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2 hrs ago | News Times
Citing the death of a 43-year-old Danbury man who froze to death last month, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy , D-Conn., on Tuesday urged Congress to provide an additional $300 million to get homeless people off the streets and into housing more quickly.
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6 hrs ago | CBS Local
A private school teacher surrendered to police in Greenwich, Conn. On Tuesday, following allegations that he'd had sexual contact with a child at the school.
10 hrs ago | Ctnewsjunkie.com
Martha Dean, an Avon lawyer and a darling of the Tea Party and the Second Amendment crowd announced Tuesday on her Facebook page that she will run for governor.
14 hrs ago | The Danbury Daily Voice
Connecticut State Police arrested a man on multiple charges after he demolished a house in Danbury without filing for the proper permits, state police officials said.
15 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Todd Oliver & Friends features ventriloquist/comedian Todd Oliver and his pets. The show will be at The Palace Danbury on Saturday, March 15. Oliver was a semi-finalist on iAmericais Got Talenti and has appeared on many other television programs, from iLate Night with David Lettermani to iThe Tonight Show with Jay Leno.i Photo: Contributed Photo ... (more)
21 hrs ago | The Danbury Daily Voice
The name for the third middle school set to open in Danbury in the fall will be Westside Middle School Academy, according to newstimes.com.
Nearly three years after it was first proposed, city officials are moving forward with a plan to have a centralized dispatch center staffed with civilians hired by a third party.
The sex assault case is jeopardized by word that the military may have pursued a trial partly to demonstrate that it does not take such allegations lightly.
Targeting consumers who like fresh and local produce but don't go to farmers' markets, Fresh Nation LLC wants to make the shopping trip an online experience for consumers.
This undated identification file photo provided Wednesday, April 3, 2013, by Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Conn., shows former student Adam Lanza, who carried out the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.
Nearly 200 Danbury students have been named to the Western Connecticut State University's Dean's List for fall 2013.
Six-year-old Jordyn Geanuracos knelt right up front Friday, rapt as Mayor Mark Boughton read Dr. Seuss' "Hop on Pop" at New England Country Day School until the cue came for the mayor's "assistant."
Officially, he remains unidentified, but the homeless man whose body was found off Rose Street on Feb. 27 has now been identified by those who knew him as Francisco Raymundo Perez , a 43-year-old Guatemalan national and father of five who came to Danbury about eight years ago.
The state Department of Social Services has officially removed the "agency in crisis" designation for the city's anti-poverty agency.
A federal magistrate has decided not to sanction a Ridgefield labor attorney who city officials claim was trying to "embarrass" Mayor Mark Boughton by releasing depositions in an ongoing federal lawsuit filed by his former executive assistant.
All bicycle racer and attorney Monte Frank needs to inspire his quest for common-sense gun-control measures is to glance at a painting on his Danbury office wall.