Region 15 schools change to closed for the day

#Middlebury #Region15 At 7:19 a.m., Superintendent Botsford announced the Region 15 delayed opening was changed to closing. All Region 15 schools are closed today, Thursday, Dec. 14, ... Continue Reading →

Region 15 delayed opening Dec. 14

#Middlebury #Region15 Due to light snow in Region 15 that is expected to continue through the morning travel period, all Region 15 schools are on a two-hour delayed opening schedule ... Continue Reading →

DEEP urges you to recycle unwanted electronics

#Middlebury #DEEP #RecycleElectronics The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) reminds residents to drop off their unwanted computers, monitors, printers, ... Continue Reading →

BBB offers gift card tips

#Middlebury #BBB #GiftCards The demand for gift cards fluctuates from year to year, and the Connecticut Better Business Bureau (BBB) says this year’s forecasts reveal a strong ... Continue Reading →

Winning Ways – Use life’s step-stools to success

#Middlebury #WinningWays Insights for Constructive Living by Pat Iannuzzi We likely all have been in situations where we needed to grasp something that literally was just out of our ... Continue Reading →

Middlebury Senior Center – Week of Dec. 10 events

#Middlebury #SeniorCenter #RedCross Christmas Party The Middlebury Senior Center annual Christmas party will be Thursday, Dec. 14, at 11:45 a.m. This year’s party will feature ... Continue Reading →

Weekly Opioid Education, Family/Peer Support Group to start

#Middlebury #Opioid A weekly opioid education and family/peer support group hosted by NAMI Connecticut will meet for the first time Tuesday, Dec. 12, from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. at Catholic ... Continue Reading →

Senior News Line – Are you dreading the holidays?

#Middlebury #SeniorNewsLine #holidays By MATILDA CHARLES Are you already dreading the holidays? If you are, you’re not alone. Many seniors feel the pressures of lack of money ... Continue Reading →

Library’s January books feature strong female characters

#Middlebury #BookDiscussionGroup The Middlebury Public Library’s Brown Bag Book Group will discuss “Summer” by Edith Wharton Wednesday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m. Written in 1917, ... Continue Reading →

Armed robber hits Straits Turnpike businesses

#Middlebury #Police #ArmedRobbery #DunkinDonuts #Mobil Middlebury Police Chief Fran Dabbo reported Middlebury Police received a report that an armed robbery had just occurred at the ... Continue Reading →