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Maroney reaffirms support for increase in nursing home staffing

State Senator James Maroney (D-Milford) released the following statement supporting nurses and all other nursing home employees who announced they will be going on strike on May 1 if their demands for better salaries and nursing home staffing level increases are not included in the state’s budget.


5th Annual Milford Moves 5K Run/Walk June 16th

Lisman Landing in Milford, CT. 100% of proceeds raised from this event will be donated to Milford’s Veterans groups. We are also pleased to announce that Colony Grill of Milford will again be our event co-sponsor, hosting the post-race gathering and providing free pizza for all participants and a be


Road Closures Announced In Stratford

STRATFORD, CT — Mayor Laura Hoydick is advising motorists of partial or full road closures that will be in effect for several days. Orange Street and Garibaldi Avenue will have permitted excavation that will require partial or full road closure planned between April 22 and April 26 for gas main inst


Milford's Jaret Petrie Presents Work at Learning Symposium

NEWTON, MA -- Jaret Petrie, a Criminal Justice student from Milford CT, presented work at the Lasell College Fall Connected Learning Symposium on December 4. Petrie presented along with their classmates a social justice project, "The Race Card Project (TRCP)." The national TRCP was started by Michel


Bridgeport News: Store Robbed

2019-04-22 @ 6:30pm–#Bridgeport CT– Mombo #3 Grocery Store at 727 Noble Avenue was just robbed. The suspect fled on foot toward Ogden Street.


Board member, wife make $1.5 million gift to Shubert Theatre

NEW HAVEN — This week’s 2019-20 season announcement at the Shubert Theatre contained one big non-programming surprise — the gift by one of its board members and his wife of $1.5 million to help support the historic theater.


Shelton News: Gas Station Robbed

2019-04-22 @ 9:27pm–#Shelton CT– The Valero Gas station at 276 Howe Avenue was just robbed according to radio reports. Police are arriving on scene now.


Milford Historical Society offers docent training

If you have a love of Milford history and want to learn more, there is an opportunity to become a docent and guide visitors through the colonial houses at the Milford Historical Society.


Man, 75, Missing From New Haven

NEW HAVEN, CT — Police have issued a Silver Alert for missing man Jose Torres, 75. Police describe him as a white male with grey hair, a salt and pepper mustache and brown eyes. He is 5'1'' and weighs 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, grey sweatpants and grey New Balance sneakers.


Milford hosts Memorial Day events

The City of Milford will host its annual Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 26, at 2 p.m., at the Milford Green. All units and marchers are asked to assemble at the Daniel Wasson Field parking lot at 1 p.m.


Today's Dish: Happy Birthday, Prince Louis!

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared three new photos of their son Prince Louis in honor of his first birthday. The Avengers assembled for their last red carpet for 'Avengers: Endgame' premiere on Monday night in Hollywood.


DOT Cracking Down On Illegal Parking At West Haven Train Station

WEST HAVEN, CT — The Connecticut Department of Transportation has announced a new parking enforcement initiative at the West Haven Train Station. Beginning this week, drivers parked in the 660-space lot will receive notification of the "new, pending enforcement activity via a windshield flyer and va


Bridgeport pols pass drug test challenge

BRIDGEPORT — A pair of Bridgeport politicians just held a modern twist on the classic political duel. No bullets were fired. Instead, pistols at dawn were replaced with plastic cups at, well, whenever Mother Nature called...


New Haven’s Tramaine Williams and Pepe’s? That’s apizza!

NEW HAVEN — Featherweight boxer Tramaine Williams, a New Haven native, acted as host recently for youth from Connecting Through Literacy: Incarcerated Parents, Their Children, and Caregivers at Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven for a pizza making community event, organizers said.


Ribbon cutting celebrates ‘Next Generation’ center opening

Griffin Faculty Physicians recently opened its new Family Health Center at 110 Commerce Drive in Shelton — ushering in the next generation of primary care, according to center representatives.


Choir takes the stage at Lincoln Center

The students of Trumbull High’s renowned concert choir graced the stage of Lincoln Center in New York City. For the students, the opportunity to perform on one at the world’s most prestigious venues was a highlight of the school year.