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In Sandy's Aftermath, What's Open in New Milford

With most of the power still out in town, not much is open; Berkley School open Saturday for warming up and charging electronics.

Sandy slammed New Milford, leaving thousands without power and trees down all over town leaving almost all of the restaurants closed for business all week. Garden Cafe and Jersey Boys on Henley are open for business. So is Pancho's on Main Street, but they are running on generators.

Borderline Bagels on Madison has been the morning spot to get hot coffee and bagels, catch up on conversation with neighbors in the north end of town, and get warm.

As for convenience stores, Krauszer's on River Road and Welsh Farms on Henley are both open, but have limited supplies since deliveries have been delayed due to Sandy.

CVS across from the Brookchester Apartments had power returned late Friday afternoon.

Borough officials turned the Berkley School into a charging center, where people can charge their electronics and get some work done. It also has heat, so come if you just want a place to warm up.

As restaurants and stores begin to open, let us know.

Charles Brown November 03, 2012 at 11:09 AM
Ann, you left out New Milford Bagels on River Road and Voorhis. That has been open since Tuesday and is also a huge spot for conversation and to catch-up. It has been a savior for many of us.
Ann Piccirillo November 03, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Thank you Charles! The Bagel stores have been such a great day-time hub for storm-weary residents.
David Bednarcik November 03, 2012 at 06:59 PM
Thank u Ann and patch

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