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Things To Do, Christmas Edition

by Yukon Jack | Nov 26, 2014 5:59 pm | Comments (0)

Here is a list of holiday-themed events we culled from our self-serve calendar, Facebook, things we found on the side of the road, and so forth.


Oh, and if your event isn’t listed, it’s your fault because we’ve been begging you since 2009 to use our self-serve calendar.

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Seymour High School Unified Art Expo Dec. 1

by Press Release | Nov 26, 2014 3:07 pm | Comments (0)

On Monday Dec. 1, Seymour High School would like to invite you to our first Unified Arts Exposition.

This event will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria and adjacent hallways at Seymour High School (2 Botsford Road).

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Channel 10 Programming Schedule

by Comcast Cable | Nov 26, 2014 10:00 am | Comments (0)

Your weekly local TV lineup!

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As If The Holidays Aren’t Stressful Enough, Here Comes Some Snow

by STAFF | Nov 26, 2014 6:49 am | Comments (0)

Hundreds of Valley residents are expected to use the ‘what do you expect, this is New England’ mantra in reaction to a snowstorm headed our way today.

Click here to read how your neighbors reacted to the forecast early Wednesday.

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The Power of Thanksgiving

by Pastor Walt Mayhew | Nov 25, 2014 12:17 pm | Comments (1)

The simple act of giving thanks has a transformational effect on the human psyche.

Even though nothing about our circumstances or our situations necessarily has changed, giving thanks changes how we feel. Hope replaces despair. Peace transplants worry, and soon life isn’t as bad as it was just a few minutes ago.

What changed? Nothing but our focus.

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Sentencing Delayed For Lawyer Convicted Of Money Laundering

by Isaac Avilucea | Connecticut Law Tribune | Nov 23, 2014 4:58 pm | Comments (0)

FILEA federal judge has agreed to postpone sentencing for Seymour attorney Ralph Crozier, who was convicted on money-laundering charges in September, until next year.

Crozier, 62, was scheduled for a Dec. 18 sentencing, but it was moved to Feb. 12 after U.S. District Judge Janet Hall granted a request following a Nov. 19 conference call with federal prosecutors and defense attorney Michael Hillis to delay sentencing so Crozier can seek medical attention.

Crozier has said medical specialists need more time to diagnose an unspecified heart condition that forced him to spend a night in the hospital several weeks ago.

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Channel 10 Programming Schedule

by COMCAST | Nov 20, 2014 4:11 pm | Comments (0)

Channel 10 Programming Schedule

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State Approves $7 Million For Design Of Waterbury Branch Signalization

by STAFF | Nov 20, 2014 2:27 pm | Comments (0)

The state bonding commission approved a $7 million allocation Wednesday to fund the design of a signalization system for the Waterbury branch of the Metro-North train line.

The 27-mile Waterbury branch of the commuter rail line passes locally through Seymour, Derby and Ansonia.

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Seymour Christmas Parade Honors Poeta Family As Grand Marshals

by Press Release | Nov 20, 2014 1:47 pm | Comments (1)

Nina Poeta’s courageous year-long battle with an inoperable brain tumor brought together her school and her hometown in a common cause over the past 12 months.

Outpourings of love and support were evident as many groups and hundreds to thousands of individuals showed their support.

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Seymour Seeks Names Of Men And Women In The Military

by Press Release | Nov 19, 2014 2:04 pm | Comments (0)

The Seymour Town Clerk’s Office is reminding residents of Seymour to submit the names of men and women serving in the military.

The town disperses money from the Richard R. Pearson Memorial Fund each Christmas to Seymour residents serving in the military.

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Train tracks section elevated
Nov 26, 2014 2:54 pm
Address: Division Street Derby, Connecticut
Rating: 3

There is a section of the train tracks that is elevated and is a hazard to cars. It is on the...

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Need street light
Nov 2, 2014 9:01 pm
Address: 5 Lynnwood Court Shelton, Connecticut
Rating: 1

Lynnwood ct doesn't have any street light on the street and there are many children that...

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Sidewalk in horrible shape
Oct 30, 2014 12:12 pm
Address: 7 Elm Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Rating: 3

I walk here daily and the sidewalk is in terrible shape. Very uneven and difficult to navigate....

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