These scarecrows mean business

MONROE, CT — A scarecrow display along the driveway at Great Hollow Lake highlights local businesses participating in a friendly contest, which is raising money to send children to camp. Read More

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First Selectman’s Golf Outing

MONROE, CT — First Selectman Ken Kellogg’s charity, the Monroe First Foundation, announced that the First Selectman’s Golf Outing will be held at Whitney Farms Golf Course on Friday, Sept.

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Firefighters move woman to tears

MONROE, CT — Gail and John Vena were watching TV in the bedroom of their house on Hawthorne Drive on Memorial Day, when a neighbor saw smoke coming from their home and dialed 911. Read More

Lamont relaxes COVID-19 restrictions as case rates stabilize

MONROE, CT — Monroe’s rate of new COVID-19 cases stabilized as Gov. Ned Lamont loosens restrictions in Connecticut.

Though masks and social distancing restrictions remain in place, First Selectman Ken Kellogg said Lamont announced a significant relaxation of  restrictions, which will take effect on March 19.

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