Monday Aug 18
Conn. city pays for EMS after 7 years of delinquency
That's exactly what Derby has done, paying Valley Emergency Medical Services for the first time in seven year for its paramedic services.
Woman charged with DUI after striking motorcyclist
Milford police arrested a Seymour woman on Sunday, Aug. 10 for DUI after she crossed the centerline of the road at the intersection of Anderson Avenue and Chaucer Court, striking a motorcycle head on and injuring the rider.
Naugatuck Daily News
Letter: Waterbury line is worth the trouble
The Waterbury line of the Metro-North Railroad needs some serious attention if we're serious about reducing traffic congestion here in southern Connecticut.
The Hartford Courant
Despite GPS Monitoring, Violent Felon Vanishes
As the clock ticked away toward adjournment in Superior Court Wednesday, prosecutors faced the troubling realization that Dardian Celaj would - again - be a no-show.
Mansion Fire Sparks Water Access Concerns
After firefighters had to travel far to find enough water to fight a Breakneck Road blaze that destroyed a Middlebury mansion about a month ago, questions have arisen about water access in town to fight future fires.
Derby man makes junk his
As junk hauling has become a billion dollar business in the U.S., popularized by hit television shows like History Channel's "American Pickers," more and more people are looking through trash for treasure.
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The State Bond Commission on Friday approved tens of millions of dollars for business expansions in Stamford and Shelton and new housing units in Westport, Greenwich and Seymour.