MONROE, CT — After a year of quarantining, distance and hybrid learning, teachers, bus drivers, para educators and others who do work for Monroe public schools, rolled up their sleeves for their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Read More
MONROE, CT — High winds and heavy rains toppled trees and branches Sunday night, causing several full and partial road closures and knocking out power to over 1,000 Eversource customers in town. Read More
MONROE, CT — First Selectman Ken Kellogg announced a change in leadership for emergency management in town, during his update to the Town Council this week.
MONROE, CT — Marc Salomon sat on a bench inside the Town Hall gazebo with his daughter Tuesday afternoon, while waiting for his cellphone to power up at the charging station. Read More
MONROE, Conn. — A middle-aged Wilton resident became the first presumptive Connecticut resident to test positive for coronavirus and is being treated at Danbury Hospital. Read More
Police responded to a two-vehicle-crash with minor injuries at the intersection of Route 110 and Wheeler Road Tuesday afternoon.
Robert Twomey, 22, of Shelton, was heading north on Wheeler Road in his Honda Civic when he stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Route 110 and mistakenly thought it was a four-way-stop, according to police. Read More