With Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce President Bill Purcell, center, at the Economic Outlook Breakfast are Steve Cortel, left, and John Giovonnone, both from Whiting-Turner, a commercial construction management firm with an office in Shelton.

Economic optimism on display at Valley Chamber event

- Connecticut is an expensive place to live and to run a business, and is…


Hersam Acorn live video debuts with hockey semis

After more than a year in online radio, Hersam Acorn, the Shelton Herald’s parent company,…

The main entrance to the Riverdale Diner on River Road (Route 110) in Shelton.

Does Shelton diner have enough parking for a banquet hall?

Zoning staff will work with the owner of Shelton’s Riverdale Diner on how to prevent…

Aponte said her salon specializes in offering safer, non-toxic alternatives in hair color and care, working with eco-friendly companies. It also offers natural decorative cosmetics and nail products, and recycles all plastics, cardboard and color bottles used in the establishment.

Shelton woman marks 25 years running salon business

- A Shelton resident is marking her 25th year anniversary in business. Nancy Aponte is…

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