By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> Mayor David Cassetti made a promise to residents upon taking
the oath of office last year to make Ansonia a better, safer, cleaner and more
affordable place to live, do business and be proud of.
During his first State of the City address, which drew about 200 people to
Ansonia High School, Cassetti Thursday said thanks to his team of dedicated
employees, volunteers and others, that promise is becoming reality.
Read more here.
DERBY - Griffin Hospital offers free education, advice and support to help individuals prepare to quit smoking with its four-week smoking ...
Alycia Filippone and Sal Aconfora prepare meatballs for the festival ANSONIA- Holy Rosary parish will sponsor its 50 th annua...
Samuel Rodrigue, center, with his parents Glen and Melissa SEYMOUR - Seymour 5th grader Samuel Rodrigue was recently recognized as one...
HARTFORD - House Republican Leader Themis Klarides and her sister State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria are continuing to fight to pass leg...