How to create a cash stash for unexpected expenses

(StatePoint) April is Financial Literacy Month, a time dedicated to teaching Americans how to establish and maintain good financial habits. The month provides a good opportunity to ... Continue Reading →

7 places mosquitoes might be hiding in your yard

(Family Features) Spring has sprung, which means that mosquito season is here. These tiny insects could be living, flying and breeding right in your yard, and you might not even know ... Continue Reading →

Power plant opposition grows

About 100 residents of Oxford, Middlebury, Southbury and Naugatuck gathered at the Connecticut Siting Council in New Britain Nov. 13 to protest an application by Massachusetts-based ... Continue Reading →

Girl Scout earns Gold Award

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM It’s been 25 years since a Middlebury Girl Scout has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. It is equivalent to the Eagle Scout ... Continue Reading →

Supporters work for Middlebury dog park

Beverly Dassonville of Middlebury continues to push for a dog park in the town. Speaking at the July 21, 2014, Middlebury Board of Selectmen meeting, she said, “I’m approached ... Continue Reading →

Company hosts Oxford power plant open house

We saw no Middlebury officials at the Aug. 5, 2014, Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) Towantic Energy Center open house. The company open house was meant to provide information on the 805-MW ... Continue Reading →

View Middlebury land records online

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM Middlebury land records are available online, so title searches and other land record research can begin right at your own computer. How far one goes with the ... Continue Reading →

Police chief to be sworn in

Middlebury’s new police chief, James Viadero, will be formally sworn in Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in the Westover School Auditorium at 1237 Whittemore Road in Middlebury. ... Continue Reading →