Friday Apr 11
'The Glass Menagerie' in
Fresh off of its recent Broadway revival, Tennessee Williams' classic, "The Glass Menagerie," kicks off Town Players' 2014 season on Friday, April 25. A faded, tragic remnant of Southern gentility, Amanda Wingfield lives in poverty in a drab, gloomy St. Louis apartment with her adult children, Tom and Laura.
The U.S. Postal Service has released new forever stamps that show a number of songbirds including the western meadowlark, considered North Dakota's bird.
Debra Hrelic of Bridgewater has been promoted to a full professor at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, N.Y. A professor of nursing, she has taught at the school since 2001.
Door-to-door composting program
Maybe not in the country, but in Connecticut, definitely: Bridgewater is the first town in the state to offer residential curbside pickup of food waste -- material like lettuce leaves, table scraps, moldy bread and chicken bones.
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Birders won't have to press their eyes to binoculars to see these birds. Ten colorful songbirds are featured on a new series of postage stamps the U.S. Postal Service is issuing Saturday in partnership with the Audubon Society.
Door-to-door composting pilot program starts
Students watch as organic waste is deposited into a truck during the kick-off of the Curbside Organic Pilot Program at The Burnham School in Bridgewater, Conn.
Cartus garners "Corporate Volunteer
The global relocation firm garnered the Corporate Volunteer Award at United Way's Hometown Heroes Benefit on March 21, hosted in the Matrix corporate center in Danbury.