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About: danbury, connecticut

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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Towns/Cities near danbury, connecticut : Bethel West Redding Newtown Brookfield Peah Lake NY Bewster NY

Danbury News
Danbury school sees increase in literacy scores

Children's literacy scores in one of Danbury's most disadvantaged neighborhoods showed dramatic improvement over the past year, thanks to a series of early-learning programs. Park Avenue School's 89 kindergartners scored more than 10 percent higher on the Early Literacy STAR assessment in 2017 over the year before, according to statistics compiled by the United Way of Western Connecticut.

The Department of Health and Human Services shows conviction

This past week I was invited to speak in our nation's capital at the Department of Health and Human Services' ceremony announcing its new Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom. Here is what I said.

Connecticut governor candidates look to break out from pack

Candidates and potential candidates for Connecticut governor in 2018 find themselves in the largest pool of contenders in recent memory, and they're looking for ways to stand apart from the pack. Many point to their career experiences, whether it has been in politics, business or the military.

Youth to perform - Little Shop of Horrors' at Bethel High

Dress rehearsal for "Hairspray" the first production for a new theater group in Bethel. Wednesday, July 26, 2017, in Bethel, Conn.

Ken Dixon: Voters should take control of race

If you think 2018 is going to be a rancid year for Connecticut politics, you have likely perused the list of also-rans, never-will-bes, woulda-coulda-shouldas, and over-reachers who are stacked like cord wood, waiting to get chopped up in the May conventions. Yes, there is something for nearly everyone in this ever-crowding field.

Towns take different approaches in fighting "Big Pharma"

The town's decision to join Southbury and 16 cities and towns in a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies is just one response to an opioid addiction crisis that's becoming public enemy No. 1. Other municipalities, including Danbury, are looking to sign on with a small law firm in the hope of bringing a settlement tailored to the city's unique circumstances.

Danbury firefighters respond to car rollover, explosion

Danbury firefighters responded to a rollover crash that ended with an explosion and a car totally engulfed in fire. The crash happened early Saturday morning in the area of 167 Long Ridge Road.

Two Injured In Car Crash & Explosion Overnight In Danbury

Two people who suffered burns in a car explosion overnight in Danbury were sent to the hospital for treatment, fire officials said. A car rolled over, exploded and was destroyed by fire in an accident at about 3:40 a.m. Saturday near 167 Long Ridge Road, said James Gagliardo, public information officer for the Danbury Fire Department.

As opioid crisis worsens, Newtown man's support group expands

Matthew DeLuca and his mother Donna DeLuca, founder of C.A.R.E.S., a support group for families of people suffering from substance abuse. Friday, Januaru 19, 2018, in Danbury, Conn.

Danbury area towns unsure about DOT cuts

A week after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy halted some 400 transportation projects as part of state budget-cutting, local officials are still figuring out how the cuts will affect their towns. The Jan. 10 announcement that projects totaling $4.2 billion were being indefinitely postponed was met with widespread disappointment, but was not wholly unexpected.

Rail service cuts alarm Danbury-area officials

Proposals to increase fares or reduce service along the Danbury Branch rail line could threaten efforts to promote economic growth centered on commuter stations, local officials said. The state's proposal to reduce off-peak service and eliminate weekend service on the line comes just as towns including Bethel and Ridgefield are pushing transit-oriented development districts, or TODs, surrounding their train stations.

Police: $50,000 worth of items stolen during home invasion

A Waterbury man is facing charges after police say he robbed an elderly woman in her Washington home, and she couldn't get help until the next day since her phone was one of the stolen items. Michael J. Ferratto Jr., 30, is charged with first-degree larceny, first-degree burglary at night and home invasion stemming from an Aug. 29 incident, according to court records.

"Apartment 6F Through the Peephole," by Matt Bollinger, is part of a multimedia exhibit in Danbury.

"Parallel Practices" is designed to showcase the cross-pollination of ideas and the unexpected variety of expression that is possible when an artist is free to explore multiple outlets including painting, sculpture, collage, animation and photography. The exhibition will present the participating artists' works in mediums that include painting, sculpture, collage, drawing, ceramics, animation, installation and photography.

Personalization while you wait at FernEllie in New Milford

Items available for personalization are displayed at FernEllie Creations, a new store in New Milford, Conn., on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. Items available for personalization are displayed at FernEllie Creations, a new store in New Milford, Conn., on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018.

Stephanie Sheldon married Sean Haddad on Sept. 16.

Stephanie Sheldon, daughter of Dale and Ann Marie Sheldon, of Ridgefield, married Sean Haddad, son of Meg and Larry Riefberg and Dennis and Christine Haddad, of Danbury, on Sept. 16 at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Ridgefield.

First weekend in weeks: No extreme weather

According to the Northeast Regional Climate Center, from Dec. 1, 2017 to Jan. 15, 2018, Sikorsky Memorial Airport's temperature was 3.6 degrees below normal. According to the Northeast Regional Climate Center, from Dec. 1, 2017 to Jan. 15, 2018, Sikorsky Memorial Airport's temperature was 3.6 degrees below normal.

Activist Grandmother From Danbury To Challenge For State Senate Seat

Longtime Danbury activist, mother, and grandmother Julie Kushner is throwing her hat in the ring as a Democratic candidate for District 24 in the Connecticut State Senate. "I am delighted to declare today that I am running for State Senate to represent Bethel, Danbury, New Fairfield, and Sherman," Julie Kushner said.

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