Monthly Archive for May, 2011

: May, 2011

Bethel town clerk will be guest on Wednesday cable show

Bethel Town Clerk Lisa Bergh will be a guest on Wednesday, June

Search for heroic dogs and their stories underway

Here is a great

Southern birds

I spent the last week heading south to Okracoke Island in the Outer Banks of North Carlina, then reversing my tracks and coming home. We were behind the spring migration, and saw few warbler or ducks.

Clamp's opening is sure sign summer on its way

Like Pavlov’s dog, my stomach started growling as I drove by the unassuming white roadside shack on Route 202 not far from the Washington border last week and saw a sign that it was open for business.

Budgets Behind Us

As I write the last four budget stories for the Greater New Milford area towns today, I am struck by what a civil budget season it has been for all concerned. New Milford passed its $91.6M town &

Neonatal intensive care unit in Danbury a bonus for families

For three decades, Danbury Hospital has been provided a neonatal intensive care unit for premature babies. The compassionate, skilled care of the doctors and nurses in that unit are a sight to behold.

A cappella group gives free singing lessons

Want to learn to sing four-part harmony? Admire the velvety vocals of a barbershop chorus? Here’s a chance to get free lessons and join one locally. The Mad Hatters Barbershop Chorus is offering the

Tips for parents about underage drinking

The Governor’s Prevention Partnership and the Connecticut State Police are urging parents to

Tips for saving on the cost of gasoline

With Memorial Day weekend quickly approaching and summer right around the corner, road trips

Help plan the Norwalk River Vally Trail at a workshop in Danbury tonight, Ridgefield and Redding next week

Do you love to hit the trail? Whether you prefer to hike, amble or stroll, or maybe ski, bicycle, or just walk your dog,