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Clean Elections, Gambling Split Candidates by
Paul Bass | Apr 22, 2018 9:49 pm
Susan Bysiewicz could have worded the pivotal question of a gubernatorial debate in New Haven Sunday this way: “What makes you think you should be... more »
460 Kids Poisoned By Lead In 2 Years by
Christopher Peak | Apr 20, 2018 1:09 pm
A young mom vacated a Fair Haven apartment where flaking lead paint poisoned her 3-year-old. Then she found out that her new apartment across the... more »
STAFF | Apr 19, 2018 9:07 pm
In this very special episode of ‘Navel Gazing: The Valley Indy Podcast,’ reporters Eugene Driscoll and Ethan Fry sit down with Erik Ofgang and Michael Lee-Murphy, journalists with Connecticut Magazine. VIDEO
Click play to listen.
The May issue of Connecticut Magazine is the
VALLEY ISSUE! Continue reading ‘CT Magazine To Unleash Valley Issue!’ »
STAFF | Apr 19, 2018 6:09 am
About 50 people attended a meeting in Shelton Wednesday to discuss $4.3 million in planned improvements to the Derby-Shelton bridge.
The Valley Indy live-streamed the meeting. Click the play button to watch and the sound button for audio.
Continue reading ‘Watch: Derby-Shelton Bridge Meeting’ »
Ethan Fry | Apr 17, 2018 9:09 pm Posted to:
A downtown Derby property owner unveiled preliminary plans to put hundreds of new apartments in a mixed-use development on Factory Street. Continue reading ‘Derby Landowner Mulls Mixed-Use Development Downtown’ »
Ethan Fry | Apr 17, 2018 6:20 am
More than two dozen people lost their homes after a fire tore through a Seymour apartment building Saturday.
Most of the 26 people displaced are living with relatives temporarily as relief efforts are organized.
A firefighter broke his ankle at the scene of the blaze. No other injuries reported.
Continue reading ‘Dozens Displaced By Seymour Apartment Fire’ »
Eugene Driscoll | Apr 15, 2018 6:31 pm Posted to:
Of course Jamie Cohen doesn’t remember who the home run hitters were back when he played Derby Little League in the 1950s.
“We were 8 years old!” he told a reporter, incredulously.
But he does remember learning a little something about community service in Derby through his father’s involvement in Derby Little League.
Continue reading ‘New Scoreboard At Derby Little League Has History’ »
STAFF | Apr 13, 2018 12:01 pm
Birmingham Health Center, a nursing home at 210 Chatfield St. in Derby, will be closing its doors, according to Derby officials and federal bankruptcy court records.
Spectrum Health Care,
LLC, the nursing home’s owner, has been in bankruptcy court since October 2016. Continue reading ‘Birmingham Health Center In Derby To Close’ »
Eugene Driscoll | Apr 12, 2018 8:08 pm
The Derby Board of Aldermen Thursday voted to hire two law firms that are researching whether to file a class-action lawsuit against “big pharma” drug companies.
The lawsuit has not been filed, nor have the defendants been named. It is being formulated by Ventura Law, a firm based in Danbury, and Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings, a law firm based in Tennessee.
Continue reading ‘Ansonia And Derby Hire Lawyers To Probe Impact Of Opioids’ »
STAFF | Apr 12, 2018 6:57 am
A DUI case involving a Derby fire department vehicle appears headed toward resolution.
Patrick McGuire, a Seymour resident, was charged with allegedly taking an off-road vehicle on a drunken joyride after last year’s Derby-Shelton Memorial Day Parade.
Continue reading ‘DUI Case Involving Derby FD Vehicle Could Be Resolved’ »
Eugene Driscoll | Apr 10, 2018 10:44 pm Posted to:
The bridge on Bluff Street in west Derby will not be removed, according to a letter from the state Department of Transportation to Mayor Rich Dziekan.
DOT will make repairs to the ailing bridge.
In 2016 the
DOT hosted a public forum in Derby City Hall to talk about the bridge. Continue reading ‘Bluff Street Bridge In Derby Will Not Be Removed’ »
STAFF | Apr 9, 2018 10:04 pm
About 30 people attended a Freedom of Information workshop in Ansonia City Hall Monday.
The Valley Indy live streamed the meeting on Facebook. Click play to watch.
Continue reading ‘Watch: Ansonia FOI Workshop’ »