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Ansonia

A collection of news and information related to Ansonia, Connecticut published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • 'Super 100' All-Star Rosters

    NUTMEG ALL-STAR ROSTER (Number, name, position, school) 1 Rafael Dominguez, RB, Sheehan-Wallingford 2 Duane Gary, CB, West Haven 3 Darren Jackson, CB, St. Joseph-Trumbull 4 Deion Lespier, CB, Platt-Meriden 5 Logan Marchi, QB, St. Paul-Bristol 6...
  • Evaluating Talent: Diaco Brings Different Process To UConn

    Evaluating Talent: Diaco Brings Different Process To UConn
    Coach Bob Diaco can't comment on UConn's 11 commitments for 2015, so he could offer no historical perspective. But the first-year coach might have made history with that number, believed to be among the highest the program has received before July 1...
  • UCF football opponent analysis: UConn

    UCF football opponent analysis: UConn
    Football season is right around the corner. With that in mind, the Orlando Sentinel got together with beat writers from various media outlets around the country to get the scoop on all the Knights' opponents this season. We will showcase a daily Q&A...
  • $50,000 Reward Offered For Information In Shelton Teen's Homicide

    $50,000 Reward Offered For Information In Shelton Teen's Homicide
    SHELTON — A $50,000 reward has been offered for information on the March shooting death of a 15-year-old boy, according to the state's attorney's office. The reward is the maximum allowed under state law and will be awarded if the information...
  • Gertrude Noone: Once The World's Oldest Living Military Veteran

    Gertrude Noone: Once The World's Oldest Living Military Veteran
    Gertrude Noone was the world's oldest living military veteran when she died in 2009 at age 110 in Milford. But it's not how long she lived, but how she lived that makes her memorable. Noone, by all accounts, marched to the beat of a different drummer...
  • Adolescente se declara no culpable por apuñalamiento de compañera de Milford; Abogados consideran defensa por locura

    Adolescente se declara no culpable por apuñalamiento de compañera de Milford; Abogados consideran defensa por locura
    Los abogados de Christopher Plaskon, el adolescente de la Escuela Superior Jonathan Law acusado de apuñalar mortalmente a su compañera Maren Sánchez, sentaron las bases el miércoles para una posible defensa por enajenación,para el joven de 17 años de...
  • UConn Has Options To Fill TB Void Left By McCombs' Exit

    UConn Has Options To Fill TB Void Left By McCombs' Exit
    Offensive coordinator Mike Cummings probably didn't see the dismissal of senior Lyle McCombs coming in the spring, but what he said now pertains to UConn's running back situation. When assistants were made available before the spring game, Cummings...
  • Fuertes lluvias traen inundaciones en algunos lugares

    La lluvia que comenzó temprano el miércoles continuó toda la noche y está causando inundaciones en algunas áreas. Un policía estatal de pie al lado de una rampa inundada desde la I-91 Sur hasta  la I-95 Sur resultó herido el jueves temprano cuando su...
  • Modernize Towns' Legal Notice Postings

    In 2014, Connecticut's towns are still forced to pay to post legal notices — such as tax foreclosures, coastal site plans, lists of taxable personal properties, even budgets — in obscure pages of printed newspapers; posting them online doesn't...
  • Boxers In Connecticut Hall of Fame

    Boxers with state ties in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. 2013 ISRAEL "PITO" CARDONA: Cardona, a Hartford native, turned to pro boxing at the age of 18, winning his pro debut in 1993. He won the International Boxing Organization super...
  • Football Death Of Gardner Dow Silenced UConn Campus In 1919

    Football Death Of Gardner Dow Silenced UConn Campus In 1919
    World War I ended in late 1918 and Gardner Dow, having survived his Naval service, was settled into life as a junior at the Connecticut Agricultural College in mid-1919. In May of that year, a Courant story appeared under the following headlines....