‘Mrs. Monroe’ lauded for efforts

  When Kay Inderdohnen first moved to Monroe in 1961, John F. Kennedy was president…

Borchers leaves behind a strong library legacy

  Margaret Borchers walked out of Edith Wheeler Memorial Library last Friday, her last as…

More than 1,300 people walked on Fairfield's Post Road last Saturday for CFJ's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes — Donovan Doughty for The Center for Family Justice.

‘Walk a Mile’ draws record crowd

Led by Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara, this year’s walk showcased the role men, boys and widespread community support can play in helping to break the cycles of sexual violence.

Monroe’s Casey earns Royal honor

Officers from the Pyramid Shrine Temple selected Monroe resident Donald M. Casey, Jr., left, as…

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