Stories By Brian Gioiele

  • Shelton farms back zone change for commercial farm stores Four farms presently qualify under the proposed text change — Stone Gardens Farm, Jones Family Farms, Laurel Glen Farm and the Beardsley farm.
  • Shelton High earns high marks with NEASC accreditation Shelton High School officials were recently informed that the school has earned full accreditation with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
  • ‘We make things happen:’ Milford’s Academy celebrates graduation The Academy, the city’s alternative high school serving grades 9-12, handed diplomas this month to 10 students.
  • ‘We are unstoppable:’ Shelton High Class of 2022 graduates The 289 students walked the stage at Finn Stadium to accept their diplomas, bringing an end to four years of academic and athletic achievements, all in a world that demanded social distancing, remote learning and shutdowns.
  • Trail clearing planned for Shelton’s Paugussett Trail Shelton Trails Committee volunteers will be clearing weeds from the Paugussett Trail that’s near Mayflower Drive.
  • Pride flag raising, food trucks draw crowds to Shelton park The ceremony was part of a day featuring food, live music and vendors at the park — all thanks to Celebrate Shelton’s annual Food Trucks on the River event.
  • ‘Follow your passions:’ Law’s Class of 2022 celebrate graduation The Jonathan Law High School’s seniors received their diplomas Monday as well as a trip down memory lane from speakers who called on the graduates to continue to reach for their dreams.
  • Milford kicks off summer with concerts, fireworks The event starts around 4 p.m. and two live bands will play until midnight.
  • Shelton unified athletes earn hardware at Special Olympics USA SHELTON — The high school’s Unified Sports program has long been recognized as one of the best in the state — now it’s one of the best in the nation. Shelton High’s Unified track and field team competed in the Special Olympics USA games in...
  • Shelton’s ‘Lady Ds’ present scholarships for minority students The Lady Ds raised $1,000 in only a few weeks, which allowed them to present two $500 scholarships.
  • Jacob, Patel lead Shelton High Class of 2022 into next phase Shelton’s top graduates heading to Georgetown, UConn next year.
  • Milford library seeking public input on service, offerings Library Director Christine Angeli said that the pandemic has forced a change to the priorities identified in 2018.
  • Developer eyes 60 apartments at Langanke’s Shelton location The plans call for eight two-bedroom apartments, 35 one bedrooms and 17 studios. There would be 101 parking spaces to serve the four-story structure.
  • Shelton High seniors go back to the beginning Graduating seniors, donning cap and gown, visited the elementary schools they once attended this week.
  • For Shelton sixth grader, racing is in his blood Tyler Miske spent hours watching his father race a 1935 Chevy pickup truck at New York’s Lebanon Valley Speedway. It was in those stands, as a little boy, that a dream was born.
  • Foran grads savor achievements, time together Before entering the next chapter in their lives, Foran High’s graduating seniors spent Friday basking in their academic achievements and the friendships developed over time.
  • Shelton mayor’s annual Flag Day picnic celebrates Old Glory, city’s veterans The American flag took center stage in Shelton June 10 as Mayor Mark Lauretti hosted his annual Flag Day picnic at Veterans Memorial Park.
  • Shelton P&Z approves 92-apartment building on Canal Street The building will have 11,000 square feet of retail or commercial space and 92 apartments, with no less than nine units set aside as affordable.
  • Shelton kicks off summer with concert, fireworks The event begins with the Shelton Parks and Recreation Summer Concert Series, featuring Darik and the Funbags, at 7 p.m.
  • Shelton developer eyes 94 apartments on Todd Road The plans call for a structure with 94 apartments and 150 parking spaces.