Last week, the first selectman asserted I have been unresponsive to her “reaching out” to me in an effort to appoint someone to the Ethics Commission seat which term had expired in December 2017. The facts are straight forward- she never personally contacted me in advance of her two nominees appearing on the Town Council agendas for January 2018 and … read more
The Nichols Garden Club continued its annual Valentine’s Day tradition of creating beautiful fresh flower arrangements and delivering them to St. Joseph Health Center, Stern Village and Maefair Health Care Center for the enjoyment of the residents and staff. Club members created more than 100 arrangements at their monthly meeting and then delivered them on Valentine’s Day.
The developers seeking to build a housing development on the site of the former Moorefield Herb Farm have withdrawn their application from the Planning & Zoning Commission. When the group reapplies, the commission will look somewhat different than it does now. P&Z Chairman Fred Garrity, a Democrat, who faced a storm of criticism from Republican Party leaders and a group … read more
Children in kindergarten through fifth grade may build and race a Lego car at the second annual Lego 500 Saturday at Calvary Evangelical Free Church. The event, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., also includes crafts and other family-friendly activities, plus free hot dogs, coffee and cotton candy. “This was a brand new event last year, and everybody had a … read more