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$5,000 reward for Seymour bank robbery suspect

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There’s a $5,000 reward out for a man suspected of committing a brazen afternoon robbery of the Webster Bank, 15 New Haven Road in Seymour, on April 9. FBI agents say that Daniel W. Hamlett Sr., 52, is wanted in connection with the crime. According to the FBI, the suspect began his one-man crime spree […] [Read More]

Branigans Car Care coming to Ansonia

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ANSONIA-Branigan’s Car Care and Auto Sales formally opened Friday at the corner of Bridge Street and Pershing Drive. The family-owned and operated business is managed by Jim Branigan. It offers a wide-range of automobile services including the sale of pre-owned vehicles. Mayor David Cassetti welcome the business to Ansonia. [Read More]
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Buy and Sell at Ansonia’s citywide tag sale July 26

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ANSONIA-Residents still have a chance to participate in the city wide tag sale taking place July 26. For $5 they can register their home on a map given to buyers containing all the sites where tag sale items are offered. Registration is available daily at the Nature Center, 10 Deerfield Drive. The rain date for […] [Read More]

Autonomy Technology becomes first to move into Oxford site

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OXFORD-Autonomy Technology, Inc. became the first company to open in the town’s Airport Development zone. The company relocated from Oregon with nine employees. It is using 10,000 square feet in the building at 353 Christian Street and expects to employ as many as 30 people in the future. Autonomy distributes electrical components used in the […] [Read More]
First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane hold the ribbon as it is cut by Autonomy Technology officials marking their move to Oxford July 2.

Autonomy Tech moves into Oxford Airport site

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OXFORD-Autonomy Technology, Inc. became the first company to open in the town’s Airport Development zone. The company relocated from Oregon with nine employees. It is using 111,000 square feet in the building at 353 Christian Street and expects to employ as many as 30 people in the future. Autonomy distributes electrical components used in the […] [Read More]

Two Bridgeport chiropractors avoid jail in scam

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BRIDGEPORT-Two local chiropractors escaped federal prison terms for their role in an auto injury scam that cost insurance companies at least $1.7 million. Jennifer Lynne, who operates Backstroke on State Street and George DeCarvalho, who had a practice on East Main Street were both sentenced to three years probation by U.S. District Judge Stefan R. […] [Read More]

DeLauro applauds executive order protecting LGBT employees

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We received this note from the office U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3rd: NEW HAVEN, CT—Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) has issued the following statement applauding President Obama’s Executive Order protecting LGBT employees. The Executive Order will prohibit federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. “This Executive Order is an important […] [Read More]
Mayor Anita Dugatto

Derby to conduct workshop on revitalizing downtown

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DERBY-City officials will conduct an informational workshop on their plans to revitalize the city’s downtown. The rebuilding of the downtown has been fraught with delays and developer pull outs after many of the deteriorating buildings were demolished. Dugatto will preside over the workshop which includes an action-revitalization plan. The workshop will take place June 25 […] [Read More]
Derby Alderman Carmen DiCenso points out damaged areas of the Derby parking garage

Derby Parking Authority to finalize referendum proposal tonight

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DERBY-The Parking Authority is expected to finalize their proposal seeking as much as $6.9 million in a referendum to repair the crumbling municipal parking garage downtown. The Authority will meet tonight at 6 p.m. in their offices at the Parking Garage, 2 Thompson Street. The garage closed for about two weeks from Feb. 27 to […] [Read More]

Job search seminar tonight in Ansonia

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ANSONIA-The Housatonic River Job Network will conduct a job search seminar beginning at 7 p.m. tonight and lasting to 9 p.m. at 61 North Cliff Street. Linda Van Valkenburgh, a certified executive career coach, will lead the discussion. She will discuss organizing for a job search, tracking the places visited or where you posted a […] [Read More]