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Local News for Monroe, Connecticut

11/18/2019

Monroe revaluations completed

MONROE – The town has completed its state-mandated revaluation process, and Monroe property owners should receive their new property assessments in the mail soon. Under state law, a revaluation is required every five years in each community. The purpose, according to the state Office of Policy and Management, is to “secure a more equitable distribution READ MORE.
11/18/2019

This week, #MeetaMemberMonday introduces you to Firing Circuits Artists, a creative studio space….

This week, #MeetaMemberMonday introduces you to Firing Circuits Artists, a creative studio space. Located in the historic Dresden Lace Works factory building, built in 1912 in Norwalk, Firing Circuits is home to 30 award-winning emerging and mid-career artists. Artists work in all mediums; painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, jewelry and more. Firing Circuits is closed to READ MORE.
11/16/2019

Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum

What a perfect way to kick off the holiday season! The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum’s new exhibition, “Toys, Trains and Magnificent Trees: Illuminating Christmas at the Mansion,” opens Wednesday, November 20. The Museum kicks off the Holiday Season with a new exhibition entitled, “Toys, Trains and Magnificent Trees: Illuminating Christmas at the Mansion,” opening on Wednesday, READ MORE.
11/15/2019

What are you doing Sunday afternoon? Head to the Round Hill Community Church in Greenwich to…

What are you doing Sunday afternoon? Head to the Round Hill Community Church in Greenwich to experience a classical concert. Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony present Out of the Salon, a program of lyrical works for trios in a small setting, featuring flute, piano and strings. Learn more https://culturalalliancefc.org/event/chamber-players-of-the-greenwich-symphony-present-out-of-the-salon-2/ Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.
11/14/2019

Town Hall Offices Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule

    TOWN HALL CLOSING IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING The Edith Wheeler Memorial Library will close at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 27, 2019. The Monroe Town Hall Offices, Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, Monroe Highway Department, Monroe Senior Center, Monroe Food Pantry, Garder Road Landfill and Spring Hill Road Transfer Station will be closed on READ MORE.
11/13/2019

PYRAMID SHRINERS PARTICIPATE IN APPLE FEST

Pyramid Shriners (from left) John O’Reilly and Donald M. Casey, Jr. participated at the Apple Festival in Monroe. The Shriners created balloon animals while sharing their mission of assisting needy children who receive medical care at Shriners Hospital. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
11/13/2019

Stuff-a-Cruiser

MONROE – The Monroe Police Department will host its annual Stuff-a-Cruiser event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 16, at Stop & Shop, 470 Monroe Tnpk. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
11/13/2019

Incumbents Returned in Monroe

MONROE – Running uncontested, First Selectman Ken Kellogg was re-elected with 3,440 votes to his position during this year’s municipal elections on Tuesday November 5. Also uncontested, Republican Vida Stone was re-elected town clerk with a similar vote tally. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.

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