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Local News for Seymour, Connecticut

03/24/2020

Seymour Has Two COVID-19 Cases

SEYMOUR – Two town residents have tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus, First Selectman Kurt Miller announced Monday. “(Naugatuck Valley Health District) staff have talked with the individuals who will remain in quarantine at their homes,” according to a post on the Office of the First Selectman Facebook page. “Individuals who reside in the same household READ MORE.
Miller: 2 Seymour residents test positive for coronavirus03/24/2020

Miller: 2 Seymour residents test positive for coronavirus

Tonight’s Code Red call……… please excuse the coughing….“This is Seymour First Selectman Kurt Miller with an emergency announcement utilizing the Code Red System. “The Town of Seymour and Naugatuck Valley Health District, our local health department, have been made aware of 2 Seymour residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus. Health department staff have talked READ MORE.
03/23/2020

Seymour Closes Parks And Playgrounds

SEYMOUR – After seeing too many people in close proximity at places such as Gary Park over the weekend, Seymour First Selectman Kurt Miller announced Monday all town parks and playgrounds were closed to the public. The announcement covers all town-owned recreation space in town, including the track at the high school. Read the rest READ MORE.
Red Cross Faces Severe Blood Shortage During COVID-19 Outbreak, Seymour Residents Encouraged to Donate03/23/2020

Red Cross Faces Severe Blood Shortage During COVID-19 Outbreak, Seymour Residents Encouraged to Donate

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 Seymour residents to READ MORE.
Something for Seymour to look forward to - National Trails Day is coming June 6th03/22/2020

Something for Seymour to look forward to – National Trails Day is coming June 6th

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.

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