Author: Katrina Koerting

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The school board has created an ad hoc committee to kick start its superintendent search. The three-member committee will probably work with a firm,... [Read More]
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Hazardous waste will be collected from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at John Pettibone Community Center in New Milford on Saturday. The event, which... [Read More]
Northville Elementary School will get a seventh second-grade class, which allows for smaller class sizes and makes it more on par with the district's other... [Read More]
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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont will join other Democrats running for office at a meet and greet in Bridgewater on Sunday. The event will... [Read More]
Voters will decide the fate of the library at the polls in November despite pleas from some library supporters to make the decision at a... [Read More]
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Most residents want a community center, but the Town Council again delayed hiring a company to look into what that center should have, its offerings... [Read More]
The former town planner is back on the town payroll in a newly created economic development position. Mayor Pete Bass announced this week that... [Read More]
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The New Milford Board of Finance has approved how to use $1.5 million, moving the final decision on to the voters at a town meeting... [Read More]
Plans to replace the high school roof have been sped up since it was damaged when a macroburst tore through the area in May. ... [Read More]
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The library renovation cleared another hurdle with the Board of Finance's approval to appropriate up to $6.5 million for the project. The project... [Read More]
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A forum to discuss the possibility of passenger rail in New Milford is scheduled for Sept. 20. Mayor Pete Bass and state Rep. Bill... [Read More]
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Despite allocating less money this spring than requested by the Candlewood Lake Authority, New Milford will end up fully funding its portion of the authority... [Read More]
A credit rating agency was so impressed with how the town turned around its finances after a $2.2 million cut in state aid last year... [Read More]
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When Barbara Murphy first moved into her home in 1958, relatives from Danbury would come to her house to get their water because it tasted... [Read More]
Researchers believe that a decrease in wind caused by climate change could be responsible for the amount of blue-green algae blooms at Candlewood Lake. ... [Read More]
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The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection launched a new interactive map that shows where the crayfish are in Connecticut. The crayfish atlas... [Read More]
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Western Connecticut State University's fall planetarium and observatory season launches this weekend with a series of nine public nights. Public nights are hosted each... [Read More]
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The buildings at the top of Skiff Mountain were largely untouched for 50 years, even after Marvelwood School moved in about 20 years ago. ... [Read More]
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For many years, a towering pink dinosaur greeted motorists along Route 6 just over the state line in Brewster, serving as a landmark outside of... [Read More]
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Redding Police are investigating a report of stolen credit cards. Officers received the call around 6 a.m. on Aug. 30 that someone had entered... [Read More]
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