The face of the New Milford Village Green has evolved over the years and yet retained much of the same features of the past. In the late 1890s, the west side of the Green along Main Street included the Episcopal Church rectory, above left, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nettleton. The bandstand situated between was shared by the two residences. The two homes were located roughly where the post office is in the early 21st century north to where the Greater New Milford Spectrum office is. The intersection between east and west sides of the Green was eliminated at that spot and another was created across from Boardman Terrace at the end of the 20th century. If you have a “Way Back When” photo to share, contact Deborah Rose at drose@newstimes.com or 860-355-7324.