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Author: Kerry Anne Ducey

A father’s journey, with his autistic son, to a field of dreams

Visiting Holland Garry Berger has always loved sports, and, like many parents, longed for the day he could share this joy with his child. “One of the fun things I was looking forward to was to play

It was a very Happy Birthday for Ridgefielder Rick Tango

Ridgefield resident, Rick Tango, celebrated his birthday yesterday- it was one he won’t soon forget. He picked up a brand new Mercedes Benz. The best part? He didn’t pay a penny for it. Rick attended

A Wolf in Ridgefield? Now, That had People Talking!

by Terri Woods Garlick The other day on @HamletHubRidge (our twitter name) and our Facebook page (Talk of the Town) we mentioned that someone reported seeing a grey wolf in the southern part of

Spring Into Fashion Event at The Ridgefield Playhouse, Wednesday, May 23, raises funds for local charities

Written by Susan Dumont Bangston “It’s such a good feeling to have fun with fashion and do something good for two local charities at the same time,” explains Allison Stockel, Executive Director of The


Contact for media:  Belvedere Communications, (203) 604-4478 RIDGEFIELD, CT, April 26, 2012 – Kerry Anne Ducey, Editor in Chief of the HamletHub news website in Ridgefield and sister sites in

Guess who is buried in the Ridgebury Cemetery?

by Terri Woods Garlick There comes a time in every child’s life, when they realize that maybe their father isn’t the smartest man in the world.  But just the other day, after a conversation with my

Why so blue? Ridgefielders want to know

We’ve been posting about the blue faces for quite some time now. In fact, we have a few eye witness accounts of ‘blue face’ activity. Just yesterday, one of our readers noticed one of the blue faces

Ridgefield Celebrates 100 Years of Girl Scouts with a BIG PARTY!

Sophia Diagle, Hailey DeWalt & Katie Gilliand enjoying the celebration! The Ridgefield Community Center was hopping today with community members who came out to support and celebrate the 100 Year

“The Fish Guy” on Route 7!

Fresh fish has come back to Route 7! Every Friday and Saturday (all day long & all year long), in front of Redding Veternary Hospital, you will see a big white fish truck. “The Fish Guy” is ready,

With A Little Help From My Friends ~ Divorced Women & Wine

One hundred forty eight women from in and around Fairfield County have found laughter where there once were tears, roses in a bush of thorns. Together, they have rebuilt and restored- not only their