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Westports Sean Mulcahy to Play in Blue-Grey Game

He missed his last game at UConn due to an injury, but Westports Sean Mulcahy will play in a posteason all-star game that serves as a showcase for NFL scouts.

The 2000 Staples grad will play in the Blue-Grey game on Christmas in Troy, Ala., according to todayҒs Middletown Press.

The 6-6, 295-pound defensive tackle started in 37 straight games for the Huskies before having the streak ended in the final game of the season at Wake Forest due to a recurring neck injury.

Mulcahy recorded 37 tackles and four sacks this season. He played in all 45 games during his career before the neck injury, from which he has fully recovered, according to coach Randy Edsall.

Stop & Shop Issues Cookies Recall

Stop & Shop, which has a store in Westport, is recalling more than 6,000 boxes of its store brand assorted party cookies because nuts and milk not listed on the label pose a life-threatening risk to people allergic to those ingredients.

The recalled cookies were sold in 16-ounce, clear plastic containers in bakery sections of the chain’s stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island. The UPC code on recalled products is 002000-043476.

Among the unlisted ingredients in some of the cookies are ground peanuts, pecans, cashews and whole milk, the Food and Drug Administration said.

No illnesses have been reported.

People with recalled cookies should return them to the local Stop & Shop for a refund; call 1-800-767-7772 for more information.

Fire Chief Honored Westport Fire

Fire Chief Honored


Westport Fire Chief Denis McCarthy (l.) was recently honored in a Hartford ceremony with a “My Boss is a Patriot Award” by the Connecticut Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. With him is Westport firefighter Ernest Ruot who recently returned from an extended tour of duty with the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. McCarthy was nominated for the award by Westport Firefighter Thomas Richmond, a Connecticut National Guard member. Contributed photo