Opinion: Connecticut Has a Problem with Crime

Posted on November 23, 2021


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By all indications the rising tide of crime in Connecticut shows no sign of receding any time soon.

The numbers we’re getting from law enforcement on the ground in our own town are astounding: more cars were stolen in Shelton during a three-month period this year than in all of 2019.

The statewide picture of this trend is equally disturbing.

Crime victims across Connecticut have already made more requests from the victims’ compensation fund than in any previous year on record. The fund pays out expenses

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SHELTON SENIOR HEALTH FAIR HOSTED BY STATE LAWMAKERS BRINGS VACCINES, HEALTH SCREENINGS & RESOURCES TO LOCAL SENIORS

Posted on October 27, 2021


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State Senator Kevin Kelly and Representatives Ben McGorty and Jason Perillo in partnership with the Shelton Senior Center hosted their annual Shelton Senior Health Fair on Monday, October 25, 2021.

The event connected seniors with resources and information on issues such as mental health care, identity theft resources, veterans’ services, probate estates, substance abuse services, and local transportation services. On-site flu vaccinations and COVID-19 vaccinations were available, as well as vision

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Save The Date: Annual Shelton Senior Health Fair

Posted on October 6, 2021


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Please save the date to join us at the Annual Shelton Senior Health Fair on Monday, October 25th from 9:00 A.M. to noon at the Shelton Senior Center located at 81 Wheeler Street. This has always been a great event in the past and I look forward to seeing everyone.

More details will be forthcoming in the days ahead and I will be sure to update you.