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Whitney Says “Bienvenue” To Au Chalet by
Lucy Gellman | May 24, 2017 2:56 pm
First there was a crepe cart. Then came the galettes and steaming mugs of cafe au lait. Now, there’s hot, fragrant cheese, and a wood-paneled room... more »
What’s Up Nemerson’s Sleeve? by
Paul Bass | May 24, 2017 7:58 am
If a Montreal developer doesn’t take steps soon to get started building a long-delayed project on the old Coliseum site, New Haven might play a new... more »
STAFF | May 23, 2017 7:55 pm
A public hearing on the Derby tax board’s proposed 2017-2018 budget drew a half-dozen officials to City Hall Tuesday, but no living creatures actually offered any comments on the spending plan.
The tax board will reconvene next Tuesday (May 30) at 6:30 p.m. to finalize the budget.
The budget does not increase taxes.
Continue reading ‘Derby Budget Could Mean Cuts To Schools’ »
Ethan Fry | May 23, 2017 1:39 pm
A fire ripped through the second floor of a multi-family home on Ansonia’s Hubbell Avenue Tuesday morning.
No injuries were reported.
Continue reading ‘UPDATE: House Fire Displaces Family In Ansonia’ »
STAFF | May 23, 2017 5:51 am Posted to:
The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments and the City of Derby held an info session Monday on proposed changes to the Route 34 widening project.
Click the video to watch.
The video was carried on the
Derby Mayor’s Facebook page, and it was shared on the Valley Indy Facebook page in addition to being embedded on ValleyIndy.org. Continue reading ‘Derby Hosts Route 34 Widening Info Session’ »
STAFF | May 21, 2017 8:23 am
Click play to listen to an interview with Amanda Prescott, a senior at Ansonia High School. VIDEO
She’s into some strange stuff — stuff she hopes to turn into a career.
Prescott is a self-taught special effects makeup artist.
Continue reading ‘‘Navel Gazing’ With Ansonia Gore Hound Amanda Prescott’ »
STAFF | May 20, 2017 6:31 am
The weekend is here!
Get outside and enjoy yourselves, Valley.
Continue reading ‘Most Read Stories Of The Week’ »
MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR | May 19, 2017 7:07 am
It’s theater season at the Connecticut General Assembly, a time when all is not what it seems, when some debates are about delivering messages, not making law. Take the debate Thursday in the Senate about bear hunting. Or the one in the House about electing future presidents by the popular vote.
Click here to keep reading this story from The CT Mirror.
STAFF | May 17, 2017 4:50 pm
Kyle McIntosh was a four-year starter at running back at Cheshire, where he was a three-time state champion and the 1994 New Haven Register “Player of the Year.”
He then went to Syracuse University where he played with future
NFL players Donavan McNabb and David Tyree. Continue reading ‘‘Valley Sports Rewind’ With Kyle McIntosh’ »
STAFF | May 17, 2017 6:15 am
The Seymour school board voted to appoint Michael Wilson as superintendent Tuesday.
Wilson has been the Ansonia school district’s assistant superintendent since 2013.
Continue reading ‘Michael Wilson Appointed Seymour Schools Superintendent’ »
Eugene Driscoll | May 16, 2017 4:06 pm Posted to:
The State Bond Commission approved a $5 million grant Friday to help Mayor Anita Dugatto’s administration move forward with a new vision for the Derby redevelopment zone.
Specifically, the money will be used to pay for the construction of a “main street grid” within the redevelopment zone, according to a May 12 press release from the Mayor’s Office.
The main street grid refers to how the streets will be arranged within the redevelopment zone.
Continue reading ‘Downtown Derby Update: $5 Million Grant, Important Forum On Changes To Main Street Widening’ »
Ethan Fry | May 16, 2017 5:41 am
Rep. Rosa DeLauro told a roomful of leaders from groups that serve victims of domestic and sexual crimes Monday that she hopes a budget proposal from President Trump won’t hurt the thousands of area residents who seek help from them each year.
DeLauro said that lawmakers don’t yet know all of the specific programs that will be targeted for cuts in Trump’s
“America First” budget. Continue reading ‘DeLauro: Trump Budget Could Impact Domestic Violence Services’ »