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Walk Like MADD in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD-The signature walk of Mothers Against Drunk Driving will take place Oct. 25 at Fairfield Ludlowe High School, 785 Unquowa Road. The 5K walk raises funds that support MADD’s state initiatives
Walter J. Sova, of Milford, shows off his classic 1967 Schwinn Twin Deluxe tandem bicycle, one of fourteen Schwinns that he owns, at Silver Sands State Park in Milford  on Sunday, May 11, 2014.

More bike racks coming to Milford, Mayor Blake says

From a press release: Milford — Mayor Ben Blake is pleased to announce that new bicycle racks will be installed throughout Milford in an effort to enhance our Bike-able City Initiative. While several

Ansonia’s Holbrook Street to become two-way today

ANSONIA-Beginning today traffic will flow both ways on Holbrook Street where the old Peck School is located.. This marks a change from years of it being from a one-way north bound street. Parking will
Fireworks fill the sky during a July 4, 2012  show in Shelton

Derby-Shelton fireworks postponed until Saturday

DERBY — The annual Derby-Shelton July 4 dueling fireworks display has been postponed until dusk Saturday. City leaders made the decision based on reports of thunderstorms and heavy rain for Thursday

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

Derby Dowtown Garage to reopen Thursday

DERBY-The downtown garage is expected to re-open for parking Thursday morning but spaces will be at a premium. That’ s because an undetermined number of the 340 parking slots will be blocked off for

Derby Mayor orders emergency garage repairs

DERBY-Mayor Anita Dugatto took matters in her own hands Friday and ordered emergency temporary repairs be done on the downtown parking garage. The mayor hired IDA International Inc. on Roosevelt Drive

Valley Legislators want information on Derby garage

DERBY-Three Valley legislators fired back at criticism for not attending Tuesday’s Board of Aldermen meeting involving safety hazards at the downtown municipal garage. “We’re always here to help when

State Police cracking down on tailgating this month

From a press release: Connecticut State Police Central District Troopers based at Troops in Bethany, Hartford and Westbrook will initiate a ‘STOP TAILGATING, YOU’RE TOO CLOSE” project during the month

Aldermen to Meet on Garage

DERBY-The Board of Aldermen will hear a report from the city engineer on the status of the downtown garage during a special meeting beginning Tuesday night at 7 in City Hall. The Aldermen abruptly