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Monroe Memorial Day Parade traffic advisory, line of march

MONROE, CT — Police remind drivers that roads surrounding the Memorial Day Parade route will be closed at 12:30 p.m. this Sunday. No traffic will be allowed in either direction on Monroe Turnpike between the Town Green and the Monroe Turnpike/Elm Street intersection. All side streets and shopping plazas will also be blocked, preventing vehicles from entering onto the parade route. “Please plan your activities in advance to avoid getting stuck on the day of the parade,” Lt. Kevin McKellick said. The M&T Bank Mile Down the Pike road race will be begin at 12:30, followed by the parade at…

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Monroe Memorial Day Parade traffic advisory, line of march

MONROE, CT — Police remind drivers that roads surrounding the Memorial Day Parade route will be closed at 12:30 p.m. this Sunday. No traffic will be allowed in either direction on Monroe Turnpike between the Town Green and the Monroe Turnpike/Elm Street intersection. All side streets and shopping plazas will…

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Speed Networking: When networking isn’t fast enough

Throughout history, embedded reporters have bravely immersed themselves within military units at times of war to share unique perspectives with the public. I decided to do something a little less dangerous and cover a Speed Networking event in Monroe as a participant, so The Sun’s readers can get a first-hand account of my experience. The Monroe and Greater Valley chambers of commerce teamed up with Power Network to host the 11th Annual Speed Networking event at Whitney Farms on Wednesday evening. Armed with a thick stack of business cards and a killer elevator speech, I was going in. Hi, I’m…

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Masuk softball team heads to title game

STRATFORD, CT — The top seed in the South-West Conference, Masuk High’s softball team will look to claim the conference title when the Panthers take on No. 3 Newtown at DeLuca Field for a Wednesday night, May 22, showdown at 7 p.m. The Panthers, who defeated No. 4 Pomperaug of Southbury 6-2 in the semifinals at DeLuca Monday night, defeated Newtown 7-1 in early May. Pitcher Julia Bacoulis allowed just two hits and one earned run, walked three and struck out 15. At the plate, Bacoulis and Madison Aguirre doubled; Aguirre drove in three of the Panther runs and Bacoulis had…

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