Local News for Roxbury, Connecticut

Roxbury first selectman criticized for characterizing vaccine as a 'personal choice'01/12/2021

Roxbury first selectman criticized for characterizing vaccine as a ‘personal choice’

ROXBURY – First Selectman Barbara M. Henry said she called 1,500 homes in town before 2020 came to an end. Her New Year’s message included her appreciation to residents for persevering through the COVID-19 pandemic, and to town employees and volunteers who are overcoming pandemic-related hurdles to benefit residents. Some residents, though, are criticizing Henry’s READ MORE.
Roxbury first selectman criticized for characterizing vaccine as a 'personal choice'01/11/2021

Roxbury first selectman criticized for characterizing vaccine as a ‘personal choice’

ROXBURY – First Selectman Barbara M. Henry said she called 1,500 homes in town before 2020 came to an end. Her New Year’s message included her appreciation to residents for persevering through the COVID-19 pandemic, and to town employees and volunteers who are overcoming pandemic-related hurdles to benefit residents. Some residents, though, are criticizing Henry’s READ MORE.
12/31/2020

NYC landmarks to be featured in program

Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury will present a program , “A Tour of New York’s Demolished Landmarks,” with Jason Scappaticci Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Scappaticci will explain how New York City, in the name of progress, has lost some of its most impressive architecture. Many skyscrapers and mansions, a train station and READ MORE.
12/30/2020

Shepaug libraries to hold virtual programs

Gunn Memorial Library in Washington and the Shepaug Library Collaboration will offer a variety of virtual programs next month. Jason Scappaticci will lead a program Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. about “Lost New York City Landmarks” through Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury. Registration is available through www.minormemoriallibrary.org. Guest lecturer Marian Burk Wood will lead a READ MORE.
12/24/2020

Shepaug libraries to hold virtual programs

Gunn Memorial Library in Washington and the Shepaug Library Collaboration will offer a variety of virtual programs next month. Jason Scappaticci will lead a program Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. about “Lost New York City Landmarks” through Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury. Registration is available through www.minormemoriallibrary.org. Guest lecturer Marian Burk Wood will lead a READ MORE.