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Events planned at the Osborne Homestead Museum in Derby

DERBY– The Osborne Homestead Museum has reopened for the new season. Guided tours of the  Colonial Revival home of  Frances Osborne Kellogg, which includes her collection of antigues and fine art,

Motorcycle ride will close several Shelton streets Sunday

SHELTON — A motorcycle ride and event, sponsored by the five Newtown fire departments, will begin in Shelton and will  result in the closure of several city streets as well as a parking ban,

DOT tree removal will close Maple Street, Seymour, Tuesday

SEYMOUR — Maple Street will be closed Tuesday due to a tree removal operation, the state Department of Transportation said in a press release Monday. For additional information, visit the ConnDOT

Two women injured in head-on accident in Derby

Staff Reports DERBY — Two women were injured Tuesday morning in a two-car, head-on collision on Academy Hill Road. Both drivers, one 23, the other 25, were taken to Yale New Haven Hospital with

Oxford first selectman annouces reelection bid

     OXFORD — First Selectman George Temple has announced he will seek reelection to a second, two-year term. He made the announcement this past weekend. Jeff Haney, his running mate from 2011, will

Oxford death due to CO toxicity; manner still undetermined

By Anne M. Amato   OXFORD — An autopsy has determined that Curtiss R. Raymond died from carbon monoxide toxicity, according to a spokeswoman at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The manner of

Derby, Ansonia slated to receive funds from State Bond Commission

From a press release issued Wednesday: State representative Linda M. Gentile (D-Ansonia/Derby) and State Senator Joseph J. Crisco, Jr. (D-Woodbridge) welcome the expected passage of a pair of items

DOT announces traffic shifts on I-95 in Milford and Stratford

          From a press release: The state Department of Transportation has announced that two major traffic shifts are scheduled in the coming weeks to realign Interstate 95 north and southbound

Oxford Girl Scouts offer Sandy Hook memorial ribbons

OXFORD – White and green ribbons, that can be worn to honor the memory of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, are now available at the Oxford Town Clerk’s office. The ribbons were

A night of “holiday cheer” planned in downtown Seymour

SEYMOUR – A night of “holiday cheer” will take place on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. The event, hosted by the Seymour Culture and Arts Commission, will be part of the First Saturday event held