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"Rising Stars" drew big crowds at the Stratford Library in previous outings.  The latest will take place on June 13th.

Rising Stars event for teens at the Stratford Library June 13

From a press release: STRATFORD — The Stratford Library’s Teen Services Department will hold its semi-annual “Rising Stars @ SLA” program on Saturday, June 13 from 1-5 pm in the Lovell Room. A town-wide creative arts performance event geared to all Stratford teens, the program is free and open to the public. “This is really […] [Read More]
Group Photo, Left to right: Members of the Jonathan Law Key Club pose outside the school with the awards they received at the New England District Convention held in April in Springfield, Mass. Pictured left to right are: Laney Ackley, Dominick Buccitti, Peter Tournas, Mike Jalaf, Hayley Palmer, Tyler Chavez, Carol Phillips, Max Slusky, Alexis Maltes, Jordan Negron, Annie Khamhoung, Samantha Hudak, Marissa Pollack, Richard Ung and Meghan Hripak.

Jonathan Law High Key Club prevails at conference

From a press release: MILFORD – Members of the Jonathan Law High School Key Club ‘prevailed victorious’ at the New England District Conference held in April in Springfield, Mass. The service organization, which is the youth version of the Milford Kiwanis Club, has long been a powerhouse at the Devon school for more than 50 […] [Read More]

Derby Parking Authority to be no more

DERBY-The Board of Aldermen is expected to disband the city’s Parking Authority during their meeting Thursday night in City Hall. The Authority’s duties will be moved to Mayor Anita Dugatto’s office with the book-keeping and monetary functions handled by the Finance department.  Corporation Counsel Thomas Welch is drafting the final documents which the Board will […] [Read More]
Categories: Ansonia, Derby, General, Shelton, Town

Cassetti wants a fire headquarters

ANSONIA-Mayor David Cassetti is expected to seek the support of the Fire Commission to build a state of the art modern headquarters to lay out his plan for a state of the art modern headquarters on Olson Drive. The mayor will make his pitch during the commissioners’ 7 p. m. meeting tonight in the Aldermanic […] [Read More]
Dr. Steven Kant and other representatives of Boys & Girls Village joined Mayor Ben Blake at City Hall to proclaim May 2015 as Foster Care Month in Milford in recognition of those foster families who open their homes and hearts to children in need of strong support systems. From left are Yvette Wooten, Therapeutic Foster Care Recruitment & Training Manager; Carra Conlan, Director of Permanency Services; Dr. Steven M. Kant, President/CEO of B&GV: and   Mayor Benjamin G. Blake.

Mayor Blake proclaims May 2015 as Foster Care Month in Milford


FBI head warns of ISIL here

NEW HAVEN-The FBI director said everyone of his field offices including Connecticut are dealing with attempts by ISIL to recruit “troubled souls” to kill in the English-speaking world. James Comey, a Westport resident who became the seventh director of the FBI some 20 months ago, said ISIL’s (or the Islamic State also referred to as […] [Read More]

Adult Education classes canceled for Tuesday, May 26, 2015

BRIDGEPORT — Because of an electrical problem at Central High School, classes for tonight (Tuesday night) have been canceled, according to school officials. [Read More]

Truck rolls off Bridgeport boat ramp

BRIDGEPORT-Memorial Day 2015 will never be forgotten by Caesar Sanchez. A sunny day of riding the waves near Dolphin’s Cove turned into a total loss when his  2002 Dodge Dakota SXT rolled off the boat ramp out into 15 feet of water off Seaview Avenue and sank just after 4 p.m. Caesar Sanchez of Clinton, […] [Read More]