As the mercury drops, Project Warmth needs a fill up

MONROE, CT — A dusting of snow fell upon the region Tuesday morning as temperatures dropped to 36 degrees Fahrenheit. The winter chill may influence decisions to crank up the thermostat, rather than pulling on a warm sweater to get by, though some financially strapped families don’t have that option. Read More

Knit and Crochet Club enjoys creating clothing for charity

MONROE, CT — If you stop by the Monroe Senior Center on a Friday morning you will see an enthusiastic group of volunteers happily and busily knitting and crocheting, talking, laughing, and having a good time while creating a variety of hats, scarves, fingerless gloves, lapghans, baby booties and “bookworm” bookmarks. Read More

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Traffic Report

Drivers can expect lane closers, alternating traffic and some delays for utility work along Pepper Street through Jan. 14, according to the latest traffic impact report from the Monroe Public Works Department.

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