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10 years for stalking and attempted Stamford bombing

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HARTFORD-A relationship gone bad that might have been worse had not the woman discovered the bomb filled with hydrochloric acid in her car. Now Frank Mendoza, the 53-year-old jilted boyfriend will be spending 10-years in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny imposed the term on Mendoza who pleaded guilty on June 5, 2014 […] [Read More]
Shelton Police Officer Dan Loris and new Police K-9 Stryker

Shelton Police resurrect K-9 unit

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SHELTON-Stryker is the newest recruit in the city’s police department. The German Shepherd and his handler Police Officer Dan Loris will begin formal training together in February. Stryker replaces Jager who retired earlier this year. “Stryker will be a great asset to the police department and the city,” said Lt. Robert Kozlowsky. The dog was […] [Read More]

Shelton, Seymour Students to attend Berlin Wall forum

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NEW HAVEN-Several advanced history students at Shelton and Seymour high schools are expected to attend the Nov. 10 forum at Southern Connecticut State University discussing the fall of the Berlin Wall. The event will take place just one day after the 25th anniversary of the start of demolition of the wall which separated east from […] [Read More]
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Neighbors oppose Perry Hill Estates plan in Shelton

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SHELTON-Neighbors to a proposed planned development district that would put 26 homes on 13 acres of land near Walnut and Perry Hill Avenues voiced their objections during a Planning and Zoning Commission hearing that ran past 10 p.m. Tuesday. The Commission voted to continue the hearing during their 7 p.m. Nov. 12 meeting. Ken Huzi, […] [Read More]

Shelton P&Z ready to approve Water’s Edge addition

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SHELTON-The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-2 late Tuesday night to write a favorable resolution that would allow Water’s Edge to add another structure containing three townhouses to their development off River Road near Latex Foam. Only Commissioners Nancy Dickal and James Tickey opposed the resolution following a public hearing on the proposal. A roll […] [Read More]
The Commodore Isaac Hull Memorial Bridge viewed from Derby

DOT Public Hearing Weds night in Shelton on Hull bridge

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SHELTON-State Department of Transportation officials will discuss their planned $9 million renovation of the Commodore Isaac Hull bridge during a public hearing Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m. in the city hall, 54 Hill Street. The planned renovation which will include painting, catwalk upgrade and repairs to the steel, fencing, railings, drainage and navigation is expected […] [Read More]
Marc Garofalo

Send the Scouts to England dinner

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DERBY-Send the kids to England. And all you have to do is eat macaroni, meatballs, sausage and salad. A macaroni and meatball dinner to benefit Boy Scout Troop 3 will take place Saturday at St. Mary’s Church. The menu, prepared by former Mayor and current Town/City Clerk Marc Garofalo, along wityh members of St. Mary’s […] [Read More]
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Derby to be on TV’s Communities of Distinction

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DERBY-He’s a Pro Football Hall of Famer and the city is a football crazy town. But that’s not all the city is known for. And on Tuesday, a photographer working for Communities of Distinction with Terry Bradshaw will be in the city meeting with Mayor Anita Dugatto, conducting on camera interviews and checking out location […] [Read More]
Ansonia Mayor David Cassetti

DiGiovanni’s Cafe and Catering opens in Ansonia

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ANSONIA-DiGiovanni’s CafĂ© and Catering became the latest restaurant to open in the downtown during Mayor David Cassetti’s administration. The restaurant will feature Italian pastry and coffees including Espresso. It will have a breakfast and lunch menu featuring sandwiches, paninis, soup and salad. It is own by Nick DiGiovanni, who has catered many events at the […] [Read More]

Fall Hike at Ansonia Nature Center today

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ANSONIA-Put down the remote control, get off the couch and enjoy the brisk fall weather and colorful leaves in hiking the trails at the Nature Center, 10 Deerfield Road. The hike is free but participants are asked to register by calling 203-736-1053. [Read More]