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  • Shelton High celebrates latest batch of graduates

    Last month, nearly 370 students from Shelton High School filled Finn Stadium to officially graduate from high school.

  • Gaels secure the SCC title

    The Murray Gymnasium held the Southern Connecticut Conference Championships on May 29th where the Shelton volleyball team, the Gaels, triumphantly took home the title with a score of 25-18 against the Xavier Falcons.

  • Developer reveals River Breeze plans

    The details for the 223 Canal Street apartment building project, which replaced the previous plan to renovate the old buildings, have been disclosed.

  • Local school sets funds aside for sprinkler

    Shelton High School needs several upgrades to comply with the fire code, but it will soon have a sprinkler system to go towards this aim.

  • Shelton facility to help share stories

    Shelton will soon have a grief center that offers support and education in a comfortable setting.

  • Continuing surplus confirmed for Shelton

    Shelton came out of the last fiscal year with a surplus, albeit a smaller one than the year before at $2.7m.

  • Shelton schools to see solar panel installations

    Plans have been announced to place solar panels on four school roofs in Shelton as early as next year. The savings in electricity over two decades is expected to be almost $1.5m.

  • Shelton organization to start New Year with accolade

    Echo Hose Hook and Ladder in Shelton will receive the Spirit of the Red Cross Award at the American Red Cross Community Heroes Breakfast next month.

  • Gaels impress in LL tournament

    The Shelton High girls soccer team are making up for a bad season last year with double digit wins and a push for the playoffs. However, one goal gave Cheshire the win in the recent semifinals.

  • 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.