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The May 15 macroburst may have been months ago, but residents affected by the storm are still working toward recovery and thanking those who helped... [Read More]
Even before he saw the finished product, 90-year-old veteran Chuck Finnegan had one word to describe the experience of having dozens of volunteers spend the... [Read More]
School officials hope a self-study of special education programs will begin to address a recent outcry from families, but some parents worry it won't be... [Read More]
Most people in town probably already know the story of the white Colonial known as Cogswell Tavern, where George Washington once ate breakfast nearly three... [Read More]
The Board of Education will search for a new member in the coming weeks to fill a vacancy left by Doug DeRito, who resigned earlier... [Read More]
Nearly a dozen residents offered their thoughts this week on an affordable housing development proposed for Danbury Road, but the rest will need to wait... [Read More]
Affordable-housing developers and experts shared the details of a proposed affordable-housing development on Danbury Road with the Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday during the... [Read More]
NEW MILFORD -The Weatinoge Heritage Land Trust's annual Fall Celebration has grown each year it's been held, organizers said, and Saturday was no different. ... [Read More]
When 78-year-old Sandra Jellinghaus first discovered that her left carotid artery was 80 percent blocked, she worried she might be in for an "ordeal" of... [Read More]
The Brookfield Police Dive Team recovered lost property during a training last week in Candlewood Lake. The dive team found three Apple watches in... [Read More]
The Arts and Crafts main house may have its own sauna, golf simulator, wine cellar and elevators, but the more luxurious lifestyle on Double H... [Read More]
Residents can enjoy a long list of attractions throughout town on Saturday as part of New Fairfield Family Day, which will end with the town's... [Read More]
The school district has hired a consulting firm and scheduled focus groups in its search for a new superintendent. The Board of Education decided... [Read More]
The historic cemetery across the street from Town Hall is moving closer to raising the money it needs to recover from May's macroburst. The... [Read More]
The Board of Education has unanimously approved a contract that will increase pay for the district's paraprofessionals, who packed board meetings this summer asking for... [Read More]
Perhaps one of the most telling symbols of what Police Chief John Roche meant to the community he served for nearly four decades was the... [Read More]
Before it was her family's home for nearly three decades, the dairy barn at 391 Kent Cornwall Road began as a "pipe dream" for Hilary... [Read More]
Voters have decided that the middle school will be given its own school resource officer this year. More than 50 residents who attended a... [Read More]
The Zoning Commission spent another hour Wednesday listening to residents' thoughts on Airbnbs that have popped up around town, but said it will likely take... [Read More]
Two men ran into the woods Monday after officers found them going through cars near Mariners Walk, police said. Milford police were called... [Read More]
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