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Former Milford mayoral candidate to plead guilty

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Genevieve Salvatore NEW HAVEN-A lawyer who ran unsuccessfully as the Democratic candidate for mayor in Milford in 2009 pleaded guilty to participating in a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud. Genevieve Salvatore, who is represented by Andrew Bowman, admitted to Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall that she committed mail fraud by sending falsified HUD-1 forms, […] [Read More]

Judge Richard Arnold to administer oath to new Ansonia mayor

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Mayor-Elect David Cassetti Superior Court Judge Richard Arnold ANSONIA-Superior Court Judge Richard Arnold will usher in a new era in this city’s leadership when he administers the oath of office to David Cassetti as the new mayor Dec. 2. The ceremony which will include oaths given to all elected officials will take place at 6 […] [Read More]
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Former broker to be sentenced for fraud that cost Rochdale $5.2 million

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HARTFORD-A former institutional sales trade for a Stamford brokerage house will be sentenced this afternoon in federal court for his role in a stock purchase scam that cost his Stamford employer more than $5 million. The prosecution is urging U.S. District Judge Robert A. Chatigny to sentence David Miller, 40 of Rockville Centre, N.Y. to […] [Read More]
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14 foreign adoptees to become citizens Monday

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HARTFORD-Fourteen foreign adoptees  ranging in age from two to 12 will become naturalized citizens Monday during a ceremony celebrating November as National Adoption month.   U.S. Magistrate Judge Donna F. Martinez, a former federal prosecutor, will administer the oath of citizenship during the 10 a.m. ceremony at the Connecticut State Capitol Building in the Hall […] [Read More]

Trader who cost Rochdale Securities $5.2 million to be sentenced

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HARTFORD-A former institutional sales trade for a Stamford brokerage house will be sentenced this afternoon in federal court for his role in a stock purchase scam that cost his Stamford employer more than $5 million. The prosecution is urging U.S. District Judge Robert A. Chatigny to sentence David Miller, 40 of Rockville Centre, N.Y. to […] [Read More]
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Annual Thanksgiving food drive plans in place

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The Spooner House in Shelton and several volunteer groups are hoping to make Thanksgiving dinner a happier and healthier one for needy Naugatuck Valley families. “More than 6,000 individuals have been served by the Food Bank this year, ” said Susan Agamy, Spooner’s executive director. She said this translates into 153,000 meals which is 92,000 […] [Read More]

DeLauro: LIHEAP funding not sufficient

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We received this announcement from the office of U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3rd: NEW HAVEN, CT – Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-3)  announced that Connecticut is receiving $67.584 million from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). LIHEAP helps low income households pay their energy bills and is particularly crucial as we move in to […] [Read More]

Power issues close Platt Tech

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MILFORD-Power issues forced the early closing of Platt Tech this morning. Buses were called to take students home shortly after 10:15 a.m. [Read More]
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Ansonia resident honored

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ANSONIA — George S. Logan, the director of engineering and water resource planning for Aquarion Water Co., was named private owner of the year by the Associated General Contractors of Connecticut. Logan, who lives on LaRovera Terrace with his wife and children, has been employed by Aquarion since 1992 and has a Master of Science in […] [Read More]

Milford Hospital to present women’s health series

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We received this note from Milford Hospital: MILFORD — Women’s Health is the Focus of November Educational Series in which the physicians of Seaside OB/GYN of Milford and Milford Hospital will be partnering throughout the month of November to host a series of women’s health and wellness workshops geared towards all stages of a woman’s […] [Read More]