MONROE – The Parks and Recreation Department at 7 Fan Hill Rd. is closed to the public but staff is available onsite from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to provide… Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
MONROE – Covid-19 and the budget dominated the conversation at the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, March 17, but they were not the only topics of discussion: the board set June 12 as the graduation date and adopted the… Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
MONROE – The Board of Finance held both a regular meeting and a budget workshop on Thursday March 19, but canceled a previously scheduled Public Hearing on the budget. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
Firefighters responded for a reported rollover crash with injuries. When they got there, passersby had already helped the driver out of the vehicle. Read the rest of the article on ctpost.com READ MORE.
Pursuant to Article 19 of the Governor’s Executive Order #7I, it is hereby noticed that Service of Process for Administrative Appeals may be submitted to ServiceOfProcess@MonroeCT.org. Read the article on monroect.org READ MORE.
Walking and hiking are healthy ways to reduce stress during this difficult time, but make sure to adhere to social distancing as outlined by the CDC – even when outdoors! Governor Lamont has allowed the trails and grounds of Connecticut State Parks and Forests to remain open for solitary outdoor enjoyment. If you plan on READ MORE.
Until further notice, the Town Clerk’s Office is available by appointment only. Please feel free to call Town Clerk, Vida Stone at 203-460-0901. You may also email Vida Stone with questions or concerns. We will provide you with immediate assistance. Thank you and be well. Read the article on monroect.org READ MORE.
Today, we celebrate puppies. Those furry bundles of unconditional love that bring so much joy to humans. We need that now more than ever. “Rescue don’t shop” is the best rule of thumb when looking for a new pet. Pet adoption is quickly becoming the preferred way to find a new puppy according to the READ MORE.
The American Red Cross is facing a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak. “Healthy individuals are needed to donate now to help patients counting on lifesaving blood,” the Red Cross says. Many local blood drives are being postponed, but they are encouraging Monroe residents to READ MORE.
Did you know that Connecticut hosts the largest National Trails Day celebration in the nation according to the CT Forest and Park Association? National Trails Day is scheduled to take place on June 6th and 7th. You can register now by clicking here https://www.ctwoodlands.org/ct-trails-weekend/2020-connecticut-trails-day-event-registration-open Last year the event attracted over 250 events and an estimated READ MORE.
AAA is running a contest that will allow students to showcase their talents and help communicate a powerful message to drivers of all ages. Students have until May 15 to enter in the AAA Northeast Video Contest for your chance to win more than $11,000. We’re looking for original videos addressing the risks of marijuana-impaired READ MORE.
A Fairfield County man and woman were arrested for allegedly faking a burglary in order to steal a shotgun from a home. Sean Smith, 27, of Danbury, and Kathryn Lewis, 26, of Monroe, turned themselves in to the Monroe Police Department on Monday, March 16, for the incident which took place in Octob… Read the READ MORE.
MONROE – Members of the Board of Education, meeting Thursday, March 12, in a special session, discussed not only the closing of schools in Monroe for the Covid-19 virus, but how that would impact the remainder of the school year. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
MONROE – The town’s Grand List of October 1, 2019, increased slightly, from $2,188,669,151 in 2018 to $2,225,048,252, an increase of $36,379,101. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.