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Tony Candullo, 70, of South Salem, N.Y., works his hot dog truck on Main Street in Danbury, Conn., Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.
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After months of contention, legislation, and litigation, recordings of the telephone calls made to police during the massacre at the school in Newtown a year ago were released the other day at the order of the state Freedom of Information Commission and a Superior Court judge, and the sky did not fall.
Police are investigating a case of burglary and larceny believed to have taken place Dec. 3 in the Sleepy Hollow area of Newtown, seeking a man suspected of stealing a car, breaking into another car and using stolen credit cards at a local gas station.
The Caraluzzi family is in the process of winning approval for a new grocery store, this one at 102 Mill Plain Road in Danbury with an attached liquor store and a second un-named retail attached.
Left to right in the back row are: Vicki Sosbe, Erin Shaughnessy, Reesa Roccapriore, and Jody Bayer; in the front row are James Hipp and Matt Austin.
The Greater Danbury Continuum of Care, in conjunction with the City of Danbury's Housing Partnership, will host its 7th Annual Project Homeless Connect on Friday, December 13, 2013.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has opened its seventh new test-by-appointment center for learner's permits with Danbury joining Bridgeport, Cheshire, Norwalk, Wethersfield, Hamden and Willimantic.
In this photo taken Oct. 30, 2013, Jeremy Richman looks at a picture of his daughter, Avielle Richman, on his computer screen as he gives a lecture via Skype on behalf of the Avielle Foundation from his Newtown, Conn.
Danbury Public Works road crews fill their trucks with sand and dirt in preparation for snow and ice, Monday, Dec. 09, 2013.
Paul Mannion, left, 33, of Bethel, Conn., makes San Diego-style burritos from scratch at The Green Grunion, Mannion's food truck, on Nov. 15.Photo: Carol Kaliff California may have the sun, warmth and ocean, but who needs any of that when you can have a San Diego-style burrito in Danbury? Food trucks are becoming more and more popular in the food ... (more)
The new high-rise and large boxstore buildings of today require significantly different fire fighting knowledge and techniques than buildings of earlier generations.
Paul Dinto, a lifelong Danbury resident who employs nearly 200 people at the electric company he founded in 1987, won the 2013 Cecil J. Previdi Award.
In a strange legal twist in State Superior Court in Danbury, a jury first convicted then acquitted Robert Bell of all charges in the December 2012 shooting of his wife in New Fairfield, according to the News Times.