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Candlewood Lake Featured In National List

One popular local area has made the list of the top ‘Most Instagram-Worthy’ locales in the country. The number one spot in the nation, according to the study conducted by the New Jersey Real Estate Network, is Central Park in New York. Number one here in Connecticut is Candlewood Lake. Candlewood Lake is the largest […]

Recreational Cannabis May Be Over Almost Before It Gets Rolling

The legal cannabis industry here in Connecticut is still young, but for some dispensaries, it may be over already. The one-year anniversary for retail sales for recreational cannabis in Connecticut is approaching, but now lenders and tax advisors say many companies could end up in receivership due to the Internal Revenue Service. Cannabis is still […]

Governor’s Home Open Today & Saturday

Governor Ned Lamont and First Lady Annie Lamont invite all Connecticut residents to attend the 33rd annual holiday open house being held today and Saturday at the Governor’s Residence in Hartford. There is no admittance fee and tickets are not needed. Monetary donations however, will be accepted on behalf of Operation E.L.F., an annual fundraising […]

Criminal Charges May Be Looming Involving Ticket Scandal

A federal Grand Jury has convened and is now considering criminal charges in connection with the state police ticket scandal here in Connecticut. The whole thing revolves around allegations that dozens of Connecticut State Police troopers may have falsified tens of thousands of traffic tickets. The grand jury is now believed to be looking into […]

Holiday Pops Offered This Weekend

Western Connecticut State University’s Department of Music is planning a full weekend of holiday music to get you in a festive holiday mood. This Saturday and Sunday at 3pm in the Veronica Hagman Concert Hall at the university’s Visual and Performing Arts Center in Danbury… ‘Holiday Pops’ will be presented. Tickets purchased online are $15 […]

Ridgefield Cell Tower Cancelled

In Ridgefield, the contract for a controversial cell phone tower that was planned to be built on a golf course has been cancelled. Town officials have decided to void a lease agreement that was signed last month to build the tower on the golf course because they said the town didn’t properly notify residents of […]

Putman Organizations Benefit From Opioid Settlement Funds

Putnam County Executive Kevin Byrne has announced that 5 local organizations who had applied to receive opioid settlement funds would be granted more than $700,000 in funding. The community providers that applied were PeopleUSA; St Christopher’s Inn; Green Chimney; CoveCare; and the Putnam County Prevention Council.

Youngblood Joins Brookfield School Board

The Brookfield Board of Education has a new Chairperson. Wendy Youngblood, a vote of 4 to 3, beat board member Joy Greenstein to take the position. Youngblood replaces Bob Belden, who stepped down from the school board after he was elected selectman in the November election. Youngblood has been a teacher for 18 years, and […]

Wrapping At The Mall Fundraiser Now Going On

Housatonic  Habitat’s annual “Wrapping at the Mall” fundraiser is on now, and it runs through December 24 at the Danbury Fair Mall. They call it one of their biggest fundraisers of the year. Last year Habitat raised more than $10,000 by wrapping gifts, and this year they hope to top that amount. Shoppers donate $5 […]

Leaf Blowers Get Reprieve In Ridgefield

A proposal that would have restricted the use of gas powered leaf blowers in Ridgefield has been withdrawn. The withdrawal comes after a massive backlash from residents and landscapers, and it means a public hearing that had been set for December 13, and town meeting scheduled for January 3rd to address it, have been canceled.