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Neighbors oppose Perry Hill Estates plan in Shelton

SHELTON-Neighbors to a proposed planned development district that would put 26 homes on 13 acres of land near Walnut and Perry Hill Avenues voiced their objections during a Planning and Zoning Commission hearing that ran past 10 p.m. Tuesday. The Commission voted to continue the hearing during their 7 p.m. Nov. 12 meeting. Ken Huzi, […] [Read More]

Shelton P&Z ready to approve Water’s Edge addition

SHELTON-The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-2 late Tuesday night to write a favorable resolution that would allow Water’s Edge to add another structure containing three townhouses to their development off River Road near Latex Foam. Only Commissioners Nancy Dickal and James Tickey opposed the resolution following a public hearing on the proposal. A roll […] [Read More]
The Commodore Isaac Hull Memorial Bridge viewed from Derby

DOT Public Hearing Weds night in Shelton on Hull bridge

SHELTON-State Department of Transportation officials will discuss their planned $9 million renovation of the Commodore Isaac Hull bridge during a public hearing Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m. in the city hall, 54 Hill Street. The planned renovation which will include painting, catwalk upgrade and repairs to the steel, fencing, railings, drainage and navigation is expected […] [Read More]
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Derby to be on TV’s Communities of Distinction

DERBY-He’s a Pro Football Hall of Famer and the city is a football crazy town. But that’s not all the city is known for. And on Tuesday, a photographer working for Communities of Distinction with Terry Bradshaw will be in the city meeting with Mayor Anita Dugatto, conducting on camera interviews and checking out location […] [Read More]

DeLauro in Hospital Roundtable today

From a news release: NEW HAVEN — Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-3) will hold a roundtable discussion with representatives of a dozen hospitals from across the state today, October 24 at 11:00 am. They will be discussing the impact of cuts to hospital preparedness programs funded by the federal government. The devastating impact of these cuts […] [Read More]
Categories: Business, Health, New Haven

Fight leaves 1 man dead in Bridgeport

Police are investigating the latest homicide in Bridgeport. This time, it’s a 51-year-old man,who witnesses tell police was involved in a fight. According to Police Spokesman William Kaempffer, just before 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, officers responded to a call of an injured person in front of 83 Seeley Street. When they arrived, they found the […] [Read More]
Categories: Bridgeport, Labor
Ret. Lt. Col. Phil Tripp

John Ratzenberger stumps for Phil Tripp

ANSONIA – John Ratzenberger, who took Cliff Clavin from Cheers to a household name, will be stumping for Phil Tripp’s bid to become the State Senator for the 17th District which includes Ansonia, Derby, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Hamden and Woodbridge. Ratzenberger will be at the St. Sebastian Club, 86 Father Salemi Drive from 5 p.m. […] [Read More]

Home-buying seminar at the Milford Public Library

From a press release: Become a well informed home buyer!! Ellis Ratner and Joe Paul, agents with over 25 years of experience, will outline the steps and considerations needed to complete the transaction. This valuable seminar will provide you with the tools and knowledge to buy or sell your home. The talk will take place […] [Read More]
Categories: Milford, Real Estate

Oxford man indicted in Ponzi scheme

NEW HAVEN-A federal grand indicted a former financial adviser and broker from Oxford on charges that he bilked investors out of millions in an elaborate three-year long Ponzi scheme. Robert E. Lee, Jr., 50 of Cortland Place, Oxford now faces five counts of wire fraud, each of which carries a maximum prison term of 20 […] [Read More]

Cassetti projects $2m surplus for Ansonia

.ANSONIA -Mayor David Cassetti said cost-cutting measures have put his tax strapped city on the road to at least a $2 million surplus for the coming budgetary year. The mayor made the announcement as part of his State of the City address to nearly 300 residents gathered in the Ansonia High School auditorium Thursday night. […] [Read More]