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Alves Takes Oath

On Thursday evening, Roberto Alves was sworn in as Danbury’s 1st Latino mayor and the first Democrat to lead Danbury City Hall in 22 years. Alves was sworn into office during a ceremony during a ceremony last evening at Rogers Park Middle School in Danbury. The new mayor promised “an open door and partnership.” Along […]

Brookfield Budget Busted

A developing money problem in Brookfield… The budget for deputy registrars of voters there runs dry this week. The main reason according to town officials, is that the employees are on track to have worked about three times more hours than they are authorized to work under the town’s spending plan for the entire fiscal […]

Ridgefield Leaf Blowers Under Attack

Officials in Ridgefield are said to be considering a proposal that would restrict gas-powered leaf blowers. There will be a public hearing on December 13th, followed by a town meeting on January 3rd, to go over details of a plan that would limit the use of gas-powered leaf blowers to six-week spring and six-week fall […]

Rotary Club Planning Big Breakfast This Weekend

The Newtown Rotary Club is holding an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast Saturday from 8 to noon at the Alexandria Room at the Edmond Town Hall on Main Street in Newtown. Tickets are $10 per adult, and $5 per child. The menu includes homemade pancakes, Butcher’s Best famous sausages, Maple Craft Foods award-winning maple syrup, and freshly […]

Scary Moments In Newtown

In Newtown, police today are continuing their investigation into what is being called “a threatening message which made reference to Sandy Hook School” that was received Thursday morning. While Newtown police now say the threat wasn’t credible, and it was more in the line of a so-called “swatting incident”, they are trying to track it […]

Vehicle Registration Scofflaws Targeted

If you live in Connecticut but have your vehicle registered out of state, thinking you will save a few dollars, think again. Private agents are hunting for misregistered vehicles in Connecticut in so-called “motor vehicle compliance programs” that are aimed at trying to recoup revenue lost by people who register their vehicles elsewhere skirt local […]

$100,000 Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Danbury

As the old saying goes, “you have to play to win!” The latest area winner in the Connecticut State Lottery is a man from Southbury, who has only been identified as “Antonio D” by the state lottery, bought a lottery ticket in Danbury that paid out a winning worth $100,000. The man played CASH5 and […]

Bicyclist Seriously Injured In Danbury Accident

A crash involving a car and a bicycle that happened on Mill Plain Road is under investigation by Danbury Police. Here’s what we know so far. A man who was riding a bicycle was taken to the hospital to be treated for what police termed a “severe” head injury after the crash that happened last […]

Open House To Be Offered At Governor’s Residence

Governor Ned Lamont and First Lady Annie Lamont invite all Connecticut residents to attend the 33rd annual holiday open house at the Governor’s Residence, which will be decorated for the season and open to the public for tours. The open house will be held from 10am to 2pm on Friday, December 8th and again on […]

Henry Kissinger Dies At 100 In His Connecticut Home

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died Wednesday at his home in Connecticut. Kissinger served as U.S. Secretary of State under the Nixon and Ford administrations…. Henry Kissinger was 100 years old.

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