Southbury Public Library – June 27, 2014

Holiday and summer hours The library will be closed Friday and Saturday, July 4 and 5, for the holiday. It also will be closed every Sunday from July 6 through Aug. 31. Monday hours ... Continue Reading →

Woodbury Library – June 27, 2014

Teens teach technology Thanks to a Connecticut Community Foundation grant, the library is again offering help with technology for seniors. Teens are available for one-on-one appointments ... Continue Reading →

Baseball Parents Cry Foul

A group of parents whose children are in the Middlebury Baseball Inc. program, Concerned Parents of Middlebury Baseball, has scheduled an informational meeting for parents of past, ... Continue Reading →

Whittemore Public Library – June 27, 2014

Reduced public hours Due to insufficient funding from the Borough of Naugatuck for the 2014-2015 fiscal year, the library has been forced to reduce public service hours. Effective July ... Continue Reading →

Middlebury Library June 27, 2014

Library closings The library will be closed Friday, July 4, for the holiday. It also will be closed Saturdays during July and August. Saturday hours will resume Sept. 6. Brown Bag Book ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare scenario: Computer data lost

All the data on your computer is only one glitch away from being lost. Be it a hard-drive crash, virus, electrical storm or power surge, everything you have on your computer could vanish ... Continue Reading →

Books to enjoy during relaxed summer days

By DONNA HINE Summer is here! More time to read! We’ll soon see teachers (who finally have some free time) taking out armloads of books. Summer reading programs have started, and ... Continue Reading →

Peonies are great garden additions

By ROBIN MICHALAK Master Gardener Herbaceous peonies have absolutely gorgeous, extremely fragrant flowers that come in white, several shades of pink, red and even black. I have found ... Continue Reading →

Why train dogs to “stay”?

By SAM MAZZOTTA DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I understand why I should train a dog to “sit” or “come,” but why do training books always want you to teach them to “stay”? ... Continue Reading →

Keep your Cool

by MATILDA CHARLES Everyone needs to take steps to stay safe in hot weather, but seniors especially need to be careful. Our internal “temperature gauge” doesn’t work ... Continue Reading →