Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz and state and local officials joined the First Selectwoman in the official opening of the first Weston sidewalks.
A letter from the mayor of Siversk, Ukraine contained an urgent request for assistance that illustrates in stark terms conditions in his city.
Mostly cloudy. ¼–½" rain. Wind gusts up to 25 mph. 52º at night, partly cloudy. Sunny on Sunday, 75º. Mid or low 70s for the week.
The International Festival and Market at Lachat Town Farm, on Saturday, is a showcase of music, goods, food, and cultures around the world.
The fair features good food, good music, games and activities for kids, the Country Kitchen, vendors, artists, and a silent auction.
The series featuring prominent Weston artists debuted with a lively conversation with conductor and composer Steven Mercurio.
On Monday, Connecticut Attorney General William Tong speaks about litigation against Amazon, Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family, and Joseph Bierbaum.
Dante Zacavish passed away peacefully in Wesley Chapel, Florida on June 15. He was an educator, administrator, restaurateur, and more.
Two more vehicles were stolen in Weston in the last ten days, one in broad daylight. Both thefts resembled previous ones.
Dark Winds and The Idol. A police procedural on a Navajo reservation, a salacious, short-lived series about a masochistic pop star.
The cooler the weather gets, the more bears will be out looking for food. Advice about preventing unwelcome visits and dealing with encounters.
The annual carnival at St. Francis of Assisi features games, inflatables, live music, food, drink, craft vendors, drawings, and more.
Westport’s First Selectwoman and Police Chief discuss vehicle thefts and the recent carjacking, and how “prevention is a team effort.”
In updates, the Selectmen heard from the Tree Warden about using wood from the Norfield Oak and his call to “keep squashing” the lanternfly.
A summary of Weston Police Department assignments or call responses and the number of occurrences. Updated weekly.
This bright, fresh colonial charmer seamlessly combines comfort, style and convenience, located near town center and the schools.
Dryers are a leading cause of home fires in the U.S. Nearly 16,000 dryer related fires were reported between 2020-2014.
Some offers risk being summarily dismissed by an agent or owner, costing you an opportunity to buy your dream home.
“There is no need to panic,” says the health district director, but advises that West Nile Virus has been identified in mosquitoes next door.
September was designated the month to highlight the needs of about 200 Connecticut families each year with a child diagnosed with cancer.
For its third year, Norfield Congregational Church celebrated the waning days of summer with its free, week-long, faith-based summer camp.
A quiet memorial was held at Firehouse No. 1 in honor of Weston residents who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Dante Edward Zacavish, 88, passed away peacefully in Wesley Chapel, Florida on June 15. Full obituary.
Patricia Ellen Burrows, 76, passed away unexpectedly on August 14. Full obituary.
Residents of Fanton Hill Road, concerned about speed on their narrow, winding, hilly road, asked for a stop sign.
A huge milestone was reached by Friends of Lachat on Sunday, when the ribbon was cut on the farm’s new building. Story and photos.
16 Weston properties sold in August. 27 sold in the same month last year. Total sales: $18,526,000. Median selling price: $1.04 million.
In the most recent letter, praise for Carol Baldwin and Ellen McCormick upon the opening of a new facility at Lachat Town Farm.
In a Y’s Men podcast, First Selectwoman Samantha Nestor and Friends of Lachat president Carol Baldwin discuss the farm's new facility. Part 2.
The invasive insect is so worrisome to the U.S. Department of Agriculture that the agency asks that if you see one, squash it.
A Superior Court judge denied an appeal seeking to overturn the Conservation Commission’s approval of the Town’s modified plan to build a dog park.
“An unsettling trend of stolen motor vehicles during daylight hours is emerging,” according to Weston Police, who encourage precautions.
The fundraising effort continues, but nearly $2 million contributed before the July 31 deadline relieves pressure and builds for the future.
The eviction order is stayed for an appeal. Meanwhile, Laura Friedman sought to delay a hearing and Anthony Villano was arrested.
Ms. Fracasso, of Wells Hill Farm, was honored by Aspetuck Land Trust for planting hundreds of pollinator-friendly plants and shrubs.
Dawn Rivera and Michael Guido were elected members of the Republican Town Committee, which “has new energy,” says its chairman.
The Republican Town Committee seeks a candidate for appointment to the Conservation Commission and candidates for other boards.
“Why concentrate on negativity when you can use that energy for the positive?” says Mr. Wilhelm.
The projects include long-planned infrastructure improvements to facilities, amenities, roads and bridges in various locations around town.
The handy Know Your Town directory of Town officials and staff is updated regularly by the Weston League of Women Voters.
Funds already raised in the ongoing effort will send vital equipment, where the lone unscathed building — the hospital — was shelled.
Mr. Bamonte, a partner at Berchem Moses PC, has been recognized as a New Leader in the Law by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
In a video interview, the candidates discuss the opportunities they see ahead and the skills and experience they bring to the table.
July was a big month for 13 year-old Weston golfer Sadie Lee, who excelled in tournaments and formed an all-girls PGA Jr. League squad.
On July 25, Weston Democrats endorsed candidates for the municipal elections, unanimously approving a recommended slate.
A Superior Court judge ordered the eviction of Laura Friedman and Anthony Villano, who occupied the property for most of two years, despite a sale.
On July 19, Weston Republicans endorsed candidates for the municipal elections, unanimously approving a recommended slate.
Westport’s First Selectwoman and police chief discussed their trip to Lyman, Ukraine, where at least seven died in artillery strikes on Saturday.
The Weston initiative to come to the aid of Siversk, Ukraine formally launched, one day after the leaders of the two towns met again virtually.
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.