Monthly Archive for January, 2012

: January, 2012

Volunteers are needed

What started out as a germ of an idea has blossomed into a full-scale event. Fairfield’s Earth Day celebration, now in its 14th year, will take place on Saturday, April 28, at Fairfield Warde High
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A decent beginning

For his first time presenting a state of the town address, First Selectman Michael Tetreau did a fair job. He briefly explained what took place since he took office last summer as the interim chief
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Buy some fruit, help a kid

Nothing says winter like the Kiwanis Club Citrus Sale. If you are a lover of grapefruit, oranges or tangerines, then consider buying cases of them from now through Feb. 27 from the club. All proceeds
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Brave souls

Maybe it won’t be so bad. After all, we have experienced some mild winter weather so far. But the water still will be pretty cold. What I am talking about? Well, the Wakeman Boys & Girls Club of
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Updated and user friendly

The Fairfield Police Department has a new website. Take a look. It’s bright and updated and very user friendly. It is easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye. The opening page has a slide-show-like
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Get off the couch and be heard

Schools Superintendent David Title has released his 2012-13 proposed budget of $149,464,941, a 2.6 percent increase over the current year. Last year, he offered a budget of $148.5 million, which was
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Chase away mid-winter blues

OK, so the weather hasn’t exactly acted like winter, but if you’re like me – a warm-weather person – anything colder than 60 degrees is unpleasant. Winter tends to keep us indoors, except for those
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They deserve our support

Last Thursday, I attended the girls’ basketball holiday tournament at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. The event is named after my good friend Todd Burger, who died five years ago from cancer. He was
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