Lauretti’s budget: Tax hike, schools ‘flat-funded’

For the first time in a decade, Shelton residents can expect a tax increase, according to the mayor’s budget 2019-20 fiscal year proposal released Wednesday. Mayor Mark Lauretti during his budget presentation to city officials Wednesday. — Brian Gioiele/Hearst ...

Adoption for Dogs Day at Pet Valu March 23 and 24

Pet Value, 37 Monroe Tpke., in Trumbull, will hold two adoption events this weekend. On Saturday, March 23, ...

Literary competition submission deadline is April 1

The Trumbull Library Board of Trustees is sponsoring the 2019 Trumbull Literary Competition. Submissions are required to be ...

Tolls, taxes, jobs: Top concerns at legislative forum

State Sen. Kevin Kelly, left, and state Reps. Ben McGorty, center, and Jason Perillo answer constituent questions during ...

Shelton school redistricting: Preliminary options raise concerns

The black line shows the districts as presently constituted. The colors show what the district would look like in this specific scenario. These scenarios are only preliminary at this time. A school redistricting plan is not near final, but that did not stop residents from voicing concerns over the current options — each of which would move some 100 students to a new school. More than 100 residents attending an ...

Shelton Unified Sports basketball program on rise

  Shelton athletes and partners are Bella Burns, Chase Reed, Corey Cannone, Elena Schrynemakers, Michael Ciambriello, Tamir Shashoua, Sarah Falsetti, Kelly Stanley, Shane Lacobelle, Faith Tremblay, Nick Mocciola, ...

SHS student pursues professional soccer goal

Shelton High School senior Colman Kim plans to pursue professional soccer after graduation. — Contributed photo Shelton High senior Colman Kim plans to pursue professional soccer after graduation. ...

Boys swim: Shelton ties best-ever mark in SCC

Adam Kryzwosz and Carson Rhodes (below) advanced to the SCC finals.Photos: Andy Hutchison / For Hearst Connecticut Media Shelton High had a fine showing in the Southern Connecticut Conference championships ...

Flag Football League registration

Shelton Flag Football is open for registration.  Don't miss out on this exciting brand of football.  This is not tackle football and is not a traditional flag football league.  Players ...

Football: Shelton routs ND-WH

Not even a driving rainstorm could cool off the Shelton High football team’s offense on Friday night when the Gaels traveled to Veteran’s Stadium to face Notre Dame of West Haven. Behind three rushing touchdowns in the first half from senior tailback Jack Carr, fourth-ranked Shelton cruised to a 44-13 Southern Connecticut Conference Tier 1 win ...

Clouet’s budget message: What is the vision for Shelton?

The Shelton public schools are a well-run district. Our student results are on par or exceed many socioeconomically ...

How CT can make health care more affordable

One of the most pressing issues facing Connecticut residents is the high cost of health care. I see ...

Shelton school redistricting: Preliminary options raise concerns

The black line shows the districts as presently constituted. The colors show what the district would look like in this specific scenario. These scenarios are only preliminary at ...

Lauretti’s budget: Tax hike, schools ‘flat-funded’

For the first time in a decade, Shelton residents can expect a tax increase, according to the mayor’s budget 2019-20 fiscal year proposal released Wednesday. Mayor Mark Lauretti ...

Adoption for Dogs Day at Pet Valu March 23 and 24

Pet Value, 37 Monroe Tpke., in Trumbull, will hold two adoption events this weekend. On Saturday, March 23, Where the Love is Animal Rescue, will be at Pet Valu from ...

Literary competition submission deadline is April 1

The Trumbull Library Board of Trustees is sponsoring the 2019 Trumbull Literary Competition. Submissions are required to be postmarked by Monday, April 1, or submitted online by that same date. ...

Tolls, taxes, jobs: Top concerns at legislative forum

State Sen. Kevin Kelly, left, and state Reps. Ben McGorty, center, and Jason Perillo answer constituent questions during a legislative update session Monday, Feb. 25, at City Hall. — Robert ...

Football: Shelton routs ND-WH

Not even a driving rainstorm could cool off the Shelton High football team’s offense on Friday night when the Gaels traveled to Veteran’s Stadium to face Notre Dame of West Haven. Behind three rushing touchdowns in the first half from senior tailback Jack Carr, fourth-ranked Shelton cruised to a 44-13 ...

Shelton Unified Sports basketball program on rise

  Shelton athletes and partners are Bella Burns, Chase Reed, Corey Cannone, Elena Schrynemakers, Michael Ciambriello, Tamir Shashoua, Sarah Falsetti, Kelly Stanley, Shane Lacobelle, Faith Tremblay, Nick Mocciola, Daniella Turcotte, Joshua Mondi, ...

SHS student pursues professional soccer goal

Shelton High School senior Colman Kim plans to pursue professional soccer after graduation. — Contributed photo Shelton High senior Colman Kim plans to pursue professional soccer after graduation. Kim currently plays center ...

Boys swim: Shelton ties best-ever mark in SCC

Adam Kryzwosz and Carson Rhodes (below) advanced to the SCC finals.Photos: Andy Hutchison / For Hearst Connecticut Media Shelton High had a fine showing in the Southern Connecticut Conference championships at Southern Connecticut State ...
Stone’s Throw restaurant overlooks the Housatonic River in Seymour and specializes in farm-to-table, eclectic American cuisine.

Enjoy waterfront farm-to-table dining a ‘Stone’s Throw’ away

Sponsored Content: After three decades as a chef and owner, Peter Hamme has a clear idea of what he wants a restaurant to represent. “It should be a place where people don’t just go to eat but they go to celebrate,” said Hamme. “And it should also have an impact ...

Do you recognize this local building?

Shelton’s Chromium building in the mid-1930’s.  Do you recognize this local building? This reader submitted photo shows a snapshot of the Chromium Process building on Center St. and the downtown area of Shelton more than 80 years ago. Resident Mary Wysowski-Churma, worked at the Chromium Process in the mid-1930’s after ...

United Illuminating wants to help you save money and energy

Sponsored Content: Keeping your home cool and comfortable during the hottest months in Connecticut can require a closer look at its energy efficiency. United Illuminating is helping Connecticut residents make their homes more comfortable and reduce their energy bills with the Home Energy Solutions program. The program provides approximately $1,000 ...

OPINION

How CT can make health care more affordable

One of the most pressing issues facing Connecticut residents is the high cost of health care. I see it and hear every day from constituents, neighbors and friends who are struggling to ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — New rules for talking

Robert F. Walsh I’m all for free and open communication, and goodness knows we could use more of that in the legislative buildings of Hartford and D.C. these days. However, there’s a ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Calendar Confusion

Robert F. Walsh I’m embarrassed to admit how often I have to think about whether a month has 30 or 31 days. It wasn’t until my freshman accounting class that my professor ...
Huntington Volunteer Fire Company’s Rescue 30 truck.

Shelton Fire Log: Feb. 25-March 17

The Shelton Volunteer Fire Department responded to the following incidents between Feb. 25 and March 10, as submitted by the fire marshal’s office: Monday, Feb. ...

Shelton’s Perry Hill School: Students demonstrate inventive streak

When it comes to inventions, Perry Hill School’s sixth grade enrichment students have proven to be quite creative. More than 50 inventions were judged Friday, ...
The front entrance to Shelton City Hall on Hill Street.

Shelton city meetings: March 21-28

The following meetings are held at City Hall, 54 Hill Street, unless otherwise noted. Thursday, March 21 Purchasing — Bids, 3 p.m., City Hall First ...

Lenten dining delights in Shelton

Emily Denaro/For Hearst Connecticut Media Parishioners young and old served and feasted upon the Lenten dinner hosted by the First United Methodist Church of Shelton ...
Huntington Volunteer Fire Company’s Rescue 30 truck.

Shelton Fire Log: Feb. 25-March 17

The Shelton Volunteer Fire Department responded to the following incidents between Feb. 25 and March 10, as submitted by the fire marshal’s office: Monday, Feb. ...

Shelton’s Perry Hill School: Students demonstrate inventive streak

When it comes to inventions, Perry Hill School’s sixth grade enrichment students have proven to be quite creative. More than 50 inventions were judged Friday, ...
The front entrance to Shelton City Hall on Hill Street.

Shelton city meetings: March 21-28

The following meetings are held at City Hall, 54 Hill Street, unless otherwise noted. Thursday, March 21 Purchasing — Bids, 3 p.m., City Hall First ...

Lenten dining delights in Shelton

Emily Denaro/For Hearst Connecticut Media Parishioners young and old served and feasted upon the Lenten dinner hosted by the First United Methodist Church of Shelton ...

Conscious Cook: Let there be spring

“The beautiful spring came and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” — Harriet Ann Jacobs After a long ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Sharp Hill Cemetery Walk for Kids, March 23, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., The Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Suggested for ages 6-12. ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from ...

Mike Mains’ new album branches out

If you scratch below the surface of catchy pop melodies, Mike Mains & The Branches bares ...

Movie Menu: Home Alone, Hacksaw Ridge, The Martian and more

Movies are a director’s medium. The person behind the camera is the master storyteller, as evidenced ...

Curtain Call: Take your date to ‘First Date’

Seven Angels Theatre, Waterbury: Wondering where to take your date? Surprise her or him and get ...

Mike Mains’ new album branches out

If you scratch below the surface of catchy pop melodies, Mike Mains & The Branches bares ...

This Weekend: Concerts, fairs and more

In Living Color In Living Color runs March 21 through April 14 at the Firehouse Gallery, ...

Mike Mains’ new album branches out

If you scratch below the surface of catchy pop melodies, Mike Mains & The Branches bares ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Sharp Hill Cemetery Walk for Kids, March 23, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., The Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Suggested for ages 6-12. ...

This Weekend: Concerts, fairs and more

In Living Color In Living Color runs March 21 through April 14 at the Firehouse Gallery, ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from Japan, reliable to a fault but less spirited than ...

Conscious Cook: Let there be spring

“The beautiful spring came and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to ...

Movie Menu: Home Alone, Hacksaw Ridge, The Martian and more

Movies are a director’s medium. The person behind the camera is the master storyteller, as evidenced ...

Curtain Call: Take your date to ‘First Date’

Seven Angels Theatre, Waterbury: Wondering where to take your date? Surprise her or him and get ...

Mike Mains’ new album branches out

If you scratch below the surface of catchy pop melodies, Mike Mains & The Branches bares ...

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