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Once named the best city to live in US, the city is located on the Western end of Connecticut, just 5 miles from the border with New York State. The town was burned to the ground by the British Army during the Revolutionary War as it was a major supply depot to the Continental Army. These days, the city is home to many business including Ethan Allen, Praxair and Cartus.
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
Local Sports Teams: West Conn Colonials
Local Colleges: Western Connecticut State University
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Towns/Cities near danbury, connecticut : Bethel West Redding Newtown Brookfield Peah Lake NY Bewster NY
Police: Attempted home invasion in Danbury results in gunshot...
Police arrested two men late Friday night in connection with an attempted apartment building break-in last month, where one of the men was shot by someone in the building. Kervin Jean-Baptiste, 27, of Norwalk and Jonathan Olger, 28, of Danbury were both charged around midnight for the Nov. 2 incident.Engagement: Duffy-Scagliarini
Mr. and Mrs. James Duffy, of Danbury, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Ann, to Brian Edward Scagliarini, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scagliarini, of Westfield, Mass. The future bride graduated from Immaculate High School and St. Anselm College with a bachelor of art's degree in environmental science.Danbury Music Centre's Nutcracker returns for 50th year
The Mouse King, played by Gabe Locke, left, and the Nutcracker, played by Jake Groundwater rehearse the battle scene during a dress rehearsal at Danbury High School, Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. This is the Danbury Music Centre's 50th anniversary of the Nutcracker.Danbury area prepares for first snowfall of the season
Craig McGuire with the Bethel Highway Department guides a truck into position so the snowplow can be attached Friday morning, Dec. 8, 2017. Plow operators are preparing for an expected snowfall Saturday.Danbury woman who abandoned baby rejects plea deal
Anny Castillo, 22, who police said abandoned her newborn boy behind a downtown grocery store, appeared before the state Superior Court in Danbury Friday, July 14, 2017, with her attorney, Joseph Romanello, left, and interpreter, Javier Lillo. less Anny Castillo, 22, who police said abandoned her newborn boy behind a downtown grocery store, appeared before the state Superior Court in Danbury Friday, July 14, 2017, with her attorney, Joseph Romanello, ... more Anny Castillo, 22, who police said abandoned her newborn boy behind a downtown grocery store, leaves the state Superior Court in Danbury Friday, July 14, 2017, with supporters and her attorney, Joseph Romanello, far right.Malloy issues dire transit warning
Cars pass under toll sensor gantries hanging over the Massachusetts Turnpike. Connecticut lawmakers have consistently rejected tolls and now the state's transportation fund is a year and a half from becoming insolvent.A Bridgeport casino? Tribes want piece of the action
If the state's interested in putting a casino in Bridgeport, the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes believe they're the ones who ought to build it. That appears to be the message the tribal chairmen are delivering today in a letter addressed to a half-dozen legislative leaders in response to MGM Resorts International's plan to seek approval for a $675 million Bridgeport casino it first pitched in September.The Giving Fund: Help needed for rent, utilities, other bills
The 59-year-old is now looking for a new place to live, but he would struggle to pay the first month's rent. He is no longer able to work because of health problems, including terminal pancreatic cancer and a history of depression.Fundraiser to fund scholarship, help keep Sandy Hook...
Jimmy Greene, Grammy-nominated saxophonist and Western Connecticut State University co-coordinator of Jazz Studies and associate professor of Music, in the WCSU Visual and Performing Arts building. Greene will be featured in Love Wins! Jimmy Greene and Friends, a celebration of music to benefit the Ana Marquez-Greene Scholarship Fund at WCSU.Man Steals SUV Left Running In Danbury Driveway, Slashes Tires On Cars
A man hopped into an SUV that was left running in a driveway and took off, forcing the victim to slide out of the way of the speeding vehicle Wednesday morning, Danbury police said. Officers dispatched to Grand Street learned that a resident had started his 2008 GMC Denali and left it running in his driveway to warm up at about 8 a.m., police said.Property Rounds: Limited parking can keep shoppers home
With sponsors covering the cost of on-street parking during the ninth annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll Weekend in the central Greenwich business district on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017, parking was even more limited than usual. less With sponsors covering the cost of on-street parking during the ninth annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll Weekend in the central Greenwich business district on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017, parking was even more limited ... more A commercial deliverer examines in May 2017 a parking ticket he received on Washington Street in South Norwalk, Conn.Danbury Man Busted On Drug-Dealing Charges In His Driveway
A 38-year-old Danbury man was busted on drug-selling charges in his driveway on Wednesday morning, police said. Members of the Danbury Police Department's Special Investigations Division executed court-authorized search and seizure warrants for Corey Marvette Heath, his vehicle, cellphone and his home at 36 Clearview Ave. They were assisted by the Patrol Division and the Danbury Regional SWAT Team.Danbury Driver, 29, Arrested After Fleeing Crash Scene On Foot
A Danbury man who caused an accident that closed the ramp to enter I-84 at Exit 4 was arrested about 2 miles from the scene after he fled on foot, police said. At about 7 a.m. Tuesday, Danbury officers were dispatched to a car accident with injuries at the intersection of Lake Ave Extension and Segar Street, police said.Matrix tenant files lawsuit against - distressed' building
A tenant of the Matrix Corporate Center has filed a lawsuit in Danbury Superior Court against the building's owner and receiver of rents seeking compensation for damages and to be relieved of its lease obligations because of the structure's deteriorating state. The law firm Chipman, Mazzucco, Land & Pennarola, a tenant at the Matrix since 2011, cites the declining tenant roster and failure to properly and safely maintain the complex among the reasons for the lawsuit.Top Yelp-reviewed spots for cocktails in the Danbury area
Yelp review: "Nice Happy Hour menu....inviting selection of cocktails, wine, beer, and appetizers. Especially like the truffle oil and honey Brussels sprouts and the personal pizza.....great way to unwind after a stressful day of retirement!!" - Linda H. Yelp review: "Outstanding food and service.Train Hits Car On Tracks In Redding Along Danbury Branch, Metro-North Says
A commuter train hit a car that was on the tracks at Topstone Road in Redding along the Danbury Branch on Tuesday night, Metro-North said. The one person in the car, whose condition was unknown, was taken to the hospital, Metro-North spokeswoman Nancy Gamerman said.Danbury Music Centre's - Nutcracker Ballet' marks 50th year,
Danbury Music Centre's 50th anniversary production of "The Nutcracker Ballet" takes place at Danbury High School, Dec. 8-10. Danbury Music Centre's 50th anniversary production of "The Nutcracker Ballet" takes place at Danbury High School, Dec. 8-10.
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