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  • Class president plans 40th reunion

    James Orazietti, president of the Shelton High School Class of 1974, has been on several commissions and municipal boards and is a long-term resident of the town. His next move will be to organize a landmark reunion taking place next month.

  • Food truck event wheels in four-figure sum

    At the Shelton Riverwalk on September 18, $5,000 was raised by the Food Trucks in the Valley.

  • Dancer and teacher reunite after 50 years

    Half a century ago, Zita Carrano gave her dance students a taste of professional dancing when she took them on a field trip to Manhattan. This month, she was able to reunite with a student who was on that trip and made it big - Bonnie Marie.

  • Shelton students win essay contest

    Teachers have selected nine students in Shelton schools as winners of an essay contest about female historical figures in Connecticut.

  • Stone Gardens wins Young Farmer Award

    The winner of Connecticut's Outstanding Young Farmer Award for 2014 went to Stone Gardens Farm's Stacia Monahan of Shelton.

  • Shelton lacrosse players in Fairfield setback

    On Wednesday, April 16, at University Field, Fairfield Prep School Jesuits lacrosse players showed promise of chemistry during their game against our own Shelton Gaels, with a final score of 18-6 in their favour. This brought the Jesuits to 2-1 for the season, and the Gaels slipped to 1-2.

  • Shelton Vikings cheered to victory

    Mark Lauretti, mayor of Shelton, recognized the Division 10 Shelton Vikings cheering squad on March 24.

  • SCC responds to Wells project

    The building project on the Wells family land has caught the attention of the Shelton Conservation Commission (SCC), which recently penned a letter outlining some points.

  • Flying start from Shelton stopped in its tracks

    The Notre Dame-West Haven Green Knights defeated the Shelton High Gaels in the boys basketball game on January 23, by a score of 78-47. It came as something of a surprise after Shelton High had started the season with the best record it has had since 2009.

  • Plans afoot for new residential area

    Hawks Ridge of Shelton LLC has made plans to build a residential area between the roads of Beard Sawmill, Bridgeport Avenue, and Long Hill Cross. It is now an industrial zoned property of the Wells family estate and is adjacent to their farm.