Middlebury police to provide additional coverage

Middlebury Police Chief James Viadero said the Middlebury Police Department will be instituting additional patrols tonight, Thursday, Oct. 30, (traditionally know as Mischief Night ... Continue Reading →

Conservation Commission approves Quassy application

By TERRENCE S. MCAULIFFE The Middlebury Conservation Commission (CC) at its Oct. 28 meeting approved a Quassy Amusement Park application for site changes and additions. Commissioners ... Continue Reading →

Mary Antoinette Cappello Obituary

Loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother Mrs. Mary Antoinette (SantaLucia) Cappello, 94, of Southbury, formerly of Waterbury, died Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at the Lutheran ... Continue Reading →

MVFD calls – Week of Oct. 19, 2014

The Middlebury Volunteer Fire Department responded to the following calls during the week of Oct. 19, 2014. 10-19 at 12:57 – Charcoal Ave. FD called to wires down. On arrival ... Continue Reading →

PHS cleared of hazardous material

Region 15 School District 15 has issued the following press release on the successful resolution of the hazardous material spill earlier today at Pomperaug High School (PHS). Following ... Continue Reading →

Hazardous material spill at PHS

Region 15 Superintendent of Schools Regina L. Botsford has issued a press release explaining a hazardous material spill at Pomperaug High School (PHS) this morning. Botsford’s ... Continue Reading →

ZBA approves variance for new gas station

By TERRENCE S. MCAULIFFE The Middlebury Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) at its Oct. 1 meeting unanimously voted to approve a setback variance for a new gas station on Middlebury Road. The ... Continue Reading →

Pomperaug fails to repeat dramatic win

By T.J. OSTRANDER Just one week removed from their dramatic come-from-behind win over Holy Cross, Pomperaug took to the field Friday night in Bethel with high hopes and expectations. ... Continue Reading →

Superintendent issues Ebola virus advisory

Regional School District 15 Superintendent Regina Botsford today issued the following statement to parents and guardians of students in the district: Dear Parents and Guardians, There ... Continue Reading →

The Law of Reciprocity

by PAT IANNUZZI When we seek to gain the cooperation of others, we generally use words and actions to try to persuade them to do what we want. Using logic and reason is clearly an effective ... Continue Reading →