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Accused burglar arrested in Shelton

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SHELTON – A city man is being detained on $92,500 bond after police arrested him on five separate warrants Wednesday. Kyle Eckweiler, 21, is charged with theft of four count of burglary, three counts of sixth degree larceny and individual charges for fourth-degree larceny, theft of a firearm, criminal possession of a firearm and violation […] [Read More]

Last chance to hear about Derby’s sewage

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DERBY-City residents will get one last chance to learn about the $31.2 million request to renovate the sewage treatment system. Residents are invited to attend the session on Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Middle School, 10 Nutmeg Avenue. There will be a referendum question on the Nov. 4 ballot asking residents to vote […] [Read More]
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Fundraiser for Derby Senior Center director’s infant

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DERBY-It’s been nearly a month since a tumor was removed successfully from the brain of infant Anthony Michael Muoio at Yale New Haven Hospital. His mother, Sarah Muoio is the director of the Derby Senior Citizens Center. A fund-raiser is scheduled for Oct. 26 at the AM Club, 30 Hawthorne Avenue, where a family style […] [Read More]
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Ansonia cops bust man on drug, gun charges

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ANSONIA-A 21-year-old city man faces numerous drug and gun charges after eluding police during an Oct. 17 car chase only to be arrested later on Beaver Street. Harold Rumley of 34 South Street, was arraigned Monday on eight narcotics charges, four gun charges, two risk of injury to a minor charges and nine motor vehicle […] [Read More]
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Derby WPCA Info Session set for Oct. 22

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DERBY-City residents will get one last chance to learn about the $31.2 million request to renovate the sewage treatment system. Residents are invited to attend the session on Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Middle School, 10 Nutmeg Avenue. There will be a question asking residents to vote during the November 4 election on […] [Read More]

First night on last night in Derby

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DERBY-It could be a city first for the last night of the year. A group of city residents are hoping to pull together an alcohol-free, family-friendly New Years Eve celebration that will begin at 3 p.m. With children events on the Green and end with a midnight countdown to lights strapped on the outside of […] [Read More]
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DeLauro pushes for breast density testing

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DERBY-U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro took on Congress calling upon them to pass legislation that would require insurance companies to provide additional screening for women with dense breast tissues. The Breast Density and Mammography Reporting Act patterned after a similar law pushed through Connecticut’s General Assembly by State Sen. Joseph Crisco ensures that mammogram information provided […] [Read More]
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Cassetti projects $2m surplus for Ansonia

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.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]

Ansonia Harvest Festival set for Saturday

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ANSONIA-Residents are hoping the rain stays away Saturday as the city prepares to host its 11th annual Havest Festival. Last Saturday’s steady ran forced postponement until Oct. 11. Main Street will be closed off to traffic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and open to vendors, amusement rides, tasty foods and entertaining dance and music […] [Read More]

Ansonia Harvest Fest postponed to Oct. 11

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UPDATE Due to the inclement weather forecast for Saturday, October 4, the Ansonia Harvest Festival has been postponed until the rain date of October 11. ORIGINAL POST: ANSONIA-If the rain holds off, Main Street will be full of scarecrows, pumpkins and songs as the city celebrates its 11th annual Harvest Festival. Mark Lanzieri will be […] [Read More]