Ice storm brings slippery road conditions, leads to school closings

MONROE, CT — Freezing rain and slippery road conditions led to spin outs, minor fender-benders and traffic delays Wednesday morning. Amid the unsafe wintery conditions, Superintendent of Schools Joseph Kobza decided to close the schools and First Selectman Ken Kellogg allowed Town Hall staff to make their own decisions about driving to work based on their commutes. 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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MONROE, CT — The Save Our Stepney (SOS) Task Force and Frosty the Snowman will light up Stepney Green, at the intersection of routes 59 and 25, on Saturday, Dec. Read More

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MONROE, CT — Monroe police officers collected nonperishable donations for a food drive benefiting the Monroe Food Pantry Saturday.

Officers were stationed in the Village Square Shopping Center parking lot for several hours and got an assist when Masuk High School football players showed up with donations. Read More

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Veterans Day Ceremony

MONROE, CT — The public is invited to a ceremony on Stepney Green, commemorating Veterans Day and acknowledging and remembering veterans contributions and sacrifices, Thursday, Nov. Read More

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Apple Festival this weekend

MONROE, CT — St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s annual Apple Festival is coming back to the Green at the corner of Fan Hill Road and Monroe Turnpike this Saturday, from 10 a.m. Read More