR, HOWARD
     Happy Burr-thday! July 25, 1986, 3:1
\*BUSES
     Bus service, house sale on agenda. Sept 3, 1986, 8:1
     Selectmen to weigh date for start of late bus service. Nov 19, 1986,
        6:1
\*BUSH, GEORGE
     Bush to appear for Rowland fete. May 21, 1986, 35:1
     Bush credits GOP for country's economic climate. Sept 24, 1986, 14:1
\*BYRNE, JOHN
     'Super' illustrator polishes hero's image. May 21, 1986, 3:1
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\*CABLE TELEVISION
     Alteration of Cablevision contract would save $1m. May 23, 1986, 13:1
     Cable companies seek tax relief. May 23, 1986, 22;1
     Cablevision's commitment to program questioned. July 25, 1986, 24:1
     Better service promised with cable TV merger. Aug 6, 1986, 13:1
\*CARUSO, DANIEL
     Finance Board member seeks General Assembly seat. July 23, 1986, 15:1
     Fund-raiser for Caruso. Oct 3, 1986, 14:3
     Caruso treasurer picked. Oct 8, 1986, 24:1
     Durrell heads Curuso slate. Oct 15, 1986, 20:3
     Caruso targets drug problem. Oct 17, 1986, 19:2
     Caruso relying on local background in election bid. Oct 24, 1986, 5:1
     I-95 priority for Caruso. Oct 31, 1986, 25:4
\*CASE, BILL
     "Life begins at 60". Oct 22, 1986, 3:1
\*CASE, TERESE
     Terese Case: Supermom finds a way to do it all. May 9, 1986, 3:1
\*CASSIDY, KEVIN
     Search for peace is professor's commitment. May 14, 1986, 3:1
\*CELLAR, RICHARD
     Finance head is selectman's aide. Feb 12, 1986, 1:1
\*CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
     Grant to aid disabled. May 7, 1986, 4:2
\*CHALLENGER
     Easton students reflect on space shuttle tragedy. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Students deal with emotions following disaster. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Economic effects among those of shuttle disaster. Feb 12, 1986 Section
        II, 4:1
\*CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
      Chamber welcomes new members. Feb 12, 1986, 22:1
     Stags to be honored at chamber meeting. Mar 21, 1986, 10:2
     Chamber honors Stags' achievement. Mar 28, 1986, 5:1
\*CHARTER REVISION
     Charter revisions would alter Board of Education. Mar 7, 1986, 6:1
\*CHRISTMAS TREES
     Picking the perfect Christmas tree. Dec 19, 1986, 3:1
\*CIUCI, JOSEPH
     Local men renamed to state labor board. Oct 1, 1986, 8:1
\*CIVIL WAR
     War rememberances cite locals as soldiers...May 23, 1986, 3:1
\*CLARK, ELEANOR
     Eleanor Clark: breaking new ground in fiction. May 28, 1986, 3:1
\*COHEN, SELMA
     Local teacher named trustee. Aug 1, 1986, 9:1
\*COLLEGE
     Colleges under pressure from declining enrollment. June 13, 1986, 22:1
\*COLLINS DEVELOPMENT
     Appeals filed to block Collins. May 16, 1986, 1:1
\*COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
     Civilians recommended as Fairfield dispatchers. June 25, 1986, 13:1
\*COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
     Playgrounds gain CDAC approval. Jan 10, 1986, 9:1
     CDAC funds sought for BR project. Jan 17, 1986, 6:3
     $45,000 approved for purchase of open space. Feb 7, 1986, 4:1
     CDAC grant proposals total nearly $100,000. Feb 7, 1986, 5:1
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
     Durrell will back funding for playgrounds. Mar 19, 1986, 23:1
     $318,000 available in grants. Apr 16, 1986, 19:1
     Selectmen okay funding for Black Rock Tpke. plan. Apr 25, 1986, 16:1
     $318,000 distributed by CDAC for community projects. May 9, 1986, 11:1
     Housing Authority audit shows money owed to HUD. May 16, 1986, 9:1
\*COMO, VINCENT
     Como against Bullard purchase. Feb 28, 1986, 4:2
\*COMPUTERS
     Shakespeare goes high tech with invention. Mar 5, 1986, 3:1
     Demand prompts plan for computer expansion. July 9, 1986, 5:1
     Town's data processing service to expand. Sept 26, 1986, 5:1
\*CONNECTICUT 350TH
     Anniversary parade. Apr 18, 1986, 10:5
\*CONNECTICUT COMMUTERS, INC.
     Commuter group battles for safer state highways. Sept 3, 1986, 11:1
\*CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER
     Officials want CL&P hike rejected. Feb 19, 1986, 22:4
\*CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST
     New testing identifies students in need of help. Jan 3, 1986, 6:1
     Fairfield testing results consistent with other towns. Jan 8, 1986, 3:1
\*CONNECTICUT RESOURCES RECOVERY AUTHORITY
     CRRA alternative could save $1.08 million. Dec 19, 1986, 8:1
\*CONNECTICUT TURNPIKE
     Drivers not returning useless tokens. Jan 3, 1986, 10:2
\*CONRAD, CHARLES
     Insights to space flight history. Apr 2, 1986, 1:2
\*CONSERVATION COMMISSION
     Groups deadlocked over dike removal. Jan 10, 1986, 5:4
     Hotel construction delayed. Jan 10, 1986, 17:1
     Group to oppose dike removal. Jan 24, 1986, 14:1
     Open space review planned for Fairfield. Jan 29, 1986, 10:1
     Fairfield aiming to use potential of its open space. Feb 5, 1986, 1:2
     Battle over Pine Creek dike going before board. Feb 7, 1986, 9:1
     Drainage approved. Feb 7, 1986, 9:4
     Heating oil coats road during snow. Feb 12, 1986, 1:2
     Subdivision plan rescheduled by TPZ. Feb 14, 1986, 4:5
     Conservation approves purchase of open space. Feb 21, 1986, 12:3
     State makes favorable recommendations for dike. Feb 26, 1986, 10:3
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
     State's recommendations for dike approved. Mar 7, 1986, 5:1
     Town park supports dike. Mar 7, 1986, 1:2
     Cooperative effort aids open space. Mar 12, 1986, 1:1
     Drainage system decision appealed. Mar 12, 1986, 18:2
     Stags to be honored at chamber meeting. Mar 21, 1986, 10:2
     Hotel on agenda Tues. for conservation unit. Mar 26, 1986, 12:2
     TPZ hears recommendations for Pine Creek dike. Mar 28, 1986, 8:1
     Hotel proposal debated before Conservation. Apr 4, 1986, 8:1
     Conservation okays office despite concerns. Apr 11, 1986, 13:4
     Pine Creek marsh shows restoration potential. Apr 16, 1986, 3:1
     Hotel hearings to resume. Apr 18, 1986, 6:2
     Open space work advances-near Lake Mohegan. Apr 18, 1986, 5:1
     TPZ rejects Pine Creek plan. Apr 18, 1986, 4:3
     Restoration ending for open space. Apr 23, 1986, 6:2
     Southport project's effect on flooding, wildlife debated. Apr 25, 1986,
        5:2
     Hearing on Mill Hill condos. May 2, 1986, 7:3
     Commission rejects motel. May 9, 1986, 1:1
     Residents oppose condos. May 9, 1986, 15:3
     Town officials assured toxic waste not a problem. May 9, 1986, 8:1
     Decision upholds house okay. May 14, 1986, 17:3
     Dike wall given Conservation go-ahead. May 14, 1986, 17:1
     Sound suffering from area pollution. May 14, 1986, 1:2
     Conservation decision challenged. May 21, 1986, 5:1
     Southport condo project halted by Conservation. May 23, 1986, 8:1
     Playground volunteers sought-Ash Creek. May 28, 1986, 14:3
     New condo development on agenda - Easton Turnpike. May 30, 1986, 16:1
     Conservation okays condos-Easton Turnpike. Jun 06, 1986, 10:2
     Mine Hill construction approved. Jun 06, 1986, 10:2
     New Senior housing is issue for Conservation. June 13, 1986, 15:1
     Pine Creek report on agenda. June 13, 1986, 11:1
     Revised plan submitted for Southport condos. July 1, 1986, 5:3
     Jennings subdivision plan gains Conservation OK. July 3, 1986, 4:1
     Wetland application withdrawn-Barbieri. July 9, 1986, 13:2
     Southport condominium plea set. July 11, 1986, 5:3
     Violator payments sought-Random Road. July 18, 1986, 6:1
     DPW application on agenda. Aug 1, 1986, 1:1
     Bennett Street flood project wins conservation. Aug 8, 1986, 6:1
     Fee break could hurt shellfish unit. Aug 13, 1986, 1:3
     Conservation meeting considered invalid. Aug 29, 1986, 9:4
     Mill Hill group will continue to fight. Aug 29, 1986, 4:1
     New construction on tap for conservation. Aug 29, 1986, 4:3
     Two areas mount condo fights. Sept 3, 1986, 1:3
     Mill Hill condo project temporarily halted. Sept 5, 1986, 5:1
     Conservation orders correction. Sept 10, 1986, 16:3
     Conservation loses countersuit. Sept 17, 1986, 18:1
     Conservation Commission's jurisdiction questioned-Mill Hill condos.
        Sept 19, 1986, 9:1
     Revised proposal set for condos- Stillson Road. Oct 1, 1986, 21:2
     Mill Hill before Conservation-condos. Oct 3, 1986, 6:2
     Conservation okays Mill Hill condos; TPZ next. Oct 10, 1986, 4:1
     Elements of Ash Creek, Southport plans opposed. Oct 10, 1986, 8:1
     Finance debates budgeting. Oct. 10, 1986, 11:3
     Open space on agenda. Oct 17, 1986, 6:1
     Open space request denied-Dudley Road. Oct 29, 1986, 16:2
     Plea on agenda Wed. for 4-unit dwellings-Pierce Street. Nov 05, 1986,
        30:4
     Kings Hwy. project gains okay. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
     Local developer's appeal denied-Fischer. Nov 07, 1986, 19:1
     Open space on agenda. Nov 14, 1986, 13:4
     Teacher participation sought. Nov 21, 1986, 22:2
     Conservation meets Tuesday. Nov 28, 1986, 6:4
     Residents say condo project will cause flooding. Dec 5, 1986, 8:1
     More condos pass Conservation Commission. Dec 19, 1986, 23:1
\*CONSOLIDATION
     See: FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL; BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1:1
\*CONSUMER PROTECTION
     Electronics purchases require special care by consumers. Jan 10, 1986,
        11:1
     Travelers' concerns-terrorist actions in Europe. Apr 30, 1986, 12:2
\*CONTINUING EDUCATION
     Radio license class set Mon. Jan 22, 1986, 18:4
\*COSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER
     Iorio murder trial begins with tape recorded confession. Dec 10, 1986,
        1:1
\*COULOMBE, GERARD
     Three locals honored by Poetry Society. Oct 1, 1986, 16:1
\*COUNTRY CLUB OF FAIRFIELD
     Variance for addition sought by local country club. Feb 5, 1986, 22:2
\*CRIME AND CRIME PREVENTION
     Crime prevention is goal of bureau. Jan 31, 1986, 10:3
     Tips on prevention. Dec 17, 1986, 19:4
\*CUDDY, JAMES JR.
     Near-drowning prompts warning by officials. Jan 31, 1986, 3:1
     State group cites rescuers. Sept 17, 1986, 12:1
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\*DALEY, PATRICIA
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*DALY, WILLIAM
     Daly named to Prep post. Aug 13, 1986, 15:1
\*DANBURY HOSPITAL
     Hospital defies order on surgery. Jan 10, 1986, 16:1
     Hospital agrees to wait on. Jan 15, 1986, 14:2
\*DARDEN, TERRY
     $1 million sought for arrest. Feb 19, 1986, 13:1
\*DAY CARE
     Day-care service sought for state university system. July 18, 1986, 3:1
     Info-line offers help. Aug 13, 1986, 3:3
     Local Day Care Centers. Aug 13, 1986, 3:1
     Parents' concerns key to choosing right day care. Aug 13, 1986, 3:1
     Parents facing day care problems. Sept 10, 1986, 10:1
     Parents face guilt when using day-care services. Oct 8, 1986, 18:1
\*DAYS INN OF BRIDGEPORT
     Warde student is 'manager-for-a-day'-Jay Zweibaum. Aug 1, 1986, 3:1
\*D'ADDARIO, F. FRANCIS
     D'Addario believed dead in crash. Mar 7, 1986, 4:2
     Suit is dropped following D'Addario's death. Apr 23, 1986, 5:1
\*DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE
     DTC plans nominations on Monday. Jan 3, 1986, 5:1
     DTC members support RR plan. Jan 8, 1996, 6:2
     Dems endorse Neidermeier; Postol hits RR move. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     Dems refute Durrell's accusation of RR deal. Mar 5, 1986, 6:1
     DTC to select convention delegates. Mar 28, 1986, 13:3
     Dems prepare for conventions. Apr 4, 1986, 10:3
     Consolidation debate moves to DTC meeting. May 14, 1986, 10:1
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
     DTC to hear candidates report Monday. Jun 06, 1986, 4:1
     Democrats pick candidates for fall race. July 25, 1986, 16:1
     Democrats rally to endorse Cohen. Aug 13, 1986, 26:3
\*DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
     State grown products logo distributed. Nov 25, 1986, 8:2
\*DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION
     Capitol notes: Nader opposes 'Reform'; whale killer pursued; dangerous
        dolls; scalping charged. May 28, 1986, 16:3
     Employees of local firm charged. Sept 19, 1986, 16:1
\*DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
     Heating oil coats road during snow. Feb 12, 1986, 1:2
     Public Works credited for action on oil spill Tues. Feb 14, 1986, 3:1
     State makes favorable recommendations for dike. Feb 26, 1986, 10:3
     State's recommendations for dike approved. Mar 7, 1986, 5:1
     Town park supports dike. Mar 7, 1986, 1:2
     Harbor group seeking state aid for coastal plan. Apr 18, 1986, 5:1
     Shore area plan goals eyed by shoreline Committee. Apr 18, 1986, 6:1
     State $ possibility for harbor plan. May 23, 1986, 14:2
     BHC, DEP stock Aspetuck River. June 4, 1986, 14:3
     Southport Harbor plan to be funded by state. June 25, 1986, 1:1
     Fish warning issued- striped bass-PCB. July 3, 1986, 5:3
     State DEP wants update of Fairfield coastal plan. Aug 22, 1986, 9:1
     DEP okay sought for dams. Oct 3, 1986, 6:3
     Legislators to consider options for clean-up. Oct 17, 1986, 3:1
     State groups set ecological agenda. Oct 22, 1986, 18:3
     Landfill expansion denied by TPZ unit. Oct 24, 1986, 18:4
     RTM set to act Mon. on harbor study grant. Oct 24, 1986, 14:1
     Dump expansion holds refuse for another year. Nov 25, 1986, 6:2
\*DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
     O'Niell plans to improve state DMV operations. Jan 3, 1986, 25:1
     New seat belt changes. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 14:2
     Truck safety problems worry local legislators. Mar 7, 1986, 18:1
     DMV amends regulations. June 25, 1986, 16:3
     DMV announces fee increase. July 9, 1986, 27:4
     DMV announces holiday hours. Aug 22, 1986, 13:1
     State adding teams for inspections. Oct 3, 1986, 14:1
     DMV lists holiday hours. Dec 30, 1986, 12:4
\*DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
     Drivers not returning useless tokens. Jan 3, 1986, 10:2
     Bridge made 'top prioroty' for state repair projects. Jan 8, 1986, 8:1
     Parking payment pact falls through. Jan 24, 1986, 6:3
     State awards $1.8 million contract for local bridge work. Jan 29, 1986,
        4:1
     Roadways slated for repair work. Feb 5, 1986, 5:1
     Unquowa Road bridge to be replaced. Feb 21, 1986, 5:4
     EDC urges purchase, still hoping for RR relocation. Feb 28, 1986, 4:1
     State studies alternatives to ease traffic problems. Mar 14, 1986, 18:1
     Lease agreement nearing? Mar 21, 1986, 11:1
     Bridge replacement expected next year-Unquowa Road. May 7, 1986, 18:1
     Road work slated in town. July 9, 1986, 5:1
     Repairs to restrict area traffic movement. July 25, 1986, 22:1
     Highway work noted. Sept 17, 1986, 1:4
     Route 7 extension slated to begin soon. Dec 3, 1986, 23:1
\*DICKMAN, CARL
     Dickman to be honored. June 13, 1986, 9:1
     Action to be sought today to collect taxes from city. Aug 6, 1986, 1:2
\*DODD, CHRISTOPHER
     Political, personal contrasts mark race for U.S. Senate. Mar 26, 1986,
        20:3
     UB grads to hear Dodd. May 7, 1986, 31:1
     Dodd to work on drug panel. Aug 13, 1986, 26:4
     Dodd not pleased with tax reform. Aug 29, 1986, 1:3
     Eddy continues his offensive in senatorial battle. Aug 29, 1986, 11:1
     Consumer group backs Dodd. Oct 8, 1986, 34:4
     Dodd to appear at Postol fund-raiser Sat. Oct 22, 1986, 28:3
     Dodd, Eddy debate U.S. foreign policy. Oct 31, 1986, 10:1
     Fairfeild's voters back election winners. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
\*DOGS
     Crackdown planned for unlicensed dogs in Fairfield. Jan 17, 1986, 10:1
     Linda Howard: grooming all kinds of canines. Jan 29, 1986, 3:1
     Swimming around with man's best friend-Portuguese water dogs. June 18,
        1986, 3:1
     Terrier troupe a traveling tempest. Aug 22, 1986, 10:2
     Easton raises kennel fee for redeeming lost dogs. Oct 1, 1986, 23:1
\*DOGWOOD FESTIVAL
    Festival to feature improved dogwood trees. May 7, 1986, 1:2
\*DOUGHERTY, LAWRENCE
     Greenwich administrator to be superintendent. May 23, 1986, 4:1
     New superintendent backs merger. July 25, 1986, 3:1
     Administrators to look at what's needed, what's not. Aug 27, 1986, 1:1
     Merger can make school 'one of the best in state'. Sept 19, 1986, 1:3
     Teachers, super talk HS merger. Oct 3, 1986, 1:2
     School reopening redistricting eyed. Oct 29, 1986, 1:1
     Enrollment studies cite need to reopen schools. Oct 31, 1986, 13:1
\*DOUGHTERY, LAWRENCE
     RTC split on superindent choice. May 30, 1986, 5:3
\*DROTOS BROTHERS
     Easter specialities found in local shop. Mar 28, 1986, 3:1
\*DRUGS AND DRUG PREVENTION
     Apathy hits anti-abuse campaign. Jan 10, 1986, 1:1
     $20,000 granted. Feb 19, 1986, 4:1
     New drug information center to help combat abuse. Mar 5, 1986, 26:1
     Schools asked to adopt policy on substance abuse. Mar 12, 1986, 6:1
     Council plans drug abuse prevention activities. Mar 19, 1986, 42:1
     Special care urged with doctors and drugs. Mar 28, 1986, 9:1
     'New War' cited on Memorial Day. May 28, 1986, 1:2
     Towns get anti-drug $. Oct 1, 1986, 11:1
     State grant bolsters anti-drug effort. Oct 10, 1986, 12:2
     First Lady responds to pupils concerns about drugs. Oct 15, 1986, 8:1
     Town's contribution helping United Way fight drug abuse. Nov 05, 1986,
        32:2
     United Way program trains teachers on drug policy. Nov 05, 1986, 33:1
     Stepped up enforcement urged against drug dealers. Nov 07, 1986, 23:1
     United Way plan targets widespread crack use. Nov 14, 1986, 19:1
     Governor decries crack use. Dec 19, 1986, 10:1
     Treament centers deluged with crack abusers. Dec 30, 1986, 1:1
\*DULING, PAUL
     Three locals honored by Poetry Society. Oct 1, 1986, 16:1
\*DURRELL, JACQUELYN
     Finance Board to hear selectman staffing plan. Jan 3, 1986, 5:1
     Durrell doubled Como in campaign financing. Jan 8, 1986, 17:1
     Student info disclosure not required: commission. Jan 8, 1986, 4:1
     Finance approves funds for aide for selectman. Jan 10, 1986, 3:1
     Lease date changes gain selectmen approval. Jan 10, 1986, 4:1
     RR station objections a surprise to selectman. Jan 22, 1986, 8:1
     King observance proposed for town. Jan 24, 1986, 1:2
     Durrell filling in after handicap official quits post. Jan 29, 1986,
        1:3
     $45,000 approved for purchase of open space. Feb 7, 1986, 4:1
     CDAC grant proposals total nearly $100,000. Feb 7, 1986, 5:1
     Durrell regards Belaga as a political mirror image. Feb 12, 1986, 28:1
     Finance head is selectman's aide. Feb 12, 1986, 1:1
     Shore management conflicts on agenda for town. Feb 12, 1986, 6:1
     Durrell denies waiver. Feb 26, 1986, 18:4
     Durrell says RR deal was 'politically motivated'. Feb 26, 1986, 5:1
     Durrell to meet with handicapped. Feb, 26, 198624:3
     RR plan nixed; RTM delays purchase. Feb 26, 1986, 1:2
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     Durrell joins opposition to hotel. Feb 28, 1986, 1:1
     Dems refute Durrell's accusation of RR deal. Mar 5, 1986, 6:1
     Site committee opposed. Mar 7, 1986, 5:3
     Manchester turns over some records. Mar 14, 1986, 1:1
     Bullard's buy nixed. Mar 19, 1986, 1:1
     Durrell will back funding for playgrounds. Mar 19, 1986, 23:1
     Youth grant to town. Mar 21, 1986, 15:4
     Signers urge appointment of Manchester. Mar 28, 1986, 1:1
     County needs cooperation to 'recover from its success'. Apr 9, 1986,
        1:2
     Fire Commission concerned about station site. Apr 9, 1986, 6:1
     State aid targeted for county problems. Apr 9, 1986, 5:1
     Durrell backs organ donation. Apr 16, 1986, 27:1
     Architects pick Warde, but consolidation fought. Apr 25, 1986, 1:2
     Durrell seeking opinion on gazebo. Apr 25, 1986, 9:1
     Durrell urges fight against closing. Apr 25, 1986, 4:1
     Committee to consider fate of cottage building. May 2, 1986, 10:1
     Durrell: Delay consolidation. May 9, 1986, 1:1
     Elderly housing is selectman's top priority. May 14, 1986, 27:1
     $2.8 million minimum needed for consolidation. May 23, 1986, 5:1
     Town counsel to look at gazebo guidelines. May 23, 1986, 19:1
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
     Ervin: Town can't restrict gazebo use. May 30, 1986, 15:3
     Durell tells students it's not too late. June 11, 1986, 1:1
     Durrell to survey fire sation options. June 4, 1986, 8:4
     Durrell: revamp Shoreline Committee. Jun 06, 1986, 5:4
     Survey, vote considered in merger controversy. June 13, 1986, 1:1
     Durrell elected to CCM post. June 18, 1986, 10:1
     Firehouse relocation efforts fail. June 20, 1986, 16:3
     Consolidation vote issue remains unsettled. July 11, 1986, 1:2
     Debate marks okay of fire station site purchase. July 11, 1986, 9:1
     'Life' of landfill a worry. July 11, 1986, 20:5
     TPZ staffer sought for shore management issues. July 11, 1986, 5:1
     Town's grant to be allocated. ($ from state surplus). July 18, 1986,
        5:1
     Fund request slated for child population survey. July 23, 1986, 5:1
     Draft Durrell? for Governor. July 25, 1986, 11:4
     Merger data study on agenda for Finance- high school merger. Aug 1,
        1986, 13:4
     Surplus $ use backed for projects. Aug 6, 1986, 1:3
     Firehouse land buy may be finalized Friday. Aug 13, 1986, 1:1
     Battle not over following purchase of firehouse tracts. Aug 20, 1986,
        1:2
     Guard posted At town dump to deter non-residents. Sept 19, 1986, 11:1
     Figures could change Durrell's merger position. Oct 8, 1986, 5:1
     'Santa's Workshop'planned. Oct 8, 1986, 16:2
     Durrell heads Curuso slate. Oct 15, 1986, 20:3
     Preserving Fairfield is concern. Oct 17, 1986, 1:1
     Private school late buses delayed until at least Jan. Oct 22, 1986,
        26:1
     Parents view HS merger option. Nov 05, 1986, 1:2
     Ludlowe closing not planned in budget. Dec 10, 1986, 5:1
     Anonymous developer proposes moderate-income housing. Dec 12, 1986, 1:1
\*DUSHOK, MURIEL
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*DWIGHT, TIMOTHY
     Dwight: teacher, theologian, philosopher. Nov 25, 1986III, 3:1
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     Parking lot gets okay. Jan 3, 1986, 12:4
     Road problems priority. Jan 3, 1986, 12:4
     Town not liable for waste pick-up. Jan 3, 1986, 12:1
     Traffic accident rate lowered in Easton. Jan 8, 1986, 16:4
     Easton seeking 'Hometown Heroes'. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     Senior center advances. Jan 10, 1986, 13:4
     Subdivision on Easton P&Z agenda. Jan 10, 1986, 4:3
     9.1 percent hike proposed for Easton schools. Jan 15, 1986, 1:1
     Drunk driving not major Easton problem, says chief. Jan 15, 1986, 22:1
     Fewer calls made to Fire Department. Jan 15, 1986, 26:2
     Fire reported on Center Rd. Jan 15, 1986, 23:1
     Personnel on agenda. Jan 15, 1986 Section II, 9:1
     Problems lose Easton tax $. Jan 15, 1986 Section II, 10:2
     Subdivision opposed. Jan 15, 1986, 15:1
     Easton selectmen make appointments to town boards. Jan 17, 1986, 8:1
     Residents voice concern over planned construction. Jan 17, 1986, 6:1
     Woman's body found. Jan 17, 1986, 16:1
     Easton agencies to coordinate. Jan 22, 1986, 6:1
     Easton senior center group plans to meet. Jan 22, 1986, 12:4
     Extracurricular funding debated at Easton meeting. Jan 22, 1986, 18:1,
        18:1
State results no surprise for Easton school officials. Jan 22, 1986,
   10:1
13% hike sought for Region 9. Jan 24, 1986, 8:2
Easton ZBA rejects plea for garage. Jan 24, 1986, 19:3
School board favors international exchange. Jan 24, 1986, 10:1
Senior center gets go ahead. Jan 24, 1986, 10:3
Wetland permits sought. Jan 24, 1986, 16:4
Budget comment correction. Jan 29, 1986, 5:3
Darkroom gains OK from P&Z.   Jan 29, 1986, 5:1
Meyer fears tax hike from school $ increases. Jan 29, 1986, 5:1
Barlow increases supported. Jan 31, 1986, 5:1
Board sets budget procedure. Jan 31, 1986, 4:2
Budget increase approved by joint ed meeting. Jan 31, 1986, 4:1
Easton wetland permit denied. Jan 31, 1986, 10:1
Easton couple arrested after drug investigation. Feb 5, 1986, 16:3
Easton students reflect on space shuttle tragedy. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
Road acceptance on selectmen agenda. Feb 5, 1986, 10:3
Town clerk lists Easton transfers. Feb 5, 1986, 24:2
Easton sets emergency plan. Feb 7, 1986, 1:2
Fund raising to begin for Easton Senior Center. Feb 7, 1986, 10:1
Permits sought for work in wetlands. Feb 7, 1986, 10:4
Drug program boosts students' awareness. Feb 12, 1986, 31:1
Emergency alarm eyed for Easton. Feb 12, 1986, 16:2
Legal questions delay permit for Easton residence. Feb 12, 1986, 16:1
Mobile home plea before Easton ZBA. Feb 12, 1986, 10:2
Plans advancing for Easton Town Hall lot. Feb 12, 1986, 10:2
HS budget on tap. Feb 14, 1986, 5:4
Easton counsel urges rejection of mobile home plea. Feb 19, 1986, 9:1
Educators top list of Easton salaries. Feb 19, 1986, 22:1
School $ on agenda. Feb 19, 1986, 9:4
Barlow board backs teacher exchange program. Feb 21, 1986, 7:1
Barlow $ hikes eyed. Feb 21, 1986, 1:2
Town computer to get new software. Feb 21, 1986, 7:1
9.4 percent incrase approved by Easton Board of Education. Feb 26,
   1986, 1:1
Easton senior center project stalled by estimates. Feb 26, 1986, 15:1
Meyer plan calls for program overhall. Feb 26, 1986, 6:2
Residence conversion denied. Feb 26, 1986, 15:1
Significant budget increases expected for Town of Easton. Feb 26, 1986,
   14:2
Sr. Center cost estimate to be debated. Feb 26, 1986, 14:2
The Yankee ingenuity of an Easton inventor. Feb 26, 1986, 3:1
Commission accepts previously denied permit. Feb 28, 1986, 9:1
Easton senior center project temporiarily halted. Feb 28, 1986, 8:1
Mobile home proposal before P&Z. Feb 28, 1986, 5:1
Easton grand list tops $1 million. Mar 5, 1986, 1:2
Mobil home denied. Mar 5, 1986, 12:4
Town processes to be studied. Mar 5, 1986, 12:1
Youths arrested for bombing. Mar 5, 1986, 5:1
Code violations work to begin at Easton schools. Mar 7, 1986, 8:1
Selectmen budget hampered by computer system. Mar 7, 1986, 8:1
Subdivision review on P&Z agenda. Mar 7, 1986, 8:2
Town of Easton registers large year-end surplus. Mar 7, 1986, 8:1
Wetland permits on Conservation agenda. Mar 7, 1986, 20:3
BHC's subdivision rejected. Mar 12, 1986, 24:2
Delaware Road proposal approved with conditions. Mar 12, 1986, 15:1
Easton DTC head picked. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
Meyer eyes raises, two mill tax hike. Mar 12, 1986, 16:4
Principal selection to be aired. Mar 12, 1986, 16:1
School buildings top agenda for Town Meeting. Mar 12, 1986, 18:1
Chief: Easton efforts helping hold down crime. Mar 14, 1986, 8:1
Conservation delays hits. Mar 14, 1986, 13:1
Easton names six Hometown Heroes. Mar 14, 1986, 17:2
Lois Stueck chosen as chamber exec. Mar 14, 1986, 17:1
Board of Ed approves school improvements. Mar 19, 1986, 16:1
Town Meeting vote could expand building work. Mar 19, 1986, 38:1
Barlow budget increase reduced by school board. Mar 21, 1986, 6:1
Students make radio debut. Mar 21, 1986, 16:1
Town Meeting items approved. Mar 21, 1986, 16:4
Alterations approved. Mar 26, 1986, 5:4
Finance Board probes Easton school budget hike. Mar 26, 1986, 6:1
Interest rates better for investments. Mar 26, 1986, 3:1
Easton trees to mark state birthday. Mar 28, 1986, 20:2
Generator switch fails at Easton Town Hall. Mar 28, 1986, 20:3
Meyer seeking increases for Town Hall operations. Mar 28, 1986, 4:1
Road repair costs projected. Mar 28, 1986, 12:2
Wetland permit given. Mar 28, 1986, 12:1
Annual report bids on agenda. Apr 2, 1986, 9:1
Easton Park, Rec budget questioned by Finance Board. Apr 2, 1986, 5:1
Easton resident proposes sister city program. Apr 2, 1986, 16:1
Farm land preservation is Easton topic. Apr 2, 1986, 4:1
Meyer eyeing impact of Easton labor settlements. Apr 2, 1986, 10:1
Bond released, bid OK'd. Apr 4, 1986, 17:4
Conservation permits on tap. Apr 4, 1986, 9:1
More compensation sought for Easton Fire Dept. Apr 4, 1986, 9:1
Budget proposals would require 4 mills in Easton. Apr 9, 1986, 10:2
Easton transfers listed by town clerk's office. Apr 9, 1986, 26:3
Ex-board members hit Region 9 hike. Apr 9, 1986, 1:1
ZBA grants variances for two residences. Apr 9, 1986, 24:2
Easton budget break down. Apr 11, 1986, 3:1
Eastonite charged in youth sex case. Apr 11, 1986, 15:1
Easton officials defend proposals for budget hikes. Apr 11, 1986, 3:1
Not guilty pleas entered for four in bomb scare. Apr 11, 1986, 15:1
Residents angered by budget appropriations. Apr 11, 1986, 3:1
Subdivision on P&Z agenda. Apr 11, 1986, 12:2
1987 is target for Easton school work. Apr 16, 1986, 14:1
Donations sought for senior center. Apr 16, 1986, 1:1
Easton Conservation okays work. Apr 16, 1986, 14:2
P & Z schedules debate on satellite dish antennas. Apr 16, 1986, 8:2
Eastonite blasts BHC for Aspetuck River problems. Apr 18, 1986, 8:1
Group plans program to assist Barlow drug users. Apr 18, 1986, 10:1
Residence application before Conservation. Apr 18, 1986, 8:2
Subdivision on Easton P&Z agenda. Apr 18, 1986, 10:1
AIDS is next topic Tuesday. Apr 23, 1986, 11:3
Arbor Day set. Apr 23, 1986, 8:1
Easton's assessor to retire in October. Apr 23, 1986, 8:3
Easton GOP candidates set. Apr 23, 1986, 8:4
Meyer sees big budget cuts. Apr 23, 1986, 1:1
11 percent hike approved for Region 9 budget. Apr 25, 1986, 10:1
Easton's budget increase is halved. Apr 25, 1986, 1:1
Rabies clinic set in Easton. Apr 25, 1986, 9:1
Arbor Day marked by Eastonites. Apr 30, 1986, 22:1
Budget tops Easton agenda. Apr 30, 1986, 1:1
Cablevision proposed for Easton residents. Apr 30, 1986, 22:4
Conservation grants permit for residence construction. Apr 30, 1986,
   13:1
Funding to be sought for drug abuse program. Apr 30, 1986, 11:1
Outward Bound described. Apr 30, 1986, 11:1
Easton Boy Scouts receive awards. May 2, 1986, 19:1
Easton principal unhappy with NASA. May 2, 1986, 11:1
Referendum procedure. May 2, 1986, 9:1
Teacher salary projections debated. May 2, 1986, 9:1
Two petitions before ZBA. May 2, 1986, 7:1
Aging group eyes senior center. May 7, 1986, 8:2
Barlow budget gains easy OK. May 7, 1986, 8:2
Board to discuss budget cut proposal. May 7, 1986, 9:4
Easton Cub Scouts schedule activities. May 7, 1986, 26:1
Easton Hazardous Waste day set. May 7, 1986, 6:1
Meyer cited by local AAUW. May 7, 1986, 32:1
Pupils honor astronauts. May 7, 1986, 25:2
Variances approved. May 7, 1986, 8:2
Easton fishing regulations enforced. May 9, 1986, 4:2
Easton P&Z meeting scheduled. May 9, 1986, 4:1
Park budget not enough. May 9, 1986, 19:4
Selectmen approve bids for equipment. May 9, 1986, 21;1
Easton mill rate set. May 14, 1986, 14:3
Easton property exchanges filed. May 14, 1986, 35:1
New principal named for Easton's Samuel Staples School. May 14, 1986,
   4:1
Police, Fire dispute marks adoption of Easton budget. May 14, 1986,
   14:2
Satellite dish requirements set for Cablevision. May 14, 1986, 24:1
Easton EMS position debated. May 16, 1986, 11:1
New principal has new ideas for Staples. May 16, 1986, 11:3
Wetland permits OK. May 16, 1986, 11:1
Commission wants extra officer. May 21, 1986, 1:2
Eastonites concerned about roads. May 21, 1986, 19:1
Barlow adopts alcohol abuse counseling program. May 23, 1986, 12:1
Barlow sponsors contest-dramatic reading competition. May 23, 1986,
   12:1
Ceremony in Easton-Memorial Day Parade. May 23, 1986, 1:1
Review of wetland permits on agenda. May 23, 1986, 6:1
Two Easton students cited in state contest. May 23, 1986, 10:1
$3,000 raised for Easton library. May 28, 1986, 14:1
ZBA to hear variances. May 28, 1986, 10:3
Age requirement for Commission on Aging. May 30, 1986, 15:3
Easton applicant hits Conservation operation. May 30, 1986, 9:1
Talk not 'cheap' for local educator- William Daly. May 30, 1986, 10:1
Tenetative argreement for Cablevision, Easton. May 30, 1986, 9:3
Meyer concerned over possible BHC land sale. June 4, 1986, 14:1
Senior Center more targeted. June 4, 1986, 16:1
ZBA's priority to hardships. June 4, 1986, 15:1
Cablevision service okayed. Jun 06, 1986, 10:1
EMS needs full-time day person. Jun 06, 1986, 9:1
Remembering Easton the way it was. Jun 06, 1986, 3:1
Easton Dems endorse candidates. June 11, 1986, 34:1
Easton protects watershed, first selectman responds. June 11, 1986,
   19:1
Finance denies plea for surplus library funds. June 11, 1986, 19:1
No agreement reached on EMS. June 11, 1986, 5:2
Reallocations on agenda. June 11, 1986, 16:4
Resident complies with Easton P&Z. June 11, 1986, 16:1
Easton principal honored with humor. June 13, 1986, 9:1
Hope for settlement of Easton EMS issue seen. June 13, 1986, 9:3
Water flow maintenance sought. June 13, 1986, 21:1
Easton clerk records transfers. June 18, 1986, 17:3
Finance aide hired. June 18, 1986, 6:4
Meyer reassured on BHC land plan. June 18, 1986, 5:2
Dredging and repairs slated for swim area. June 20, 1986, 10:1
Easton woman raises the aristocrat of horses. June 20, 1986, 3:1
Premits on Consevation agenda. June 20, 1986, 17:1
Pupil surprised by national award- PTA Reflections-Jodi Silverman. June
   20, 1986, 8:1
Subdivisions on agenda Monday. June 20, 1986, 17:1
Decision-making help on drugs. June 25, 1986, 10:1
Easton to check fire department access. June 25, 1986, 1:1
Residents express concern overEaston subdivisions. June 25, 1986, 16:2
Committee eyeing Easton school plans. June 27, 1986, 7:1
Easton inspections questioned. June 27, 1986, 9:1
1850s schools restored- Wilson Street School. July 1, 1986Sect, 3,1:1
Easton P & Z denial overturned. July 1, 1986, 8:1
School plan questioned. July 1, 1986, 8:1
Helen Keller to be worked on first. July 3, 1986, 17:1
P & Z compliance questioned by neighbors. July 3, 1986, 6:1
Wetland permit on Easton agenda. July 3, 1986, 6:3
DOT guidelines say another Easton vote-road repairs. July 9, 1986, 28:1
Easton transfers. July 9, 1986, 16:3
Easton ZBA denies apartment waiver. July 9, 1986, 17:3
Easton plan unaltered by state ed officials. July 11, 1986, 20:4
Easton residents to vote on three issues. July 11, 1986, 7:1
Library plea on agenda. July 11, 1986, 7:3
New firehouse options clarified. July 11, 1986, 7:2
Easton ready to start new firehouse. July 16, 1986, 18:3
Easton to share surplus. July 16, 1986, 8:4
Finance board denies library use of surplus funds. July 16, 1986, 6:1
Interviews planned for assessor applicants. July 16, 1986, 8:4
Meeting will try to solve emergency services argument. July 16, 1986,
   8:1
Commission against union proposal. July 18, 1986, 14:3
Easton P&Z flooded with new applications. July 18, 1986, 18:4
Easton applications denied Conservation Commission. July 23, 1986, 18:4
Input needed from ed board on buildings. July 23, 1986, 18:4
Meyer finds snag in DPUC notice. July 23, 1986, 18:1
Residents okay bridge repair $. July 23, 1986, 17:1
Commission targets resident for possible violation. July 25, 1986, 21:1
Dems fail to endorse candidate in 135th district. July 25, 1986, 17:1
DPUC reschedules hearing. July 25, 1986, 24:3
Fire Dept. negotiations continue. July 25, 1986, 22:2
Meyer renominated for 6th term. July 25, 1986, 11:1
Rec Dept. targeted for swim hole problem. July 25, 1986, 8:1
Residents challenge rights before Conservation. July 25, 1986, 7:1
Pupil suspensions questioned. Aug 1, 1986, 5:3
Circus rescheduled by Easton Police Union. Aug 6, 1986, 6:2
Easton's surplus allocations to be considered August 20. Aug 6, 1986,
   4:1
Kaiser ravine before conservation. Aug 8, 1986, 6:2
Road resurfacing moving toward completion. Aug 8, 1986, 12:1
School project on agenda. Aug 8, 1986, 5:3
Veterans exemptions now available. Aug 8, 1986, 14:2
Xmas tree farm decision expected. Aug 8, 1986, 6:3
ZBA approves variance. Aug 8, 1986, 8:4
Commission hears plans for 911 system, police. Aug 13, 1986, 15:1
Easton property exchanges filed with town clerk's office. Aug 13, 1986,
   32:1
Meyer sees start-up of cable TV wiring work. Aug 13, 1986, 4:1
Resident charges he was discriminated against by P&Z. Aug 13, 1986,
   14:2
Meeting set Wednesday on Easton EMS issue. Aug 15, 1986, 8:1
Neighbor questions validity of Xmas tree farm. Aug 15, 1986, 17:1
School projects should be combined: chairman. Aug 15, 1986, 8:1
Group garners $42,000 for center. Aug 20, 1986, 10:2
Meyer backs school projects. Aug 20, 1986, 1:1
Ponds on agenda. Aug 20, 1986, 9:1
Xmas tree on P & Z agenda. Aug 20, 1986, 9:1
Consultant hired for Easton tax assessment. Aug 22, 1986, 5:4
Easton committee unhappy with school delays. Aug 22, 1986, 1:1
Legislators explain rules for grant. Aug 22, 1986, 5:1
Meyer opposes BHC sale. Aug 22, 1986, 11:1
New charge threatens rehabilitation. Aug 22, 1986, 13:3
Special ed targets problem in early stages. Aug 22, 1986, 3:1
CRRA board established. Aug 27, 1986, 26:2
Easton superintendent anticipates good year. Aug 27, 1986, 6:1
New principal planning to recognize the positive. Aug 27, 1986, 3:1
Werner hearing continued- christmas tree farm. Aug 27, 1986, 27:1
Easton RTC to hold dinner. Aug 29, 1986, 9:1
Easton school bus routes set. Aug 29, 1986, 17:3
EMS awaiting response from Fire commissioners. Aug 29, 1986, 5:1
Florist variance sought-Running Brook Farm Nursery. Aug 29, 1986, 5:4
Six buildings granted by planners. Aug 29, 1986, 8:5
State allocation on selectman agenda. Aug 29, 1986, 5:1
BHC subdivision on tap. Sept 3, 1986, 8:4
Chiota slae announced. Sept 3, 1986, 21:1
Conservation meeting Tues. Sept 5, 1986, 17:1
Easton reviewing options for spending state allocation. Sept 5, 1986,
   21:1
Police consider changes. Sept 5, 1986, 21:1
Three-acre variance plea fails second time. Sept 5, 1986, 14:1
Variance denied after heated battle. Sept 5, 1986, 14:2
Easton EMS proposal honed. Sept 10, 1986, 8:1
Easton property exchanges recorded. Sept 10, 1986, 30:4
Financial 'ammuntion' sought by Eddy in Easton. Sept 10, 1986, 12:1
Fire damages Easton house. Sept 10, 1986, 13:1
Fire Marshal closes classroom. Sept 10, 1986, 1:1
Meyer responds to resident's concern about BHC's plans. Sept 10, 1986,
   23:1
Police unit gets info on 911 system. Sept 10, 1986, 9:1
P&Z moving toward decision on farm soil removal. Sept 10, 1986, 9:1
Easton vote planned on allocation. Sept 12, 1986, 4:1
Helping parents help pupils is focus of Easton program. Sept 12, 1986,
   16:1
Pond plans questioned by Easton conservation unit. Sept 12, 1986, 7:1
Small turnout supports Belaga. Sept 12, 1986, 5:1
Status report on finance agenda. Sept 12, 1986, 9:1
Alternative found for music program. Sept 17, 1986, 8:1
BHC nears Easton P&Z approval of subdivision. Sept 17, 1986, 18:3
Easton switches firms following computer problems. Sept 17, 1986, 9:1
Turnout urged for TV hearing-cable television. Sept 17, 1986, 8:3
BHC to submit revised plan to P&Z. Sept 19, 1986, 9:4
EMS rejects Fire proposal. Sept 19, 1986, 1:1
Locals to participate in Women's Congress. Sept 19, 1986, 6:3
Selectmen draft proposal for allocation of state funds. Sept 19, 1986,
   6:1
Werner decision due Tuesday. Sept 19, 1986, 9:4
Austrian student adapts to American lifestyle. Sept 24, 1986, 3:1
P&Z denies Werner permit. Sept 24, 1986, 5:3
School code updated. Sept 24, 1986, 5:1
Selectmen to meet with building committee. Sept 24, 1986, 1:1
Conservation tables Werner permit. Sept 26, 1986, 11:1
Easton school code work stalled. Sept 26, 1986, 1:1
Easton slated for hearings-cable television. Oct 1, 1986, 17:3
Open space sought in subdivision. Oct 1, 1986, 1:1
Region 9 board to examine handbook. Oct 1, 1986, 17:1
Approval imminent to permit cable TV. Oct 3, 1986, 8:1
Code work update on agenda-Samuel Staples Elementary School. Oct 3,
   1986, 8:3
Public hearing on state $ Weds. Oct 3, 1986, 7:1
P&Z set for hearings Mon. Oct 3, 1986, 8:1
Selectmen to get report on school-Samuel Staples Elementary School. Oct
   3, 1986, 8:3
Seven items on ZBA agenda. , 5:4
Easton clerk records property exchanges. Oct 8, 1986, 49:1
Easton open space plan debated. Oct 8, 1986, 38:2
Group urges action on correction-code violations Samuel Staples
   Elementary School. Oct 8, 1986, 44:1
Teacher pay on Easton agenda. Oct 8, 1986, 10:3
Barlow students score high on SATs. Oct 10, 1986, 13:1
Discussion to continue on EMS. Oct 10, 1986, 12:2
Easton allocates $65,700 in state funds. Oct 10, 1986, 6:1
Easton groups urge dismissal of building unit. Oct 10, 1986, 5:1
Easton variance plea goes back to court again. Oct 10, 1986, 6:2
Werner decision expected. Oct 10, 1986, 11:1
Year-end report on Finance agenda. Oct 10, 1986, 11:1
School building committee replacement discussed. Oct 15, 1986, 13:1
Selectmen, school board to meet on code work. Oct 15, 1986, 12:1
Stress and kids topic at Easton's Helen Keller School. Oct 15, 1986,
   12:4
Easton EMS unit plans meeting on proposal. Oct 17, 1986, 10:4
School work bill questioned. Oct 17, 1986, 11:1
Town Meeting to vote on building committee-schools. Oct 17, 1986, 10:1
Code deadline rejected-schools. Oct 22, 1986, 1:1
ZBA rejects variance for nursery. Oct 22, 1986, 6:1
BHC plan on agenda. Oct 24, 1986, 8:1
Code work to continue despite public criticism. Oct 24, 1986, 1:1
EMS at standstill with fire proposal. Oct 24, 1986, 16:3
Farm pond proposal on agenda. Oct 24, 1986, 8:2
Aging unit to take stance on code work-Commission on Aging. Oct 29,
   1986, 24:1
Effective communication can reduce stress in kids. Oct 29, 1986, 20:1
GOP leaders urge turn-out by party. Oct 29, 1986, 10:1
Petitioners must offer motions to town meeting-school building
   committee. Oct 29, 1986, 10:1
P&Z, ZBA to hold open session on zoning regs. Oct 29, 1986, 8:2
Committee questions architect's ability-schools--Helen Keller and
   Samuel Staples. Oct 31, 1986, 20:1
Deadline extension needed for Warner application. Oct 31, 1986, 23:1
Town meeting process described- school building committee. Oct 31,
   1986, 20:2
Voter apathy concern of Meyer. Oct 31, 1986, 25:1
Police Dept. feels lack of new officer. Nov 05, 1986, 16:2
School building issues debated. Nov 05, 1986, 1:1
Town Meeting attendance urged. Nov 05, 1986, 5:3
ZBA votes to keep historic home in place. Nov 05, 1986, 28:1
Conservation unit finally rejects pond proposal. Nov 07, 1986, 16:3
Easton solidly backs GOP. Nov 07, 1986, 8:3
Retail sales is question. Nov 07, 1986, 19:1
Selectmen okay appointments to boards. Nov 07, 1986, 5:1
Special allocation sought-park and recreation. Nov 07, 1986, 16:1
Finance debates Building Committee role. Nov 12, 1986, 17:1
New group will plan Easton school projects. Nov 12, 1986, 1:3
P&Z vote sidesteps ZBA ruling. Nov 12, 1986, 10:2
Selectmen to screen Building Committee nominees. Nov 12, 1986, 16:1
Student supervision on agenda. Nov 12, 1986, 11:1
BHC plans to donate land from subdivision. Nov 14, 1986, 9:1
New session set for EMT coverage talks. Nov 14, 1986, 9:1
Region 9 fund transfer on tap. Nov 14, 1986, 7:1
Committee to be announced-School Building Committee. Nov 19, 1986, 8:2
Computer ills causing problems. Nov 19, 1986, 10:1
Easton's tough man behind its tender turkeys-Johan Van Achterberg. Nov
   19, 1986, 3:1
P&Z issues is hearing topic. Nov 19, 1986, 4:1
Student supervision expansion gets approval. Nov 19, 1986, 8:1
Discord marks naming of building committee. Nov 21, 1986, 1:1
Easton ambulance awaiting final approvals. Nov 21, 1986, 4:2
Parking lot design provokes uproar in Easton-across from Town Hall. Nov
   21, 1986, 16:1
Region 9 board seeks review of HS curriculum. Nov 21, 1986, 6:1
Easton receives AAA safety award. Nov 25, 1986, 8:2
Functions of Easton P&Z questioned at joint hearing. Nov 25, 1986, 11:1
Going door-to-door Easton firefighters conducting survey. Nov 25, 1986,
   1:1
Conservation, Fire debate regs for fire pond. Nov 28, 1986, 10:1
New building committee to organize next week. Nov 28, 1986, 6:1
Easton surpasses United Way goal. Dec 3, 1986, 14:2
Easton wants 10 acres of BHC land for town. Dec 3, 1986, 5:1
Selectmen to advise new building committee tonight. Dec 3, 1986, 8:1
Two variances granted. Dec 3, 1986, 6:1
BHC to make presentation. Dec 5, 1986, 9:1
Door-to-door solicitors get warning in Easton. Dec 5, 1986, 12:4
Landscaping committee named for parking lot. Dec 5, 1986, 13:1
Meyer advises Building committee to be prudent. Dec 5, 1986, 6:1
Property transfers recorded. Dec 5, 1986, 14:3
Suddivisions reviewed Monday. Dec 5, 1986, 9:1
Blood supplies seriously low. Dec 10, 1986, 6:1
Library abuses minimal. Dec 10, 1986, 18:1
Zoning officer granted more authority. Dec 10, 1986, 16:1
Easton, Redding students find answer to 'who am I?'. Dec 12, 1986, 20:1
Status report due- school building committee. Dec 12, 1986, 6:2
Bonding on agenda. Dec 17, 1986, 10:2
Building department lists November permits. Dec 17, 1986, 46:4
     Communication vital in reducing Easton burglary rate. Dec 17, 1986,
        18:2
     Day care optins examined by board. Dec 17, 1986, 16:4
     Easton communications need improvement. Dec 17, 1986, 34:1
     Education deficit under fire from Finance members. Dec 17, 1986, 5:1
     EMS tonight. Dec 17, 1986, 6:4
     School administration offered use of Easton firehouse. Dec 17, 1986,
        10:1
     BHC decision due Monday. Dec 19, 1986, 18:5
     Eastonite receives award- Dean M. Gottschalk. Dec 19, 1986, 14:4
     Lack if quorum postpones EMT/firefighter discussion. Dec 19, 1986, 23:3
     Ed administrator to take over firehouse? Dec 30, 1986, 8:2
     BHC gets nod from P&Z but conditions are imposed. Dec 30, 1986, 10:1
    Awards assembly cites Helen Keller School pupils. June 20, 1986, 8:1
    Easton carnival gets underway. July 18, 1986, 14:3
    School board okays reductions in budget accounts. June 18, 1986, 6:1
\*ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
     EDC comments back RR proposal. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
     Fairfield eyeing bigger community celebrations. Mar 19, 1986, 6:1
     Merchants pleased. Mar 26, 1986, 23:1
     EDC discussing role in zone change process. Apr 9, 1986, 12:2
     EDC questions plan for new business district. Apr 11, 1986, 12:1
     Design contest to be held. Apr 23, 1986, 12:2
     Plans move forward for town celebration. Apr 23, 1986, 14:2
     Budget set for 'Fairfest'. Apr 30, 1986, 16:4
     EDC considering industrial plan. May 2, 1986, 4:4
     Facade project cited by EDC. May 9, 1986, 7:4
     Entrepreneurs revitalize center. May 14, 1986III, 3:1
     Loan program set up for Turnpike improvements. May 14, 1986, 36:1
     Commercial use of park land is a board concern. May 16, 1986, 10:1
     EDC traffic survey set. May 23, 1986, 21:1
     Public input invited for Black Rock(Turnpike). May 23, 1986, 21:1
     Procedure debated for EDC. May 30, 1986, 6:3
     Meeting to be sought on development plan. June 27, 1986, 6:3
     Developers attracted to town's economic climate. July 16, 1986, 3:1
     Bus shelter proposals sought. July 23, 1986, 10:2
     Workshops planned for BRT improvement. July 23, 1986, 6:4
     Black Rock Tpke. group targets area improvements. Aug 1, 1986, 19:1
     Fuse: TPZ Commission studeies 'whole picture'. Aug 15, 1986, 3:1
     Financial issues delaying State Street study. Aug 20, 1986, 15:1
     Cautious stance needed in town's development. Sept 5, 1986, 3:1
     Deadline nearing for shelter design-Sherman Green bus shelter. Sept 19,
        1986, 16:1
     EDC to hire traffic consultant. Sept 19, 1986, 16:3
     Firm to begin work on plan for BR Turnpike traffic. Oct 1, 1986, 10:1
     Traffic to be discussed-Black Rock Turnpike. Oct 1, 1986, 10:4
     Winning design picked for bus stop- Sherman Green. Oct 22, 1986, 14:1
     EDC to discuss land deal impact-train station parking. Oct 24, 1986,
        16:3
     Meeting on parking reset- train station. Oct 29, 1986, 5:1
     EDC receptive to housing, parking proposal. Nov 05, 1986, 30:1
     Housing proposal on agenda for EDC. Nov 19, 1986, 11:1
     EDC votes to pursue downtown housing plan. Nov 21, 1986, 27:1
     Plans to be discussed for owner-built project. Nov 21, 1986, 27:1
     Architects sought for downtown Home Park plan. Dec 30, 1986, 13:3
     Bus shelter construction targeted for spring. Dec 30, 1986, 6:1
\*ECONOMY
     Confidence, questions seen on state economy. Jan 10, 1986, 3:1
     Economic effects among those of shuttle disaster. Feb 12, 1986 Section
        II, 4:1
\*EDDY, NELSON
     Dodd, Eddy debate U.S. foreign policy. Oct 31, 1986, 10:1
\*EDDY, ROGER
     Eddy seeks RTC aid to beat incumbent Dodd. June 27, 1986, 8:2
     Eddy calls for sanctins on S. Africa. Aug 20, 1986, 30:2
     Eddy continues his offensive in senatorial battle. Aug 29, 1986, 11:1
     Eddy urges drug testing. Sept 10, 1986, 27:1
\*EDUCATION
     Teacher union lauds state $ plan. Jan 22, 1986, 1:2
     Special science program offered for gifted, talented. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Higher ed importance, needs cited by officials. Feb 12, 1986 Sectio II,
        3:1
     Town educator statistics show higher salaries, age. Feb 12, 1986, 12:1
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
     Local educators fear educational goals proposal. Mar 19, 1986, 14:1
     Teaching awards now available in state. Mar 19, 1986, 40:1
     Bill would allow business people as teachers. Apr 9, 1986, 16:1
     Curriculum is consideration for consolidation plan. May 14, 1986, 1:1
     Special session for education. May 14, 1986III, 4:1
     Talkative computers aid students. May 30, 1986, 3:2
     Success of language program heralded by parents. June 4, 1986, 10:1
     Teacher records destroyed without permission-state Department of
        Education. Aug 15, 1986, 4:1
     Cooperative projects seen for schools, companies. Nov 21, 1986, 23:1
     Ed grant $ awarded to CBIA. Nov 25, 1986, 6:2
\*EINHORN, WILLIAM
     Salvaging a part of history-producer of jon Gnagy's 'Draw with Me'. Dec
        17, 1986, 3:1
\*ELECTIONS
     Candidates to announce. Jan 8, 1986, 11:1
     Durrell doubled Como in campaign financing. Jan 8, 1986, 17:1
     Moffett brings campaign to unsympathic Dems. Jan 8, 1986, 12:1
     McKinney looks forward to 1986 election campaigns. Jan 15, 1986, 25:1
     O'Neill announces re-election plans. Jan 15, 1986, 18:1
     Neidermeier confident in McKinney challenge. Jan 17, 1986, 3:1
     Ridgefield Republican seeking governorship nod. Jan 17, 1986, 11:1
     State politicians now count on Fairfield County's voters. Jan 22, 1986,
        13:1
     Fund cuts an 'opportunity'. Feb 5, 1986, 5:1
     Van Norstrand a dark horse in GOP gubernatorial race? Feb 7, 1986, 16:3
     Belaga names two locals to campaign. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 6:1
     Dems endorse Neidermeier; Postol hits RR move. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     Durrell regards Belaga as a political mirror image. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     Neidermeier endorsed. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 6:4
     Neidermeier kicks off campaign for Congress. Feb 26, 1986, 8:1
     Bill would make primaries easier. Feb 28, 1986, 12:2
     Bozzuto campaign running strong. Mar 7, 1986, 19:1
     Labriola concentrates efforts on Fairfield County. Mar 7, 1986, 11:1
     Bozzuto list grows. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
     Candidate certification process to continue. Mar 12, 1986, 8:1
     Candidates hit Republican primary plan. Mar 12, 1986, 25:1
     Chris, Belaga feel strain of campaigns and offices. Mar 12, 1986, 26:2
     Sturges wants nomination. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
     Bozzuto, Moffett to debate. Mar 19, 1986, 41:4
     Chris picks manager. Mar 19, 1986, 41:2
     Postol plans to replce Niedermeier. Mar 19, 1986, 8:1
     Belaga: I can rouse Fairfield County voters. Mar 26, 1986, 14:3
     Belaga to mount primaries. Mar 26, 1986, 14:1
     Political, personal contrasts mark race for U.S. Senate. Mar 26, 1986,
        20:3
     McKinney getting ready for Niedermeier. Mar 28, 1986, 21:1
     Moffet won't quit. Apr 18, 1986, 10:3
     McKinney to make announcement. Apr 23, 1986, 4:1
     Transit is issue. Apr 25, 1986, 20:1
     Election complaint ruling. Apr 30, 1986, 12:1
     Eddy seeks RTC aid to beat incumbent Dodd. June 27, 1986, 8:2
     O'Neill in strong position. July 18, 1986, 17:1
     'Outsider' status has made things tough for Moffet. July 18, 1986, 18:1
     Moffett challenge turned back. July 23, 1986, 1:1
     Moffet wins some party platform points. July 23, 1986, 8:1
     Rep. Metsopoulos seeks debate with challenger. July 23, 1986, 12:4
     Werner will contest Wilber's seat. July 23, 1986, 13:1
     Bernacki begins aggressive state Senate campaign. July 25, 1986, 15:1
     GOP incumbants win endorsement. July 25, 1986, 11:1
     State GOP now looks to primary battle. July 25, 1986, 1:1
     Challenge in fifth- Jeffrey Peters. Aug 1, 1986, 15:4
     Primary campaigns aimed at O'Neill: candidates. Aug 1, 1986, 15:1
     Fairfield County vote essential in GOP primary. Aug 8, 1986, 13:1
     Debate tomorrow for 132nd Dist-Metsoupoulos-Sturges. Aug 20, 1986, 30:4
     GOP primary to heat up. Aug 20, 1986, 28:2
     Bozzuto sees himself misunderstood in Fairfield. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Primary procedures explained by local LWV. Sept 3, 1986, 19:1
     Candidate debate is prelude to GOP primary-Belaga, Bozzuto, Labriola.
        Sept 5, 1986, 22:1
     Fairfield bucks trend in GOP race. Sept 12, 1986, 1:1
     Dems vow victory in local, state races. Sept 19, 1986, 5:1
     GOP's best candidate may prove tough for O'Neill. Sept 26, 1986, 13:1
     Bernacki maintains anti-Lovegrove stance. Oct 8, 1986, 32:1
     Party lever, judges among questions on Nov. ballot. Oct 8, 1986, 36:1
     Voting fraud assistance set. Oct 22, 1986, 6:3
     GOP candidates express confidence. Oct 24, 1986, 6:4
     1986 Voters Guide. Oct 29, 1986, 25:1
     Bernacki campaign hits abilities of her opponent. Oct 29, 1986, 18:1
     Lovegrove criticizes attack by opponent. Oct 29, 1986, 19:1
     Wilbur cites achievements, plans to meet future. Oct 29, 1986, 22:1
     Dodd, Eddy debate U.S. foreign policy. Oct 31, 1986, 10:1
     Mckinney shrugs off charges of ineffectiveness. Oct 31, 1986, 5:1
     Metsopoulos cites independence in assembly. Oct 31, 1986, 8:1
     4th District close. Nov 05, 1986, 1:1
     Disappointment follows hope-Democrats. Nov 07, 1986, 10:3
     Fairfeild's voters back election winners. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
     Mckinney, GOP enjoy election victories Tuesday. Nov 07, 1986, 9:1
     Union endorses victorious- CEA. Nov 12, 1986, 5:1
     Local Republicans cite their election success-Tymniak. Nov 21, 1986,
        5:1
\*EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Combined dispatch center eyed. Dec 12, 1986, 13:1
\*ENERGY BANK
     Energy Bank offers $. Nov 19, 1986, 15:1
\*EPISCOPAL CHURCH
     Local religious dispute going to Superior Court. Oct 31, 1986, 19:1
\*ERICSSON, KATHLEEN SMITH
     Two local residents are 'outstanding women'. May 21, 1986, 21:1
\*ERVIN, ROY
     Ervin: Town can't restrict gazebo use. May 30, 1986, 15:3
\*EXCEDRIN
     Excedrin warnings issued. June 25, 1986, 6:1
\*EXXON CORPORATION
     Capitol notes. Mar 14, 1986, 15:1
\%
\*FAGAN, BRIAN
     Board names principal, considers staff reductions. May 30, 1986, 4:2
\*FAIFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
     RTM must act merger vote. Sept 5, 1986, 1:1
\*FAIRCHILD WHEELER GOLF COURSE
     Assessment debated. Jun 06, 1986, 6:1
     Selectmen approve Bridgeport golf coursepact. June 13, 1986, 4:1
     Action to be sought today to collect taxes from city. Aug 6, 1986, 1:2
\*FAIRFEST '86
     Budget set for 'Fairfest'. Apr 30, 1986, 16:4
     Fairfest '86 activities expanded. June 4, 1986, 16:4
     Auto show among Fairfest activities. June 20, 1986, 15:1
     Parking set for rodeos, other events. July 9, 1986, 13:3
     Rodeo tricks tomorrow. July 9, 1986, 15:1
     Fairfest '86 opens this weekend. July 11, 1986, 24:3
     Second rodeo show added. July 11, 1986, 24:1
     First Fairfest: anything that could go wrong did. July 16, 1986, 10:2
     Ride 'em cowboy! July 16, 1986, 1:1
     Funds grudgingly given for Fairfest debt payment. Aug 8, 1986, 7:1
\*FAIRFIELD 2000
     County needs cooperation to 'recover from its success'. Apr 9, 1986,
        1:2
     State aid targeted for county problems. Apr 9, 1986, 5:1
\*FAIRFIELD ADULT CAREER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES- FACES
     Agency provides help in choosing career paths. Aug 1, 1986, 3:1
\*FAIRFIELD BEACH ROAD ASSOCIATION
     Developers challenged by beach group. Sept 26, 1986, 1:2
\*FAIRFIELD BOARD OF REALTORS
     Local realtor official opposes conveyance tax. Mar 19, 1986, 10:1
\*FAIRFIELD CENTER
     'Adopt' a bench. Feb 12, 1986, 8:2
\*FAIRFIELD CITIZEN-NEWS
     2nd place for column- Lolita Baldor. May 30, 1986, 6:5
     Hines named editor of Fairfield Citizen-News-Grey promoted to managing
        editor. Nov 25, 1986, 1:3
\*FAIRFIELD COALITION OF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS
     Neighborhood opposes condo proposals. Sept 26, 1986, 4:1
\*FAIRFIELD COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL
     Daly named to Prep post. Aug 13, 1986, 15:1
\*FAIRFIELD COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
     Ice rink work continuing pending approval. Oct 22, 1986, 12:1
     Suit charges ice rink would harm neighborhood. Nov 12, 1986, 28:3
     Historic District Commission approves ice rink construction. Nov 25,
        1986, 9:1
     Rink permit valid, says town planner-Fairfield Country Day School. Dec
        3, 1986, 1:2
     A seasoned hand at entertaining- Maggie and Jim Sterns. Dec 30, 1986,
        3:1
\*FAIRFIELD DAY
     Fairfield eyeing bigger community celebrations. Mar 19, 1986, 6:1
     Plans move forward for town celebration. Apr 23, 1986, 14:2
\*FAIRFIELD EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
     Teacher union lauds state $ plan. Jan 22, 1986, 1:2
     FEA backs hearing in teacher retirement case. May 16, 1986, 3:1
     FEA president targets upgrading teacher status. June 25, 1986, 26:1
     Teachers remain concerned about consolidation. Sept 19, 1986, 10:1
     FEA qualifies merger plan support. Oct 24, 1986, 15:4
     O'Neill, other candidates declare school support. Oct 24, 1986, 6:1
\*FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
     Hearing on school chief. Jan 3, 1986, 1:2
     School study finalists picked. Jan 10, 1986, 5:1
     Board fails to choose consolidation architect. Feb 7, 1986, 5:3
     Area architect picked to evaluate high schools. Feb 12, 1986, 5:1
     Board to consider redistricting issue. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
     School name approved, pupil redistricting eyed. Feb 21, 1986, 4:1
     Student activities on agenda Thurs. Feb 26, 1986, 9:1
     Architects clarify criteria for school consolidation. Mar 14, 1986, 4:1
     Architects pick Warde, but consolidation fought. Apr 25, 1986, 1:2
     Durrell urges fight against closing. Apr 25, 1986, 4:1
     Debate rages over school consolidation. May 2, 1986, 1:2
     Population figures back plan. May 2, 1986, 1:1
     Consolidation is $ issue. May 7, 1986, 1:1
     Consolidation costs not final. May 9, 1986, 5:1
     Durrell: Delay consolidation. May 9, 1986, 1:1
     Residents will air feelings on consolidation Tuesday. May 9, 1986, 5:1
     Consolidation debate moves to DTC meeting. May 14, 1986, 10:1
     Curriculum is consideration for consolidation plan. May 14, 1986, 1:1
     Population study predicts growth in enrollment. May 14, 1986III, 1:1
     Board will consider public opinion on high schools. May 16, 1986, 4:1
     Dual campus school proposed by Selectmen. May 16, 1986, 5:1
     Hearing reflects town's division over consolidation. May 16, 1986, 1:1
     High school merger plan replaces budget as issue. May 21, 1986, 8:2
     $2.8 million minimum needed for consolidation. May 23, 1986, 5:1
     Board voting again on school merger. May 23, 1986, 1:1
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
     Merger debate to continue. May 30, 1986, 1:1
     Durell tells students it's not too late. June 11, 1986, 1:1
     Nurses: more space in new HS. June 4, 1986, 1:1
     PTA urges members to 'unite' on merger.June 4, 1986, 5:1
     Ludlowe students protest merger. Jun 06, 1986, 1:2
     RTM split on student protest. Jun 06, 1986, 4:3
     Postol urges unity behind school consolidation. June 11, 1986, 8:1
     Students not happy with merger explanation. June 13, 1986, 5:1
     Survey, vote considered in merger controversy. June 13, 1986, 1:1
     Board to seek merger funds. June 20, 1986, 1:1
     Fairfield High School proposed modifications. June 20, 1986, 23:1
     Little disruption seen for Warde renovation work. June 20, 1986, 5:1
     Overcrowding concerns teachers. June 20, 1986, 1:2
     Merger foes organize. June 25, 1986, 1:1
     State per pupil costs considered in merger. July 9, 1986, 12:1
     Consolidation vote issue remains unsettled. July 11, 1986, 1:2
     Pro-merger group joins debate over high schools. July 11, 1986, 1:2
     School gaining identity. Feb 12, 1986, 1:1
     Chairman wants smaller public hearings. July 18, 1986, 8:2
     Tempers flare as school merger debate continues. July 18, 1986, 1:1
     Merger referendum would be legal: attorney. July 23, 1986, 1:2
     For one town keeping one high school was best. July 25, 1986, 8:1
     Merger to be aired. July 25, 1986, 17:4
     RTM to consider merger referendum. July 25, 1986, 8:2
     Delay of merger pressed. Aug 1, 1986, 1:2
     Finance Board backs extended student survey. Aug 8, 1986, 1:1
     Merger worked for East Hartford. Aug 8, 1986, 1:2
     Merger delay could hit sports. Aug 13, 1986, 5:4
     Referendum may be next move on merger issue. Aug 13, 1986, 5:1
     Merger meeting set for high school teachers. Aug 20, 1986, 5:1
     Procedure, phrasing debated for referendum. Aug 22, 1986, 4:1
     Referendum on merger more likely: GOP caucus. Aug 22, 1986, 3:1
     Hot debate marks vote on merger. Aug 27, 1986, 1:1, 1:1
     State: Referendum illegal. Sept 10, 1986, 1:1
     Questions mire vote on merger. Sept 12, 1986, 1:4
     Merger battle 'not over'. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM vote opposes referendum ordinance. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     Merger can make school 'one of the best in state'. Sept 19, 1986, 1:3
     Teachers remain concerned about consolidation. Sept 19, 1986, 10:1
     Teachers, super talk HS merger. Oct 3, 1986, 1:2
     Enrollment projections debated. Oct 24, 1986, 1:1
     FEA qualifies merger plan support. Oct 24, 1986, 15:4
     Board gives go-ahead on $7,500 architect's study. Oct 31, 1986, 11:1
     Parents view HS merger option. Nov 05, 1986, 1:2
     School PTAs stance on merger debated by council. Nov 05, 1986, 11:1
     Merger plans lower school budget request. Nov 12, 1986, 1:1
     Committee to aid consolidation. Nov 21, 1986, 1:1
     RTM to look at Warde. Nov 21, 1986, 3:1
     $3.5 million sought for high school consolidation. Dec 3, 1986, 1:1
     Education Board to vote on $3.5 m. Dec 5, 1986, 1:1
     $3.5 m approved for merger; Board of Finance next to vote. Dec 10,
        1986, 1:2
     Building committee to be named. Dec 17, 1986, 10:1
     Finance Board approves $3.5m for consolidation-more than 400 attended.
        Dec 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM committees differ Consolidation showdown expected. Dec 19, 1986,
        1:1
     RTM school consolidation vote too close to call. Dec 30, 1986, 1:1
     Students' feelings mixed about merger. Dec 30, 1986, 5:1
\*FAIRFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY
     Discovering the local history behind Fairfield. Jan 22, 1986, 3:1
     Private social service agencies exempt from cuts. Mar 5, 1986, 11:1
     Town history book to encompass present day. Apr 4, 1986, 3:1
     Protective measures taken for historical treasure. June 4, 1986II, 4:1
\*FAIRFIELD POST OFFICE
     Mail destroyed- collection box at Oldfield and South Pine Creek Roads.
        July 23, 1986, 11:1
\*FAIRFIELD PTA COUNCIL
     School PTAs stance on merger debated by council. Nov 05, 1986, 11:1
\*FAIRFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY
     Renovation on agenda. Jan 24, 1986, 7:1
     Library investment $ nearing 1 million level. Jan 29, 1986, 8:1
     Techniques help avoid failures in communication. Mar 14, 1986, 20:1
     Library updates policy. Mar 19, 1986, 20:1
     Renovations on library agenda-Fairfield Woods Branch. Apr 18, 1986, 8:3
     State grant figures decline for Fairfield Public Library. Apr 23, 1986,
        12:1
     Library gets increase in state funds. June 18, 1986, 8:1
     Library investment values increase. July 25, 1986, 9:1
     Income, activity increase for Fairfield Library. Aug 20, 1986, 26:1
     Library books are popular, according to local survey-Fairfield Woods
        Branch. Sept 24, 1986, 6:1
     Library eyes completion date-Fairfield Woods Branch Library. Sept 26,
        1986, 14:1
     Group aims to make library more useable-Fairfield Woods Branch Library.
        Oct 22, 1986, 10:2
     Library unit seeks staff hike. Oct 22, 1986, 10:2
     Branch library plans on agenda. Nov 14, 1986, 11:1
     Library $ hikes proposed; extended hours mulled. Nov 19, 1986, 17:1
     Plans detailed for library expansion. Dec 30, 1986, 5:1
\*FAIRFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
     Talkative computers aid students. May 30, 1986, 3:2
\*FAIRFIELD TEEN CENTER
     Center seeks new board. July 11, 1986, 10:1
\*FAIRFIELD TENNIS CLUB
     Durrell denies waiver. Feb 26, 1986, 18:4
\*FAIRFIELD TRAIN STATION
     DTC members support RR plan. Jan 8, 1996, 6:2
     2-1 selectmen vote gives go-ahead to RR station plan. Jan 10, 1986, 1:1
     Misunderstanding seen in opposition to RR plan. Jan 17, 1986, 1:1
     RR station objections a surprise to selectman. Jan 22, 1986, 8:1
     RR station plan goes to Finance. Jan 31, 1986, 1:2
     Study may include RR plan. Feb 5, 1986, 6:2
     RR relocation approved by 7-2 Finance vote. feb 7, 1986, 1:1
     EDC comments back RR proposal. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
     Opposition raised to RR proposal. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
     RTM actions lauded by selectman. Feb 21, 1986, 8:2
     Durrell says RR deal was 'politically motivated'. Feb 26, 1986, 5:1
     RR plan nixed; RTM delays purchase. Feb 26, 1986, 1:2
     Como against Bullard purchase. Feb 28, 1986, 4:2
     EDC urges purchase, still hoping for RR relocation. Feb 28, 1986, 4:1
     Dems refute Durrell's accusation of RR deal. Mar 5, 1986, 6:1
     Commuters may get gourmet food. Mar 12, 1986, 8:2
     RR dispute may end. Mar 14, 1986, 7:1
     Action urged on parking for station. July 1, 1986, 1:2
     Local, regional answers sought for parking spaces. July 1, 1986, 24:1
     $5M sought for RR parking. Aug 22, 1986, 1:1
     Parking rate hike eyed to finance land purchases. Sept 3, 1986, 6:1
     Railroad parking purcahse on Finance agenda Tuesday. Sept 5, 1986, 4:2
     Fairfield to receive RR station funds. Sept 10, 1986, 5:2
     RTM to decide on UI property purchase Monday. Sept 19, 1986, 4:1
     Town to buy UI land for $5M. Sept 24, 1986, 1:1
     Land purchase petitioned- parking. Sept 26, 1986, 6:2
     Property purchase contract stalled train station. Oct 1, 1986, 23:1
     Land purchase petition fails. Oct 8, 1986, 12:1
     Neighbors worried about commuter lot plans. Oct 17, 1986, 1:1
     EDC to discuss land deal impact-train station parking. Oct 24, 1986,
        16:3
     Meeting on parking reset- train station. Oct 29, 1986, 5:1
     Commuter parking approved. Oct 31, 1986, 1:1
     Housing proposal on agenda for EDC. Nov 19, 1986, 11:1
     Lawsuit challenges approval of commuter lot. Nov 19, 1986, 1:2
     Town clearing land for commuter spaces. Dec 30, 1986, 13:1
\*FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY
Economics is seminar topic. Jan 3, 1986, 12:5
Young scholars series set. Feb 7, 1986, 11:1
Higher ed importance, needs cited by officials. Feb 12, 1986 Sectio II,
   3:1
Defense spending seen damaging to U.S. society. Feb 21, 1986, 13:1
Power failure cancels play. Feb 28, 1986, 2:1
Shakespeare goes high tech with invention. Mar 5, 1986, 3:1
Fairfield U gets major gift. Mar 12, 1986, 17:1
Poverty topic at Fairfield U. Mar 12, 1986, 17:1
Town cites Fairfield U. Mar 12, 1986, 16:2
Elie Weisel to speak in Fairfield. Mar 19, 1986, 21:1
Fairfield U examines current curriculum. Mar 19, 1986, 40:4
Education seen key to dealing with nation's poor. Mar 21, 1986, 14:1
Stags to be honored at chamber meeting. Mar 21, 1986, 10:2
Chamber honors Stags' achievement. Mar 28, 1986, 5:1
Insights to space flight history. Apr 2, 1986, 1:2
Weisel warns audience of growing intolerance. Apr 4, 1986, 18:1
County needs cooperation to 'recover from its success'. Apr 9, 1986,
   1:2
Institute serves retired professionals. Apr 9, 1986, 22:2
State aid targeted for county problems. Apr 9, 1986, 5:1
Fairfield U tuition up. Apr 16, 1986, 34:3
'Symbols' important-author explores history of blacks and intolerance.
   Apr 16, 1986, 10:1
Pine Creek marsh shows restoration potential. Apr 16, 1986, 3:1
Ferraro to speak Monday. Apr 18, 1986, 15:4
Ferraro warns of extremist forces. Apr 23, 1986, 1:1
Bill of rights fate at stake in '80s: ACLU head. Apr 30, 1986, 14:1
Professors awarded grants. May 14, 1986III, 14:2
Search for peace is professor's commitment. May 14, 1986, 3:1
Memorial scholarship set. May 21, 1986, 30:4
Minority grant to Fairfield U. May 21, 1986, 16:5
Pran: Education can help avoid future horrors. May 21, 1986, 10:1
Cook leaving with fond memories. June 27, 1986, 25:1
Real Estate courses set. Aug 8, 1986, 5:3
New programs, higher costs greet Fairfield U students. Aug 27, 1986,
   10:2
Law school guidelines. Sept 10, 1986, 24:3
University townhouses to be considered by TPZ. Sept 10, 1986, 25:1
Critic: TV can't ignore terrorism. Oct 1, 1986, 1:2
Greenfield rejected legal profession for media career. Oct 1, 1986, 5:1
Fairfield U housing plan challenged by residents. Oct 3, 1986, 9:1
Environment concerns is topic for Olin exec. Oct 8, 1986, 26:4
Fairfield U receives grant. Oct 8, 1986, 40:3
Chemical exec cites earth's ability to recover. Oct 17, 1986, 3:1
Nation's retailers see changing consumer profile. Oct 22, 1986, 23:1
New trustees at Fairfield U. Oct 22, 1986, 11:1
University plan, condo decisions tabled by TPZ. Oct 24, 1986, 14:2
Government targeted for problems in Nicaragua. Oct 29, 1986, 17:1
Fairfield U housing gains approval from TPZ. Oct 31, 1986, 6:1
U.S. treatment of Nicaragua questioned by diplomat- Sofia Clark. Oct
   31, 1986, 18:1
Barone named to head state health care study. Nov 05, 1986, 8:1
Ecology is topic at Fairfield U. Nov 05, 1986, 37:1
Fairfield U to host economic panel. Nov 05, 1986, 5:3
Fairfield U awarded grant-from Occidental Chemical Corporation. Nov 07,
   1986, 18:1
     Fairfield tops mark in fund raising. Nov 14, 1986, 21:1
     Fairfield U receives $1.1 M bequest. Nov 19, 1986, 34:4
     Man's activity threatens world's climate: scientist-both cooling and
        warming-Gearge Woodwell. Nov 19, 1986, 5:1
     Hearst grant awarded-School of Business. Dec 12, 1986, 23:1
     Bus. courses at Fairfield U. Dec 30, 1986, 4:5
\*FAIRFIELD WHEELER GOLF COURSE
     City, town settlement may reduce golfing fees. June 11, 1986, 1:3
     Suit is threatened if golf pact rejected. July 23, 1986, 15:1
     Golf dispute unresolved. Aug 8, 1986, 4:2
     Golf course added to tax roles. Oct 10, 1986, 1:1
\*FAIRFIELD WOODS BRANCH LIBRARY
     Renovation on agenda. Jan 24, 1986, 7:1
     Trustees preparing plan for branch library project. Feb 12, 1986, 35:1
     Fairfield Woods Library renovation okayed. May 21, 1986, 14:1
     Library books are popular, according to local survey. Sept 24, 1986,
        6:1
     Library eyes completion date-Fairfield Woods Branch Library. Sept 26,
        1986, 14:1
     Branch library plans on agenda. Nov 14, 1986, 11:1
     Architect search next for library. Dec 17, 1986, 6:3
     Plans detailed for library expansion. Dec 30, 1986, 5:1
\*FAIRFIELD WOODS IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
     Neighborhood group to battle condo proposal. June 18, 1986, 9:1
\*FAIRFIELD WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL
     Students aid Red Cross. Mar 12, 1986, 9:1
     Board names principal, considers staff reductions 30, 1986, 4:2
     Fairfield Woods lists honors for fourth quarter. Aug 15, 1986, 18:1
\*FAIRFIELD YOUTH CENTER
     New youth center head wants drug use alternatives. Oct 8, 1986, 16:1
\*FAMILY SERVICES WOODFIELD
     Private social service agencies exempt from cuts. Mar 5, 1986, 11:1
\*FARNHAM, THOMAS
     Town history book to encompass present day. Apr 4, 1986, 3:1
\*FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY - FEMA
     Town employees try their hand at mock disasters. Jan 29, 1986, 26:1
\*FERRARO, GERALDINE
     Ferraro to speak Monday. Apr 18, 1986, 15:4
     Ferraro warns of extremist forces. Apr 23, 1986, 1:1
\*FERTIK, BILL
     Lights...camera...action! Dec 3, 1986, 3:1
\*FINGERPRINTING
     Fingerprinting program for students scheduled. Feb 19, 1986, 8:2
\*FIRE DEPARTMENT
     Fewer calls made to Fire Department. Jan 15, 1986, 26:2
     Fire ordinance okayed, goes to RTM. Jan 15, 1986, 1:2
     Fairfield hit by 3 blazes. Jan 22, 1986, 1:1
     Selectmen back funding for volunteers' equipment. Jan 24, 1986, 6:1
     Near-drowning prompts warning by officials. Jan 31, 1986, 3:1
     Blaze at church seems arson. Feb 5, 1986, 16:3
     Fire ordinance moving toward RTM vote soon. Feb 12, 1986 Section II,
        1:1
     Bill would make primaries easier. Feb 28, 1986, 12:2
     Fire Department tests out new safety suits. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     New site proposed. Mar 5, 1986, 17:1
     New fire truck approved. Mar 7, 1986, 10:1
     Three area fires under suspicion. Mar 7, 1986, 12:1
Arson-murder attempt charged. Mar 12, 1986, 1:2
Appropriations, pacts gain approval from RTM. Mar 26, 1986, 5:1
Fire Commission concerned about station site. Apr 9, 1986, 6:1
Vehicle tracking system demonstrated for town. Apr 16, 1986, 20:1
Spa fumes require evacuation. May 14, 1986, 32:3
Fire blazes through church; arson suspected-Holy Family Church. June 4,
   1986, 1:2
Fire destroys two rooms in local home-Garden Square. Jun 06, 1986, 8:4
Arson eyed in house blaze. June 11, 1986, 18:3
Detector benefits touted by chief. June 18, 1986, 10:1
Fire destorys house- Hollydale Road. June 18, 1986, 21:1
Firehouse relocation efforts fail. June 20, 1986, 16:3
Civilians recommended as Fairfield dispatchers. June 25, 1986, 13:1
Local woman injured in blaze-Paola Cerruti. June 27, 1986, 8:4
Fire Department advises grill safety. July 9, 1986, 12:2
Chief, commission at odds over clothing. July 18, 1986, 5:4
Firehouse plaint advertised-Hillandale. July 23, 1986, 6:1
Boa visits Fairfield woman. July 25, 1986, 21:2
Fires station purchase barely clears the RTM. July 25, 1986, 1:2
Battle not over following purchase of firehouse tracts. Aug 20, 1986,
   1;2
Finance, RTM next sops for firehouse traffic study. Aug 27, 1986, 23:1
Another official resigns, citing public harassment. Aug 29, 1986, 1:1
Complaint on fire unit agenda. Sept 3, 1986, 11:4
Morning fire fatal to boy and his dog- Darren McGuire. Sept 3, 1986,
   1:1
New group plans firehouse strategy. Sept 3, 1986, 1:1
Saturday blaze hits Kings Highway business. Sept 3, 1986, 13:1
Condo building damaged by fire Sat. Sept 10, 1986, 15:1
Fire Dept. seeking minority, women. Sept 10, 1986, 25:2
Fire safety push mounted. Sept 10, 1986, 1:3
Fires being investigated. Sept 10, 1986, 15:1
Arson suspected in weekend condo fire. Sept 12, 1986, 12:3
State group cites rescuers. Sept 17, 1986, 12:1
Fire destroys Black Rock apartment. Sept 19, 1986, 8:1
Traffic study won't sway fire house opposition. Sept 24, 1986, 1:3
Firehouse opposition hires lawyer; maps strategy-Hillandale. Sept 26,
   1986, 15:1
Firefighters underscore need for safety measures. Oct 1, 1986, 15:1
Fire planning still forward. Oct 8, 1986, 12:3
Sprinkler requirement on tap. Oct 8, 1986, 20:3
FOI unit hears firehouse plaint. Oct 10, 1986, 1:2
Subcommittee to pick architect for firehouse. Oct 10, 1986, 10:1
Fire commissioners plan detector crack down. Oct 15, 1986, 11:1
Safety is fire unit $ priority. Oct 15, 1986, 10:1
FOI hearings resume regarding fire station. Oct 29, 1986, 16:3
Theater on wheels touts fire safety. Oct 29, 1986, 24:2
FOI hearing concludes; Collimore says case is weak. Oct 31, 1986, 21:3
Sprinkler revision considered for code. Nov 05, 1986, 30:4
Wording change problems delay fire code revision. Nov 12, 1986, 6:1
Electric blanket causes blaze. Nov 14, 1986, 13:1
State moving forward on new 911 calling system. Nov 14, 1986, 20:1
Combined dispatch center eyed. Dec 12, 1986, 13:1
Fire commissioner resigns in protest. Dec 12, 1986, 10:1
Blaze destroys second floor of home- Paul Place. Dec 17, 1986, 34:2
Neighborhood group gears up to fight Hillandale projects. Dec 30, 1986,
   8:1
     Fire causes heavy damage to Lola home- Daniel Keane. Dec 30, 1986, 13:1
\*FISCHEL, HAROLD
     Land abandonment okayed for developer's plan. July 9, 1986, 6:1
\*FISHING
     Fishing permits available. Apr 23, 1986, 13:1
\*FISHMAN, HARRY
     Local men renamed to state labor board. Oct 1, 1986, 8:1
\*FLAG
     Fairfield to adopt flag. Apr 4, 1986, 5:3
\*FLASTER, LYNN
     Local producer cites change in networks' attitude. June 13, 1986, 3:1
\*FLOOD AND EROSION CONTROL
     Residents angered at flood control project delay. Feb 26, 1986, 10:1
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Flood work cost at issue. Apr 23, 1986, 1:3
     Town to seek flooding solutions. May 9, 1986, 9:1
     Board seeking report on condo flooding projection. May 21, 1986, 17:1
     Resident reaction sends dike plan back for revision. June 25, 1986,
        15:1
     Flood and erosion unit to meet with residents. Sept 24, 1986, 12:4
     Pine Creek on agenda. Oct 15, 1986, 5:1
     Solutions to Rooster River land erosion discussed. Oct 22, 1986, 18:1
     Flooding on agenda tomorrow. Nov 19, 1986, 6:4
\*FORD, G. SARSFIELD
     Fairfield judges confirmed. May 28, 1986, 8:2
\*FORD, GERALD
     Ex-prez rebuts Neidermeier claim. Sept 10, 1986, 17:1
\*FOWLER, CHARLES
     Hearing on school chief. Jan 3, 1986, 1:2
     Student info disclosure not required: commission. Jan 8, 1986, 4:1
\*FRAY, CLAIRE
     No one jumping for top school board post. Nov 12, 1986, 5:1
     Garrell picked to lead school board for year. Nov 21, 1986, 10:1
\*FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
     Student info disclosure not required: commission. Jan 8, 1986, 4:1
     State Freedom of Information Act supported by two bills. Mar 5, 1986,
        32:2
     FOI hearings resume regarding fire station. Oct 29, 1986, 16:3
     FOI hearing concludes; Collimore says case is weak. Oct 31, 1986, 21:3
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\*GABRIEL, GARY
     Craftsmen consider iron work art form. Sept 10, 1986, 3:1
\*GALLO, CHRISTOPHER
     Commuter group battles for safer state highways. Sept 3, 1986, 11:1
\*GAROFALO, MARIE
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
\*GARRELL, CHARLOTTE
     Garrell picked to lead scholl board for year. Nov 21, 1986, 10:1
\*GAZEBO
     Town counsel to look at gazebo guidelines. May 23, 1986, 19:1
     Ervin: Town can't restrict gazebo use. May 30, 1986, 15:3
\*GENERAL ASSEMBLY
     Realtor president greets state housing proposals. Jan 29, 1986, 15:1
     Insurance, taxes, education to dominate session. Feb 5, 1986, 30:1
     Capitol notes. Feb 7, 1986, 17:1
     Fairfield County in agenda for transit action. Feb 7, 1986, 18:1
     O'Neill blast opens session for assembly. Feb 7, 1986, 1:1
     Capitol notes. Feb 12, 1986, 33:4
     Political jockeying marks General Assembly opening. Feb 12, 1986, 30:2
     Bill would make primaries easier. Feb 28, 1986, 12:2
     Toll bill advances. Feb 28, 1986, 16:1
     Assembly makes seat belt guidelines. Mar 5, 1986, 31:1
     State Freedom of Information Act supported by two bills. Mar 5, 1986,
        32:2
     Assembly members face off in Nov. election contests. Mar 12, 1986, 35:1
     Weapons demonstrated. Apr 2, 1986, 34:1
     Bozzuto's assembly support draws criticism. Apr 4, 1986, 21:1
     Much assembly work remains. Apr 11, 1986, 17:1
     N.Y. banking bill rejected but may be raised again. Apr 11, 1986, 18:1
     Bill on passing school busses gains approval. May 9, 1986, 16:1
     Tougher bad check penalities proposed. May 9, 1986, 16:3
     Assembly action, inaction both significant for session. May 14, 1986,
        28:2
     Budget hike, tax cuts approved. May 14, 1986, 28:1
     Merritt Parkway toll removal okayed. May 14, 1986, 30:1
     Special session for education. May 14, 1986III, 4:1
     General Assembly session wrap-up. May 16, 1986, 15:1
     Protection for railroads rejected. May 16, 1986, 15:3
     General Assembly session wrap-up: GOP housing aid approved. May 21,
        1986, 26:1
     General Assembly session wrap-up: Insurance action questioned. May 21,
        1986, 25:1
     Wilbur seeks return to General Assembly. May 23, 1986, 19:1
     Capitol notes: Nader opposes 'Reform'; whale killer pursued; dangerous
        dolls; scalping charged. May 28, 1986, 16:3
     Fairfield judges confirmed. May 28, 1986, 8:2
     Teacher salary plan adopted by legislature. June 11, 1986, 30:1
     Officials getting bonus for Assembly service. June 20, 1986, 14:2
     Funding sought for recycling. Aug 20, 1986, 18:3
     Gas pipeline proposal stirs up state politicians. Aug 22, 1986, 18:3
     Education, drug aid $ seen targets of Democratic majority. Nov 14,
        1986, 25:1
     Payment to towns sought for collecting state taxes. Nov 19, 1986, 20:1
     Local registrars resist absentee ballot reform. Dec 3, 1986, 15:1
     Siting Council distributes reports on electric forecasts. Dec 19, 1986,
        32:2
\*GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
     King observance hits GE work. Jan 22, 1986, 5:1
     Town officials disappointed by Grand List. Jan 29, 1986, 1:1
     GE employees donte to UB. May 28, 1986, 17:1
     Protesters request GE product boycott. June 18, 1986, 5:1
\*GENUALDI, ROBERT
     Genualdi attempts to calm students. Jun 06, 1986, 1:1
\*GIRL SCOUTS
     Scouts view government. Apr 2, 1986, 16:3
     Restoration ending for open space. Apr 23, 1986, 6:2
     Girl Scout leaders recognized. May 2, 1986, 19:1
     Brownies set career day. May 14, 1986, 24:4
\*GLASSBLOWING
     Craftsman's talent is the art of creating glassworks. Apr 30, 1986, 3:1
\*GOLD'S DELICATESSEN
     Gold's dissoving corporation. Aug 6, 1986, 6:2
\*GOLF
     Golf fees on agenda Mon. Jan 8, 1986, 8:4
     Higher golf fees adopted by Fairfield commission. Jan 15, 1986, 5:1
     Golf course tee signs approved. Feb 12, 1986, 6:2
     Dire results predicted with golf course $ reduction. Mar 12, 1986, 23:1
     Golf to close gap on lighting. May 14, 1986, 11:1
     Two new members picked for town Golf Commission. May 21, 1986, 28:1
     City, town settlement may reduce golfing fees. June 11, 1986, 1:3
     Revenues increase reported at local golf courses. June 11, 1986, 21:1
     Golfers cause neighbor complaints-Par 3 golf course. July 16, 1986,
        15:1
     Golf official tries to maintain games' fairways. July 23, 1986, 3:1
     Suit is threatened if golf pact rejected. July 23, 1986, 15:1
     Golf $ increases. July 25, 1986, 7:1
     Action to be sought today to collect taxes from city. Aug 6, 1986, 1:2
     Golf dispute unresolved. Aug 8, 1986, 4:2
     Par -3 course addition sought by Pine Creek Association. Aug 13, 1986,
        16:1
     Profits up at town's two golf courses: Commission. Nov 12, 1986, 28:1
\*GOODWILL INDUSTRIES
     Goodwill trailer to be relacated. Mar 28, 1986, 8:2
\*GRAPHOLOGY
     Woman finds talents hidden in handwriting. Feb 19, 1986, 3:1
     Looking at the written word- graphologist. Oct 29, 1986, 3:1
\*GRASMERE DAY NURSERY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
     Grasmere to close today. June 20, 1986, 17:1
     Closed day crae center places half its children. June 27, 1986, 15:4
\*GRASMERE ELDER HOUSING
     Selectmen grant loan for Grasmere conversion. Mar 7, 1986, 4;1
     Grant for housing to be aired. Mar 28, 1986, 1:2
\*GRASMERE SCHOOL
     Selectmen grant loan for Grasmere conversion. Mar 7, 1986, 4:1
\*GREENFIELD, JEFF
     Critic: TV can't ignore terrorism. Oct 1, 1986, 1:2
     Greenfield rejected legal profession for media career. Oct 1, 1986, 5:1
\*GREENFIELD HILL VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY
     Group to oppose 'cluster zoning'. May 2, 1986, 9:2
\*GREY, MARGERY
     Hines named editor of Fairfield Citizen-News-Grey promoted to managing
        editor. Nov 25, 1986, 1:3
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\*HALLOWEEN
     Hailing Halloween with a little history. Oct 31, 1986, 3:1
\*HANDICAPPED
     New handicapped swim program. Jan 3, 1986, 5:1
     Accessibility committee clears 3 local fire ststions. Jan 10, 1986,
        13:1
     Handicap office may close because of dispute. Jan 24, 1986, 3:1
     Local housing complex changes recommended. Jan 24, 1986, 14:4
     Durrell filling in after handicap official quits post. Jan 29, 1986,
        1:3
     Handicap office open. Mar 12, 1986, 11:1
     Manchester turns over some records. Mar 14, 1986, 1:1
     Accessibility reports to be examined. Mar 19, 1986, 19:1
     Access problems at town buildings. Mar 21, 1986, 15:1
     Signers urge appointment of Manchester. Mar 28, 1986, 1:1
     Accessibility on agenda. Apr 2, 1986, 6:2
     Access changes needed. Apr 4, 1986, 11:1
     Manchester to open own handicapped office in town. Apr 18, 1986, 4:1
     Grant to aid disabled. May 7, 1986, 4:2
     Accessibility reports filed; changes recommended. May 14, 1986, 16:2
     Reports to continue on access. May 30, 1986, 3:1
\*HANDS ACROSS FAIRFIELD
     Schools mount relief efforts. May 9, 1986, 8:5
     Nationwide efforts sparks 'Hands Across Fairfield' event. May 16, 1986,
        3:1
\*HARBOR MANAGEMENT
     Harbor commission recommended for Fairfield. Feb 21, 1986, 12:1
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Harbor unit proposal gains backing. Apr 4, 1986, 16:2
     Harbor group seeking state aid for coastal plan. Apr 18, 1986, 5:1
     RTM approves flooding project. Apr 30, 1986, 6:2
     Southport Harbor plan to be funded by state. June 25, 1986, 1:1
     New commissioners to set harbor plan. Sept 26, 1986, 8:1
     Use of town dock draws commissioner complaint. Oct 15, 1986, 6:1
     Harbor unit to finish interviews. Nov 14, 1986, 4:1
     Park Board considering plea from fishermen. Nov 14, 1986, 6:1
\*HART, PAT
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
\*HAWKES, BEN
     Ferryboat: The way to go down the state river. June 4, 1986, 3:1
\*HAZARDOUS WASTE
     Town ready for hazardous waste. Apr 23, 1986, 11:1
     Collection for Fairfield. May 7, 1986, 6:4
     Chemical hazards collected. June 18, 1986, 1:3
     Group seeks state action on toxic waste dump sites. Aug 15, 1986, 15:1
     Legislators to consider options for clean-up. Oct 17, 1986, 3:1
     Better response sought for spills. Oct 22, 1986, 16:3
\*HEIM-INCOM INTERNATIONAL
     Heim workers picked over contract impasse. Feb 12, 1986, 8:1
     Heim employees contract dispute at standstill. Feb 26, 1986, 12:1
     Vandalism reported. Feb 26, 1986, 12:2
     Strike settled at Heim; employees get increase. Mar 5, 1986, 6:1
\*HENRY, ROBERT
     Memorial planned for veterans' activist- Robert Henry. Nov 05, 1986,
        6:4
\*HENRY, ROBERT P.
     Town honors former clerk. Jun 06, 1986, 17:1
\*HETZER, ARNOLD
     FEA president targets upgrading teacher status. June 25, 1986, 26:1
\*HILLANDALE
     New group plans firehouse strategy. Sept 3, 1986, 1:1
     SEE ALSO: FIRE DEPARTMENT, JACKMAN AVENUE FIREHOUSE. Sept 3, 1986, 1:1
     Traffic study won't sway fire house opposition. Sept 24, 1986, 1:3
\*HINES, PATRICIA
     Hines named editor of Fairfield Citizen-News-Grey promoted to managing
        editor. Nov 25, 1986, 1:3
\*HISTORIC CIVIC CENTER
     Increase for civic center director challenged. Feb 28, 1986, 6:1
     Selectmen battle over civic center unit. Mar 21, 1986, 5:4
     Small hike proposed for Historic Civic Center. Nov 07, 1986, 21:1
\*HISTORIC DISTRICTS
     Historic district proposal would liberalize regulations. May 2, 1986,
        15:1
     Cottage restoration opposed. Sept 5, 1986, 10:1
     Remodeling in historic district questioned-Harbor Road, Southport. Sept
        24, 1986, 11:1
     Two items on agenda for Historic Distric Commission. Oct 15, 1986, 12:4
     Historic District Commission approves ice rink construction. Nov 25,
        1986, 9:1
\*HISTORIC PRESERVATION
     Preservation fund established. May 14, 1986, 34:2
\*HIV-AIDS
     Aids fear discounted. Apr 16, 1986, 4:2
     State, local observances aimed at AIDS education. Nov 21, 1986, 13:1
\*HOLLERAN, THOMAS
     New youth center head wants drug use alternatives. Oct 8, 1986, 16:1
\*HOLMES, LARRY
     Holmes stumps for Chris. Oct 8, 1986, 36:4
\*HOLOCAUST
     Weisel warns audience of growing intolerance. Apr 4, 1986, 18:1
     Holocaust program set. Apr 30, 1986, 10:4
\*HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
     Fire blazes through church; arson suspected-Holy Family Church. June 4,
        1986, 1:2
\*HOMELESS
     'Invisible' needy targeted by Fairfield groups. May 16, 1986, 17:1
\*HOUSING
     Apartment regulation pushed. Jan 15, 1986, 10:2
     Survey to guage elder housing need. Jan 15, 1986, 12:2
     Local housing complex changes recommended. Jan 24, 1986, 14:4
     LWV joins in Housing week. Jan 24, 1986, 15:2
     Town housing committee interviewing 4 architects. Jan 29, 1986, 10:2
     Committee eyes architect. Apr 2, 1986, 13:1
     Feld named to local housing post. Apr 4, 1986, 19:1
     Owner-built housing has architect. Apr 9, 1986, 8:1
     More elder housing considered. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
     Housing discrimination 'rampant' in Connecticut. Apr 16, 1986, 6:3
     Keeping housing 'moderate' an issue. Apr 16, 1986, 1:2
     Zone change to restrict housing use. Apr 18, 1986, 1:2
     Housing will be discussed. Apr 23, 1986, 11:1
     Home costs rise dramatically in Fairfield County during 1985. May 2,
        1986, 16:1
     Sweat-equity plan touted. May 2, 1986, 6:2
     $318,000 distributed by CDAC for community projects. May 9, 1986, 11:1
     Owner-built home $ eyed. May 14, 1986, 33:1
     Housing Authority audit shows money owed to HUD. May 16, 1986, 9:1
     Condos proposed for Willowby's restaurant site. May 21, 1986, 18:2
     Conservation decision challenged. May 21, 1986, 5:1
     Elderly housing plan draws critics. May 21, 1986, 1:1
     New Senior housing is issue for Conservation. June 13, 1986, 15:1
     Housing site priorities listed. June 18, 1986, 1:2
     Discussions sought for housing site neighbors-Hillandale. July 3, 1986,
        12:1
     Funding burden shifts to state, towns. July 25, 1986, 22:3
     Hillandale housing project concerns area residents. July 25, 1986, 10:1
     Housing needs targeted. July 25, 1986, 6:2
     Grant interest at issue. Aug 13, 1986, 16:4
     Housing project concerns on tap. Aug 13, 1986, 17:1
     Housing officials respond to neighbor worries. Aug 15, 1986, 7:1
     Housing unit to update rent subsidy operation. Aug 15, 1986, 6:1
     Larry's plan tabled; firehouse, housing okayed. Aug 15, 1986, 5:3
     State auditor report hits housing agency practices. Aug 20, 1986, 31:1
     Authority submits revised HUD plan. Aug 27, 1986, 29:1
     New group plans firehouse strategy. Sept 3, 1986, 1:1
     Housing, firehouse on tap. Sept 5, 1986, 15:4
     Housing plan ready for HUD. Sept 5, 1986, 10:2
     Town will use HUD $ for housing. Sept 10, 1986, 5:2
     Rent ceiling increase sought Section 8. Sept 12, 1986, 12:1
     Lottery discussed for owner-built housing. Sept 17, 1986, 15:1
     Survey assesses needs for services to elders. Sept 17, 1986, 23:1
     Housing list on agenda. Oct 10, 1986, 13:1
     Housing, care are concerns of elderly survey. Oct 15, 1986, 5:1
     Lawyer to be named by sweat-equity. Oct 17, 1986, 4:3
     Town rent change questioned. Oct 17, 1986, 8:1
     Inaction charged on rent $. Oct 22, 1986, 1:3
     Use of house debated by owner-built unit. Oct 24, 1986, 16:1
     Options to be considered for owner-built housing tract. Nov 12, 1986,
        20:1
     House slated for 'sweat equity'. Nov 14, 1986, 1:1
     Housing Authority member added-Shelley Kuroghlian. Nov 14, 1986, 12:2
     Squeeze being felt in rental market. Nov 14, 1986, 5:1
     Home sales decline but prices up. Nov 19, 1986, 36:1
     Housing proposal on agenda for EDC. Nov 19, 1986, 11:1
     About 200 waiting for seniors' housing spots. Nov 21, 1986, 21:1
     EDC votes to pursue downtown housing plan. Nov 21, 1986, 27:1
     Plans to be discussed for owner-built project. Nov 21, 1986, 27:1
     Anonymous developer proposes moderate-income housing. Dec 12, 1986, 1:1
     Affordable housing top 1987 priority. Dec 17, 1986, 49:1
\*HOWARD, LINDA
     Linda Howard: grooming all kinds of canines. Jan 29, 1986, 3:1
\*HUMAN SERVICES
     Program expansion is goal of social services merger. Sept 3, 1986, 12:1
     Added staff suggested for Human Services unit. Sept 5, 1986, 17:1
     Agency to be smaller than planned. Nov 21, 1986, 21:1
\*HURLOCK, RITA
     Woman drowns at local motel-Peqout Motor Inn. Aug 27, 1986, 30:4
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\*IMMIGRANTS
     Celebrating liberty and the 'American Dream'. July 3, 1986, 3:1
\*INCOME TAX
     Income tax help available. Jan 29, 1986, 4:2
\*INDEPENDENCE DAY
     Independence Day ceremonies next Friday in Fairfield. June 27, 1986,
        7:1
\*INSTITUTE FOR RETIRED PROFESSIONALS
     Institute serves retired professionals. Apr 9, 1986, 22:2
\*INSURANCE
     Insurance lack prompts company, lawyer conflict. Feb 14, 1986, 14:1
     Town eyes option for insurance $. Feb 28, 1986, 1:1
     Insurance industry hit for exorbitant increases. Mar 7, 1986, 19:1
     Insurance hearing slated next week. Mar 19, 1986, 49:2
     Washington eyes insurance woes. Apr 9, 1986, 17:1
\*INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY
     Local families host international guests. Dec 5, 1986, 15:1
\*INTERSTATE 95
     State should examine I-95 fatalities. Feb 26, 1986, 16:1
     Trucking violations often go undetected by police. Mar 5, 1986, 23:1
     State studies alternatives to ease traffic problems. Mar 14, 1986, 18:1
     Truckers use early warning system on highways. Mar 19, 1986, 26:1
     House gives backing to naming I-95 for Lodge. Apr 30, 1986, 15:1
     Neidermeier seeks truck restrictions. Aug 6, 1986, 19:2
     Jersey barriers temporarily keeping things at close quarters. Aug 13,
        1986, 13:1
     150 new state troopers sought for turnpike duties. Aug 22, 1986, 8:1
     Short, long-term measures planned for highway. Aug 29, 1986, 10:1
     Republicans hit O'Neill on highway crackdown. Sept 3, 1986, 18:1
     Highway work noted. Sept 17, 1986, 1:4
\*INVENTORS
     Inventors give each other encourgement, ideas. Jan 8, 1986, 3:1
\*IORIO, MARK
     Iorio murder trial begins with tape recorded confession. Dec 10, 1986,
        1:1
     Conflicting testimony marks third day of Iorio trial. Dec 12, 1986, 5:1
     Prosecution concludes case in Iorio murder trial. Dec 19, 1986, 14:1
     Freind testifies- Iorio feared youths would cause trouble. Dec 30,
        1986, 17:1
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\*JACKMAN AVENUE FIREHOUSE
     Firehouse relocation efforts fail. June 20, 1986, 16:3
     Plots found for fire station. July 9, 1986, 1:1
     Debate marks okay of fire station site purchase. July 11, 1986, 9:1
     Neighbors object to fire station plan. July 16, 1986, 1:1
     Jackman Ave. station before RTM Monday. July 23, 1986, 6:4
     Fire station barely clears the RTM-Hillandale-Jackman Ave. July 30,
        1986, 1:2
     Firehouse land buy may be finalized Friday. Aug 13, 1986, 1:1
     Ethics queries in RTM vote on firehouse. Aug 15, 1986, 1:1
     Larry's plan tabled; firehouse, housing okayed. Aug 15, 1986, 5:3
     Battle not over following purchase of firehouse tracts. Aug 20, 1986,
        1:2
     Citing harrassment, RTM member resigns. Aug 20, 1986, 6:1
     Another official resigns, citing public harassment. Aug 29, 1986, 1:1
     Fire planning still forward. Oct 8, 1986, 12:3
     FOI unit hears firehouse plaint. Oct 10, 1986, 1:2
     Subcommittee to pick architect for firehouse. Oct 10, 1986, 10:1
     Neighborhood group gears up to fight Hillandale projects. Dec 30, 1986,
        8:1
\*JACKSON, DAVE
     Preserving planes keeps Fairfielder flying high. Oct 10, 1986, 3:1
\*JACOBSON, BURTON
     Fairfield judges confirmed. May 28, 1986, 8:2
\*JAY ZWEIBAUM
     Warde student is 'manager-for-a-day'-Jay Zweibaum. Aug 1, 1986, 3:1
\*JENNINGS SCHOOL
     Local students win Connecticut poetry honors. Feb 14, 1986, 5:1
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
\*JEWISH HOME FOR THE ELDERLY
     Jewish Home for the Elderly accredited. Mar 21, 1986, 6:2
\*JOHNSON, GERALDINE
     Interim school head: working for the system. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Board to consider redistricting issue. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
\%
\*KEDVES, NINA
     Court rejects pension claim. July 23, 1986, 15:1
\*KING, MARTIN LUTHER JR.
     Memories of King still fresh years later. Jan 17, 1986, 1:1
     King observance hits GE work. Jan 22, 1986, 5:1
     King observance proposed for town. Jan 24, 1986, 1:2
     Holiday plan nixed. Feb 19, 1986, 12:2
\*KOSCH, ANDREW
    Local residents challenge Wright Brothers flight. July 11, 1986, 3:1
\*KOWALL, MICHAEL
     Soccer injury claims boy, 13- Michael Kowell. Nov 19, 1986, 1:2
\*KUENZEL, PATRICK
     Austrian student adapts to American lifestyle. Sept 24, 1986, 3:1
\%
\*LABRIOLA, GERALD
     Candidates seek support from Fairfield GOP. Feb 5, 1986, 1:1
     Labriola campaigns on reputation. July 25, 1986, 14:2
     Fund raiser set for Labriola next week. Aug 20, 1986, 29:1
     Fairfield bucks trend in GOP race. Sept 12, 1986, 1:1
\*LANG, MARTIN
     FOI unit hears firehouse plaint. Oct 10, 1986, 1:2
     FOI hearings resume regarding fire station. Oct 29, 1986, 16:3
     FOI hearing concludes; Collimore says case is weak. Oct 31, 1986, 21:3
\*LARRY'S DINER
     Site for Larry's? Mar 14, 1986, 9:1
     New owner sought for Larry's diner. Mar 19, 1986, 37:1
     Plans moving forward for relocation of diner. Apr 30, 1986, 8:1
     New location negotiated for Larry's diner. June 13, 1986, 3:1
     Liquor rule change sought. July 9, 1986, 1:1
     Larry's to stay downtown- Miller Street. July 16, 1986, 1:3
     Larry's plan tabled; firehouse, housing okayed. Aug 15, 1986, 5:3
     Larry's Diner given TPZ okay to move downtown. Aug 29, 1986, 6:1
     Remember Larry's Diner. Sept 26, 1986, 3:1
     Larry's Diner given new life and location. Dec 30, 1986, 1:1
\*LEAD POISONING
     Lead paint still poses menace despite federal ban. Mar 26, 1986, 19:1
\*LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
     LWV joins in Housing week. Jan 24, 1986, 15:2
     LWV elects officers. July 1, 1986, 5:1
     LWV sponsors political races. July 16, 1986, 9:1
     LWV publishes local guide. July 25, 1986, 8:3
     Primary procedures explained by local LWV. Sept 3, 1986, 19:1
     LWV to discuss zone regs. Sept 17, 1986, 6:2
     LWV hosts forum for candidates. Sept 19, 1986, 16:4
     LWV to host candidates. Oct 1, 1986, 20:1
     LWV: Registration deadline nearing. Oct 8, 1986, 32:3
     Chris, Stew debate. Oct 29, 1986, 1:3
     Money is LWV program topic. Nov 07, 1986, 6:4
\*LEARNING CO-OP
     Unlocking minds key to learning Co-op success. Sept 19, 1986, 3:1
\*LEE, WILLIAM
     Increase for civic center director challenged. Feb 28, 1986, 6:1
\*LEFFERT, HENRY
     Rec director resigns after 36 years. Sept 12, 1986, 6:3
     Interviews started for rec replacement. Nov 21, 1986, 12:1
     Leffert extends January retirement date to March. Dec 5, 1986, 5:1
\*LEIGHTON, CAROL
     'Professional volunteer' helps YW help women. Mar 26, 1986, 3:1
\*LENSINK, BRIAN
     Retardation head has taken on a heavy load. Jan 15, 1986 Section II,
        15:1
\*LEUCKEN, ROXANNE SAMMIS
     Two local residents are 'outstanding women'. May 21, 1986, 21:1
\*LEVINE, SOL
     Teacher campaigning for retirement exemption. May 2, 1986, 3:1
     FEA backs hearing in teacher retirement case. May 16, 1986, 3:1
     Board denies Levine hearing. June 4, 1986, 6:3
     Rights unit last hope in teacher retirement fight. Aug 29, 1986, 3:1
\*LIEBERMAN, JOSEPH
     Electronics purchases require special care by consumers. Jan 10, 1986,
        11:1
     Safeguards needed to protect state's most precious asset. Jan 31, 1986,
        9:1
     The ins and outs of Connecticut's new seat belt law. Apr 9, 1986, 20:1
     Auto arbitration program offers customers solution. Apr 18, 1986, 14:1
     Durrell seeking opinion on gazebo. Apr 25, 1986, 9:1
     Home repairs said financed by illegal mortgages. May 30, 1986, 16:1
\*LIQUOR LICENSE
     Liquor rule change sought. July 9, 1986, 1:1
\*LITERACY VOLUNTEERS
     Combatting illiteracy is target of volunteers. Sept 24, 1986, 10:1
\*LODGE, JOHN DAVIS
     House gives backing to naming I-95 for Lodge. Apr 30, 1986, 15:1
\*LOFTUS, ROBERT
     New trial on teacher dismissal. May 30, 1986, 5:3
\*LONG ISLAND SOUND
     Sound suffering from area pollution. May 14, 1986, 1:2
     Controls sought to help LI Sound. May 30, 1986, 19:1
     Commissioner urges measures to combat L.I. sound pollution. June 11,
        1986, 14:2
     Coast Guard gears up for L.I.Sound boaters. June 27, 1986, 16:1
\*LONGO, FRANK
     Longo unhappy with unaffiliated running mates. Nov 21, 1986, 24:1
\*LOVEGROVE, FRED
     New drug program offers elderly favorable option. Feb 26, 1986, 22:1
     CBIA challenged. Mar 5, 1986, 14:2
     Suit is dropped following D'Addario's death. Apr 23, 1986, 5;1
     Lawyer to challenge Lovegrove. May 7, 1986, 30:3
     Road repair $ granted. May 23, 1986, 13:1
     Lovegrove cites pluses, minuses at nomination. July 18, 1986, 17:4
     Bernacki begins aggressive state Senate campaign. July 25, 1986, 15:1
     Lovegrove criticizes attack by opponent. Oct 29, 1986, 19:1
     Correction on Lovegrove interview. Oct 31, 1986, 12:1
     Fairfeild's voters back election winners. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
     Lovegrove appointed to committees. Dec 19, 1986, 29:1
\*LUDINGTON, SUSAN
     Infant stimulation vital in baby's first years. Aug 8, 1986, 3:1
\*LUDLOWE, ROGER
     The history of the man named Roger Ludlowe. June 4, 1986II, 3:1
\%
\*MACIOCE, THOMAS
     Nation's retailers see changing consumer profile. Oct 22, 1986, 23:1
\*MAHER, JOSEPH
     For Joseph Maher, 'the play's the thing'. June 25, 1986, 3:1
\*MANASEVIT, STANLEY
     Chamber cites Manasevit. June 27, 1986, 20:3
\*MANCHESTER, SUSAN
     Manchester ordered to turn over records. Mar 5, 1986, 1:1
     Manchester turns over some records. Mar 14, 1986, 1:1
     Signers urge appointment of Manchester. Mar 28, 1986, 1:1
     Manchester to open own handicapped office in town. Apr 18, 1986, 4:1
     Manchester delayed in opening own office. June 11, 1986, 21:1
\*MARKOWITZ, MARK
     Local named Park City head. Oct 22, 1986, 11:1
\*MARTIN, IRENE
     Looking at the written word- graphologist. Oct 29, 1986, 3:1
\*MASTERY TEST
     Pupils do well on 9th grade test. Jan 15, 1986, 1:1
     State results no surprise for Easton school officials. Jan 22, 1986,
        10:1
\*MATHCOUNTS
     Local students in contest. Feb 28, 1986, 7:1
\*MCAULIFFE, CHRISTA
     Easton students reflect on space shuttle tragedy. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Students deal with emotions following disaster. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
\*MCKAY, MARY PAT
     Ace employee recognized. Feb 5, 1986, 15:1
\*MCKINLEY SCHOOL
     Program provides help for 'latchkey children'. Jan 29, 1986, 20:1
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
     Tapping the talents of elementary students. Mar 12, 1986, 3:1
\*MCKINNEY, STEWART
     McKinney looks forward to 1986 election campaigns. Jan 15, 1986, 25:1
     Federal budget impact concerns Rep.McKinney. Feb 12, 1986, 33:1
     Neidermeier kicks off campaign for Congress. Feb 26, 1986, 8:1
     Kids' confidence lauded. Mar 5, 1986, 30:1
     McKinney confronts health, political issues. Mar 19, 1986, 12:1
     McKinney getting ready for Niedermeier. Mar 28, 1986, 21:1
     Washington eyes insurance woes. Apr 9, 1986, 17:1
     McKinney to make announcement. Apr 23, 1986, 4:1
     Group honors McKinney. Apr 30, 1986, 12:4
     McKinney cites record, future. Apr 30, 1986, 12:3
     McKinney: U.S. nukes better. May 9, 1986, 16:1
     Congressional hopefuls back women's concerns. June 13, 1986, 16:1
     Dissent registered at McKinney's nomination. July 16, 1986, 23:1
     McKinney predicts Belaga victory. July 16, 1986, 26:1
     Builders back McKinney. July 25, 1986, 15:4
     Fairfield County vote essential in GOP primary. Aug 8, 1986, 13:1
     Anti-nuke group backs McKinney. Aug 13, 1986, 26:3
     Neidermeier blasts McKinney on trucking. Aug 13, 1986, 26:1
     Nurses back McKinney. Aug 15, 1986, 15:4
     McKinney HQ burglarized. Aug 20, 1986, 12:1
     McKinney to open new headquarters. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Ex-prez rebuts Neidermeier claim. Sept 10, 1986, 17:1
     Candidate debate Thursday. Oct 17, 1986, 19:2
     McKinney lauds legislative production of Congress. Oct 22, 1986, 25:1
     Neidermeier, McKinney debate to be aired on local radio. Oct 22, 1986,
        28:3
     Chris, Stew debate. Oct 29, 1986, 1:3
     Mckinney shrugs off charges of ineffectiveness. Oct 31, 1986, 5:1
     4th District close. Nov 05, 1986, 1:1
     Fairfeild's voters back election winners. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
     Mckinney, GOP enjoy election victories Tuesday. Nov 07, 1986, 9:1
     McKinney sets goals for ninth congressional term. Dec 19, 1986, 25:1
\*MEDICARE
     Screening set for Medicare. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 13:1
\*MEGURA, JIM
     Craftsman's talent is the art of creating glassworks. Apr 30, 1986, 3:1
\*MELADY, DR. THOMAS P.
     Melady assumes college position. Apr 11, 1986, 6:1
     Melady pleased with new opportunities. Apr 16, 1986, 12:3
     SHU bids Melady farewell. July 9, 1986Sect, 2:1
     Melady to head watchdog unit. Nov 05, 1986, 25:1
\*MEMORIAL DAY
     More participation sought for Memorial Day events. Mar 19, 1986, 18:1
     Parade ceremonies to mark Memorial Day. May 23, 1986, 1:3
     War rememberances cite locals as soldiers...May 23, 1986, 3:1
     'New War' cited on Memorial Day. May 28, 1986, 1:2
\*MENTAL RETARDATION
     Retardation head has taken on a heavy load. Jan 15, 1986 Section II,
        15:1
     Study cites homes for mentally retarded. Feb 19, 1986, 10:2
\*MERRILL, JAMES
     Merrill named first poet laureate. Jan 15, 1986, 14:4
\*MERRITT PARKWAY
     Fairfield County in agenda for transit action. Feb 7, 1986, 18:1
     Toll bill advances. Feb 28, 1986, 16:1
     State studies alternatives to ease traffic problems. Mar 14, 1986, 18:1
     Toll removal debate during committee hearing. Mar 19, 1986, 28:1
     Merritt Parkway toll removal okayed. May 14, 1986, 30:1
     General Assembly - removal of tolls. Aug 15, 1986, 6:3
     Illegal parkway use cited by commuters. Nov 19, 1986, 11:1
\*METRO-NORTH COMMUTER RAILROAD
     Metro-North changes time schedule. Jan 17, 1986, 10:2
     State awards $1.8 million contract for local bridge work. Jan 29, 1986,
        4:1
     Fairfield County in agenda for transit action. Feb 7, 1986, 18:1
     Metro-North plans changes for Fairfield-bound trains. Apr 25, 1986, 6:1
     Metro- North increases service for July 4 weekend. June 18, 1986, 33:1
\*METSOPOULOS, JOHN
     Metsopoulos addresses local and state problems. Feb 12, 1986 Section
        II, 5:3
     Rep. opposes insurance fees. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 6:2
     Legislator to look at nuke waste. Apr 9, 1986, 9:1
     Rep. Metsopoulos seeks debate with challenger. July 23, 1986, 12:4
     Metspoulos, Sturges debate. Aug 27, 1986, 24:1
     Metsopoulos names manager. Oct 8, 1986, 34:1
     Labor backs Metsopoulos. Oct 15, 1986, 20:1
     Anti-crime funds sought by state rep. Oct 17, 1986, 19:1
     Metsopoulos cites independence in assembly. Oct 31, 1986, 8:1
\*MEYER, ALICE
     Alice Meyer to seek reelection. June 18, 1986, 30:3
     Meyer slate announced. Oct 22, 1986, 28:1
\*MIBEY, KIP
     Runner targets long-term solution to hunger. Aug 6, 1986, 8:1
\*MICHAEL, MARY
     Unlocking minds key to learning Co-op success. Sept 19, 1986, 3:1
\*MILAZZO, EILEEN
     Milazzo cited by realtors. May 21, 1986, 11:1
\*MILLER FORD
     TPZ approves condos, hears dealer proposal. Mar 28, 1986, 6:2
\*MILL HILL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
     Durrell joins opposition to hotel. Feb 28, 1986, 1:1
     Mill Hill coodinating opposition to developments. Mar 14, 1986, 6:1
     Hotel on agenda Tues. for conservation unit. Mar 26, 1986, 12:2
     Residents oppose condos. May 9, 1986, 15:3
     Reduction in condos not enough: Mill Hill group. Aug 20, 1986, 18:1
     Mill Hill group will continue to fight. Aug 29, 1986, 4:1
     Mill Hill condo project temporarily halted. Sept 5, 1986, 5:1
     Conservation okays Mill Hill condos; TPZ next. Oct 10, 1986, 4:1
\*MILL HILL SCHOOL
     Mill Hill tenants considered. Apr 2, 1986, 6:1
     Area groups vie for Mill Hill space. Apr 30, 1986, 8:2
     Mill Hill rents on agenda Mon. May 9, 1986, 6:2
     Selectmen back plan for Mill Hill art center. May 14, 1986, 26:1
\*MILL RIVER WETLAND STUDY GROUP
     Mill River celebrates 20 years. Mar 26, 1986, 13:1
     Bridge gives access to 'prime study site'. May 14, 1986, 35:1
     Mill River group gives annaul awards. June 11, 1986, 36:1
\*MOFFETT, TOBY
     Moffett brings campaign to unsympathic Dems. Jan 8, 1986, 12:1
     Moffett won't quit. Apr 18, 1986, 10:3
     'Outsider' status has made things tough for Moffet. July 18, 1986, 18:1
     Moffett challenge turned back. July 23, 1986, 1:1
     Moffet wins some party platform points. July 23, 1986, 8:1
     Moffett defeat attributed to own problems, O'Neill. July 25, 1986, 20:1
\*MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING
     MADD chapter tries to ease the suffering. Dec 19, 1986, 1:1
\*MUNICIPAL BONDS
     Loss of tax-free bonds worries municipal leaders. Apr 9, 1986, 14:1
\*MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
     Six percent contract hike recommended by fact-finder. Nov 28, 1986,
        15:3
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\*NANNY CONNECTION
     'Mary Poppins' may not be hard to find anymore. July 18, 1986, 3:1
\*NESPECO, SUSAN
     Fairfield family devotes talent to training ponies. May 7, 1986, 3:1
\*NEVINS, CHRISTOHER
     Discovering the local history behind Fairfield. Jan 22, 1986, 3:1
\*NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
     Tuition program aids state students. Nov 21, 1986, 6:4
\*NEWMAN, PAUL
     Paul Newman's camp for kids gets going. Dec 10, 1986, 37:1
\*NICARAGUA
     U.S. warned against meddling in Nicaragua. Mar 21, 1986, 18:1
\*NIEDERMEIER, CHRISTINE
     Niedermeier confident in McKinney challenge. Jan 17, 1986, 3:1
     Dems endorse Niedermeier; Postol hits RR move. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     Niedermeier endorsed. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 6:4
     Niedermeier announcement. Feb 14, 1986, 16:1
     Niedermeier kicks off campaign for Congress. Feb 26, 1986, 8:1
     State should examine I-95 fatalities. Feb 26, 1986, 16:1
     Chris, Belaga feel strain of campaigns and offices. Mar 12, 1986, 26:2
     Chris picks manager. Mar 19, 1986, 41:2
     Niedermeier cites teacher $. Mar 19, 1986, 13:1
     Postol plans to replce Niedermeier. Mar 19, 1986, 8:1
     State transportation improvement given solid foundation. Apr 9, 1986,
        21:1
     Niedermeier seeking restrictions on tandems. Apr 25, 1986, 15:1
     Niedermeier to open HQ. Apr 25, 1986, 4:3
     Niedermeier group formed. Apr 30, 1986, 20:1
     Niedermeier names director of finance. Apr 30, 1986, 20:4
     Niedermeier urges truck ban. May 14, 1986III, 10:1
     Niedermeier sets semister for students. May 16, 1986, 19:4
     Finance head named. May 21, 1986, 5:2
     Niedermeier endorsed. May 28, 1986, 16:1
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
     Congressional hopefuls back women's concerns. June 13, 1986, 16:1
     Volunteerism cited by political opponents. June 25, 1986, 12:4
     Moffet challenge turned back. July 23, 1986, 1:1
     Unanimous for Neidermeier. July 23, 1986, 14:2
     Niedermeier campaign strong. July 25, 1986, 14:3
     Niedermeier seeks truck restrictions. Aug 6, 1986, 19:2
     Niedermeier blasts McKinney on trucking. Aug 13, 1986, 26:1
     Niedermeier seeks series of debates with McKinney. Aug 13, 1986, 24:1
     Women's caucus behind Niedermeier. Aug 15, 1986, 15:4
     Niedermeier events set. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Dem chairman at Niedermeier fete. Aug 27, 1986, 25:1
     Dem's national unit backing Niedermeier. Aug 29, 1986, 14:4
     Ex-prez rebuts Niedermeier claim. Sept 10, 1986, 17:1
     Niedermeier hits tax bill. Sept 10, 1986, 27:1
     Niedermeier banking on 'moderate' stance. Sept 24, 1986, 21:1
     Holmes stumps for Chris. Oct 8, 1986, 36:4
     Workers back Niedermeier. Oct 8, 1986, 34:4
     Candidate debate Thursday. Oct 17, 1986, 19:2
     Niedermeier, dems to rally Sunday. Oct 22, 1986, 28:3
     Niedermeier, McKinney debate to be aired on local radio. Oct 22, 1986,
        28:3
     Women's issues to be topic. Oct 22, 1986, 5:4
     Chris, Stew debate. Oct 29, 1986, 1:3
     4th District close. Nov 05, 1986, 1:1
     Braving politics toughest rite of passage. Nov 25, 1986, 5:1
\*NORTH STRATFIELD SCHOOL
     Students deal with emotions following disaster. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
\*NORWALK HOSPITAL
     Hospital defies order on surgery. Jan 10, 1986, 16:1
\*NUCLEAR WASTE
     Legislator to look at nuke waste. Apr 9, 1986, 9:1
     Connecticut needs site for nuclear waste disposal. Nov 21, 1986, 28:1
\*NURSES
     Nurse union talks deadlocked. Jan 31, 1986, 7:1
     Nurse visits drop following tighter criteria for program. Feb 7, 1986,
        18:1
     VNA board accepts pact contract. Feb 19, 1986, 18:1
     VNA to start charging for home health care visits. Apr 9, 1986, 11;1
\%
\*ODYSSEY OF THE MIND
     Student 'thinkers,' to compete at SHU. Apr 9, 1986, 27:1
\*OFFERMANN, HENRY
     Topiarist hones ancient craft in Southport. Apr 9, 1986, 3:1
\*O'NEILL, WILLIAM
     Economics is seminar topic. Jan 3, 1986, 12:5
     O'Neill plans to improve state DMV operations. Jan 3, 1986, 25:1
     O'Neill sees challenges, achievements for 1986. Jan 8, 1986, 1:2
     O'Neill announces re-election plans. Jan 15, 1986, 18:1
     Teacher union lauds state $ plan. Jan 22, 1986, 1:2
     O'Neill blast opens session for assembly. Feb 7, 1986, 1:1
     Fairfield would gain with governor's budget. Feb 12, 1986 Section II,
        3:1
     GOP, Moffett hit Governor. Mar 12, 1986, 26:2
     Campaign $ hit. Apr 2, 1986, 34:1
     County needs cooperation to 'recover from its success'. Apr 9, 1986,
        1:2
     Grants would counter Gramm-Rudman reductions. Apr 11, 1986, 16:2
     Election complaint ruling. Apr 30, 1986, 12:1
     O'Neill urges support for elders. May 16, 1986, 10:2
     O'Neill in strong position. July 18, 1986, 17:1
     Moffett challenge turned back. July 23, 1986, 1:1
     Short, long-term measures planned for highway-Interstate 95. Aug 29,
        1986, 10:1
     Republicans hit O'Neill on highway crackdown. Sept 3, 1986, 18:1
     Governor announces plan to increase state police. Sept 24, 1986, 17:1
     GOP's best candidate may prove tough for O'Neill. Sept 26, 1986, 13:1
     Senator hits O'Neill on funding plan deadline. Oct 29, 1986, 29:1
     O'Neill, Belaga address economic issues for state. Oct 31, 1986, 26:1
     Fairfeild's voters back election winners. Nov 07, 1986, 1:1
     O'Neill attacks were effective against Belaga. Nov 12, 1986, 29:1
     O'Neill administration won't be problem free. Dec 12, 1986, 15:1
     Governor decries crack use. Dec 19, 1986, 10:1
\*OLDFIELD SCHOOL
     Lease date changes gain selectmen approval. Jan 10, 1986, 4:1
\*OLIN CORPORATION
     Chemical exec cites earth's ability to recover. Oct 17, 1986, 3:1
\*OPERATION HOPE
     'Invisible' needy targeted by Fairfield groups. May 16, 1986, 17:1
     Selectmen supporting shelter for homeless. May 23, 1986, 9:1
     Surplus $ use backed for projects. Aug 6, 1986, 1:3
     Homeless shelter approved by selectmaen. Aug 8, 1986, 4:1
     RTM gives $85,000 to shelter for homeless-Operation Hope. Aug 27, 1986,
        29:1
     $160,000 needed to run shelter for the homeless. Dec 5, 1986, 1:1
\*OPERATION MIND STRETCH
     Tapping the talents of elementary students. Mar 12, 1986, 3:1
\*OPERATION SAIL
     Boaters see NY celebration from front row. July 9, 1986, 1:2
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\*PARK COMMISSION
     Longer local boating season eyed. Jan 3, 1986, 8:1
     Boat fee opposed. Jan 10, 1986, 4:3
     Groups deadlocked over dike removal. Jan 10, 1986, 5:4
     Park, Rec dispute jurisdiction. Jan 22, 1986, 12:1
     Commission to hear tennis proposal. Feb 5, 1986, 10:2
     Tennis club proposal debated. Feb 21, 1986, 4:2
     Park and rec schedule joint session. Feb 26, 1986, 18:1
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
     Action on slips due. Mar 7, 1986, 13:3
     Park and Rec to vote on tennis waiver. Mar 7, 1986, 13:1
     Penfield parking debated. Mar 7, 1986, 10:2
     Boat slip leases may be passed on. Mar 14, 1986, 15:1
     Tennis plan advances. Mar 14, 1986, 14:4
     Crackdown seen for slip leases. Apr 2, 1986, 11:1
     Architect to start work on park proposal. Apr 11, 1986, 6:4
     Boat owners forfeit slips. Apr 11, 1986, 9:1
     Park comment invited-town park. Apr 30, 1986, 5:1
     Three cuts proposed for Public Works, Parks. May 2, 1986, 4:1
     Landfill may compromise park. May 9, 1986, 7:1
     Park hearing Tues. May 9, 1986, 7:1
     Town officials assured toxic waste not a problem. May 9, 1986, 8:1
     Commercial use of park land is a board concern. May 16, 1986, 10:1
     Park suggestions include noise, traffic concerns. May 16, 1986, 8:1
     Stricter policy on boat slips. May 23, 1986, 20:2
     Tennis facility on agenda. June 11, 1986, 11:1
     Expansion possible for Fairfield tennis. June 13, 1986, 14:1
     Park group reviews preliminary sketches. July, 25, 19866:3
     Waiver on tennis proposal unlikely. Aug 1, 1986, 4:1
     Resolution now closer on tennis facility proposal. Aug 15, 1986, 11:1
     Suit threatened over tennis- David Ryffel. Aug 20, 1986, 16:1
     Bid waiver denied for tennis court proposal. Aug 22, 1986, 7:1
     Marina slips okayed for out-of-town boaters. Sept 12, 1986, 13:1
     Remodeling in historic district questioned-Harbor Road, Southport. Sept
        24, 1986, 11:1
     Beach concession operator seeks refund for problems. Oct 10, 1986, 10:2
     Commission approves hike in beach sticker fees. Oct 17, 1986, 14:1
     Rule revision on agenda. Dec 3, 1986, 13:1
\*PARKING AUTHORITY
     Parking payment pact falls through. Jan 24, 1986, 6:3
     RR dispute may end. Mar 14, 1986, 7:1
     Lease agreement nearing? Mar 21, 1986, 11:1
     Authority delays parking settlement. Apr 2, 1986, 8:2
     Rule relaxed for cars using commuter parking. Apr 2, 1986, 14:2
     Devonshuk proposes airport travel study. June 4, 1986, 13:1
     Parking Authority denies requests for station vendors. June 4, 1986,
        13:3
     Action urged on parking for station. July 1, 1986, 1:2
     Local, regional answers sought for parking spaces. July 1, 1986, 24:1
     Free parking at stations- for July 4th. July 3, 1986, 5:1
     Parking fines increased. July 18, 1986, 9:2
     Questions raised on condemnation-UI property. Aug 13, 1986, 6:2
     RR gourmets targeted-Epicurean Caterers. Aug 13, 1986, 11:4
     $5M sought for RR parking. Aug 22, 1986, 1:1
     Parking rate hike eyed to finance land purchases. Sept 3, 1986, 6:1
     Railroad parking purcahse on Finance agenda Tuesday. Sept 5, 1986, 4:2
     Finance Board backs UI property purchase. Sept 12, 1986, 6:1
     Land purchase petitioned- parking. Sept 26, 1986, 6:2
     Property purchase contract stalled train station. Oct 1, 1986, 23:1
     Land purchase petition fails. Oct 8, 1986, 12:1
     Authority permit before TPZ-parking. Oct 10, 1986, 13:1
     Use of town dock draws commissioner complaint. Oct 15, 1986, 6:1
     Neighbors worried about commuter lot plans. Oct 17, 1986, 1:1
     Commuter parking approved. Oct 31, 1986, 1:1
     Housing proposal on agenda for EDC. Nov 19, 1986, 11:1
     Lawsuit challenges approval of commuter lot. Nov 19, 1986, 1:2
\*PARROTS
     Man's 'fine feathered' friend. Sept 3, 1986, 3:1
\*PARSELLS, NORMAN KING
     Local Rotary clubs to honor Fairfielder. Sept 10, 1986, 39:2
\*PENFIELD PAVILION
     Park, Rec dispute jurisdiction. Jan 22, 1986, 12:1
     Access changes needed. Apr 4, 1986, 11:1
     Penfield II use doubled. Apr 11, 1986, 9:1
\*PEQUOT LIBRARY
     Librarian demonstrates concern about censorship. Oct 1, 1986, 13:1
\*PERRY, DAVID
     Competition must be kept in perspective. Nov 14, 1986, 10:1
     Setting sail on a course to the Olympics. Dec 5, 1986, 3:1
\*PETERS, JEFFREY
     Ridgefield candidate- Connecticut's Fifth District. June 11, 1986, 17:1
     Peters hits Rowland vote. Aug 13, 1986, 27:1
     Peters seeks debate series with Cohen. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
\*PETIT, RAY
     Santa's Workshop project to involve whole town. Oct 29, 1986, 15:1
\*PETRONI, ROMEO
     Ridgefield Republican seeking governorship nod. Jan 17, 1986, 11:1
     Candidates seek support from Fairfield GOP. Feb 5, 1986, 1:1
\*PFRIEM, ELIZABETH
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
\*PHYSICIANS
     State M.D.'s limit size of practices. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 13:1
\*PLOTKIN, MARTHA
     Plotkin named to new post. Apr 16, 1986, 11:1
\*POET LAUREATE
     Merrill named first poet laureate. Jan 15, 1986, 14:4
\*POLICE DEPARTMENT
     Company would monitor alarms for Fairfield. Jan 10, 1986, 13:1
     Local police union rejects latest offer. Jan 22, 1986, 20:4
     Crime prevention is goal of bureau. Jan 31, 1986, 10:3
     Bank officer arrested in arson probe. Feb 5, 1996, 16:2
     Heating oil coats road during snow. Feb 12, 1986, 1:2
     Communications van would aid in diaster. Feb 14, 1986, 3:3
     $1 million sought for arrest. Feb 19, 1986, 13:1
     Donations to police debated by commission. Feb 19, 1986, 14:2
     Fingerprinting program for students scheduled. Feb 19, 1986, 8:2
     Police: Elderly are becoming targets of scams. Feb 19, 1986, 5:1
     Officer allowed to take promotional examination. Feb 21, 1986, 6:1
     Police near contract agreement. Feb 21, 1986, 12:1
     Fires under investigation. Feb 26, 1986, 13:1
     Vandalism reported. Feb 26, 1986, 12:2
     Man attempts hanging in police cell. Mar 5, 1986, 16:1
     Arson-murder attempt charged. Mar 12, 1986, 1:2
     RTM is next step for new police contract. Mar 12, 1986, 23:1
     Gift policy debated by police unit. Mar 14, 1986, 14:1
     Seek murder clues in newborn's death. Mar 19, 1986, 1:2
     Police hoping for break in infant murder case. Mar 21, 1986, 1:2
     Police pact gains approval. Mar 21, 1986, 5:1, 5:1
     Spending items on RTM's agenda. Mar 21, 1986, 17:1
     Police pursuing ritual angle, lacking new murder leads. Mar 28, 1986,
        18:3
     Flim-flam in Fairfield. Apr 4, 1986, 17:1
     Special police officers needed. Apr 9, 1986, 6:5
     Alarm monitor shift favored. Apr 11, 1986, 14:2
     Body found in Southport. Apr 16, 1986, 1:1
     Not guilty plea set in arson case. Apr 16, 1986, 22:1
     Vehicle tracking system demonstrated for town. Apr 16, 1986, 20:1
     Police coax man from roof top. Apr 18, 1986, 6:3
     Police still looking for murder clues. Apr 18, 1986, 1:1
     One man killed in Merritt accident Sat. May 7, 1986, 16:1
     Overtime compensation increasing for town police. May 14, 1986, 6:1
     Continuation on sex charges. May 23, 1986, 14:3
     Fairfield man charges local officers with false arrest. May 30, 1986,
        8:1
     Fairfest on police agenda. June 11, 1986, 18:3
     'One of the worst intersections will get traffic controls-Duck Farm and
        Hill Farm roads- stop signs. June 13, 1986, 18:1
     Parking fines to double for in-town violations. June 18, 1986, 16:1
     Civilians recommended as Fairfield dispatchers. June 25, 1986, 13:1
     Parking restrictions set for fireworks show. June 25, 1986, 18:3
     Baby's murder leads exhausted. July 1, 1986, 1:1
     Road hazard hit- traffic light at Jackman/Park Avenues. July 11, 1986,
        12:3
     Rehabilitation given in sex case. July 16, 1986, 29:3
     Residents save drowning man-Peter Chagaris. July 25, 1986, 1:1
     Two arested in fake gun attack. Aug 1, 1986, 12:3
     Motorcycle, car collision kills local-Michael Turscany. Aug 13, 1986,
        12:1
     Man held for murder threat over job. Aug 15, 1986, 10:1
     Police Commission moving to change alarm monitoring. Aug 15, 1986, 14:1
     McKinney HQ burglarized. Aug 20, 1986, 12:1
     Woman drowns at local motel-Peqout Motor Inn. Aug 27, 1986, 30:4
     Police overtime claim rejected by trial referee. Sept 10, 1986, 13:1
     Two men wounded in shooting spree. Sept 19, 1986, 8:3
     Governor announces plan to increase state police. Sept 24, 1986, 17;1
     Grant program aids local law enforcement. Oct 1, 1986, 13:1
     Driver pinned under truck in accident- Raymond Stauffer. Oct 15, 1986,
        23:1
     Stratford trucker shot during robbery-Robert Campbell. Oct 15, 1986,
        22:4
     Clerical help tops list of Police budget requests. Oct 22, 1986, 13:2
     Residents clash over beach right-of-way sign-Lantern Point. Oct 22,
        1986, 8:2
     Beach sign to be debated-limiting access to Lantern Point. Nov 05,
        1986, 12:1
     Crossing guards sought. Nov 05, 1986, 17:4
     Fairfield woman shot. Nov 05, 1986, 14:4
     Police unit to discuss sign- Lantern Point. Nov 12, 1986, 18:1
     Beach access issue debated-Lantern Point. Nov 14, 1986, 1:2
     Local man charged in series of assaults. Nov 19, 1986, 12:4
     Soccer injury claims boy, 13- Michael Kowell. Nov 19, 1986, 1:2
     Iorio murder trial begins with tape recorded confession. Dec 10, 1986,
        1:1
     Abandoned cars clutter streets-Police Department reviewing towing
        procedures. Dec 12, 1986, 18:1
     Combined dispatch center eyed. Dec 12, 1986, 13:1
     Conflicting testimony marks third day of Iorio trial. Dec 12, 1986, 5:1
     Burglaries in the rise. Dec 17, 1986, 1:2
\*POLIZZIO, JOHN J.
     Bank officer arrested in arson probe. Feb 5, 1996, 16:2
\*POPKINS, MARCELLA
     Bridging the gap to the hearing world. Dec 12, 1986, 3:1
\*PORTER, PHYLLIS
     Local named to nurse board. Dec 19, 1986, 29:1
\*POSTOL, EUNICE
     Dems endorse Niedermeier; Postol hits RR move. Feb 12, 1986, 23:1
     RTM actions lauded by selectman. Feb 21, 1986, 8:2
     Site committee opposed. Mar 7, 1986, 5:3
     Dump study, tennis unit recommended by Postol. Apr 2, 1986, 6:3
     Postol urges unity behind school consolidation. June 11, 1986, 8:1
\*POSTOL, SIDNEY
     Postol plans to replce Niedermeier. Mar 19, 1986, 8:1
     Postol picks campaign head. May 7, 1986, 30:1
     Postol gains Trumbull endorsement. May 28, 1986, 15:1
     Postol names treasurer. June 18, 1986, 30:4
     Postol staff announced. July 16, 1986, 24:4
     Moffet challenge turned back. July 23, 1986, 1:1
     Democrats pick candidates for fall race. July 25, 1986, 16:1
     Postol names two campaign chairmen. Aug 22, 1986, 17:1
     Dems vow victory in local, state races. Sept 19, 1986, 5:1
     Dodd to appear at Postol fund-raiser Sat. Oct 22, 1986, 28:1
     Experience on issues prepares Postol for House. Oct 29, 1986, 6:1
     Postol targets transportation. Oct 31, 1986, 25:1
     Postol silent- at first- General Assembly. Dec 30, 1986, 16:4
\*PRAN, DITH
     Pran: Education can help avoid future horrors. May 21, 1986, 10:1
\*PRESTON, ROBERT
     SHU chooses president to succeed departing Melady. Mar 12, 1986, 10:2
\*PREVIS, ROGER
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*PRISONERS OF WAR
     POW issue still at large today. Dec 19, 1986, 27:1
\*PROBATE COURT
     Fairfield Probate Court '85 activities reported. Feb 12, 1986 Section
        II, 5:1
     Probate figures reported. May 14, 1986, 29:4
\*PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS
     1/2-mill tax increase eyed. Jan 24, 1986, 1:1
     Town officials disappointed by Grand List. Jan 29, 1986, 1:1
     Action set next week on budget and tax rate. Apr 30, 1986, 1:2
     Fairfield tax increase pegged at half a mill. May 9, 1986, 6:1
\*PROPERTY TRANSFERS
     Clerk records property transfers. Feb 19, 1986, 27:1
     Local property transfers recorded by town clerk. Feb 26, 1986, 28:1
     Town Clerk records local property transfers. Mar 5, 1986, 35:1
     Fairfield town clerk records property transfers. Mar 12, 1986, 33:1
     Property transfers recorded by Fairfield clerk. Mar 19, 1986, 44:1
     Property transfers recorded. Apr 9, 1986, 26:2
     Property transfers listed by town clerk in Fairfield. Apr 16, 1986,
        33:1
     Property transfers recorded. Apr 30, 1986, 23:1
     Property transfers recorded by Fairfield Town Clerk. May 7, 1986, 29:1
     Town Clerk's office lists local property transfers. May 14, 1986, 33:1
     Fairfield Town Clerk lists recent property transfers. May 28, 1986,
        33:1
     Property transfers recorded by town clerk's office. June 4, 1986, 29:1
     Local property transfers listed. June 11, 1986, 38:2
     Fairfield clerk lists recent property transfers. June 18, 1986, 18:1
     Property transfers. June 27, 1986, 20:1
     Fairfield transfers recorded. July 25, 1986, 31:1
     Fairfield town clerk records property exchanges. Aug 6, 1986, 21:1
     Local property transfers listed. Aug 13, 1986, 30:2
     Fairfield property transfers listed. Aug 20, 1986, 32:1
     Town clerk's office lists local property transfers. Sept 5, 1986, 18:1
     Local property transfers listed by town clerk. Sept 10, 1986, 31:1
     Local property exchanges recorded. Sept 17, 1986, 19:1
     Town Clerk lists property transfers. Sept 24, 1986, 25:1
     Town Clerk lists property transfers. Oct 1, 1986, 24:3
     Town Clerk records local property transfers. Oct 8, 1986, 49:1
     Town clerk's office records local property transfers. Oct 22, 1986,
        29:1
     Town Clerk lists property exchanges. Oct 29, 1986, 43:1
     Town Clerk records local property transfers. Nov 05, 1986, 27:1
     Property exchanges recorded by town clerk's office. Nov 12, 1986, 37:1
     Property transfers recorded by clerk. Nov 19, 1986, 36:4
     Local property transfers listed. Nov 28, 1986, 19:1
     Property transfers recorded. Dec 5, 1986, 14:2
     Recent property transfers. Dec 10, 1986, 31:1
     Local property transfers. Dec 17, 1986, 45:1
     Local property transfers. Dec 30, 1986, 21:1
     Town Clerk's office lists property transfers. Dec 30, 1986, 23:1
\*PTA COUNCIL
     PTA Council seeking more $. Jan 8, 1986, 9:1
     Hike sought, cut proposed for Fairfield school budget. Jan 24, 1986,
        4:3
     Parents unhappy with budget. Jan 31, 1986, 1:1
     Fingerprinting program for students scheduled. Feb 19, 1986, 8:2
     Parents face budget dilemma. Feb 19, 1986, 1:2
     Alcohol awareness workshops set. Feb 28, 1986, 3:3
     PTA urges members to 'unite' on merger.June 4, 1986, 5:1
     PTA Council remains uncommitted. June 27, 1986, 19:1
     PTA Council sets unity as a goal for school year. Sept 17, 1986, 10:1
\*PUBLIC WORKS
     Public Works credited for action on oil spill Tues. Feb 14, 1986, 3:1
     'snow problem, says Public Works head. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
     Sewering debated. Mar 5, 1986, 12:2
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
     PW garage problems eyed. Mar 21, 1986, 10:1
     PW seeks more responses on flood control proposals. Mar 26, 1986, 8:2
     'Clean Sweep' day scheduled. Apr 25, 1986, 8:2
     RTM approves flooding project. Apr 30, 1986, 6:2
     Committee: garage project needed. May 2, 1986, 11:1
     Three cuts proposed for Public Works, Parks. May 2, 1986, 4:1
     Landfill may compromise park. May 9, 1986, 7:1
     Town officials assured toxic waste not a problem. May 9, 1986, 8:1
     Town to seek flooding solutions. May 9, 1986, 9:1
     Dike wall given Conservation go-ahead. May 14, 1986, 17:1
     Rec vows investigation of problems with ballfields. May 21, 1986, 6:1
     Dump fee increase plan approved for hearing. Aug 6, 1986, 12:1
     Dump growth questioned. Sept 12, 1986, 8:3
     Sasco bridge alterations increase weight allowance. Sept 17, 1986, 7:1
     Flood and erosion unit to meet with residents. Sept 24, 1986, 12:4
     Buena Vista residents urge action on road repair. Sept 26, 1986, 8:1
     Public input invited on Pine Creek project. Oct 3, 1986, 6:1
     TPZ nixes expansion of town landfill - for now. Oct 8, 1986, 6:2
     Town facing questions about garbage disposal. Oct 22, 1986, 16:1
     Landfill expansion denied by TPZ unit. Oct 24, 1986, 18:4
    Dump expansion holds refuse for another year. Nov 25, 1986, 6:2
    Pine Creeks project gets Federal go-ahead-rebuild jetty. Nov 25, 1986,
       6:2
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\*RABIES
     Rabies clinic in Fairfield. May 2, 1986, 8:4
\*RALSTON, LLOYD
     A 'Claus'-it collector. Dec 17, 1986II, 1:1
\*RAVEIS, WILLIAM
     Raveis bidding on Merrill Lynch offices in Connecticut. Oct 15, 1986,
        17:1
\*REAGAN, NANCY
     First Lady responds to pupils concerns about drugs. Oct 15, 1986, 8:1
\*RECREATION DEPARTMENT
     Tennis plan going before Rec Board. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     Get-together planned on tennis club proposal. Jan 17, 1986, 8:3
     Park, Rec dispute jurisdiction. Jan 22, 1986, 12:1
     Lack of interest closing Fairfield academy program. Jan 29, 1986, 12:2
     Commission to hear tennis proposal. Feb 5, 1986, 10:2
     Tennis club proposal debated. Feb 21, 1986, 4:2
     Park and rec schedule joint session. Feb 26, 1986, 18:1
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Park and Rec to vote on tennis waiver. Mar 7, 1986, 13:1
     Penfield parking debated. Mar 7, 1986, 10:2
     Tennis plan advances. Mar 14, 1986, 14:4
     Penfield II use doubled. Apr 11, 1986, 9:1
     Penfield status on Rec board agenda. May 16, 1986, 17:3
     Rec vows investigation of problems with ballfields. May 21, 1986, 6:1
     Fairfield vows action on condition of ballfields. May 30, 1986, 14:1
     Improvement seen for local ballfields. June 13, 1986, 19:1
     Ice skating rink on agenda. Aug 8, 1986, 7:3
     Rec to hear from skating rink firms. Aug 15, 1986, 5:1
     Fairfield teens rock around the clock. Aug 29, 1986, 3:1
     Rec director resigns after 36 years. Sept 12, 1986, 6:3
     Capital items on Rec agenda. Oct 10, 1986, 12:4
     Rec Commission eyeing increases for staff salaries. Oct 17, 1986, 14:1
     Interviews started for rec replacement. Nov 21, 1986, 12:1
     Leffert extends January retirement date to March. Dec 5, 1986, 5:1
     Win Recreation approval-students lobby for town dirt bicycle track. Dec
        12, 1986, 12:1
\*RECYCLING
     Trash transfer station sold. Apr 30, 1986, 13:1
     Garbage go ahead urged. May 23, 1986, 18:1
     New President for trash agency. May 23, 1986, 13:1
     RTM to vote on garbage pact Tuesday. May 23, 1986, 18:4, 18:4
     Mandatory recycling considered for communities. Nov 05, 1986, 4:1
     State task force urges mandatory recycling. Nov 25, 1986, 34:1
     Citizen interest necessary to promote recycling. Dec 17, 1986, 24:1
\*REDISTRICTING
     Board to consider redistricting issue. Feb 14, 1986, 1:1
     School name approved, pupil redistricting eyed. Feb 21, 1986, 4:1
\*REED, LINDA
     TPZ staffer named to shoreline post. Sept 3, 1986, 6:3
\*REGIONAL SOLID WASTE COMMISSION
     Trash transfer station sold. Apr 30, 1986, 13:1
     Solid waste program endorsed by RTM votes. May 30, 1986, 6:1
     CRRA withdrawal rejected. Oct 15, 1986, 1:1
     Group would consider trash disposal alternatives. Oct 17, 1986, 4:1
     Legislators to consider options for clean-up. Oct 17, 1986, 3:1
     Alternative trash plant proposed for Fairfield use. Oct 31, 1986, 17:1
     $1.5M requested for waste disposal. Nov 28, 1986, 1:1
     Correction-$1.5 million- erroneous- should have been $10,783. Dec 3,
        1986, 14:4
     Seagren: problems expected when landfill closes. Dec 19, 1986, 6:1
\*REGIONAL YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE
     $20,000 granted. Feb 19, 1986, 4:1
     United Way program trains teachers on drug policy. Nov 05, 1986, 33:1
\*REGISTRAR OF VOTERS
     Census takers to visit local homes. Apr 23, 1986, 15:1
     Voter registration down in Fairfield. Oct 8, 1986, 32:3
\*REPRESENTATIVE TOWN MEETING
     Fire ordinance okayed, goes to RTM. Jan 15, 1986, 1:2
     School contracts on top for RTM meeting Mon. Jan 24, 1986, 7:1
     Selectmen given lease power. Jan 29, 1986, 17:1
     Opposition raised to RR proposal. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
     RTM actions lauded by selectman. Feb 21, 1986, 8:2
     RR plan nixed; RTM delays purchase. Feb 26, 1986, 1:2
     Dems refute Durrell's accusation of RR deal. Mar 5, 1986, 6:1
     RTM is next step for new police contract. Mar 12, 1986, 23:1
     Spending items on RTM's agenda. Mar 21, 1986, 17:1
     Trash pact questioned. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
     Appropriations, pacts gain approval from RTM. Mar 26, 1986, 5:1
     RTM unit to look at garbage contract. Mar 26, 1986, 1:1
     RTM to consider Pine Creek jetty. Apr 25, 1986, 5:1
     RTM approves flooding project. Apr 30, 1986, 6:2
     Finance Committee backs school budget proposal. May 2, 1986, 5:1
     Three cuts proposed for Public Works, Parks. May 2, 1986, 4:1
     RTM adopts budget following several reductions. May 7, 1986, 5:1
     Mill Hill rents on agenda Mon. May 9, 1986, 6:2
     Town officials assured toxic waste not a problem. May 9, 1986, 8:1
     High school merger plan replaces budget as issue. May 21, 1986, 8:2
     Garbage go ahead urged. May 23, 1986, 18:1
     RTM to vote on garbage pact Tuesday. May 23, 1986, 18:4
     RTM approves $ for bridge repair Grasmere Avenue-Black Rock Turnpike.
        May 30, 1986, 1:2
     Solid waste program endorsed by RTM votes. May 30, 1986, 6:1
     Ludlowe students protest merger. Jun 06, 1986, 1:2
     RTM split on student protest. Jun 06, 1986, 4:3
     Jackman Ave. station before RTM Monday. July 23, 1986, 6:4
     RTM to consider merger referendum. July 25, 1986, 8:2
     Fire station barely clears the RTM- Hillandale-Jackman Ave. July 30,
        1986, 1:2
     Contracts ratified for two Fairfield employee unions- Public Works and
        Town Hall employees. Aug 1, 1986, 6:1
     Referendum may be next move on merger issue. Aug 13, 1986, 5:1
     Ethics queries in RTM vote on firehouse. Aug 15, 1986, 1:1
     Citing harrassment, RTM member resigns. Aug 20, 1986, 6:1
     Procedure, phrasing debated for referendum. Aug 22, 1986, 4:1
     Referendum on merger more likely: GOP caucus. Aug 22, 1986, 3:1
     RTM to consider allocationss for list of town programs. Aug 22, 1986,
        1:2
     Hot debate marks vote on merger. Aug 27, 1986, 1:1, 1:1
     RTM gives $85,000 to shelter for homeless-Operation Hope. Aug 27, 1986,
        29:1
     Ordinance will govern property purchase and sale. Aug 29, 1986, 8:1
     RTM must act merger vote. Sept 5, 1986, 1:1
     State: Referendum illegal. Sept 10, 1986, 1:1
     Questions mire vote on merger. Sept 12, 1986, 1:4
     Committees oppose referendum. Sept 17, 1986, 5:3
     Merger battle 'not over'. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM vote opposes referendum ordinance. Sept 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM to decide on UI property purchase Monday. Sept 19, 1986, 4:1
     Town to buy UI land for $5M. Sept 24, 1986, 1:1
     Traffic study won't sway fire house opposition. Sept 24, 1986, 1:3
     Town's data processing service to expand. Sept 26, 1986, 5:1
     UI property petition drive floundering. Oct 3, 1986, 1:1
     CRRA withdrawal rejected. Oct 15, 1986, 1:1
     Group would consider trash disposal alternatives. Oct 17, 1986, 4:1
     Contingency money is RTM topic. Oct 22, 1986, 4:3
     RTM set to act Mon. on harbor study grant. Oct 24, 1986, 14:1
     RTM approves park property swap. Oct 29, 1986, 1:1
     Jurisdiction questioned on land purchase issue. Nov 05, 1986, 27:1
     RTM to look at Warde. Nov 21, 1986, 3:1
     RTM approves special committee. Nov 28, 1986, 5:1
     Study reveals population not expected to grow. Nov 28, 1986, 3:1
     Finance Board approves $3.5m for consolidation-more than 400 attended.
        Dec 17, 1986, 1:1
     RTM committees differ Consolidation showdown expected. Dec 19, 1986,
        1:1
     RTM school consolidation vote too close to call. Dec 30, 1986, 1:1
\*REPUBLICAN PARTY
     GOP getting ready to choose delegates. Feb 21, 1986, 14:1
     Bozzuto's assembly support draws criticism. Apr 4, 1986, 21:1
     Hopefuls debate caucus results. Apr 4, 1986, 1:2
     GOP candidates seek funds to fuel campaigns. July 25, 1986, 15:1
     It's 'principles,' not platform. July 25, 1986, 14:2
     State GOP now looks to primary battle. July 25, 1986, 1:1
     Robertson giving up role as strong leader of GOP. Nov 14, 1986, 23:1
\*REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
     Candidates seek support from Fairfield GOP. Feb 5, 1986, 1:1
     Tymniak seeking RTC chairman post. Feb 28, 1986, 6:2
     Tymniak named to head GOP. Mar 21, 1986, 11:1
     RTC group named to examine rules. Apr 25, 1986, 6:3
     RTC size up for review. Apr 30, 1986, 1:2
     Gunther to speak at RTC Wednesday. May 23, 1986, 13:1
     Eddy seeks RTC aid to beat incumbent Dodd. June 27, 1986, 8:2
     RTC to hear candidate Wed. - Richard Arnold-for State Attorney General.
        Aug 22, 1986, 19:4
     RTC to relocate HQ. Sept 26, 1986, 15:4
     County republicans stingy with campaign contributions. Oct 15, 1986,
        20:1
     Local Republicans cite their election success-Tymniak. Nov 21, 1986,
        5:1
     Unaffiliated voter ruling delights Republican solons. Dec 30, 1986, 6:1
\*RESOURCES RECOVERY PROJECT
     New energy plant targeted for 1987. Jan 8, 1986, 20:3
     Trash pact questioned. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
     RTM unit to look at garbage contract. Mar 26, 1986, 1:1
     Garbage go ahead urged. May 23, 1986, 18:1
     New President for trash agency. May 23, 1986, 13:1
     RTM to vote on garbage pact Tuesday. May 23, 1986, 18:4
     CRRA withdrawal rejected. Oct 15, 1986, 1:1
\*RICHARDSON, CONNIE
     Weaver turns her talent into a career. Feb 5, 1986, 3:1
\*RICHTER, EUGENE
     Another official resigns, citing public harassment. Aug 29, 1986, 1:1
\*RIFKIN, BARBARA
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
\*RINALDI, NICHOLAS
     Local to speak at Housatonic. Oct 10, 1986, 9:1
\*RITTS, REV. GARY
     Youth suicide draws local concern. Oct 31, 1986, 1:2
\*RIVERFIELD SCHOOL
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
\*ROBINSON, FLORENCE
     Woman finds talents hidden in handwriting. Feb 19, 1986, 3:1
\*ROCKY HILL FERRY
     Ferryboat: The way to go down the state river. June 4, 1986, 3:1
\*ROGER LUDLOWE HIGH SCHOOL
     Hearing on school chief. Jan 3, 1986, 1:2
     School study finalists picked. Jan 10, 1986, 5:1
     Architects pick Warde, but consolidation fought. Apr 25, 1986, 1:2
     Durrell urges fight against closing. Apr 25, 1986, 4:1
     Roger Ludlowe honor students. May 14, 1986III, 8:2
     HS merger politics seen. May 28, 1986, 1:1
     Merger debate to continue. May 30, 1986, 1:1
     Durell tells students it's not too late. June 11, 1986, 1:1
     Ludlowe students protest merger. Jun 06, 1986, 1:2
     RTM split on student protest. Jun 06, 1986, 4:3
     Postol urges unity behind school consolidation. June 11, 1986, 8:1
     French students cited for achievement. June 27, 1986, 22:1
     Ludlowe commencement gets enthusiastic response. June 27, 1986, 3:1
     The Ludlowe H.S. graduates. June 27, 1986, 10:1
     Students take to the skies in aviation course. Oct 3, 1986, 3:1
     Ludlowe closing not planned in budget. Dec 10, 1986, 5:1
     Ludlowe lists first quarter honor students. Dec 30, 1986, 9:1
\*ROGER LUDLOWE MIDDLE SCHOOL
     Genualdi attempts to calm students. Jun 06, 1986, 1:1
\*ROGER SHERMAN SCHOOL
     School wins award for magazine. Jan 8, 1986, 21:1
     Students experience Colonial lifestyles. Jan 24, 1986, 3:1
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
\*ROUTE 7
     Route 7 expansion funds supported by SACIA. Mar 7, 1986, 21:1
\*ROWLAND, JOHN
     Rowland is candidate-Congress. June 13, 1986, 17:1
     Rowland gets high rating. July 25, 1986, 15:1
     Peters hits Rowland vote. Aug 13, 1986, 27:1
     Rowland urges POW unit. Aug 13, 1986, 27:1
     Pipeline issue examined. Sept 10, 1986, 27:1
     Police officers union endorses Rowland. Oct 22, 1986, 28:3
\*RUDERMAN, LISBETH
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
\*RUSS, LAWRENCE
    Poet's niche in society not easily found. Sept 12, 1986, 3:1
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\*SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY
     SHU to observe Black History month. Jan 31, 1986, 20:2
     Founder's Day festivities set. Mar 12, 1986, 17:1
     SHU chooses president to succeed departing Melady. Mar 12, 1986, 10:2
     SHU lists new courses. Mar 26, 1986, 11:1
     Student 'thinkers,' to compete at SHU. Apr 9, 1986, 27:1
     Melady assumes college position. Apr 11, 1986, 6:1
     Melady pleased with new opportunities. Apr 16, 1986, 12:3
     SHU graduates urged 'to give something back'. May 21, 1986, 12:1
     SHU bids Melady farewell. July 9, 1986Sect, 2:1
     SHU radio to expand power. Aug 6, 1986, 13:1
     Diversity a continuing key to education. Aug 27, 1986, 13:1
     New topics in SHU courses. Aug 27, 1986, 14:3
     SHU offers health courses. Aug 27, 1986, 14:1
     Students needing extra help benefit fron SHU. Aug 27, 1986, 12:1
     SHU to honor local residents. Sept 10, 1986, 7:1
     Candidates coming to SHU. Oct 8, 1986, 36:4
     Fall enrollmaents up at Sacred Heart U. Nov 05, 1986, 37:1
     Rise in ethnic population SHU topic. Nov 05, 1986, 20:4
\*SAFE HOMES
     Safe Homes targets teenage alcohol problem. Dec 19, 1986, 4:1
\*SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
     The myth behind Saint Patrick. Mar 14, 1986, 3:1
\*SALARIES
     Salary hikes eyed. Jan 8, 1986, 5:4
     State lawmakers battle over teacher pay proposals. Mar 5, 1986, 33:1
     Police pact gains approval. Mar 21, 1986, 5:1
     Business group opposing minimum teacher pay. Mar 28, 1986, 11:1
     'Comparable worth' debated for state's female employees. Mar 28, 1986,
        25:1
\*SALASHOURIAN, JIM
     Kings Hwy. condo plan slated for court appeal. June 18, 1986, 12:1
\*SANTA'S WORKSHOP
     'Santa's Workshop'planned. Oct 8, 1986, 16:2
     Santa's Workshop project to involve whole town. Oct 29, 1986, 15:1
     Santa's Workshop gears up for Holiday season. Dec 10, 1986, 3:1
\*SAREZKY, LAURENCE
     Sarezky seeking nod for probate judge post. July 9, 1986, 30:4
     Probate candidate says he wants to serve the public. Sept 17, 1986,
        25:1
\*SAVE FAIRFIELD COMMITTEE
     Extension granted for Collins challenge. Jan 29, 1986, 6:2
     Collins hearing going forward. Apr 30, 1986, 5:3
     Appeals filed to block Collins. May 16, 1986, 1:2
\*SCHOOL BUSES
     Statewide seat belt debate continues without resolution. Feb 12, 1986,
        18:3
     Assembly makes seat belt guidelines. Mar 5, 1986, 31:1
     Board decides against seat belts on school buses. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
     Bill on passing school buses gains approval. May 9, 1986, 16:1
\*SCHOOLS
     New testing identifies students in need of help. Jan 3, 1986, 6:1
     Pupils do well on 9th grade test. Jan 15, 1986, 1:1
     Class size concerns principals. Jan 24, 1986, 4:2
     Hike sought, cut proposed for Fairfield school budget. Jan 24, 1986,
        4:3
     School contracts on top for RTM meeting Mon. Jan 24, 1986, 7:1
     Interim school head: working for the system. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Special science program offered for gifted, talented. Feb 7, 1986, 3:1
     Town educator statistics show higher salaries, age. Feb 12, 1986, 12:1
     Assembly makes seat belt guidelines. Mar 5, 1986, 31:1
     Band festival set next week. Mar 12, 1986, 8:2
     Schools asked to adopt policy on substance abuse. Mar 12, 1986, 6:1
     Board decides against seat belts on school buses. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
     CBIA targets job training in new employment report. Mar 26, 1986, 22:2
     Greenwich administrator to be superintendent. May 23, 1986, 4:1
     Tomlinson's graduates departing for private schools. June 18, 1986, 1:1
     Census figures are up, however...July 3, 1986, 1:1
     Major grant will assist science teaching. July 16, 1986, 28:1
     It's gotten tougher to find teachers. July 25, 1986, 12:2
     New superintendent backs merger. July 25, 1986, 3:1
     Student achievement scores high. Aug 1, 1986, 9:3
     Administrators to look at what's needed, what's not. Aug 27, 1986, 1:1
     Free meal eligibility requirements. Aug 27, 1986, 15:1
     New school buses ready. Aug 27, 1986, 4:5
     New writing program targets critical thinking skills. Aug 27, 1986, 5:1
     Public schools open next wednesday. Aug 27, 1986, 8:1
     School registration dates set. Aug 27, 1986, 4:4
     Fairfield announces bus schedule for school year. Aug 29, 1986, 16:1
     Bus service, house sale on agenda. Sept 3, 1986, 8:1
     Census finds 300 more children. Sept 5, 1986, 1:2
     Students' SAT scores above state. Oct 3, 1986, 12:1
     Figures could change Durrell's merger position. Oct 8, 1986, 5:1
     Figures show dip in pupil enrollment. Oct 8, 1986, 1:1
     Foreign language program targeted by Board of Ed. Oct 10, 1986, 17:1
     Student/staff ratios decline in area towns. Oct 22, 1986, 22:1
     Enrollment projections debated. Oct 24, 1986, 1:1
     School reopening redistricting eyed. Oct 29, 1986, 1:1
     Enrollment studies cite need to reopen schools. Oct 31, 1986, 13:1
     School late bus service to be decided. Nov 05, 1986, 20:3
     Several routes to high school diploma. Nov 21, 1986, 3:2
     Study reveals population not expected to grow. Nov 28, 1986, 3:1
     Cafeteria workers licensing questioned. Dec 3, 1986, 1:1
     Fairfield students score well in state mastery testing. Dec 30, 1986,
        4:1
\*SCHULTZ, MITCH
     Craft of gunsmithing revived by Fairfielder. Aug 27, 1986, 16:1
\*SEAGREN, ERIC
     Seagren: problems expected when landfill closes. Dec 19, 1986, 6:1
\*SEA SCOUTS
     Scouts join flotilla to NY fete. July 9, 1986, 17:1
\*SEAT BELTS
     New seat belt changes. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 14:2
     Assembly makes seat belt guidelines. Mar 5, 1986, 31:1
     Board decides against seat belts on school buses. Mar 21, 1986, 1:1
     Seat belt use promoted. Mar 28, 1986, 6:2
     The ins and outs of Connecticut's new seat belt law. Apr 9, 1986, 20:1
\*SENIOR CITIZENS
     Elder care gap in agenda for town commission. Jan 8, 1986, 20:1
     Program tackles problem of elderly homebound. Jan 10, 1986, 8:1, 8:1
     Apartment regulation pushed. Jan 15, 1986, 10:2
     Survey to guage elder housing need. Jan 15, 1986, 12:2
     Sarezky to draft regulations for Fairfield apartments. Jan 22, 1986,
        23:1
     Elders may receive credits for local taxes. Feb 5, 1986, 28:4
     Apartment proposal on tap Feb 14. Feb 7, 1986, 6:1
     Fuel aid now available. Feb 12, 1986 Section II, 7:1
     Commission considering apartments. Feb 19, 1986, 1:1
     Police: Elderly are becoming targets of scams. Feb 19, 1986, 5:1
     Accessory apartments on agenda. Feb 21, 1986, 8:1
     Donation boosts Senior Center's transportation program. Feb 21, 1986,
        14:1, 14:3, 14:3
     New drug program offers elderly favorable option. Feb 26, 1986, 22:1
     Senior Center repair shop 'works wonders'. Feb 26, 1986, 25:1, 25:1
     Neighborhood group questions apartment plan. Feb 28, 1986, 5:1
     Accessory apartments okayed by commission. Mar 5, 1986, 14:1
     Manchester ordered to turn over records. Mar 5, 1986, 1:1
     Prescription aid discussed. Mar 5, 1986, 33:1
     Senior citizens seeking less-costly shellfish permits. Mar 12, 1986,
        4:1
     Elderly urged to beware of alcohol's effects. Mar 19, 1986, 39:1
     'Model' Senior Center much more than bingo. Mar 21, 1986, 3:1
     Special care urged with doctors and drugs. Mar 28, 1986, 9:1
     Elderly medical program set. Apr 2, 1986, 32:1
     Rx aid now available. Apr 2, 1986, 32:4
     More elder housing considered. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
     Funding option seen for seniors. Apr 16, 1986, 17:1
     Plotkin named to new post. Apr 16, 1986, 11:1
     Elderly warned of drug program flim-flam. May 14, 1986III, 13:1
     Medicare program supported locally. May 14, 1986III, 12:2
     State offers property tax relief program. May 14, 1986III, 13:1
     O'Neill urges support for elders. May 16, 1986, 10:2
     Conservation decision challenged. May 21, 1986, 5:1
     Elderly housing plan draws critics. May 21, 1986, 1:1
     New Senior housing is issue for Conservation. June 13, 1986, 15:1
     Housing site priorities listed. June 18, 1986, 1:2
     Home equity available. July 16, 1986, 16:2
     Reduced fee adopted for seniors' shellfishing permits. July 16, 1986,
        18:1
     Area senior get diplomas. Aug 6, 1986, 12:5
     Senior Center to offer ed, enrichment programs. Aug 27, 1986, 33:1
     Tenants disgruntled over loss of heat; approach selectmen. Dec 19,
        1986, 16:2
\*SETCAVAGE, JANET
     Setcavage poised for senior year. July 25, 1986, 32:1
\*SEWERS
     Sewer date extended. Jan 10, 1986, 12:4
     Angered residents demand action on sewage. Feb 7, 1986, 7:1
     Commission orders deadline. Feb 7, 1986, 8:1
     State discourages Fairfield Beach sewers. Feb 7, 1986, 8:3
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Separate security force debated at budget hearings. Mar 5, 1986, 10:1
     Sewering debated. Mar 5, 1986, 12:2
     Sewer project further delayed. Mar 7, 1986, 9:1
     Spending items on RTM's agenda. Mar 21, 1986, 17:1
     Action threatened on sewers. Apr 11, 1986, 5:1
     Sewer Commission seeks state aid for projects. Apr 11, 1986, 8:1
     Sewer pact eluding commission. Apr 16, 1986, 16:2
     Formulas decided for figuring sewer assessments. May 7, 1986, 19:1
     Town to seek flooding solutions. May 9, 1986, 9:1
     Pine Creek sewer battle resumes. May 23, 1986, 23:1
     Residents fear blasting, seek sewer fee abatement. May 28, 1986, 12:1
     Pine Creek residents comply. June 20, 1986, 10:3
     Sewer problems on tap Wed. July 1, 1986, 10:4
     Full abatenment denied-Janke. July 9, 1986, 9:1
     Inequities in sewer assessments questioned. July 9, 1986, 8:1
     Sewer unit okays funds to fix back-up problem. July 9, 1986, 8:4
     Kings Hwy. sewer cleanup saves town $. July 23, 1986, 10:3
     Officials hit on sewer assessment plan. July 23, 1986, 1:2
     Pine Creek residents protest sewer fee formula. July 25, 1986, 6:1
     Discussion to continue on sewer charge issue. Aug 6, 1986, 6:2
     Cleveland formula used, despite objections. Aug 8, 1986, 5:1
     Fairfield Beach tests on agenda. Aug 29, 1986, 9:1
     Tests again fail to resolve beach sewer question. Sept 5, 1986, 16:1
     Residents challenging town on sewer assessments. Sept 10, 1986, 16:1
     Beach Road sewer need to be discussed tonight. Oct 1, 1986, 6:2
     State rejects plea for testing water-Fairfeld Beach Road Oct 3, 1986,
        12:3
     Beach Road sewers on agenda Wednesday. Nov 05, 1986, 12:4
     Tests fail to confirm need for beach sewers. Nov 07, 1986, 4:1
     Stevenson Road pump station on Sewer agenda. Dec 3, 1986, 13:1
\*SHANNON, JOHN H.
     Shannon to seek third term. July 9, 1986, 30:1
\*SHELLFISH
     Shellfish fees hiked by local commission. Jan 15, 1986 Section II, 22:2
     Approval granted for dock. Feb 19, 1986, 20:4
     Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
     Senior citizens seeking less-costly shellfish permits. Mar 12, 1986,
        4:1
     Shellfish 'relay' program advancing. Apr 16, 1986, 14:3
     Westport suit causes tiff. May 7, 1986, 9:1
     Sound suffering from area pollution. May 14, 1986, 1:2
     Local commission eyes reopening of shellfishing. June 4, 1986, 24:1
     Shellfish plans on commission agenda. June 4, 1986, 25:1
     Commissioner urges measures to combat L.I. sound pollution. June 11,
        1986, 14:2
     Sewage in Sound on agenda. July 11, 1986, 5:4
     Reduced fee adopted for seniors' shellfishing permits. July 16, 1986,
        18:1
     Fee break could hurt shellfish unit. Aug 13, 1986, 1:3
     Shellfish unit concerned about declining revenues. Sept 10, 1986, 4:1
     Local shellfishing control backed. Oct 22, 1986, 1:1
\*SHERMAN, ROGER
     Loyal Roger Sherman hailed in hometown Fairfield. Dec 10, 1986 III, 1:1
\*SIEGEL, SUE KREISMAN
     A year-end salute to those on our pages-poem by Sue Kreisman Siegel.
        Dec 30, 1986, 3:1
\*SKOMAL, VICTORIA
     Illustrator draws the design of life. Nov 14, 1986, 3:1
\*SMITH, HERBERT R.
     Local cited as 'Realtor of the Year'. Oct 1, 1986, 24:1
\*SMITH, STEVEN
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*SMOKING
     Effects of cigarettes demonstrated to students. Mar 7, 1986, 3:1
     Capitol notes. Mar 14, 1986, 15:3
     New municipal policy restricts smoking areas. July 1, 1986, 6:1
     SmokeOut proclaimed. Nov 12, 1986, 11:1
     Evidence shows serious effects of second-hand smoke. Dec 19, 1986, 32:2
     Anti-smoking effort planned- General Assembly. Dec 30, 1986, 20:3
\*SOUKSAVATH FAMILY
     Laotian family becomes U.S. citizens. Dec 10, 1986, 36:1
\*SOUTH BENSON MARINA
     Longer local boating season eyed. Jan 3, 1986, 8:1
     Action on slips due. Mar 7, 1986, 13:3
     Marina slips okayed for out-of-town boaters. Sept 12, 1986, 13:1
\*SOUTHBURY TRAINING SCHOOL
     Some still unhappy with training school pact. Aug 8, 1986, 3:1
\*SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE
     Teaching awards now available in state. Mar 19, 1986, 40:1
\*SOUTHPORT, FLORIDA
     Southport's sister in the Florida panhandle. Mar 19, 1986, 3:1
\*SOUTHPORT BALLET SCHOOL
     Ballet school seeks TPZ okay to continue. Jan 24, 1986, 15:1
     Ballet school gets support. Jan 31, 1986, 6:2
     Subdivision plan rescheduled by TPZ. Feb 14, 1986, 4:5
     Firehouse ballet studio draws neighbor opposition. Feb 21, 1986, 14:1
     Southport Ballet School gets go ahead from TPZ. Mar 5, 1986, 18:1
\*SOUTHPORT CONGREAGATIONAL CHURCH
     Minister celebrates anniversary-Loring S. Ensign. Nov 28, 1986, 27:1
\*SOUTHPORT HARBOR
     Harbor group to adopt state's plan. Jan 29, 1986, 11:1
     Approval granted for dock. Feb 19, 1986, 20:4
     Harbor commission recommended for Fairfield. Feb 21, 1986, 12:1
     State $ possibility for harbor plan. May 23, 1986, 14:2
     Harbor unit to finish interviews. Nov 14, 1986, 4:1
     Park Board considering plea from fishermen. Nov 14, 1986, 6:1
\*SOUTHPORT RACQUET CLUB
     Club members save building from development. May 28, 1986, 17:1
\*SOUTHPORT TRAIN STATION
     Fairfield to receive RR station funds. Sept 10, 1986, 5:2
     Southport train station getting more parking spaces. Nov 25, 1986, 31:1
\*SPACE SHUTTLE
     Easton students reflect on space shuttle tragedy. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Students deal with emotions following disaster. Feb 5, 1986, 21:1
     Economic effects among those of shuttle disaster. Feb 12, 1986 Section
        II, 4:1
\*ST. EMORY'S CHURCH
     Blaze at church seen arson. Feb 5, 1986, 16:3
\*ST. VINCENT'S MEDICAL CENTER
     St. Vincent's signs agreement with NY Medical College. Feb 12, 1986
        Section II, 12:1
\*STATE LEGISLATURE
     State politicians debate new proposals for tax cuts. Feb 7, 1986, 16:1
     Lobbyists seek protection from solons' soliciting. Mar 19, 1986, 50:1
\*STATE TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
     State starts work in local span. May 23, 1986, 9:1
\*STOCKMAL, HANK
     Local teachers awarded math grants. Feb 28, 1986, 12:1
\*STORMS
     'snow problem, says Public Works head. Feb 21, 1986, 1:1
     Towns get funds for storm costs. Mar 19, 1986, 38:2
\*STRATFIELD
     A concerned neighborhood defends its borders. Nov 12, 1986II, 1:1
\*STREETSCAPE
     'Adopt' a bench. Feb 12, 1986, 8:2
\*STURGES, JEAN
     Sturges wants nomination. Mar 12, 1986, 5:1
     Sturges supports housing bill. May 7, 1986, 30:1
     Democrats pick candidates for fall race. July 25, 1986, 16:1
     Metspoulos, Sturges debate. Aug 27, 1986, 24:1
     Dems vow victory in local, state races. Sept 19, 1986, 5:1
     O'Neill stumps for Sturges. Oct 1, 1986, 20:1
     Sturges cites main issues. Oct 8, 1986, 34:3
     Coffees to meet Sturges. Oct 15, 1986, 20:1
     Housing, I-95 problems are key issues for Sturges. Oct 24, 1986, 4:1
     Area groups back Sturges. Oct 31, 1986, 25:4
\*STYLECRAFT IRON WORKS
     Craftsmen consider iron work art form. Sept 10, 1986, 3:1
\*SUICIDE
     How teens cope with depression and suicide. Feb 21, 1986, 3:1
     Youth suicide draws local concern. Oct 31, 1986, 1:2
\*SULLIVAN, JOHN
     Sullivan to pick winner. May 21, 1986, 35:1
     'New War' cited on Memorial Day. May 28, 1986, 1:2
\*SUPERMAN
     'Super' illustrator polishes hero's image. May 21, 1986, 3:1
\*SUPER SEVEN HIGHWAY
     Super Route 7 targeted for completion in 1990s. Dec 17, 1986, 36:1
\%
\*TARGOWSKI, EDWARD
     Police overtime claim rejected by trial referee. Sept 10, 1986, 13:1
\*TATTOOS
     Tattoos today seen as 'almost fashionable'. Oct 15, 1986, 3:1
\*TAX ASSESSOR
     Out-of state registration costs town $100,000. Apr 18, 1986, 11:1
\*TAXES
     State, local borrowing would be hit by tax reform. Sept 10, 1986, 28:1
     Tax Reform Act hits small businesses hardest. Nov 25, 1986III, 4:1
     Tax jockeying in full swing before year ends. Dec 30, 1986, 18:1
\*TEEN CENTER
     Fate of Teen Center debated. Feb 7, 1986, 5:1
     Teen Center schedules concert, contest for March. Feb 26, 1986, 27:2
\*TELEPHONE
     Phone service change draws customer complaints. Nov 21, 1986, 26:1
\*TELEVISION
     TV station move concerns Meyer. Jan 8,1986, 15:1
     Local producer cites change in networks' attitude. June 13, 1986, 3:1
     CPTV move involves state magazine connection. June 20, 1986, 14:1
     CPTV attracting teleconferencing business. Dec 10, 1986, 28:1
\*TEMPLE BETH EL
     Temple plan hit. June 27, 1986, 6:1
\*TENNIS
     Tennis plan going before Rec Board. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     Commission to hear tennis proposal. Feb 5, 1986, 10:2
     Tennis club proposal debated. Feb 21, 1986, 4:2
     Durrell denies waiver. Feb 26, 1986, 18:4
     Tennis plan advances. Mar 14, 1986, 14:4
     Commercial use of park land is a board concern. May 16, 1986, 10:1
     Penfield status on Rec board agenda. May 16, 1986, 17:3
     Expansion possible for Fairfield tennis. June 13, 1986, 14:1
     Bid process at issue. July 9, 1986, 13:1
     Waiver on tennis proposal unlikely. Aug 1, 1986, 4:1
     Talks slated today on tennis operations. Aug 13, 1986, 6:2
     Resolution now closer on tennis facility proposal. Aug 15, 1986, 11:1
     Suit threatened over tennis- David Ryffel. Aug 20, 1986, 16:1
     Bid waiver denied for tennis court proposal. Aug 22, 1986, 7:1
\*THANKSGIVING
     Sending Thanksgiving greetings across the U.S.A. Nov 25, 1986, 3:1
\*TIMOTHY DWIGHT SCHOOL
     Both sides adament about playground funds. Feb 28, 1986, 3:1
     CDAC approves playground funding despite opposition. Mar 7, 1986, 1:1
\*TOAL, ANDREW
     Fire commissioner resigns in protest. Dec 12, 1986, 10:1
\*TOMLINSON MIDDLE SCHOOL
     Students aid Red cross. Mar 12, 1986, 9:1
     Tomlinson honor roll listed. May 28, 1986, 22:1
     Tomlinson's graduates departing for private schools. June 18, 1986, 1:1
     Tomlinson Middle School lists honors students. July 25, 1986, 25:1
     Tomlinson students awarded. July 25, 1986, 25:1
\*TOTH, CINDY
     Ludlowe's Cindy Toth has set new standards on the golf course...and
        she's not finished yet. May 9, 1986, 23:1
\*TOWM EMPLOYEES
     Mediation to start for management. July 25, 1986, 22:2
\*TOWN CLERK
     Property transfers recorded by town clerk. Jan 8, 1986, 25:1
     Property transfers recorded by Fairfield clerk. Jan 29, 1986, 29:1
     Fairfield town clerk lists property transfers. Feb 5, 1986, 25:1
     Town Clerk records local property transfers. Mar 5, 1986, 35:1
     Candidate certification process to continue. Mar 12, 1986, 8:1
     Property transfers recorded. Apr 9, 1986, 26:2
     Town Clerk's office records property transfers. May 21, 1986, 34:1
     Dog licences now available. May 30, 1986, 8:3
     Land purchase petitioned- parking. Sept 26, 1986, 6:2
     Voter registration in Connecticut declines from last year. Nov 05,
        1986, 31:1
     Finance approves help for town clerk's office. Nov 07, 1986, 13:1
\*••town garage
     Commission appointed to study town garage. May 23, 1986, 8:4
\*TOWN HALL EMPLOYEES
     Town Hall workers to vote on pact proposal. June 18, 1986, 8:4
     Town Hall workers approve contract. June 25, 1986, 18:2
\*TOWN OF FAIRFIELD
     Town suffers from early development-history of town. July 3, 1986, 1:2
     Events for town's 350th discussed. Oct 3, 1986, 14:4
\*TOWN PARK
     Park committee to move quickly on plan. June 20, 1986, 15:1
     Park parking options eyed. Sept 12, 1986, 5:1
     Park proposal changed to improve public's access. Oct 3, 1986, 4:1
     Committee moving forward toward finalizing plans for park. Oct 24,
        1986, 10:1
     RTM approves park property swap. Oct 29, 1986, 1:1
     Park becomes more of a reality with new approval. Dec 12, 1986, 8:1
\*TOWN PLAN AND ZONING
     New Beach zone planned. Jan 3, 1986, 1:1
     'Motel' expansion wins approval. Jan 3, 1986, 10:2
     School requires permit, says TPZ. Jan 10, 1986, 12:1
     School use tiff resolved. Jan 17, 1986, 9:3
     TPZ hears commercial pleas. Jan 17, 1986, 9:1
Sarezky to draft regulations for Fairfield apartments. Jan 22, 1986,
   23:1
Ballet school seeks TPZ okay to continue. Jan 24, 1986, 15:1
Commission approves office plan. Jan 29, 1986, 11:1
Extension granted for Collins challenge. Jan 29, 1986, 6:2
Ballet school gets support. Jan 31, 1986, 6:2
Battle over Pine Creek dike going before board. Feb 7, 1986, 9:1
Project okayed. Feb 12, 1986, 17:1
Subdivision plan rescheduled by TPZ. Feb 14, 1986, 4:4
Firehouse ballet studio draws neighbor opposition. Feb 21, 1986, 14:1
Residents appeal TPZ decision. Feb 21, 1986, 13:3
TPZ hears debate over residential zone change plea. Feb 28, 1986, 6:2
Joint town committees discuss fate of shoreline. Mar 5, 1986, 8:1
Southport Ballet School gets go ahead from TPZ. Mar 5, 1986, 18:1
Sherman Street residential zoning regulations areas to be debated. Mar
   7, 1986, 13:1
Residents battle Sherman Street zoning problems. Mar 14, 1986, 5:1
Development potential concerns community groups. Mar 19, 1986, 5:1
TPZ to hear dike recommendations. Mar 21, 1986, 16:2
TPZ approves condos, hears dealer proposal. Mar 28, 1986, 6:2
TPZ hears recommendations for Pine Creek dike. Mar 28, 1986, 8:1
TPZ to consider dealership expansion. Apr 2, 1986, 8:3
TPZ to decide whether to appeal Collins order. Apr 2, 1986, 1:2
Accessory apartments before TPZ. Apr 4, 1986, 10:1
EDC discussing role in zone change process. Apr 9, 1986, 12:2
Apartment reg backed. Apr 11, 1986, 1:1
TPZ votes to appeal decision. Apr 11, 1986, 4:2
Court challenge set. Apr 16, 1986, 16:3
Greenfield Hill residents object to office proposal. Apr 16, 1986, 6:1
Condo application on TPZ agenda. Apr 18, 1986, 4:1
TPZ rejects Pine Creek plan. Apr 18, 1986, 4:3
Zone change to restrict housing use. Apr 18, 1986, 1:2
Pine creek neighbors oppose condo proposal. Apr 25, 1986, 8:1
Apartment hearing to continue. Apr 30, 1986, 9:1
Collins hearing going forward. Apr 30, 1986, 5:3
Helicopter ruling upheld by court. Apr 30, 1986, 10:4
Bill would require notices of decisions on sites. May 2, 1986, 20:1
TPZ approves change for Mill Plain land. May 2, 1986, 7:1
Views split on apartments. May 7, 1986, 1:3
Car dealership expansion okayed. May 9, 1986, 15:1
Apartment plan tabled again. May 16, 1986, 6:1
Appeals filed to block Collins. May 16, 1986, 1:2
Flooding problems seen from condo project. May 16, 1986, 7;1
Condos proposed for Willowby's restaurant site. May 21, 1986, 18:2
Conservation decision challenged. May 21, 1986, 5:1
Elderly housing plan draws critics. May 21, 1986, 1:1
Old Post Road project opposed. May 21, 1986, 5:2
Zoning proposals up for consideration. May 28, 1986, 8:2
Burroughs Road condos before TPZ. Jun 06, 1986, 4:3
Accessory apartments okayed by TPZ. June 13, 1986, 1:1
Residents oppose Park Avenue office complex-Stratfield area. June 13,
   1986, 8:1
Jefferson Street plan found incompatible. June 20, 1986, 4:1
TPZ gives approval to Old Post Road subdivision. June 20, 1986, 6:1
Developers pursuing Jefferson St. proposal. June 25, 1986, 8:1
Residents reject proposal of Black Rock office space. June 27, 1986,
   5:1
Temple plan hit. June 27, 1986, 6:1
TPZ grants approval for 15 permit applications. June 27, 1986, 6:3
Appeals filed on two TPZ decisions-Jefferson Street - Bronson Road.
   July 3, 1986, 16:3
Office, university pleas on agenda. July 3, 1986, 15:1
TPZ staffer sought for shore management issues. July 11, 1986, 5:1
TPZ to consider Fairfield University expansion. July 11, 1986, 6:1
Zone changes proposed for downtown buildings-office buildings- east of
   Exide and corner of Sanford Street. July 11, 1986, 11:1
Neighbor files appeal on landfill- Frank and Timko Streets. July 16,
   1986, 17:1
Auto service center proposed before TPZ. July 18, 1986, 4:1
Condos still not satisfactory-Burroughs Road. July 18, 1986, 4:2
New Stillson proposal going before TPZ soon. July 18, 1986, 4:3
Court rejects pension claim. July 23, 1986, 15:1
Condo hearing overflows-Burroughs Road. July 25, 1986, 1:1
Land sale won't halt plans for subdivision. July 25, 1986, 5:4
Office building seen as Post Road improvement. July 25, 1986, 4:1
Other TPZ decisions listed. July 25, 1986, 4:3
Town officials differ on development issues -condos. July 25, 1986, 3:1
Traffic views clash during condo hearing Burroughs Road. Aug 1, 1986,
   1:3
Traynor Motors gets TPZ okay to expand. Aug 1, 1986, 4:4
Funeral home plea set-Black Rock Turnpike. Aug 6, 1986, 5:1
Fuse: TPZ Commission studeies 'whole picture'. Aug 15, 1986, 3:1
Larry's plan tabled; firehouse, housing okayed. Aug 15, 1986, 5:3
Unpopular condo plan rejected. Aug 15, 1986, 1:2
Larry's Diner given TPZ okay to move downtown. Aug 29, 1986, 6:1
More office space approved by TPZ-Ardmore Street. Aug 29, 1986, 6:3
Coast regulations changes bring town into conformance. Sept 3, 1986,
   7:1
TPZ staffer named to shoreline post. Sept 3, 1986, 6:3
Two areas mount condo fights. Sept 3, 1986, 1:3
Condo proposal before TPZ. Sept 5, 1986, 15:4
Condos, subdivisions, new regs all tabled by TPZ. Sept 12, 1986, 8:1
Dump growth questioned. Sept 12, 1986, 8:3
New handbook to aid those filing for town permits. Sept 17, 1986, 18:1
Condo plan before TPZ. Sept 26, 1986, 4:4
Neighborhood opposes condo proposals. Sept 26, 1986, 4:1
Fairfield U housing plan challenged by residents. Oct 3, 1986, 9:1
Stratfield condo plan hearing set for Mon. Oct 3, 1986, 13:1
Zone change said needed to continue funeral home. Oct 3, 1986, 5:1
Condos said consistent with Stratfield character. Oct 8, 1986, 14:2
TPZ denies Black Rock Turnpike condo proposal. Oct 8, 1986, 14:1
TPZ nixes expansion of town landfill - for now. Oct 8, 1986, 6:2
Variance denied by ZBA, Willowby's plan to TPZ. Oct 8, 1986, 19:1
Authority permit before TPZ-parking. Oct 10, 1986, 13:1
Zoning changes proposed to simplify districts. Oct 15, 1986, 1:1
Condo plan on TPZ agenda-Stratfield Road. Oct 17, 1986, 15:1
TPZ denies amendment to allow funeral home move. Oct 17, 1986, 6:1
Landfill expansion denied by TPZ unit. Oct 24, 1986, 18:4
University plan, condo decisions tabled by TPZ. Oct 24, 1986, 14:2
Commuter parking approved. Oct 31, 1986, 1:1
Fairfield U housing gains approval from TPZ. Oct 31, 1986, 6:1
Lawsuit challenges approval of commuter lot. Nov 19, 1986, 1:2
Condos, dump expansion gains approval for TPZ. Nov 21, 1986, 14:1
Dump expansion holds refuse for another year. Nov 25, 1986, 6:2
     Funeral home application before TPZ-Redgate. Nov 28, 1986, 4:1
     Residents file appeal against TPZ beach excavation approval. Dec 3,
        1986, 8:1
     Rink permit valid, says town planner-Fairfield Country Day School. Dec
        3, 1986, 1:2
     Beach condos on TPZ agenda. Dec 5, 1986, 14:1
     Neighbors in opposition to Redgate's relocation plans. Dec 5, 1986,
        12:1
     Stratfield Farms neighbors appeal condominium project. Dec 12, 1986,
        6:2
     Town clearing land for commuter spaces. Dec 30, 1986, 13:1
     Business zone changes proposed for better regulation of land use. Dec
        30, 1986, 1:1
     New permit handbok ready. Dec 30, 1986, 12:3
\*TRACY, MARJE
     For Eastonite Marje Tracy - 'Life is a Cabaret'. Nov 19, 1986II, 1:1
\*TRAYNOR MOTORS
     Traynor Motors gets TPZ okay to expand. Aug 1, 1986, 4:4
\*TRUCKING
     Independent drivers are 'not irresponsible'. May 7, 1986, 10:3
     Teamster defends members. May 7, 1986, 10:1
\*TWINS
     Twins can be a duplication of effort. Dec 17, 1986, 14:2
\*TYMNIAK, PAUL
     Tymniak seeking RTC chairman post. Feb 28, 1986, 6:2
     Tymniak named to head GOP. Mar 21, 1986, 11:1
\%
\*UNEMPLOYMENT
     Jobless rate down. Mar 26, 1986, 9:1
     Unemployment rate decreases. Sept 10, 1986, 26:4
\*UNITED ILLUMINATING COMPANY
     UI lists Op Fuel Dec. donations. Mar 19, 1986, 17:3
     UI consolidates marketing area. May 7, 1986, 33:1
     Questions raised on condemnation-UI property. Aug 13, 1986, 6:2
     Magazine cites UI generating efficiency. Aug 20, 1986, 19:3
     RTM to decide on UI property purchase Monday. Sept 19, 1986, 4:1
     Town to buy UI land for $5M. Sept 24, 1986, 1:1
     UI property petition drive floundering. Oct 3, 1986, 1:1
     Commuter parking approved. Oct 31, 1986, 1:1
\*UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
     New UPS facility slated for State Street Ext. June 27, 1986, 4:1
     Steelworkers charge UPS sale 'unfair'. July 1, 1986, 22:2
\*UNITED WAY
     Town's contribution helping United Way fight drug abuse. Nov 05, 1986,
        32:2
     United Way program trains teachers on drug policy. Nov 05, 1986, 33:1
     United Way plan targets widespread crack use. Nov 14, 1986, 19:1
     United Way tops its 1986 goal. Dec 3, 1986, 14:2
\*UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT
     UB gains accreditation. Mar 21, 1986, 18:2
     Miles to retire from president's post. May 7, 1986, 31:1
     UB grads to hear Dodd. May 7, 1986, 31:1
     Small business center established at school. May 14, 1986III, 16:2
     UB to host Senior Olympics. May 14, 1986III, 13:3
     Bridgeport U to increase tuition next fall. May 16, 1986, 19:1
     College fair hosted by UB. Aug 27, 1986, 4:1
     UB receives federal grant. Nov 07, 1986, 16:1
     UB receives grant for human services. Nov 25, 1986, 6:2
     UB revamps teachers' program. Nov 25, 1986, 9:1
     Locals named to UB program- Edward Bourque, Geraldine Johnson. Dec 19,
        1986, 24:2
\*UNQUOWA ROAD BRIDGE
     Bridge made 'top priority' for state repair projects. Jan 8, 1986, 8:1
     Unquowa Road bridge to be replaced. Feb 21, 1986, 5:4
\%
\*VALENTINE, RUSSELL
     Beach concession operator seeks refund for problems. Oct 10, 1986, 10:2
\*VALENTINE'S DAY
     How to find the almost perfect date or mate. Feb 12, 1986, 3:1
\*VAN ACHTERBERG, JOHAN
     Easton's tough man behind its tender turkeys-Johan Van Achterberg. Nov
        19, 1986, 3:1
\*VENTRIGLIA, FRANCO
     Opera star's success: 'drive, will to achieve'.Sept 17, 1986, 3:1
\*VETERANS
     Record pay in GI dividends. Feb 7, 1986, 4:2
     VA changes procedures. Aug 13, 1986, 8:5
     Memorial planned for veterans' activist- Robert Henry. Nov 05, 1986,
        6:4
     Vietnam vet names to be added to honor roll Nov. 9. Nov 05, 1986, 6:1
     Addition to Honor Roll. Nov 12, 1986, 1:1
\*VICTORIAN COTTAGE
     Committee to consider fate of cottage building. May 2, 1986, 10:1
     Cottage restoration opposed. Sept 5, 1986, 10:1
     Selectmen okay renovation of historic cottage. Sept 5, 1986, 6:1
\%
\*W.S.ROCKWELL COMPANY
     Company's innovation changing auto industry. Jan 31, 1986, 3:1
\*WAKEMAN BOYS/GIRLS CLUB
     Wakeman to survey locals on needs, facilities. Apr 18, 1986, 15:1
\*WARREN, ROBERT PENN
     Penn Warren is U.S. Poet Laureate. Mar 12, 1986, 23:3
     A literary master: the poet laureate at 81. Apr 23, 1986, 3:1
     Night for honor for Penn Warren. Oct 8, 1986, 1:2
\*WEATHER VANES
     Weather vanes: from predictors to collectors. Jan 15, 1986, 3:1
\*WEBSTER, STOKELY
     Exhibit highlights Southporter's sixty-year career. Oct 22, 1986II, 1:1
\*WEICHERT REALTORS
     Local realtor donates funds. Mar 14, 1986, 13:3
\*WEICKER, LOWELL P. JR.
     Weicker to receive award. Mar 28, 1986, 5:1
     Connecticut solons debate support for Libyan action. May 2, 1986, 14:1
     Weicker cited by ocean group. June 25, 1986, 10:2
\*WEISEL, ELIE
     Weisel warns audience of growing intolerance. Apr 4, 1986, 18:1
\*WENER, ROB
     Dems vow victory in local, state races. Sept 19, 1986, 5:1
\*WERNER, ROBERT
     Werner will contest Wilber's seat. July 23, 1986, 13:1
     Democrats pick candidates for fall race. July 25, 1986, 16:1
     Werner urges zone reg changes. Oct 15, 1986, 20:4
     Werner takes different approach to campaign. Oct 22, 1986, 5:1
\*WESTBURG, VERNON
     Citing harrassment, RTM member resigns. Aug 20, 1986, 6:1
\*WHITEHEAD, GUSTAVE
    Local residents challenge Wright Brothers flight. July 11, 1986, 3:1
\*WILBER, ELINOR
     Wilber seeks return to General Assembly. May 23, 1986, 19:1
     Werner will contest Wilber's seat. July 23, 1986, 13:1
     GOP incumbants win endorsement. July 25, 1986, 11:1
     Wilbur cites achievements, plans to meet future. Oct 29, 1986, 22:1
\*WILBUR CROSS PARKWAY
     Toll bill advances. Feb 28, 1986, 16:1
\*WILDLIFE PROGRAM
     Financing may snare wildlife preservation bill. Mar 28, 1986, 24:1
\*WINDMILL
     See BRONSON WINDMILL. Aug 6, 1986, 3:1
\*WOLFERT, ADRIENNE
     Three locals honored by Poetry Society. Oct 1, 1986, 16:1
\*WOODWELL, GEORGE
     Man's activity threatens world's climate: scientist-both cooling and
        warming-Gearge Woodwell. Nov 19, 1986, 5:1
\*WRIGHT BROTHERS
    Local residents challenge Wright Brothers flight. July 11, 1986, 3:1
\*WYCKOFF, DIANE
     Lack of interest closing Fairfield Academy program. Jan 29, 1986, 12:2
\%
\*YALE UNIVERSITY
     Dems hit Yale. Apr 25, 1986, 20:2
     Discovering what it takes to make it to Yale. Oct 1, 1986, 3:1
\*YARRINGTON, FRED
     Golf official tries to maintain games' fairways. July 23, 1986, 3:1
\*YEAR IN REVIEW - 1985
     Taking a look back before looking ahead. Jan 3, 1986, 3:1
\*YMCA
     New handicapped swim program. Jan 3, 1986, 5:1
     Expanding 'Y' activities is goal of new director- Mark Ketley. Nov 19,
        1986, 16:1
\*YOUNG REPUBLICANS
     Young GOP holds elections. Feb 5, 1986, 23:1
\*YOUTH
     Youth grant to town. Mar 21, 1986, 15:4
\*YWCA
     'Professional volunteer' helps YW help women. Mar 26, 1986, 3:1
     YWCA salutes five 'outstanding' Fairfield women. June 4, 1986III, 1:1
\%
\*ZIEFF, DAVID
     Postol names treasurer. June 18, 1986, 30:4
\*ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
     Residential use sought for three shore cottages. Jan 3, 1986, 8:4
     C&D orders reversed by ZBA for shore cottages. Jan 15, 1986 section II,
        20:1
     Variance for addition sought by local country club. Feb 5, 1986, 22:2
     Office, country club gain aproval from ZBA. Feb 12, 1986, 14:1
     Residence alterations on agenda. Mar 5, 1986, 15:1
     ZBA denies request on house use. Apr 9, 1986, 7:1
     ZBA faces full agenda tomorrow. Apr 30, 1986, 10:1
     Complaints don't sway ZBA. May 7, 1986, 14:2
     Willowby's conversion before ZBA Thursday. June 4, 1986, 12:1
     ZBA denies variances for condominium proposal. June 11, 1986, 11:1
       Kings Hwy. condo plan slated for court appeal. June 18, 1986, 12:1
       ZBA to select Democrat as new member of board. July 3, 1986, 13:1
       First exception granted to town liquor regulation-Miller Street
          restaurant. July 16, 1986, 5:1
       Zoning Board of Appeals lists decisions on variance pleas. Aug 6, 1986,
          9:1
       New condo plan submitted for King's highway. Sept 3, 1986, 5:1
       Building addition denied-Bronson Road. Sept 12, 1986, 9:1
       Willowby's before ZBA. Oct 1, 1986, 9:1
       Variance denied by ZBA, Willowby's plan to TPZ. Oct 8, 1986, 19:1
       ZBA turns down Harbor road proposal. Oct 8, 1986, 19:1
       Local service stations recertified by ZBA votes. Nov 12, 1986, 19:1
    turns down Harbor road proposal. Oct 8, 1986, 19:1
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