Crematory may come to Middlebury

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM Ray and Penny Albini of Chase Parkway Memorial/The Albini Family Funeral Home hope to build a crematory in an industrial-zoned area of Middlebury. At their April ... Continue Reading →

Joseph E. Brody Obituary

A Man of Honor On April 27, 2015, Joe Brody, our beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend went home to be with the Lord. He passed peacefully at home in Middlebury surrounded ... Continue Reading →

Naugatuck men arrested, charged in kayak thefts

Two Naugatuck men were arrested in Middlebury Tuesday, April 21, after they were observed entering a yard at 512 Shadduck Road and placing two kayaks stored by the homeowner in the ... Continue Reading →

Casting call for Woodbury Community Theater

Community Theater at Woodbury will hold auditions for “Kiss the moon, Kiss the Sun,” a Canadian play by Norm Foster that will be presented Oct. 21 to 25. They are looking ... Continue Reading →

Irving Benedict Nixon Sr. Obituary

Brought first Carvel to Naugatuck Irving Benedict Nixon Sr., 92, of Naugatuck passed away with his loved ones by his side Sunday, April 12, 2015. He was the husband of the late Lillian ... Continue Reading →

Resident charged with assaulting police officer, disorderly conduct

Friday, April 17, Middlebury Police Officers responded to 1556 Straits Turnpike on a report of a motor vehicle accident. A complainant met the officers and told them he was almost ... Continue Reading →

Region 15 Art Show Friday and Saturday

Last fall, Sarah Grousseau sat at Turtle Pond in Middlebury watching her son Maxime, a student at Middlebury Elementary School, do “en plein aire” painting with his morning ... Continue Reading →

P&Z tables gas station, hears POCD comments

By TERRENCE S. MCAULIFFE The Middlebury Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) at its April 2 meeting tabled a public hearing on plans to replace the Shell station on Middlebury Road ... Continue Reading →

Town budget hearing gets heated

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM When Middlebury Chief Financial Officer Larry Hutvagner posted slides showing town budget totals at the April 6 public hearing on the proposed 2015-2016 town budget, ... Continue Reading →

“Taxes: Of life’s two certainties, the only one for which you can get an automatic extension.” ~ Author Unknown Continue Reading →