MONROE, CT — Parks and Recreation Director Missy Orosz and First Selectman Ken Kellogg served slices of pizza to children under Wolfe Park’s Rotary Pavilion Friday morning. Read More
MONROE, CT — Construction vehicles will need an access road to reach a worksite for a project to add two new ball fields at Wolfe Park. Read More
MONROE, CT — A small ceremony on Stepney Green Friday morning celebrated the donation of a Fringe tree from the Save Our Stepney Task Force on Arbor Day, as well as the town of Monroe’s continued status as a Tree Town USA community. Read More
MONROE, CT — Town Council members unanimously approved a rate increase in the town’s agreement with American Medical Response, which provides a paramedic intercept, while assisting the Monroe Volunteer Emergency Medical Service on advanced life support calls.
MONROE, CT — Karen Musante was bundled up for the cold weather, while taking a walk at Wolfe Park with her daughter, Christy Davis, and her one-year-old grandson, Michael, Wednesday morning. Read More
MONROE, CT — Families taking a drive through the Great Hollow Lake section of Wolfe Park will see a brilliant fall display this October, as a creative lineup of scarecrows designed by Monroe businesses line the route. Read More
MONROE, CT — This season, Summer Fun Days Camp learned how to advance its mission to “Play, laugh and learn together” while safely distanced apart, and provide campers a sense of summertime normalcy amidst the covid-19 pandemic.
MONROE, CT — Volunteers participating in the Mini Coopers Food Drive Challenge did curbside pickups from 90 addresses, representing 138 homes, to bring over 2,250 pounds of donations to the Monroe Food Pantry last weekend. Read More
MONROE, CT — Parks and Recreation Director Missy Orosz came up with a plan to open the Wolfe Park pool this season, despite social distancing guidelines meant to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Read More