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Susan Tuz

New Milford LPNs/Techs now have union

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NEW MILFORD — The National Labor Board decided Wednesday to combine New Milford Hospital technicians with Danbury Hospital LPNs/Technicians for the purpose of creating their own bargaining group. The licensed practical nurses and technicians at Danbury Hospital started organizing last year. AFT CT was not planning on organizing the New Milford technicians at this time, […] [Read More]
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Site Development plan by Arthur H. Howland & Associates for 505 Kent Road (Route 7) in New Milford: 15 unit, 95K-sq-ft industrial campus

Industrial campus planned for Kent Rd in New Milford

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NEW MILFORD — The owner of a 22 acre parcel at 505 Kent Road in New Milford wants to develop a 95,400-square-foot industrial campus on the site. Evan Walters, principal in Eagle Holdings LLC, has a special permit application before the Zoning Commission to develop the site along Squash Hollow Road. This spring, Walter had […] [Read More]
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Danbury woman hit by car in stable condition

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DANBURY — A 42-year-old Danbury woman was in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries at Danbury Hospital Wednesday morning after being struck by a car Tuesday night, according to police. Barbar Mouning was struck Tuesday about 9:14 p.m. in the area of New and Stevens streets by a car driven by Julio Rodriguez, 39, also […] [Read More]
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Rottweiler bites child in New Milford

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NEW MILFORD — Regional Animal Control is investigating the circumstances around an 8-year-old in New Milford being bitten on the cheek by a Rottweiler on Sunday afternoon. According to police, the dog was on a leash at the time. No further details were released. [Read More]
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WCCOG meeting 10/23 (left to right) first selectmen from: Bill Tinsley, Brookfield; Pat Llorda, Newtown; Peter Tesei, Greenwich; Jayme Stevenson, Darien; Jim Marpe, Weston; and Rob Mallozzi, New Canaan.

WCCOG meets in Ridgefield for first time

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RIDGEFIELD — The first meeting of the Western Connecticut Council of Governments had a strong turnout of elected officials from the newly formed regional council’s 15 members. WCCOG was formed through the merger of the Housatonic Valley Council of Elected officials and the Southwest Regional Planning Authority. Its first meeting was held in Ridgefield Oct. […] [Read More]
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2 car crash on Kent Road Thursday morning

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NEW MILFORD — Early Thursday morning New Milford Police responded to a two car crash on Kent Road in the area of Route 37. A black Mercedes ML320 was traveling south on Kent Road about 66 feet south of Route 37 when a black Volvo XC90 crossed the center line and hit the Mercedes on […] [Read More]
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New Milford men arrested on heroin charges

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NEW MILFORD — Two local men were arrested on drug charges Tuesday when New Milford Police went to serve a warrant for probation violation at Mist Hill Drive. Michael McKay, 19, of Wellsville Avenue, New Milford was found to be in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia when police arrived at Mist Hill Drive to […] [Read More]
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New Milford crash sends man to hospital

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UPDATE, Wednesday, 10:04 a.m. Details from New Milford Police log reveal that Quispe, of Dean Road, New Milford, the driver of a Black 2013 Acura ILX, was transported to Danbury Hospital with a serious leg injury following an early morning two car crash Tuesday on Still River Drive. The driver of the second vehicle in […] [Read More]
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New Milford Police Department now has a medical drop box for disposal of unwanted household medications

Medical drop box available at New Milford Police Department

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UPDATE: 10/21: 10 a.m.: Sgt James Dzamko, of New Milford Police Department, also serves on the New Milford Substance Abuse Council. He said Tuesday that in his experience, prescription medications found in homes are seldom gateway drugs for young people. “I think of alcohol or marijuana more as gateway drugs,” Dzamko said. “If a person […] [Read More]
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Sprinkler pipe break at Bethel Library minor

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BETHEL — A broken water sprinkler pipe in the first floor ceiling at Bethel Library was quickly discovered Sunday and water damage to the first floor was minor, according to First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker. Stony Hill Fire Department responded to an automatic fire alarm at the libraryat 189 Greenwood Avenue at about 2:30 p.m. Sunday. […] [Read More]
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