MONROE, CT — A Seymour man allegedly tried to cash a fraudulent check at Union Savings Bank, 411 Monroe Turnpike, Wednesday afternoon. Read More
MONROE, CT — Residents age 75 and older may now register for vaccines against the coronavirus, according to an update issued by First Selectman Ken Kellogg Thursday.
MONROE —Monroe Health Department staff gave over 100 health care workers and first responders vaccinations against the coronavirus during Connecticut’s first phase of shots, according to First Selectman Ken Kellogg.
MONROE, CT — A virtual job fair offering opportunities for substitute teaching jobs in Monroe public schools will be held via Zoom from 1 to 3 p.m. Read More
MONROE, CT — A proposal to restore wetlands, fill in a massive hole left from an illegal rock crushing operation over a 10-year-period, and construct a small office building in the Pepper Street Business Park appears to be headed for a denial. Read More
MONROE, CT — Finance Director Ronald Bunovsky Jr. oversees the finances for the town and the school district under a year old agreement that is beneficial to both sides, according to First Selectman Ken Kellogg. Read More
MONROE, CT — As the global coronavirus pandemic worsens, many residents are asking First Selectman Ken Kellogg for updates on the rollout of the vaccine. Read More