Narcan training offered to public

Responding to the dramatic increase in opioid overdoses statewide, local agencies are partnering to offer critical life safety training to the public. A training on Narcan (Naloxone) administration will be held on April 12, at 6 p.m., at United Way of Milford, 20 Evergreen Avenue in Milford. Narcan is an emergency treatment used to reverse life-threatening effects associated with an … read more

Curtain Call: Clay & Wattles not ‘Fiddling’ around

The Gary-The Olivia Theater at the Abbey of Regina Laudis in Bethlehem located just outside of Woodbury is a wonderful outdoor theater with covered roof and comfortable seats. Set in a picturesque woodland, the theater continues to provide quality productions. Putting on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof” by Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick and Joseph Stein is always a … read more

Recycling Inc. appeal continued to September 8

  An application before the Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday night regarding a controversial recycling facility at 990 Naugatuck Avenue was continued to the board’s Sept. 8 meeting. State Rep. Kim Rose, who attended this week’s meeting, said the application was continued because the applicant wanted time to gather more information regarding the appeal. Rose, who was active in fighting … read more

Milford housing: The story of David and Goliath

To the Editor: Another example of the story of David and Goliath — this time in Milford, Connecticut. David — residents of the area around Wheelers Farms Road and East Rutland Road. Goliath — a corporate developer from New Jersey expecting to change zoning laws to enable them to build 180 apartments in a totally rural single-family neighborhood that is … read more