SOUTHBURY — The Board of Selectmen, meeting Thursday, January 23, exited an Executive Session and voted unanimously to authorize First Selectman Jeff Manville to sign an option to purchase agreement between the town and the owners of the Edgewood Bath and Tennis Club, 100 North Benson Rd., Middlebury. According to the agreement, the town will pay a $3,000 non-refundable fee to the owners of Edgewood to secure an option to purchase the entire facility, including land and equipment, for $2,000,000.

Southbury residents who participated in the Women’s March on Saturday, January 18, in Kent included (from left) Jim Templeton, Vivian Templeton, Ed Edelson, Christine Edelson, Barbara Mechler, Mary Doherty, Mariana Coelho, Susan Boritz, Barbara Wheeler, Monica Pullano and Rich Boritz. Also pictured is Gabby, the Boritzes’ adorable labradoodle puppy, whose family calls her an ardent feminist.

SOUTHBURY — Corrigan Motors, a fixture for 60 years on Southbury’s Main Street South, has moved to new quarters at 120 Bullet Hill Rd. North. Corrigan Motors was established in 1960 by Bob Corrigan. Brian Todd partnered with Bob in 2005 and bought the business outright in 2008. “We do everything,” said Brian, “all types of maintenance and repairs, on all types of vehicles — European, Asian and domestic. We don’t turn much away.”

SOUTHBURY — Kenneth J. Coon, 90, of Southbury, passed away Sun…

SOUTHBURY — Bertrand Boyson, 90, died Tuesday, January 21, 202…