WINSTED – The first virtual Northwest Startup event has been scheduled for 5 p.m. May 27. The event is free and open to the public. Registration is requested at Eventbrite.com. Two startup businesses, both in different stages of development, are scheduled to pitch their business ideas to the audience through a WebEx meeting room. Once READ MORE.
“We’ve already reduced the budgets significantly,” Town Manager Robert Geiger said. “To do any more reductions … doesn’t make any sense to me.” Read the rest of the article on registercitizen.com READ MORE.
WINSTED – The American Mural Project (AMP) is suspending its five-week Summer @AMP programs for children age 7-12, but is continuing to offer two weeks of Outdoor Design & Building, a program for youth ages 10-16, and a two-week Digital Story Work internship program for young adults age 17 and older. The Outdoor Design & READ MORE.
WINSTED – Town officials recently provided an update to its services and COVID-19 restrictions. Residents are encouraged to sign up for the CT Emergency Alert and Notification System to receive updates, alerts for emergencies and other important community news. Go to townofwinchester.org and click on the link on the home page. Town Hall & Department READ MORE.
Along with the discussion of the PPP funding and Gilbert’s tuition bill, officials questioned capital improvements at Gilbert, and who should be responsible. Read the rest of the article on registercitizen.com READ MORE.
WINSTED – Teachers and staff members of The Gilbert School held a car parade Friday afternoon, visiting the homes of their students to let them know they miss them and support them. Students responded with signs thanking their teachers. This year’s traditional graduation celebrations and senior activities have been canceled because of the ongoing coronavirus READ MORE.