B&B going out of business sale!

#Southbury #CornucopiaAtOldfield #Sale Cornucopia at Oldfield Bed and Breakfast in Southbury is closing after 12 years and everything must be sold this week! For pictures, visit cornucopiabnb.com. Sale ... Continue Reading →

Go fishing on MLT properties

#Middlebury #MiddleburyLandTrust #Fishing By JANINE SULLIVAN-WILEY I cannot claim to be any kind of fisherman. A true fisherman (or woman) enjoys fishing for many reasons. They may ... Continue Reading →

A Sporting View – The luxurious life of Stephen Curry

#Middlebury #ASporting View By Mark Vasto If Stephen Curry never scores another point for Golden State, he’ll still be worth every penny of the “supermax” contract he signed ... Continue Reading →

Sports Quiz – July 29, 2017

#Middlebury #SportsQuiz By Chris Richcreek Questions Who holds the Boston Red Sox’s record for most consecutive games with at least one hit? Name the last major-league team to ... Continue Reading →

McCormack to challenge St. John in November

#Middlebury #MRTC #DRTC Parties choose endorsed candidates for November election By MARJORIE NEEDHAM The November election ballot began to take shape July 18 when the Middlebury Democratic ... Continue Reading →

Flood plain may differ from that on FEMA map

#Middlebury #FEMA #FloodPlain   By MARJORIE NEEDHAM A July 24 presentation on the Regan Road/Porter Avenue/Shadduck Road flood plain has raised the hopes of some homeowners in ... Continue Reading →

Safely dispose of hazardous waste July 29, 2017

#Middlebury #HazardousWaste A Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Paint Collection Day is scheduled for the towns of Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Southbury, ... Continue Reading →

Free concert to feature ’60s music

#Middlebury #Woodbury #FreeConcert The fourth of five Newtown Savings Bank free summer concerts on Wednesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m. in Hollow Park in Woodbury will feature the ’60s ... Continue Reading →

Flood Plain Analysis presentation to follow selectmen’s meeting

#Middlebury #FloodPlain Representatives from Lenard Engineering will discuss the flood plain analysis for the Porter Avenue and Regan Road area tonight, Monday, July 24, 2017, at ... Continue Reading →

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