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11 hrs ago | News Times
More than 32 million U.S. households belong to people who live on their own -- a larger share of the population than at any other time in American history.
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15 hrs ago | News Times
Paul Bruce is stepping into an executive spot at Union Savings Bank in Danbury. The interim financial controller has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer, the bank announced on Thursday.
16 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Three juveniles have been arrested in connection with a fight in the food court in a crowded the Danbury Fair mall on the day after Thanksgiving that frightened shoppers and prompted a large emergency response, police said on Thursday.
18 hrs ago | The Newtown Bee
Members of Newtown Clergy Association have announced plans for the town's faith communities to offer services and support for residents in upcoming weeks, as the first anniversary of 12/14 approaches.
22 hrs ago | News Times
The third annual Traditional Christmas Open House weekend will highlight vintage toys and old-time Christmas decorations at the Brookfield Museum , 165 Whisconier Road, Sat, Dec. 14, and Sun, Dec. 15, from noon to 4 p.m. Model trains in a winter display, and Christmas musical classics played by antique music boxes will help set the stage for ... (more)
Yesterday | Connecticut Post
Alexander Lee, 21, appears in superior court in Danbury, Conn, on Wednesday , December 4, 2013,for his arraignment on charges he fled the scene after a cyclist from Weston hit his car on Route 302 in Bethel earlier this year.
Photo: Office Of The State's Attorney J 083- Front of SHES Photos from the Report of the State's Attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury on the Shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and 36 Yoganda Street, Newtown Connecticut.
The Giving Fund is underway for 2013. It's an easy way to help your neighbor meet a specific need that will improve his or her life right away, providing a much-needed boost that often renews the recipient's hope for the future.
Anne Alzapiedi, an employee of the First Selectman's Office, distributes discs containing the recording of 911 calls from Sandy Hook Elementary the morning of the shooting, inside the law office of Cohen and Wolf in Danbury, Conn.
A Victorian Tea will be held at The Danbury Museum & Historical Society on Thursday, Dec. 5, through Sunday, Dec. 8, at noon each day.
Play It By Ear a cappella group performed in the Western Connecticut State University Student Center Plaza on the university's Midtown campus in Danbury, Conn.
Five new members of the City Council helped table a proposal Tuesday night that would provide a tax deferral for a major downtown building project.
Members of the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce will present the Previdi Award to a local businessman during an annual luncheon that will be held on Friday, Dec. 13 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel .
Attorney John Gulash and Robert Bell react to the reading of a not guilty verdict on manslaughter at Danbury Superior Court in Danbury, Conn.
Gavin Blatt of Danbury visits with Santa on his special coach after riding on the Santa Express train at the Danbury Railway Museum.
Anna Hyatt Huntington's sculpture depicting Sybil Ludington's ride to warn the Colonial militia that the British were burning Danbury, Conn.
Operation While Under the Influence Toby James Smith, 19, of 42 Great Meadow Ln., Avon, was charged with operation while under the influence, operating under the influence under the age of 21 and failure to drive in the proper lane on Nov. 25. Police issued Smith a $1,500 non-surety bond.