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Anita Dugatto, Democratic candidate for mayor of Derby, Conn. meets with the editorial board on Tuseday, oct. 22, 2013.

Derby Day on Saturday

DERBY-There will be music, food and games but hopefully no rain as the state’s smallest city cgives itself a day. Derby Day will close down a large part of Elizabeth Street along the green from 10
Categories: Ansonia , Arts , Business , Derby , Derby

Dolphin’s Cove owner going to prison

NEW HAVEN-The owner of the popular Dolphin’s Cove Marina on Bridgeport’s east side will be spending two months in federal prison beginning in October. Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall imposed
Categories: Bridgeport , Business , Courts , Crime , General

Ansonia looking to close on 2 downtown buildings

ANSONIA-The city moved closer to putting two downtown buildings it owns on the tax rolls. The Board of Alderman voted to allow city officials to negotiate the sale of Ansonia Technology Oark, 497 East

No new taxes in Derby budget

DERBY-The Board of Apportionment and Taxation held the line on not raising the mill rate despite a last minute addition of $45,000 to the Storms Ambulance Corps. That addition came without stripping
Categories: Ansonia , Bridgeport , Business , Derby , General

Manufacturing information sessions May 14 & 27 at NVCC

From a press release: WATERBURY – Naugatuck Valley Community College’s (NVCC) Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC) is hosting two information sessions in May for students interested in
In this 2012 photo, a "No Trespassing" sign is shown in front of a house in Lake Worth, Fla. Thrashed by the mortgage and foreclosure disaster, Florida has thousands of distressed properties.  (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Study finds foreclosures fueled racial segregation in U.S.

From a press release: WASHINGTON, D.C. — Some 9 million American families lost their homes to foreclosure during the late 2000s housing bust, driving many to economic ruin and in search of new

Platt Tech students qualifty for National Competition

DEARBORN, Mich. – Ten student teams from the Northeast, including several from Platt Technical High School, will compete in the Bright Minds Dream It! Do It! Student Challenge, organized by SME, a
Jessica Gosney digs out her car after rocks and mud inundated her home in the mountain community of Forest Falls in the San Bernardino Mountains Monday, Aug. 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Stop treating soil like dirt, scientists say

From a press release: In celebration of the International Year of Soil 2015 (IYS), the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) is coordinating a series of activities throughout to educate the public
From left: Mayor John Harkins, Governor Dannel Malloy, Owner, Carl Zuanelli , his 4 children and wife Karen Lapere Zuanelli.

Nuovo Pasta’s new building stages ribbon cutting

We received this note from the Mayor’s Office in Stratford: STRATFORD — Governor Dannel Malloy joined Stratford Mayor John Harkins for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Nouvo Pasta’s new building in
Good Nature Market will occupy approximately 4,000 square feet of space at 15 Broadway and 3,000 square feet of space at 44 Whitney Ave.

Good Nature Market to open soon in downtown New Haven

From a press release: New Haven —Yale University Properties has signed lease agreements with Sun Yup Kim, owner of Good Nature Market, for the former Gourmet Heaven spaces at 15 Broadway and 44