Monthly Archive for December, 2010

: December, 2010

Holiday tradition in Gaylordsville

For almost all the years I’ve lived in New Milford, one of my family’s favorite holiday traditions is a drive by the Gaylord Road farm to admire the Neapolitan creche built by retired New Milford High

The upside of a blizzard

Like many New Milford folks Monday, I suffered the fallout of the blizzard. As I typed a story, the lights went out in the office. Bad enough I thought my story was lost, but our Main Street

Rell continues to encourage residents to stay inside

Gov. M. Jodi Rell is encouraging state residents to stay inside and off the roads as the Dept. of Transportation and emergency management crews clean up after the blizzard that passed through the

More than 10,000 without power in New Milford

Hi everyone, More than

A Florida girl at heart

I was hunting for a pair of snowboots this morning, only to realize they were in the trunk of my car, the one parked in the driveway covered in snow. So I started to borrow a pair of my daughter’s

Let the cleanup begin …

Hi everyone, Local plow

Danbury area travel advisory

Emergency officials from Danbury and Bethel are advising residents to avoid non-essential travel. Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said at about 9 a.m. Monday that the city’s level 3 snow emergency, which

Changes to hometowns

Perhaps it’s the time of year –

Obama slept here

Does anyone have a reindeer I can borrow?

When my 11-year-old son was looking for Goosebumps