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Local News for Middlebury, Connecticut


Legislators Offer Open Office Hours

MIDDLEBURY-NAUGATUCK-WATERBURY – State Sen. Joan Hartley (D-15) will hold office hours with 15th District Representatives in Waterbury, Middlebury and Naugatuck to hear directly from constituents in coming weeks. Read the rest of the article on READ MORE.

Photos from Town of Middlebury’s post

Former Assistant Town Clerk and Middlebury resident Brigitte Bessette was appointed Town Clerk at the Tuesday, January 21, 2020 meeting of the Board of Selectmen. Brigitte has been with the Town Clerk’s office for approximately 17 years and we are excited and pleased on her appointment. Pictured left to right are: Elaine Strobel, Edward B. READ MORE.

Police News

MIDDLEBURY – Police said Samuel Montville, Lubec Road, responded to an active warrant for his arrest on January 15. Read the rest of the article on READ MORE.

Tax Credit Applications Ready

MIDDLEBURY – The Assessor’s Office and the Social Service Department will begin accepting applications Monday, February 3 for the Elderly and Totally Disabled Homeowners and the Additional Veterans Tax Credit programs. Read the rest of the article on READ MORE.

Local contractor faces larceny charge

#Middlebury #Larceny Middlebury Police Chief Fran Dabbo said Samuel Montville, a local contractor, has been charged with larceny for failing to perform work for which he had received partial payment. Based on comments on social media following publication of this news in the area daily newspaper, the couple who filed the complaint against him are READ MORE.

Community Chorus! All are invited! Rehearsals begin Feb 4th – Performance date March 28th

Community Chorus! A Collaborative Effort of Southbury Parks & Recreation and Region 15 Schools In a collaborative project, Region 15 schools and the Southbury Parks and Recreation Department are looking for residents of all ages to participate in a Community Chorus. The entire community is welcome to participate to sing select musical pieces under the direction READ MORE.

Churches: Messages were from scammers

MIDDLEBURY-WOODBURY – Parishioners at local churches recently received texts and emails that appeared to come from pastors asking for them to send retail gift cards. But leaders of local congregations said those messages were scams. Members of Middlebury Congregational Church reportedly received messages from a fake Gmail account for the Rev. Katrina R. Manzi first READ MORE.

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