Most-Read Stories Of The Week

The weekend is finally here, so it’s time to take a quick look back at the stories you read the most this week on ValleyIndy.org.

This week’s list is sponsored by The Valley Indy’s Great Give Webcast, coming up May 1 and May 2.

The Great Give is an annual online fundraiser for hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the region, including many that are based in the Naugatuck Valley.

The Valley Indy, itself a nonprofit, uses The Great Give as its annual reader drive. This year the publication’s goal is to raise $10,000 in 36 hours, starting 8 a.m. May 1.

In an effort to raise awareness about The Great Give — and to encourage people to get involved — The Valley Indy will be live streaming from its office in Ansonia.

The Valley Indy is looking for nonprofit organizations to interview during the live stream.

If your nonprofit provides services in Ansonia, Derby, Seymour or Shelton — and your nonprofit is participating in The Great Give — .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) The Valley Indy to schedule a live interview.

Our email: valleyindependentsentinel@gmail.com

And now, the most-popular stories of the week:

5. Ansonia school board threatens to sue city over funding

4. Derby fire marshal suspects roadside fire bug is back

3. Police: Derby man robbed Ansonia bank

2. Bank robbed in Ansonia

1. Ansonia police accuse woman of child abuse

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