Reward set for Seymour bank-job suspect
The FBI is offering a $5,000 reward for information "leading to the location and arrest" of a man suspected of robbing the Webster Bank at 15 New Haven Road in Seymour on April 9. According to the FBI, Hamlett began a one-man crime spree by parking his car in a handicapped space in the bank parking lot.
Coming to Oxford: A supermarket
On the site of a rock quarry along Route 67 in Oxford will spring the largest development that the town has witnessed, and one of the largest that the region has seen, too.
The Hartford Courant
FBI Offering Reward For Suspect In Seymour Bank Robbery
The FBI is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man they believe robbed a bank in Seymour last year.
Digital Game Developer
Device Keeps Cardio Exercisers Entertained - Designed by InventHelp Client
An inventor from Seymour, Conn., always gets bored while running on the cardio machine at the gym, so she designed a way to prevent this from happening.
CT: DOT Reacts to Derby Meeting Criticizing Waterbury Line
State Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redecker said recent criticism of Metro-North's Waterbury branch is a little off-track.
CT: Valley Meeting to Focus on Metro-North's Waterbury Branch
Improving railroad service for Valley commuters and others who use Metro-North's Waterbury branch will be the focus of a public meeting Wednesday.
Spectacular Pics Show Fire Ravaging $5 Million Connecticut Mansion
The home was purchased in 2007 for $5 million. It's currently appraised at $2.95 million.
Fireworks + alcohol = disaster
Bhushan Shah, of Seymour, stops at Patrick Raimo's road side fireworks stand to buy a few things Wednesday, July 2, 2014 near the Tri-Town Plaza in Seymour, Conn.
Serious Accident in Naugatuck Causing Traffic Problems on Route 63
Route 63 in the area of Laurel Avenue in Naugatuck has been closed due to a serious crash involving a motorcycle and a motor vehicle, police said in a press release.
The Hartford Courant
Judge Moves To Protect Woman Who Police Say Was Held Captive By Brother
A probate judge has taken steps to protect the sister of a Seymour man accused of keeping her captive for years inside her filthy bedroom.