The Town of Weston no longer has a Board of Ethics, at least not one with members. The last two resigned on May 30 and are sharply critical of two Selectmen.
Hundreds lined the streets in the center of town for the Weston Volunteer Fire Department’s annual Memorial Day Parade. See the photos in a slideshow.
Mostly sunny. A 50 percent chance of rain. At night, low 57º, mostly cloudy. 68º and mostly cloudy on Saturday, 69º on Sunday.
The annual Memorial Day 5K drew hundreds of runners and walkers on the scenic route around the center of town. See the photos in a slideshow.
Parks & Rec's plans for pickleball near the Onion Barn appear to be dead, withdrawn midstream of P&Z's deliberations by the two Selectmen in a contentious meeting.
Voters will discuss and decide on drawing $4.5 million from the unreserved fund balance to modernize the land mobile radio system used by all emergency responders.
On Golden Pond and Book Club, The Next Chapter. James Naughton on stage as a retired professor, Jane Fonda and friends travel to Italy.
The price on the supply side of residential bills will nearly halve. A rise on the delivery side may offset some of the reduction.
First Selectwoman Nestor met with Mayor Alexei Vorobyov of Siversk, Ukraine to discuss a Sister City Partnership. A committee will organize Weston's efforts to help Siversk.
The Weston Police report the discovery of a human body on May 23 at the Saugatuck Reservoir, a female in her 60s from a nearby town.
A statement intended to be delivered to the Selectmen last November defending the Tax Collector from unfounded accusations.
A win in the 4x800 meter relay and strong individual performances propelled the team to its finish in the South-West Conference meet.
The Weston Trojans boys tennis team prevailed over teams from seven other towns to win the South-West Conference Championship.
In a Y’s Men podcast, First Selectwoman Samantha Nestor discusses Weston’s Sister City Partnership with Siversk, Ukraine.
A summary of Weston Police Department assignments or call responses and the number of occurrences. Updated weekly.
This mid-century modern home is arguably the finest example in town. Completely renovated and updated, furniture and artwork included.
Dryers are a leading cause of home fires in the U.S. Nearly 16,000 dryer related fires were reported between 2020-2014.
Sales Associate Robert Appell describes the home inspection process for buyers and sellers: what it is, how it works, and what to expect.
Probate Judge Lisa Wexler received the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association’s Liberty Bell Award on Law Day, accompanied by Weston students.
Perhaps the most dazzling feature of Weston is Weston itself. If only we could see it from way up in the sky. Well, we can. In only eleven minutes, on video. Come fly with us.
Weston residents aim to drive awareness of NF (neurofibromatosis), which affects some 2½ million people worldwide and has no cure.
The handy Know Your Town directory of Town officials and staff is updated regularly by the Weston League of Women Voters.
After a hiatus, “The Arts in Bloom in Weston” returns to Emmanuel Church on June 3. Artists are invited to submit works in various media.
Former Selectman Stephan Grozinger now chairs the Republican Town Committee, which also named a new executive board.
Weston Intermediate School teacher Tara Rice won this year’s Elizabeth W. Stokes Founder’s Award from the Weston Education Foundation.
The annual Reservoir Run, a Kiwanis fundraising half marathon and 5K, runs in October. Runners and sponsored can sign up now.
Weston baseball players in grades 7–10 can move up to playing on a full-sized 60/90 field in the Babe Ruth Baseball summer season.
Covid-19 will be handled the same as other respiratory diseases. Costs for tests, vaccinations, and treatments will transition to traditional healthcare coverage.
Westport First Selectwoman Jen Tooker introduces Wendy Petty, Westport’s new director of the Center for Senior Activities.
Sen. Maher and Rep. Hughes discussed "a delicate fight" about a surplus, worker shortages, state services, early voting, housing, and business.
Volunteers are needed who can lend a hand as a reliable point of contact in times of emergencies. They also offer support, especially to those who may be vulnerable.
A reception on Saturday marked the opening of “Black and White,” a Weston Library Photography Club exhibition that runs through June in the Community Room.
The mill rate rises by less than three-tenths of a percent. The Board of Finance briefly deferred acting on the land mobile radio system.
25 Weston properties sold in April, compared to 18 sold in in the same month a year ago. Total sales: $26,828,082. Average warranty deed sale (house): $1.15 million.
In the most recent letter, thanks to emergency responders and neighbors after "a phone call that no mother wants to receive."
The popular concert series at the Weston History & Culture Center opens the season on June 4 with features and activities for all ages.
Ms. Brodlie won the Kiwanis club's Millie Best Environmental Award for her efforts to support nature preserves and combat invasives.
Budgets for operating the Town and school district and for capital expenditures were overwhelmingly approved by voters.
Kara Sabbagh, previously on staff at the New Fairfield Free Public Library, becomes Weston's Children’s and Teen Services Librarian on May 1.
First and second grade boys and girls in Scouts programs learned about safety on bicycles from Weston Police officers.
The slate put forth by the Democratic Town Committee recommends reelecting First Selectwoman Samantha Nestor and electing Tony Pesco to the Board of Selectmen.
The transformation of the historic Coley House into the 1940s earned the prestigious Award of Merit from the Connecticut League of History Organizations.
State Senator Ceci Maher said action by the Bond Commission will cover a portion of costs for the town's police body and dash camera systems.
Linda DeMarco, 82, passed peacefully at home on April 13. Full obituary.
Carole Soloff, 80, passed away on February 1, peacefully in her home. Full obituary.
As the Selectmen consider removing members of the Board of Ethics after a complaint against Amy Jenner was mishandled, a mea culpa from the board chair.
Two seats are open to the public on a committee recently formed at Town Hall to research Weston groundwater and educate the town about how to protect it.
Petitions to the Freedom of Information Commission invoke a law enacted in 2018 to provide relief to agencies suffering abuse of FOIA.
The gathering was a memorable opportunity to socialize, enjoy music, bid on impressive auction items, and hear from the organization’s top volunteers.
The town’s Veterans Committee asks for information about Weston residents who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Friends and fans of the Weston Public Library gathered on Saturday to meet and greet Ian Parsells, the library’s new director.
The first phase of plans to build a network of sidewalks around the center of town is officially in motion. An outreach to key state officials closed a funding shortfall.
The full three-mile length of Lyons Plain Road, from Davis Hill Road to the town line bordering Westport, is set for rehabilitation in the spring of 2024.
In our latest interview with realtors from KMS Team at COMPASS, we learn that very few Weston homes are on the market. Those that are tend to sell quickly, and for high prices.
Republicans interested in serving the community are asked to consider one of the major boards and commissions on the ballot in November.
Sabrina Guerra, a ten-year-old autistic non-speaker, was honored by Senator Chris Murphy for her winning entry to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Essay Contest.
The Weston League of Women Voters “Speak Up” program covered a number of topics, bringing clarity to matters like bonding for facilities, the status of the Senior Center, and more.
No one was injured in a house fire on Hemlock Ridge on Saturday, but the home was destroyed. Fire also damaged a nearby home. Full report, video, and photos.
The Freedom of Information Commission unanimously approved denying hearing two FOIA complaints from two frequent filers who opened their case by berating the Commission.
Taxpayers are on the hook for legal fees approaching $250,000 due to FOIA complaints brought by two residents. The state Commission's director wants to stop two new ones.
Children who will turn five years of age on or before January 1, 2024 are eligible to begin kindergarten next fall. Online registration is now open.
The Town’s Board of Ethics ruled that Selectwoman Amy Jenner violated the Code of Ethics. The way they went about it was deemed “a very significant violation.”
The union president is “furious” and dismayed at the vote by the two Selectmen, one of whom is named in the complaint. Further action is planned.
Now online, ChooseEV includes information about available models, tax incentives, potential savings, home charging options, and locations of public charging stations.
The union objects to Selectwoman Amy Jenner’s public criticism of the Tax Collector. Union president Mark Harper has asked to address the Selectmen on Thursday.
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