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We received this note from the Connecticut Audubon Society: Connecticut Audubon Society today launched a new weekly guide, called Connecticut Audubon Bird Finder, to help birders of all levels plan weekend trips to see interesting birds in great outdoor settings throughout the state. The Connecticut Audubon Bird Finder is designed to be a carefully curated Read More
We received this note from St. Vincent’s Medical Center: Cancer Survivors will celebrate the spirit of survivorship and the gift of time at the St. Vincent’s SWIM Across the Sound 12th Annual Cancer Survivors Breakfast on Thursday, December 5, 2013 at the Holiday Inn, Bridgeport. Each survivor will receive a commemorative watch from Victorinox Swiss Read More
SHELTON-Cold, frosty weather means the end of fresh vegetables and the closing of the Farmers Market on Canal Street here. The final session of this crop season will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Available will be many Thanksgiving favorites like lettuce, kale, beets, broccoli, onions, rutabaga and winter squash. All grown Read More
SHELTON-The Board of Education will select a chairman, vice chairman and secretary during their 7 p.m. meeting Wednesday.Those officers will stay in their position for the entire year. The meeting is open to the public. It will take place in the Board of Education’s administrative offices, 382 Long Hill Avenue on the second floor.
SHELTON-Be prepared to slow down and wait if traveling on Route 8 in Shelton Wednesday. Bridge inspection work will close the right lane on Route 8′s northbound section between exits 13 and 14 as well the left lane on the southbound side between exits 13 and 15. The closures will take place between 9 a.m. Read More
The Spooner House in Shelton and several volunteer groups are hoping to make Thanksgiving dinner a happier and healthier one for needy Naugatuck Valley families. “More than 6,000 individuals have been served by the Food Bank this year, ” said Susan Agamy, Spooner’s executive director. She said this translates into 153,000 meals which is 92,000 Read More
SHELTON-Bernie Siegel will discuss “The Art of Healing” which is the title of his new book during an appearance Nov. 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community, 580 Long Hill Avenue Shelton. Siegel will have copies of the book available for sale which he will autograph during the event. Anyone seeking Read More
DERBY-Griffin Hospital was named a 2012 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission and given a grade of A by the Leafrog Group’s Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections. “We are extremely proud to receive this national recognition for our committment to Read More
Snow is falling and the wind is blowing in North Milford and The Valley. Could winter and Santa be far behind?
We received this note from Milford Hospital: MILFORD — Women’s Health is the Focus of November Educational Series in which the physicians of Seaside OB/GYN of Milford and Milford Hospital will be partnering throughout the month of November to host a series of women’s health and wellness workshops geared towards all stages of a woman’s Read More