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Jewish Home wants to buy South Park site

Longtime Easton neighbor the Jewish Home for the Elderly in Fairfield is offering $6.1 million to the town for the former Running Brook Farm, a 29-acre property on South Park Avenue the town bought in 2008 for $6.1 million. The idea calls for 260 units total, with 200 independent living apartments and a mix of […]

Tom Rosenbauer in Avon

Tuesday, Nov. 25, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., the folks at Orvis of Avon are hosting an evening with Tom Rosenbauer specifically for area club members (TU, FRAA, CFFA & HFFA). Tom will speak about a variety of topics and sign books. Light refreshments will be served. Don’t miss this! Tom Rosenbauer, host of the Orvis […]

Dredging begins on Mill River

Work has begun on the removal of contamination from the Mill River. Click here to read an article in the Fairfield Sun.

TU scientist discusses climate change on show

Jack Williams, Ph.D., senior scientist for Trout Unlimited, talked about TU’s national Climate Change Committee on the Oct. 30 episode of “Yankee Fisherman,” hosted by Nutmeg TU member John Kovach, on hanradio.com. Williams discussed TU’s position on climate change and the work of its committee. Williams also serves on the Board of Directors of the […]

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