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Norwalk drowning victim is identified

NORWALK — The man who drowned on Memorial Day when his canoe overturned off of Calf Pasture Beach has been identified as a Guatemalan citizen. Norwalk police provided the man’s name after they were notified by the Guatemalan Embassy that the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has notified the man’s father of his death, Lt.Paul Resnick […] [Read More]

Southport Ukrainian Club looking for marchers

FAIRFIELD-The Ukrainian-American Club of Southport is looking for marchers to join them in Monday’s Memorial Day Parade. Ukrainian-Americans from across the state are asked to dress in their native garb or at least wear blue and yellow. Children are invited to participate. This comes at a time when Ukraine is in turmoil, has been invaded […] [Read More]

Oxford gets $500k in state funds for Tetlak Park fields

OXFORD-Tetlak Park is getting three more playing fields as a result of a $500,000 state grant. First Selectman George Temple said the money will provide two girls’ softball fields and all purpose utility field. “Senator Rob Kane and State Rep. David LOabriola worked long and hard hours to look out for the interest of Oxford,” […] [Read More]
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Ansonia Mayor David Cassetti

Ansonia looking for a few good 19th Century ballplayers

ANSONIA-Mayor David Cassetti is looking for a few good ballplayers–19th Century-type ballplayers. The players will be divided into two teams–the Ansonia Copperman, named for the city’s historic copper manufacturing plants and the Derby Osbornedales–a name grabbed from that city’s state park and philanthropic family. They will meet at Nolan Field July 19 in the city’s […] [Read More]
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D-Day vet celebrates 91st birthday with Ansonia Mayor


Man dies from injuries in Cycle crash

SHELTON- The motorcyclist injured in the crash at the intersection of Leavenworth and Walnut Hill Tree Road May 11 has died. Services for Michael R. Sanko, 53, will take place Tuesday at the Riverview Funeral Home, 390 River Road at 10 a.m. A private burial will follow. The wake will take place Monday from 4 […] [Read More]

Ansonia claims ownership of $227,676 in Town/City Clerk account

ANSONIA- after a four month investigation that included an outside audit and a review of state statutes and the charter, the city believes it owns the $227,676 in the city/town clerk’s account. That’s the opinion of Corporation Counsel John Marini. That probably is not the opinion of John Sponheimerm the lawyer representing Madeline Bottone, the […] [Read More]

Seymour Middle School to Host Healthy Eating

SEYMOUR-Sixth grade students at the town’s Middle School will be hosting the first annual Healthy Cooking Challenge May 8 at 3 p.m. in the school on 211 Mountain Road. The finalist selected by a panel of judges will compete in the challenge. The winners will be invited to a Valley-wide competition at Molto Bene on […] [Read More]
Ansonia Mayor David Cassetti and Corporation Counsel John Marini

New Blight Laws to be Discussed in Ansonia

ANSONIA-Residents and homeowners are urged to attend a public seminar on the new blight laws that have been enacted by the Board of Aldermen. John Marini, the city’s corporation counsel, will explain the new requirements and penalties during an anti-blight seminar Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Aldermanic chambers at city hall. Marini said the […] [Read More]

NVCC Students to sell crops

WATERBURY-Students in Naugatuck Valley Community College’s Horticulture Program will be selling their crops May 5-9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Technology Hall Greenhouse, 750 Chase Parkway. “Interest in sustainable crop production is on the rise throughout the state and at the college,” said Christopher Tuccio, program coordinator. “Students learn about an integrated […] [Read More]