Celebrate Shelton’s ‘Food Trucks On The River’ June 21

Celebrate Shelton will hosting Food Trucks on the River on Friday, June 21, starting at 4 p.m. at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Downtown Shelton. The event will feature more than 20 food trucks, a beer garden with Bad Sons ...

Lincoln Tech: New workforce development labs in place

Mayor Mark Lauretti, far right, joined officials from Lincoln Tech and Johnson Controls Tuesday, June 11, for the ...

Celebrate Shelton’s ‘Food Trucks On The River’ June 21

Celebrate Shelton will hosting Food Trucks on the River on Friday, June 21, starting at 4 p.m. at ...

P&Z seems to favor project’s first phase

A rendering of phase one of the Cedar Village at Carroll's, proposed for the old Carroll's Home Improvement ...

SIS students bring a library to life

From left are John Cummings, Logan Baudo, teacher Rob Swercewski, Nikos Papanikolaou, Will Schiappa, Elijah Nastu, teacher Eric Wolf and Luis Silva at the ribbon cutting Wednesday, June 12, for the new Free Little Library at Shelton Intermediate School. — Brian Gioiele/Hearst Connecticut Media Those taking a stroll in the rear of the intermediate school can now grab a good book as well. Shelton Intermediate School is now home to ...

Softball: Junior Brakettes hosting doubleheaders this weekend

STRATFORD — Coach Mary Sciglimpaglia's Junior Brakettes will be out to improve upon their 8-4 record with doubleheaders Saturday at 2 p.m. against the Ridgefield Rebels 23U and Sunday at 1 p.m. ...

CIAC basketball: Major changes for teams in state tournament

Shelton's boys basketball will compete again in Division III during the 2019-20 season.Photo: David G. Whitham / For Hearst Connecticut Media There will be 24 teams in the ...

CIAC football: No pads? No problem for Shelton

Shelton coach Jeff Roy’s Gaels began limiting tackling time during practices a year ago.Photo: David G. Whitham / For Hearst Connecticut Media Shelton High football coach Jeff Roy ...

CIAC football: Success modifier impacts state playoffs

Shelton remains in Class LL, where the Gaels will compete with three new teams — and lose three contenders — for a return to the state playoffs.Photo: David ...

Shelton resident shines at IHSA championships

Shelton resident Rebecca Dion placed ninth in the country in the team walk trot. The Sacred Heart University Hunt Squad placed 10th in the nation in the Team Hunt Seat Equitation at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) National Championship, which was held in Syracuse, N.Y., on May 1 to 5. This was the first time in program history that the Sacred Heart University Hunt ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Father’s Day

Robert F. Walsh The bathroom door won’t shut again, so I go downstairs to grab my tools. My ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Peeing in the shower

Robert F. Walsh Sometimes, even our closest friends can do heinous things. A few years ago, an old ...

SIS students bring a library to life

From left are John Cummings, Logan Baudo, teacher Rob Swercewski, Nikos Papanikolaou, Will Schiappa, Elijah Nastu, teacher Eric Wolf and Luis Silva at the ribbon cutting Wednesday, June ...

Shelton DTC: Lally honored for service to city

Longtime Shelton resident Robert Lally was recognized for his years of service to the community earlier this month. Robert Lally celebrates with his granddaughter, Morgan Albert, after being ...

Lincoln Tech: New workforce development labs in place

Mayor Mark Lauretti, far right, joined officials from Lincoln Tech and Johnson Controls Tuesday, June 11, for the unveiling of the latest laboratory classroom at the Lincoln Tech Shelton campus. ...

Celebrate Shelton’s ‘Food Trucks On The River’ June 21

Celebrate Shelton will hosting Food Trucks on the River on Friday, June 21, starting at 4 p.m. at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Downtown Shelton. The event will feature more than ...

P&Z seems to favor project’s first phase

A rendering of phase one of the Cedar Village at Carroll's, proposed for the old Carroll's Home Improvement location. Development of the old Carroll’s Home Improvement site, with frontage along ...

Shelton resident shines at IHSA championships

Shelton resident Rebecca Dion placed ninth in the country in the team walk trot. The Sacred Heart University Hunt Squad placed 10th in the nation in the Team Hunt Seat Equitation at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) National Championship, which was held in Syracuse, N.Y., on May 1 to 5. This was the first time in program history ...

Softball: Junior Brakettes hosting doubleheaders this weekend

STRATFORD — Coach Mary Sciglimpaglia's Junior Brakettes will be out to improve upon their 8-4 record with doubleheaders Saturday at 2 p.m. against the Ridgefield Rebels 23U and Sunday at 1 p.m. against XTreme Chaos Gold at Frank ...

CIAC basketball: Major changes for teams in state tournament

Shelton's boys basketball will compete again in Division III during the 2019-20 season.Photo: David G. Whitham / For Hearst Connecticut Media There will be 24 teams in the CIAC Division I boys’ basketball ...

CIAC football: No pads? No problem for Shelton

Shelton coach Jeff Roy’s Gaels began limiting tackling time during practices a year ago.Photo: David G. Whitham / For Hearst Connecticut Media Shelton High football coach Jeff Roy was ahead of the ...
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 ...

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Walsh’s Wonderings — Peeing in the shower

Robert F. Walsh Sometimes, even our closest friends can do heinous things. A few years ago, an old school pal came to stay with us for a few days. In casual conversation ...

Letter: Competitive casino bidding process vital for Bridgeport, Connecticut

To the Editor: In 1991, when casino gambling came to Connecticut and Bridgeport was in contention, I did not support the idea. At the time, I thought more could be done with ...

Letter to the Editor: If you care about Huntington, take notice

To the Editor: In 2018, Huntington Congregational Church and John Guedes wanted to put a PDD (Planned Development District) on Ripton Road. They wanted to erect more than 20 three-bedroom homes on ...

Seymour man takes plea deal in Shelton, Oxford stickups

A Seymour man will be sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday, June 11, to robbing a Shelton bank and an Oxford ...

Shelton Intermediate lists students of the year

Shelton Intermediate School has announced its Students of the Year for the 2018-19 academic year. Team Ambition: Brianna Angiolillo, Jason Pastiva Team Determination: Albana Hima, ...

Shelton city meetings schedule: June 20-27

The following meetings are held at City Hall, 54 Hill Street, unless otherwise noted. Thursday, June 20 Parks & Recreation Commission, 7:30 p.m., Community Center, ...

Ekeberg hits the road to tout church benefits

Joseph Ekeberg is serving as interim pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church and is planning a unique way to meet the city's residents. — Brian Gioiele/Hearst ...

Seymour man takes plea deal in Shelton, Oxford stickups

A Seymour man will be sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday, June 11, to robbing a Shelton bank and an Oxford ...

Shelton Intermediate lists students of the year

Shelton Intermediate School has announced its Students of the Year for the 2018-19 academic year. Team Ambition: Brianna Angiolillo, Jason Pastiva Team Determination: Albana Hima, ...

Shelton city meetings schedule: June 20-27

The following meetings are held at City Hall, 54 Hill Street, unless otherwise noted. Thursday, June 20 Parks & Recreation Commission, 7:30 p.m., Community Center, ...

Ekeberg hits the road to tout church benefits

Joseph Ekeberg is serving as interim pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church and is planning a unique way to meet the city's residents. — Brian Gioiele/Hearst ...

Conscious Cook: How sweet the season

“Strawberries always fill my heart with joy.”— Anthony T. Hincks The delicious days of June have arrived! Exquisitely ripe and fragrant strawberries are now in ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Milkshake, June 26, 7 p.m., Levitt Pavilion 40 Jesup Rd., Westport. Free. Info: levittpavilion.com. Dan & Claudia Zanes — Melissa & Doug Children’s ...

Drive: 2019 Maserati Quattroporte is more than a luxury car

There was a time, not so many years ago, when American drivers seemed ready to turn ...

Todd Rundgren combines music and life stories

Tales of Todd Rundgren’s life aren’t hard to come by — the musician has been the ...

Binge and Repeat: ‘Good Omens’ is absurdly divine

Armageddon is coming and the only force that can prevent the end of the world is ...

On Exhibit: Galleries, museums and more

ART CENTERS The Carriage Barn Arts Center, 681 South Ave., New Canaan. Info: Carriagebarn.org. Silvermine Galleries, ...

WCSU honored for production of ‘Uncle Vanya’

The Western Connecticut State University Department of Theatre Arts participated in the Region One Kennedy Center ...

Lively Arts: Benefits, tango, screenings and more

After Dark Revolutionary CT Beer and Cider Tasting, June 20, 7 p.m., Norwalk Historical Society’s Mill ...

WCSU honored for production of ‘Uncle Vanya’

The Western Connecticut State University Department of Theatre Arts participated in the Region One Kennedy Center ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Milkshake, June 26, 7 p.m., Levitt Pavilion 40 Jesup Rd., Westport. Free. Info: levittpavilion.com. Dan & Claudia Zanes — Melissa & Doug Children’s ...

Lively Arts: Benefits, tango, screenings and more

After Dark Revolutionary CT Beer and Cider Tasting, June 20, 7 p.m., Norwalk Historical Society’s Mill ...

Drive: 2019 Maserati Quattroporte is more than a luxury car

There was a time, not so many years ago, when American drivers seemed ready to turn their backs on the storied Italian auto industry. The ...

Conscious Cook: How sweet the season

“Strawberries always fill my heart with joy.”— Anthony T. Hincks The delicious days of June have ...

Binge and Repeat: ‘Good Omens’ is absurdly divine

Armageddon is coming and the only force that can prevent the end of the world is ...

On Exhibit: Galleries, museums and more

ART CENTERS The Carriage Barn Arts Center, 681 South Ave., New Canaan. Info: Carriagebarn.org. Silvermine Galleries, ...

Todd Rundgren combines music and life stories

Tales of Todd Rundgren’s life aren’t hard to come by — the musician has been the ...