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Connecticut Would Run A $94M Deficit Without a Budget In Place

HARTFORD, CT — Two months into the new fiscal year and Connecticut — without a two-year budget in place — is facing a $94 million budget deficit,...

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Blumenthal Renews Call For Tougher Investigation Into Events In Charlottesville

HARTFORD, CT — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and leaders of political and faith groups across the state Monday urged a full investigation into what...

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MAN DIES

After accident in Ansonia.

WEEKLY CALLS

From the Shelton Fire Department.

HEALTH DISTRICT

Offers back to school immunizations.

SEN. LOGAN

Talks minority business growth on TV show.

PURSE THIEF

Sought by Shelton police.

LETTERS FROM THE MAYOR’S RACE

DiCenso says Dugatto is not transparent.

AND . . .

Resident says Dugatto put Derby on the right path.

FROM THE REGISTER:

Derby officer saves a boy’s life.

And . . .

Derby residents talk possible zone change for Marshall Lane dormitory.

Background on the dorm . . .

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DERBY-SHELTON BRIDGE

Design meeting Aug. 22.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

Plan blue mass, porchetta dinner.

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Ansonia Italian festival begins Aug. 10.

DICENSO SAYS:

The mayor isn’t following the rules.

HURDLE CLEARED

Carmen DiCenso qualifies for mayoral primary.

SEYMOUR RESIDENT

Gets Coast Guard commendation.

BANKO’S

Under new ownership in Ansonia.

CHANNEL 10

Programming schedule.

VIOLENCE

Triggers neighborhood meeting in Ansonia.

DOMENICO FILIPPONE:

Why I’m running for Ansonia Alderman

TAREK RASLAN:

Why I’m running for mayor.

FUNDRAISER

To benefit Meals on Wheels Aug. 26 in Ansonia.

CITY OF ANSONIA

Sends out phone scam warning.

ANSONIA ROTARY

Supports Meals on Wheels.

DUGATTO, DZIEKAN

Have different stances on Route 34 widening project.

Derby Homicide Investigation Progresses

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 21, 2017 11:50 am

Posted to: Derby, Seymour

The investigation into a fatal shooting in Derby took a step forward last week when police seized a Jeep Cherokee believed to be connected to the crime.

The state police major crime squad, Derby detectives, and Seymour police served a search warrant Friday at a property on Skokorat Street near Bunting Road in Seymour.

Police were at the property for most of the day. No arrests have been made, but police are obviously trying to build a case.

Continue reading ‘Derby Homicide Investigation Progresses’ »

Relatives Mourn As Detectives Work Derby Homicide

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 14, 2017 9:42 pm

Posted to: Derby

Carmen Benavides sat on a curb on Anson Street in Derby Monday afternoon, just as she’s done every day since Jajuan Benavides was shot there Friday morning.

She sat next to tokens of grief on the sidewalk — candles, a framed photo from her youth, a stuffed animal, a shirt.

But she wasn’t there only to mourn the death of her 21-year-old cousin. She hopes her presence will get people talking to police and help catch his killer.

Continue reading ‘Relatives Mourn As Detectives Work Derby Homicide’ »

The State Of CT’s Municipalities In Charts

by JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS & JAKE KARA | CT MIRROR | Aug 14, 2017 7:16 am

Posted to: Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, Shelton

State aid to municipalities largely has been spared cuts over the last decade – and has even been increased in some years – even though the state has regularly faced budget deficits.

Now it’s time for some municipalities to share in the pain, the Malloy administration maintains.

As the debate rages, here, in graphical form, are some key indicators of the fiscal condition of the state’s 169 cities and towns and how they are spending their money.

Click here to continue reading on The CT Mirror website.

The Valley Indy Is On Vacation

by STAFF | Aug 5, 2017 8:53 am

Posted to: Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, Shelton

Dear readers,

We are sorry to disappoint the local news hounds, but Eugene Driscoll and Ethan Fry, the two staffers at The Valley Indy, are on vacation this week.

The Valley Indy returns Aug. 14.

Have a wonderful week, and thank you for your support!

Eugene and Ethan
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