Local News for Sterling, Connecticut

03/17/2020

Sterling Town Hall hours during Coronavirus

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY!!! The Sterling Town Hall is still open for business, but closed to the public. (This may change, please call, check website or Town Hall Facebook page for updates.) Due to health concerns for the general public and our town employees raised by COVID-19, First Selectman Russell Gray, today announced that starting immediately March READ MORE.
03/16/2020

Public Notice-Coronavirus

Public Notice! For the most “Updated Information” about the current CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Emergency, please visit the suggested below website(s)/ Local Radio Stations and local Television Stations (CDC) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://www.cdc.gov/ CT.Gov https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus DIAL United Way (211) https://www.211ct.org A Few Local Connecticut radio stations: 99.9 FM, 95.1 FM, 1080 AM, 990 AM, READ MORE.
02/09/2020

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01/25/2020

Sterling Town Hall

If you have little ones, please join us for a cute activity at the Library! Led by local artist Sherrie Parenteau, and its Free! Please join us! Please Rsvp to library, so they can have necessary materials. Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.
01/22/2020

Don’t forget Windham Arts Radio Review on WILI every Wednesday 5:10-6 PM. Are you familiar with butoh dance? Today we also meet

Don’t forget Windham Arts Radio Review on WILI every Wednesday 5:10-6 PM. Are you familiar with butoh dance? Today we also meet visual artist Debra Gag from Ashford as part of our ongoing Artist Spotlight series as well as an update from Cathy Shires regarding Windham Regional Arts Council upcoming Young Artists Music Competition this READ MORE.
01/22/2020

Sterling Organic Farm

This is a great informative podcast about the Sterling Organic Farm! Definitely check it out. And our historical society president used to work with the asparagus mentioned at Falls Creek Farm back in 2002 I was recently interviewed about the farm on the What’s Up Sterling?! Podcast. We talk about what we’re growing on the READ MORE.