Hurricane Ida remnants continue to soak Brookfield


We are Thursday, September 2. Here’s what’s happening in and around Brookfield today.

First, the weather forecast for the day: Rain in the morning. High: 74 Low: 51.

Brookfield Notebook

  • Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company: “Please take the time to prepare for the torrential rains later today and tonight.” (Facebook)
  • Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company: “Gusty winds, localized heavy rains and a few severe thunderstorms are appearing in the region.” (Facebook)
  • Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company: “This is not good news for the region, I hope the numbers are inflated. As always, do not drive in standing or moving water and watch out for road signs.” (Facebook)
  • Brookfield Library: “If you haven’t already, sign up for our author event with Melissa Shapiro, author of Piglet: The Unexpected Story of a Deaf, Blind, Pink Puppy and His Family. There will even be a demonstration with Piglet himself! You may sign … “(Facebook)
  • Brookfield Library: “September is the month of the registration to the card of the national library!” If you haven’t already, sign up for your Brookfield Library Card and you’ll receive this FREE Information Tote Bag. Stop by anytime and register! bring proof of address. “(Facebook)

Here are today’s best stories in and around Brookfield:

  1. CT School Districts Struggle With Shortage Of School Bus Drivers (News-Times)
  2. Possible flooding in Danbury area as Ida’s remains settle in (Middletown Press)
  3. CT Launches Advertising Campaign to Promote COVID-19 Vaccination [VIDEO] (Room)
  4. First cases of West Nile virus infection discovered this year in CT (patch)
  5. Man accused of attacking Uber driver in Fairfield County (New Canaan Daily Voice)
  6. Former Yankees slugger performs at Ridgefield Playhouse (
  7. Community News: New Milford Library Offering Adult Programs, More (Middletown Press)
  8. Trio arrested with guns in ‘targeted’ Fairfield County attack, police say (Trumbull-Monroe Daily Voice)

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Today in Brookfield

  • Sun Prints Steam Program for Grades 3 to 5 (5:00 p.m.)
  • BOE meeting – Whisconier College (7:00 p.m.)

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