Tuesday Mar 4
Bridgewater to start food composting pilot program
The town, in cooperation with the Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority , will begin a town-wide program to recycle food scraps through curbside pickup.
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Prohibition has one last stand in Connecticut
Amendment. However, there are still many towns and counties that ban the sale of alcohol.
P&Z wants info: Plan to revise Bridgewater's zone district held up
Lawrence Weisman, the lawyer who has proposed revisions to the Design Development District regulations on behalf of Bridgewater Associates, discusses the proposal with the Planning and Zoning Commission.
P&Z wants info: Plan to revise Bridgewater's zone district held...
A proposed change to zoning regulations relating to select corporate properties in town remains under review as the Planning and Zoning Commission awaits more information about the impact of the revision.
Chili cook-off warms up Danbury
Chili judge Michael Bick, of Danbury, right, discusses one of the entries in the Sixth Annual Chili Winter Warm Up chili contest with fellow judge Stephan Gerhard, of Bridgewater during the judging of the contest.
Last dry town in Conn. reconsiders
Bridgewater, an affluent bedroom community of 1,700 people tucked into the hills of western Connecticut, may have more at stake in a referendum than bragging rights: The town's average age has risen above 50 and the state is threatening to close the only school.
Shepaug senior's medical mission to Nepal
Taylor Weston, a senior at Shepaug Valley High School, poses with souvenirs from her recent trip to Nepal in her Bridgewater, Conn.
Bridgewater still plans to leave Westport, as zone revision emerges
Bridgewater Associates, among the world's largest hedge funds, still expects to move its headquarters from Westport to Stamford, despite hurdles that have stalled the plan in that city.