Local News for New Milford, Connecticut

11/20/2019

Flashback

The New Milford High School boy’s basketball team didn’t have the year it had hoped for during the academic year 1986-87, but it finished the season with a 7-12 record. Not the powerhouse WCC of years past, Coach Bill Hibbard’s “5” showed moments of strength, according to the yearbook that year. One memorable moment of READ MORE.
11/15/2019

Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on the Green

Sponsored by the Greater New Milford Chamber of Commerce The Greater New Milford Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, November 30th at 5:30 p.m. on the Village Green. Highlights of the evening will include the lighting of the Christmas trees on the Green and visits with Santa. The trees READ MORE.
11/15/2019

Transgender Day of Remembrance Service planned

Four local churches will co-host an inaugural Interfaith Transgender Day of Remembrance Service Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in New Milford. The First Congregational Church of Washington, the New Milford Methodist Church, St. John’s Episcopal Church and Temple Sholom in New Milford will co-sponsor the event at the NMUMC, 68 Danbury Road (Route 7). The READ MORE.
NMPS Supt: Thank you to @NMHS_CT ...11/14/2019

NMPS Supt: Thank you to @NMHS_CT …

Thank you to @NMHS_CT for bringing Ian Hockley with Dylan’s Wings of Change @DylansWings to the students of NMHS. Looking forward to the implementation of the program @TheYouthAgency @MrShugrue #NMPSrocks #NewMilfordCT ?AB9d Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
11/14/2019

Honored

The Roger Sherman Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, which serves the Greater New Milford area, held its annual Veterans Day breakfast at The Maxx Monday. During the breakfast, several veterans were presented New Milford medals and veteran Theresa Oria was given a Quilt of Valor, made by chapter members of DAR. Veteran READ MORE.
New Milford woman sworn in as lawyer11/13/2019

New Milford woman sworn in as lawyer

Today, Meghan M. Lyon of New Milford was officially sworn in as a lawyer licensed to practice law in the State of Connecticut. Lyon grew up in New Milford and graduated from New Milford High School in 2008 (as Meghan Johnson). She went on to receive her undergraduate degree from Yale University while playing shortstop READ MORE.