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The Hartford Courant
First CT Officer To Be Charged With Murder Dies
The first Connecticut officer to be charged with murder while acting in the line of duty has been found dead at the age of 41.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Westport Daily Voice
Danbury's Sharon Pereira Closes In On IDEAL Degree
Danbury's Sharon Pereira is about a year away from attaining a college degree through the University of Bridgeport's IDEAL program.
Sun May 19, 2013
Passenger dies after Danbury mall crash
One person was killed and a second injured after what police said was a high-speed accident at the Danbury Fair mall Saturday afternoon.
Section a spotlight on community's good works
Philanthropy comes in many forms but the end result is the same -- goodwill and good works that in some measure better the lives of those in need.
Sat May 18, 2013
A philanthropist who seeks to 'pay it forward'
Sharon J. Danosky, president of Danosky & Associates, is photographed in her office in New Milford, Conn., Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Regular Danbury Metro-North service in place
Metro-North's Danbury branch is operating its regular schedule, and bus service will be in effect between Waterbury and Bridgeport but with no train connection.
In Danbury, hundreds walk, run for Sandy Hook educators
What started as a small idea at a Rogers Park Middle School lunch table in December blossomed into a community event that rocked the city Saturday.
Flag project to honor veterans
The Kiwanis Club Foundation of Greater Danbury has a Field of Honor at the Danbury War Memorial to remember military veterans of the past and honor those currently serving our country.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Stamford Daily Voice
Danbury Educators Spring Forward For Sandy Hook With 5K Race/Walk
DANBURY, Conn. Although no district felt the impact harder than Newtown, teachers in Danbury lost friends and colleagues as well in last December's massacre at Sandy Hook.
House bill would provide some tax credit transparency, Lembo says
Many Connecticut residents and business operators have demanded information about how the state awards millions of dollars in tax breaks, grants and loans to companies, hoping to lure them to the state or dissuade them from leaving, and state Comptroller Kevin Lembo is optimistic that a bill in the General Assembly will quell their doubts.
Thu May 16, 2013
RTR Pediatrics in Danbury cares for needy patients
Pamela P. Paulhus, MD, FAAP, poses in the RTR Pediatrics clinic in Danbury, Conn.
The Fairfield Daily Voice
Women's Council Of Realtors Gets Taste Of Connecticut
Past and present members of the Connecticut board of the Women's Council of Realtors attended the Taste of Connecticut in Danbury.
New hotels coming to Danbury, Stamford
It doesn't look like much now -- just a few large piles of gravel at the end of a nondescript industrial road in Danbury.
Wed May 15, 2013
Show features Mad Hatter chorus and more
The harmonizing voices of Danbury's Mad Hatter Barbershop Chorus will be heard in the group's 46th annual show, "Cruisin'!" on Saturday at Brookfield High School .
Gym Pet Peeves, Solved
Space Invaders Problem: You finally make it to yoga class, but just as it begins, a latecomer places his mat inches from yours.
Hispanic college enrollment surges
Enrollment increasing For the class of 2000, 49 percent of Latino high school graduates enrolled in college.
Woman faces trial over false sex abuse charges
A state Superior Court jury will begin hearing testimony Wednesday in the trial of a woman who allegedly convinced her stepchildren to fabricate charges that led to their mother's arrest on sexual assault charges.
Tue May 14, 2013
Pay attention to crossing guard or face fine
Annie Mixon, of Danbury, walks students from Rogers Park Middle School at the end of the school day, Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
The Darien Daily Voice
Danbury Legislators Take Action To Keep Airport Tower Open
Connecticut lawmakers have joined together in a bipartisan group to secure funding for the state's small airport towers, including the one in Danbury.
Danbury Woman Charged with DUI
A BMW was observed stopped in the intersection of Federal Road and the Route 7 exit 12 on-ramp at 10:21 p.m. on May 5, prompting Brookfield officers to investigate.