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After suffering a 4-1 loss to Woodland on Tuesday, the Oxford boys' soccer team bounced back and picked up its second victory of the season,... [Read More]
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The Southbury Garden Club presented the 2017 Certificates of Appreciation to three local businesses in recognition of their exceptional plantings and landscaping. [Read More]
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JASON MATULA has joined The Watermark at East Hill as dining services director for the continuing care retirement community in Southbury. A Watertown resident, Mr.... [Read More]
Minor Memorial Library will be decorated for Halloween and will host the family program Halloween Mad Scientists Club and Storywalk at 5:30 p.m. Monday, October... [Read More]
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Woodbury's North Congregational Church is completing a year-long steeple repair project. The steeple will be raised back up in December, however, the public is invited... [Read More]
To the Editor:... [Read More]
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Barbara Jean Szabo, 65, of Southbury, died Tuesday, October 10, 2017, at Regional Hospice Center in Danbury, holding the hand of her husband of 43... [Read More]
After a hiatus last year, the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden's annual "Strut Your Mutt" dog show returned on Saturday, September 23. From a Saint Dane... [Read More]
A near-record crowd of close to 5,000 people came together on Saturday, September 23, for the annual Southbury Celebration, put on by the town and... [Read More]
Absentee ballots are available at the town clerk's office for the November 7 municipal election. [Read More]
The Ion Bank Foundation has awarded a $7,500 grant to the United Way of Greater Waterbury to provide its Bridge to Success program to 1,880... [Read More]
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The Hidden Acorn, 385 Washington Rd. or Rt. 47, is a family-run business where home owners can find and fall in love with furniture and... [Read More]
Ruth Jaffe will lead a conversational Spanish group entitled "Se Habla Español?" a four-part series that begins at 2 p.m. on Mondays starting October 30... [Read More]
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The Parks and Recreation Department will offer basketball leagues, camping, tennis, and gardening lessons. [Read More]
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The Board of Finance, meeting Wednesday, October 11, revisited the topic of the state budget and its potential impact on Middlebury. [Read More]
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William F.L. Rodgers won the Republican primary on September 12 to become the party's official candidate for the office of first selectman. [Read More]
Steaming ahead with its agenda, the Strategic Planning Task Force met on Thursday, October 12 in Room 205 and conducted a review of the work... [Read More]
The Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission, meeting Thursday, October 12, discussed the status of design submissions. [Read More]
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The Zoning Commission voted on Wednesday, October 11, to approve an application that ends the era of department store shopping in Southbury as the Kmart... [Read More]
Needless to say the Clemson offense left much to be desired in Friday night's 27-24 loss to Syracuse. [Read More]
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