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Local attorney Monte Frank was named the vice president of the Connecticut Bar Association during the group's annual luncheon held in Hartford last month at the Connecticut Convention Center.
7 hrs ago | New Haven Independent
Quite a lot of reggae this week, not to mention lots of other good summer vibes, such as pie.
The Howley family of Danbury returns to the boat launch at Danbury Candlewood Park after a day on the lake that included tubing, Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Workers from a Massachusetts company assembled rail and ramp apparatus Thursday on a former vacant lot across from the Danbury Arena, where a long-awaited skate park could open before the new school year.
Laura Haessler, left, and Vicotia Piti, both of Danbury, enjoy a quiet morning at Molten Java, in Bethel, Conn.
10 Brushy Hill Road in Danbury is hosting a moving sale between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Just weeks after 15-month-old Benjamin Seitz of Ridgefield died in a hot car, another local baby was left unattended in a car Wednesday, but this time tragedy was averted.
Manufacturing jobs in Connecticut have plummeted almost in half over the last quarter century, a fact that's had an impact on industrial real estate as former factories are left vacant or converted to other uses.
WWE News: Bret Hart at House Show, Brie Heading to Raw, More Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 07.28.2014 Plus a Booker T training seminar... Interesting.
This file photo shows New Haven Mayor Toni Harp, Cindi Bigelow, CEO of Bigelow Tea and Peyton Patterson, CEO of Bankwell Financial Group at an event organized by the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce at the Matrix in Danbury.
Heather Bond Somers of Groton may have been an unknown candidate for lieutenant governor several months ago, but due to some high-profile missteps by at least one of her opponents Republican voters are giving the newcomer to state politics a second look.
Felipe DosReis, 15, of Danbury, hits a backhand shot during the tennis session of the Danbury Grassroots Tennis & Enrichment Program at the Rogers Park tennis courts in Danbury, Conn.
At 13 years old, Johanna's life was so threatened by gangs in El Salvador that she couldn't leave her home or go to school without fear.
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