Southbury Daily: Power Outages + Adoptable Pets

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Hey, Southbury! It’s me again, Al Branch, your host of the Southbury Daily.

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First, today’s weather:

Partly cloudy throughout the day. High: 72 Low: 53.

Here are the top stories today in Southbury:

  1. 200 Still Without Power In Southbury Thursday: Eversource (Southbury Patch)
  2. Ida causes overnight flooding in greater Bridgeport and the Valley (CTPost)
  3. ‘A total loss’: New Milford home of town council member destroyed by fire (Middletown Press)
  4. Country Fair, Though Smaller Than Usual, Is Highly Anticipated (Orange Town News)
  5. Southbury Area Pets Waiting To Be Adopted: Poppy, Peta & More (Southbury Patch)
  6. Ida’s Remnants Flood New Haven (New Haven Independent)
  7. Beacon Falls P&Z opens hearings on proposed housing development (My Citizens News)

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Today near Southbury:

  • Warehouse Thrift “You Choose Sale” (11:00 AM)

Southbury Patch Notebook

  • Gainfield Elementary School PTO: “There are only a few days left to order Gainfield spirit wear! Items range from $3-$30. Use the link in comments to place your order and let us know if you have any questions!” (Facebook)
  • Region 15 Schools: “Region 15 is looking to hire Food Service Workers (Part-time positions available). Family friendly Monday thru Friday schedule, Paid illness time and Annual uniform allowance! Follow the link to apply:…” (Facebook)
  • Southbury Public Library: “George Washington’s Farewell Address, 1796 This September marks the 225th anniversary of this wonderful literary effort by the first President (he did have assistance from Alexander Hamilton). This fascinating address is rife with progno…” (Facebook)
  • Southbury Music Studio: “ONLY THE BEST TEACHERS – Our teachers are professional musicians and educators. Most have undergraduate or graduate degrees in music performance and/or music education, and all have extensive professional training. https://southburymusic…” (Facebook)
  • Town of Southbury: “Southbury Farmer’s Market Today!” (Facebook)

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Al Branch

About me: I am a veteran journalist and Connecticut native with more than 30 years of experience covering municipal governments, education, politics and a host of other topics. A few years ago, I realized how much I missed the world of hyperlocal journalism, and I was fortunate to be hired by Patch in 2013.

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