THOMASTON — The Thomaston Car Show on Sunday, September 8, benefited the Thomaston Police Explorers. The car show is the primary source of funding for the program. The late Thomaston Police Officer Terry Hawley founded the event in 1991. Originally, the event took place behind Town Hall with around 50 cars. Since then, it has moved to Main Street because of the increase in cars over the years.
On this week’s episode of Talk of the Town, Watertown Chief of Police John Gavallas talks about his 50 years of service to the Watertown Police Department and his experiences throughout the years. Also, during the episode Chief Gavallas focuses on the future of the department and its current programs like DARE and the Citizen Police Academy.
WATERBURY — Natan Bauman, Ed.D., M.S., Eng., FAAA, an audiologist, inventor, and founder of Hearing, Balance and Speech Center, 171 Grandview Ave., was inspired by the words of Helen Keller, who once said she would choose to have her hearing if she could regain one of the two senses she was denied in life.
WATERTOWN - On his first pass attempt of 2019, Watertown High School quarterback Xavier Powell was picked off by Derby High School Antonio Degraca.
WOODBURY — New Morning Songwriter’s Series will return at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 28, with an evening of the region’s finest songwriters featuring Anne Marie Menta, Richard Neal, Susan Kane and Kyle Hancharick. The series focuses on singer-songwriters and includes both local and touring acts in an “in the round” format where the artists take turns performing their songs.
The Watertown Library is hosting a Constitution Week display through Monday, September 23. To help celebrate the occasion, Daughters of the American Revolution Trumbull-Porter Chapter member and Constitution Week Chair Judy Maier (left), Town Council member Katherine C. Duplissie and DAR Trumbull-Porter Chapter Regent Freda Carreiro presented a proclamation from the Town Council to recognize the event.