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Shelton was home to one of the largest arson fires in U.S. history. In 1975, the Sponge Rubber Products plant (formerly owned by B.F. Goodrich) was set on fire. Charles Moeller, president of the parent company, was acquitted on arson charges, but in a civil lawsuit, a jury in 1988 ruled the insurer did not have to pay claims on the fire. Eight others were convicted or pleaded guilty.

Population: 39559
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
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Local Colleges: Southern Connecticut State University

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Towns/Cities near shelton, connecticut : Derby Ansonia Seymour Milford Huntington Monroe

Shelton News
Chemical spill clean-up in Shelton ongoing

A section of Poplar Drive in Shelton is closed to traffic after a car striking a utility pole on November 5 caused PCB chemicals to be spilled on the roadway. A section of Poplar Drive in Shelton is closed to traffic after a car striking a utility pole on November 5 caused PCB chemicals to be spilled on the roadway.

Chemical spill cleanup in Shelton continues, road remains closed

A section of Poplar Drive in Shelton is closed to traffic after a car striking a utility pole on November 5 caused PCB chemicals to be spilled on the roadway. A section of Poplar Drive in Shelton is closed to traffic after a car striking a utility pole on November 5 caused PCB chemicals to be spilled on the roadway.

Save Our Shelton's voice heard in Nov 7 election

Mark Widomski elected Nov. 7 to the Shelton Planning and Zoning commission makes a point during a fall meeting of Save Our Shelton Mark Widomski elected Nov. 7 to the Shelton Planning and Zoning commission makes a point during a fall meeting of Save Our Shelton Greg Tetro, of Save Our Shelton, center, and fellow members Adrienne Couture, left, and Peter Squitieri, pose along a colonial rock wall during a tour of the woods at the end of Mill Street where Shelter Ridge is planned.\ less Greg Tetro, of Save Our Shelton, center, and fellow members Adrienne Couture, left, and Peter Squitieri, pose along a colonial rock wall during a tour of the woods at the end of Mill Street where Shelter Ridge ... more Greg Tetro and Caitlin Augusta leaders of Save Our Shelton discuss their groupA's plans to fight Towne Center at Shelter Ridge and other planned development districts encroaching on ... (more)

Barra Italian Street Kitchen opens in Shelton

The restaurant, which is open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., cited Neapolitan influences for what it defined as its "upscale-casual" style and culinary substance. The restaurant, which is open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., cited Neapolitan influences for what it defined as its "upscale-casual" style and asta Giardino, which means "pasta garden," is a family friendly venue.

Man Struck And Killed By Metro-North Train

A man was struck and killed by a westbound Metro-North train as it pulled into the station in Milford late Tuesday night. A Metro-North spokeswoman said the incident occurred at 11:54 p.m. Tuesday.

Norwalk Transitions: Grist Mill Village

A boom lift operator moves wood beams at the Grist Mill Village under construction on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, on Glover Avenue in Norwalk, Conn., with the Merritt 7 Corporate Park in the background. The Stamford-based developer Building & Land Technology plans to create just over 700 apartments at the site, which previously was used as the headquarters of U.S. Surgical.

Announcing the Release of Until Your Prodigal Comes Home: Encouragement Along the Way

By Irene Bennett, Co-Founder of SBM Worldwide, Inc. and TheParentsGroup.com Published by WestBow Press, a Division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Contact: Irene Bennett, President, TheParentsGroup.com , A Ministry of www.SBMWorldwide.com , 800-832-3623, Irene@sbministries.org HUNTINGTON, Conn., Nov. 14, 2017 / Christian Newswire / -- Irene Bennett and her husband, Stephen, a former homosexual man, co-founded SBM Worldwide, Inc. in 2000 and TheParentsGroup.com in 2007. Together, they offer hope and help to men and women who struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction, the offer both one-on-one and group support, biblical resources, encouragement, and hope for parents, spouses, and family members with LGBT loved ones.

New Italian Kitchen & Tapas Bar Opens In Shelton

The new tapas bar, with an emphasis on street food , is meant to be a casual and affordable eatery where folks can dig into Italian tapas, brick oven pizza, wine, craft beer, gelato and more. Set amidst a sophisticated backdrop, the restaurant offers a whimsical and creative menu.

In Pictures: Harvest Fair held in Westport

Aidan O'Connell, 9, of Westport, enjoys a grilled cheese sandwich at the annual Harvest Fair at St. Luke Parish, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, in Westport, Conn. Aidan O'Connell, 9, of Westport, enjoys a grilled cheese sandwich at the annual Harvest Fair at St. Luke Parish, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, in Westport, Conn.

Human and animal caregivers from Griffin honored

Mandy and owner David Nardone, of New Haven, recently received the Spirit of Planetree Animal Therapy Team Award for their volunteer work at Griffin Hospital. Photo courtesy of Griffin Hospital.

Zoo names winners of Scarecrows on Parade

The Bee Hive, created by Orange Community Nursery School in Orange, won best animal scarecrow at the Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo's annual Scarecrows on Parade contest. Photo courtesy of Connecticut Beardsley Zoo.

Stratford woman charged with DUI after wrong-way crash

A Stratford woman has been arrested and charged with DUI after a wrong-way crash on Route 8 in Derby on Friday night. Police said 40-year-old Jessica Carrafiello was driving the wrong way on Route 8 when she hit another vehicle in a head-on collision.

Lauretti and Boughton hedging their bets in governor's race

A burgeoning rivalry among three Republicans with gubernatorial ambitions - Tim Herbst, Mark Boughton and Mark Lauretti - is turning into a game of chicken. Lauretti and Boughton were easily re-elected as the mayors of Shelton and Danbury in Tuesday's municipal elections, setting up a potential scenario where they won't serve out their terms should they be elected governor in 2018.

Shelton police search for Jeep that evaded accident

Police are searching for an early-2000 model Jeep Liberty that they believe is responsible for evading the scene of an accident in the city. On Nov. 5 around 6 a.m., officers responded to the area of Poplar Drive and Suren Lane for a report of a motor vehicle that fled the scene of an accident.

Shelton Veteran, 92, Takes Flight Over Candlewood Lake

Paul Hurd Nick, Pilot at Centennial Helicopters, Kelly Coppola, Activities Director at Crosby Commons, Cristina Sinanian, daughter of Paul, and Lori Pisani, Executive Director of Crosby Commons. SHELTON, Conn.

Connecticut invention enters Toy Hall of Fame

This photo shows the three toys inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame Class of 2017, from top left, the Wiffle Ball, the paper airplane and the board game Clue. The Wiffle Ball was invented in Shelton, Conn., in 1953.

Controversial burlesque club proposal for Shelton shut down

Richard Schultz, the city's Planning and Zoning administrator informed Randi England, of Hush It Up, LLC by letter that her hopes o operate Hush on 303 Bridgeport Avenue, that her proposed plan was rejected because it does not comply with the city's zoning regulations involving adult entertainment. Attempts to contact England Wednesday were unsuccessful.

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