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Ansonia Men’s Softball League Reborn

ANSONIA-After a decade’s absence the Men’s Softball League is being reborn. Mayor David Cassetti said the league will begin in May and is not limited to Ansonia residents. The team fee is $400. “This league has been inactive for over ten years,” Cassetti said. “I commend our Recreation Director Jeff Coppola for organizing this effort. […] [Read More]
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Moss raced from 1948 to 1962, won 212 of the 529 races he entered, including 16 Formula 1 contests. Here, he's at the 2012 Historic Festival at Lime Rock Park.

Sir Stirling Moss to grace Lime Rock’s Historic Festival, Aug. 29-Sept. 1

LAKEVILLE – Sir Stirling Moss and wife, Lady Susi, will be this year’s honored guests at Lime Rock Park’s Historic Festival 32, Friday, August 29 through Labor Da,y Monday, September 1, it was announced by Festival Chairman Murray Smith Moss, one of the most famous race car drivers who ever lived, raced from 1948 to […] [Read More]
Categories: historic, Lakeville, Sports

NCAA Championship viewing parties in Stamford

  NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP VIEWING PARTIES Monday and Tuesday  UCONN STAMFORD, RICH CONCOURSE Sponsored by the UConn Stamford Student Activities Office, Fitness Center, and SGA  March Madness has struck Connecticut once again!  With both UConn men’s and women’s teams playing for the championships this week, students and fans are excited.  In addition to the viewing at […] [Read More]
Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing Seminar

A demonstration on fly fishing techniques and a discussion on the Housatonic River clean-up will be the agenda for the April 3 meeting of the Housatonic Fly Fishermen’s Association beginning at 7:00PM in the St Paul’s Episcopal Church, 65 North Main Street, Wallingford, CT. Mike Jastremski of the Housatonic Valley Association will discuss the Housatonic […] [Read More]
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Derby native promotes reading in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT-Stephanie Ditko, a Derby native and vice president of the Sacred Heart University Education Club helped organize a book collection, cash donation and a day of reading at the Discovery Magnet School. The club, composed of education majors, collected more than 1,000 books and a $300 donation which they handed to Sangeeta Bella, the school’s […] [Read More]
Latino Inaugural 2013: In Performance At Kennedy Center - Show

Oxford man gets 7 months for deadly crash

DERBY-For the rest of his life Eric Ramirez said he will live with the night of March 9, 2012. That was the night he chose to engage police in a chase that ended with his car becoming airborne on Old State Road in Oxford and slamming into Precision Glass and Mirror. The accident killed Brandon […] [Read More]
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Cop gets highest award

NORWALK – Stratford’s Joseph Martino was named the 2013 “Officer of the Year” at the Norwalk Police Department’s First Annual Awards Ceremony at the Norwalk Inn & Conference Center.  In addition to “Officer of the Year” Martino was presented with the Police Service Cross, the department’s second highest award, by Chief Thomas Kulhawik and Deputy […] [Read More]
This biathlon figure is one of the final pieces to be added to Craig Smith's 'Sochi' sculpture, now on display at Silverman's Farms in Easton, where it will be for another two weeks. He hopes to send it to President Vladimir Putin.

Craig Smith completes ‘Sochi’ sculpture

Categories: Arts, Easton, Sports
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Two HS seniors from Milford sign letters of intent

We received this note from the Milford School System: MILFORD – The Milford Public Schools is pleased to announce two students have signed National Letters of Intent to continue athletic play in college. The students will receive tuition assistance from their intended schools. Timothy Maher, son of Gerry and Donna Maher of Milford, has signed […] [Read More]

Ansonia appoints Recreation commission

ANSONIA-Alfonso Smith, a 92-year-old forty-year veteran of the Recreation Commission was reappointed to a new term by the Board of Aldermen. Also appointed to the commission n were Frank DeLiberto Jr of Martin Terrace; Paul Velardi of Hoinski Way; Michael Cratty of Bruns Road and Anne Lynch of Birchwood Drive. [Read More]
Categories: Ansonia, General, Sports, Town