Posted September 17, 2014
Joan and Herb Gram talk with Jack Carbonell on the bank of the Hammonasset River. The trio was among the many taking in the new views during the grand opening of Salt Meadow Park on Sept.
Madison held a remembrance service on the Madison Green on Sept. 11 to honor the members of the community lost on Sept. 11, 2001. Here, First Selectman Fillmore McPherson addresses the...
Posted September 11, 2014
A majority of people have no problem with food trucks operating, according to survey results compiled from the town of Madison’s website. Almost 1,750 people took the town up on its...
Posted By: Robyn K, August 31, 2014
Posted By: Lisa D, August 31, 2014
Posted By: Susan Jordan Y, August 22, 2014
Football Falls to New Canaan
The Gates Open at Salt Marsh Park
Madison Remembers 9-11 Victims
Here Come the Sunflowers
Fun Times at the Madison Rotary carnival
Beachcomber Brings a Night of Fun, To Go
Madison Pitches in for Charity
Big Names, Little Venue
Madison Beach & Rec’s Summer Concert Series Going Strong
Celebrating a Purple Harvest at Bauer Park
Fields of Swaying Purple
Hillary Clinton Draws Throngs to Downtown Madison
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Going into the first game of a football season, there can be many questions and...
Just a few years ago, Greg Nobile was a kid putting on Lemonade Gang fundraising...
Former full-time teachers Luke Albertson (English) and Rebecca Pisarski (math) were...
A total of 6 events have been found.
Garlic Festival — 11:00 am; Sat., Sep. 20
Simply Antiques Festival — 10:00 am; Sat., Sep. 20
Sporadicomedy — 9:00 pm; Sun., Sep. 21
Teen Autism Social — 6:00 pm; Tue., Sep. 23
Hoot for Hunger — 6:30 pm; Fri., Sep. 26
Fitch Falcon Marching Band Hosts Band Competition — 6:00 pm; Sat., Sep. 27