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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.

Population: 78736
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
Local Sports Teams: West Conn Colonials
Local Colleges: Western Connecticut State University

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Danbury school, city leaders to lobby legislature for more...

School officials and legislators are plotting new ways to exert pressure in the capital and potentially squeeze more money for public schools from the ailing state budget. School administrators, Mayor Mark Boughton and members of the legislative delegation met last week in Hartford to hash out a plan to improve - or at least protect - the share of state funds directed to Danbury classrooms and teachers.

Man in a Van' delivers fresh food donations every week

Mike Greene delivers food from local grocery stores to the Jericho Partnership Food Pantry on Spring Street, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. Mike Greene delivers food from local grocery stores to the Jericho Partnership Food Pantry on Spring Street, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

Christine Ohlman comes to the Palace Danbury with her band, Rebel...

Christine Ohlman comes to the Palace Danbury with her band, Rebel Montez, and shares the stage with drummer Liberty Devitto and his band, The Slim Kings, on Feb. 24. Christine Ohlman comes to the Palace Danbury with her band, Rebel Montez, and shares the stage with drummer Liberty Devitto and his band, The Slim Kings, on Feb. 24. Two powerhouse performers who have played with some of the hottest artists on the planet are coming to The Palace Danbury . They'll be there on the same night, Saturday, Feb. 24, making for an unforgettable show.

City, school leaders to hold special meeting on district budget

School board and City Council members will hold a special budget workshop Wednesday evening to discuss the district's proposed $7 million cost increases for next year. The uncommon joint meeting was proposed by school board members who want to plead their case for a $135 million budget - a 5.5 percent increase - amid their expectations the council will grant them only a fraction of the requested increase, if any.

Pick up Truck crashes into Danbury home

Saturday morning around 4 A.M. crews responded to a pick up truck that had struck a house near West Wooster St. and Garfield Ave. The crash injured the driver and the two occupants. All of those injured were transported to Western Connecticut Health Network with advanced life support ambulances.

Driver, Residents Injured As Pickup Truck Slams Into Danbury House

Three people were hospitalized after a pickup truck slammed into a house in Danbury early Saturday morning, according to James Gagliardo of the Danbury Fire Department. Just before 4 a.m. Saturday, the Danbury Fire Department was dispatched to the area of West Wooster Street and Garfield Avenue by Western Connecticut 911 along with City of Danbury EMS and the Police Department for a report of a vehicle into a house with possible entrapment.

The Hord Foundation marks 25 years providing college...

Philanthropist Noel Hord poses for a photo outside his Danbury, Conn. home on April 20, 2013.

Danbury area faces tax pressures after slow recovery from...

The slow recovery of property values in the Danbury region since the Great Recession, combined with the increasing cost of municipal government, has helped push local tax rates steadily upward. In some towns - notably Brookfield and New Fairfield - there was no recovery at all, and tax rates in those towns rose close to 50 percent from 2006 to 2016, according to state figures.

Where did our love go?

Emma Hauser, of Carmel, NY, left, and Ashley Conklin, of Brewster, NY, both 21, at Molly Darcy's, in Danbury, Conn, on Thursday night, February 15, 2018. Emma Hauser, of Carmel, NY, left, and Ashley Conklin, of Brewster, NY, both 21, at Molly Darcy's, in Danbury, Conn, on Thursday night, February 15, 2018.

Attorney: HIV test request violated client's privacy

An attorney representing Bruce Bemer - a Glastonbury businessman facing human trafficking charges - argued Friday that the state broke the law when it named his client in its request for an HIV test. Anthony Spinella, who represents Bemer, said prosecutors should have used a pseudonym in court documents to protect his client's identity.

Six inches of snow forecasted Saturday night

The National Weather Service is forecasting six inches of snow to fall in the Danbury area Saturday night, beginning around 7 p.m. National Weather Service is predicting a snowstorm to deliver four to seven inches of snow in southern Connecticut Saturday morning into Sunday morning. The weather service's forecast confidence level is listed as "moderate" in the Friday morning debriefing.

New Briefs: Rwandan refugees to speak, How these drugs work

The Fairfield Museum, 370 Beach Road, will host a "Museum After Dark" event on Thursday, Feb. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. Daniel Trust and Evelyn Mukasonga, siblings and refugees from Rwanda, will share their experiences of hope and survival amid the brutal massacre of the Tutsi people in the 1990s and reflect on establishing new roots in Connecticut. Fairfield University professor Jocelyn Boryczka will moderate the conversation.

CCM demands release of $30 million in road aid

FILE: The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities is demanding that Gov Dannel P. Malloy release $30 million in road aid owed to cities and towns across the state. FILE: The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities is demanding that Gov Dannel P. Malloy release $30 million in road aid owed to cities and towns across the state.

Children learn of meaning of Ash Wednesday

Andressa Porto waits her turn as Abraham Duque receives ashes from Father Gregg Mecca, pastor of St. Peter Church in Danbury on Ash Wednesday. The children are students at St. Peter School.

Prunty named new leader of Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce

Newly named Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce President and CEO P.J. Prunty stands in downtown Danbury, Conn., on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. Newly named Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce President and CEO P.J. Prunty stands in downtown Danbury, Conn., on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018.

Lollipops and quizzes at WCSU help raise awareness about dating

Casey Campbell, 18, of Hartford, an accounting major at Western Connecticut State University, plays a game called Myth and Fact, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. The Women's Center of Greater Danbury conducted an awareness program about healthy relationaships at the University.

Fairfield Woman Busted For Dealing After Neighbors Complain

A 20-year-old Danbury woman was arrested for numerous drug offenses following complaints from local residents who said she acted "suspicious," according to Danbury Police. Alexandria Whitlock was arrested by members of the department's Special Investigations Division, the Community Conditions Unit and patrol officers following an investigation into illegal drug sales at her residence at 68 Virginia, Unit 13, said Det.

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