The New Zealand Herald
Tracking devices give assisted living a boost
Wi-fi tracking devices are worn by residents, mostly affected by dementia, in an assisted living facility in the US.
Vidal/Wettenstein, a Westport-based commercial real estate firm, has been retained by RVW Limited Partnership to offer for sale/lease the property at 48 Monroe Turnpike in Trumbull.
As manufacturing jobs drop, industrial properties are hard to find
Laura and Dave Marasco, co-owners of West-Conn Tool, pose on the production floor in front of a couple of 5-axis CNC maching centers in their new location in Shelton, Conn.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The pond site where Fairfielder Mercy Disborough was "tested" for...
Christine Jewell, director of education for the Fairfield Museum and History Center, stands in the depression, once a pond, where two local women were tested for witchcraft in 1692.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
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.
Shelton High Journalists Challenge Censorship of School Newspaper
Shelton High School student reporter Caroline Steadham is speaking out on censorship, the CT Post reports.
WOW House: Shelton Custom Built Home
The kitchen has granite counters, the TV room and bedrooms have window seats and the gorgeous master bedroom suite invites you to relax in the whirlpool, steam and sauna room.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Car rolls over, hits pump at Shelton gas station
One person was taken to the hospital after a car rolled over and hit a pump at a Shelton gas station Wednesday night.
Don't leave children in hot cars
If you came out of the supermarket on one of these hot summer days and spotted a child in the back seat of a car parked next to yours with the windows rolled up and no one was at the wheel, what would you do? Would you wait around and see if the child was all right? Or would you mind your own business, leave, and hope the parent, guardian, nanny or ... (more)
Not at this diner, where one of the regulars is lost in a bowl of chocolate ice cream and this week's issue of "The Weekly Standard."
McGorty wins 122nd District seat
Ron Kahn fills out his ballot during a special election at St. Joseph High School, in Trumbull, Conn.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Listeria scare picks fruit off shelves
Colleen Caceres, of Stratford, loads groceries into her car as her children Zoe, 4, and Dante, 1, wait in the cart at the Stop and Shop supermarket off of East main Street in Stratford, Conn.
Remember me? McKinney scrambles to connect with voters
Republican gubernatorial candidate John McKinney talks with Shelton resident Frank Perillo Tuesday, July 22, 2014, at the Plaza Diner in Shelton, Conn.
Special Election Today in Shelton
Shelton registered voters are headed to the polls today to vote to fill the vacancy left by Larry Miller, the state representative in the 122nd District, who passed away May 31. Miller, a Republican, represented the 122nd for more than two decades.
Shelton Resident Accused of Selling Crack Cocaine in Milford
Milford police say Ernest Baldwin, 38, of Coram Avenue in Shelton is accused of selling crack cocaine in the city in October and November.
Shelton Woman Identified in Fatal Motorcycle Accident in New London
Written by Jaimie Cura Police released the identity of the 51-year-old woman who died in a Saturday, July 19 accident, near 951 Bank St. "The woman who lost her life this past weekend, after a motorcycle crash on Bank Street, has been identified as 51-year-old Donna Starzecki of Shelton Connecticut," New London Police stated .
Police Arrest Hotel Robbery Suspects
Police arrested two men Monday who are connected to an armed robbery at a Residence Inn in Shelton at the end of June.
NanoViricides Inc. Celebrated the Grand Opening of Its New R&D and...
NanoViricides, Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its new R&D and cGMP pilot manufacturing facility with Congressman Jim Himes as the Chief Guest yesterday, July 21. In addition, Senator Chris Murphy and Senator Richard Blumenthal sent delegates on their behalf while CT Governor Malloy sent a congratulatory Proclamation and was represented by ... (more)
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Winners named in annual sand sculpting contest
Temperatures were moderate and pleasant Saturday at Walnut Beach, bringing out hundreds of people to create and view this year's entries in the annual Milford Fine Arts Sand Sculpting contest.
The Hartford Courant
Pictures: Exploring Connecticut's Waterfalls
The Hartford Courant With two young family members by her side, Leanna Iamunno walked along Indian Well Road in Shelton on a recent sunny June day in search of one of Connecticut's treasures.