February 2, 2018 - It is with a mixture of emotion that we must inform you that Interceder will cease its service over the coming weeks. For nearly a decade we have been helping you find relevant information across thousands of news and social sources, to keep you abreast of the latest news. We’re a small team of two who have run Interceder outside of our regular day jobs and are intensely proud of what we managed to accomplish over the years. Through a lack of time to maintain the site and growing costs associated with acquiring, indexing, analysing and hosting content we will be shutting down Interceder for good. All things reach a natural end, but we could not be more grateful for the way you made us part of your day, so instead of saying goodbye we would just like to say thank you!

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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Smith, McLachlan pay visit to Shermanof Danbury, Bethel, New Fairfield and Sherman. Several Sherman municipal offic
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 20 days ago
of Danbury, Bethel, New Fairfield and Sherman. Several Sherman municipal officials, including outgoing Selectman Clay Cope and Selectman-Elect Don Lowe also spoke on the panel and offered their thoughts on how this budget would impact... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
After 11 years, there will be a buffer, sediment basin on Fox Run in Shermanto plan the basin, only to have each one come back with projects that were too
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 24 days ago
to plan the basin, only to have each one come back with projects that were too expensive. Then, under First Selectman Clay Cope, the town was awarded a $50,000 state grant in 2013. Grant in hand, Cope tried to resuscitate the project. “We... Read more
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The News-Times
After 11 years, there will be a buffer, sediment basin on Fox Run in Shermanto plan the basin, only to have each one come back with projects that were too
The News-Times / Posted 24 days ago
to plan the basin, only to have each one come back with projects that were too expensive. Then, under First Selectman Clay Cope, the town was awarded a $50,000 state grant in 2013. Grant in hand, Cope tried to resuscitate the project. “We... Read more

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