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NEW FAIRFIELD-The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation will kick off its toy drive for those affected by Hurricane Harvey at the annual holiday parade... [Read More]
Route 7 is closed near the intersection with Route 37 after a dump truck rolled over, police said. According to authorities, the dump truck... [Read More]
As the downtown toy store becomes a nostalgic relic of the past, the historic district here is host to three. All within one block of... [Read More]
On Oct. 13, 14, 20 and 21, Harrybrooke Park in New Milford held its fourth annual "Haunted Trail" community fundraising event. It was proud to... [Read More]
The New Milford High School Marching is recording a Christmas segment this weekend that will be broadcast nationally in the coming weeks. The band... [Read More]
The school board is considering what, if any, renovations should be made to the building that houses central offices to make the building more accessible.... [Read More]
Scores of boxes lined long tables Wednesday evening at St. John's Episcopal Church, ready to be loaded with food and delivered to nearly 90 families... [Read More]
After spending five straight years on one side of the lake, the Candlewood Cup moved across to the other side Tuesday night. The New... [Read More]
TUESDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS REGIONAL New Milford 37, New Fairfield 0 STATE Bloomfield 33,... [Read More]
Students at Schaghticoke Middle School recently raised $1,300 for animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey with a reading challenge. Through the challenge, sponsors pledged... [Read More]
This season has been full of ups and downs for both the New Milford and the New Fairfield high school football teams - and unfortunately... [Read More]
Outgoing Mayor David Gronbach is not shying away from controversy as his term ends, submitting a list of 107 appointees to vacant positions on 31... [Read More]
An agreement about a new three-year contract was recently reached between the New Milford Board of Education and the New Milford Education Association. ... [Read More]
Several years ago a young veteran joined Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1672. The young man was friendly and talkative, married with children. Post... [Read More]
Several area schools were recognized this week as exemplary sportsmanship programs by of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference. Brookfield High School, New Milford High... [Read More]
Gobbling, clucking, foraging in open fields and woods, stopping traffic when flocks tread carefully across the asphalt, wild turkeys are unmistakable and wonderful. It's... [Read More]
Stunning" is how one visitor described the Kent Art Association's 2nd Annual Photography Show that opened on Saturday, Nov. 11 at the association's Gallery in... [Read More]
The Kent Memorial Library is pleased to announce that area artist and acupuncturist, Jessica Ifshin has her artwork displayed in the library's gallery through Dec.... [Read More]
A discussion on suicide prevention and the opioids crisis will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Veterans of Foreign... [Read More]
Options for a 'green' burial The oped essay on green cemeteries ("Connecticut needs a green cemetery," Connecticut Post, Nov. 15) is most important.... [Read More]
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