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Senator Blumenthal Visits Wilton Family & Brings Awareness to Pediatric Strokes

   Written by Ellie Coleman Editors note: Jennifer Angerame, Patch’s mom, is our HamletHub Wilton editor. “Everybody loves Patch,” Jennifer Angerame, Patch’s mom, told Senator Richard Blumenthal

Ridgefield’s Blue Face Mystery – SOLVED.

Written by Ellie Coleman by Ellie Coleman HamletHub is proud to announce that we have solved the popular long-running “Blue Face Mystery”! Tree slices with faces painted on them, as shown here, have

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum offers families a delightfully creative way to spend Saturday

  Third Saturdays: Family Art Experiences at The Aldrich Bringing the museum exhibits to the fingertips of children, while encouraging families to explore, imagine, and create together is whatThe

PTP of Ridgefield Announces “Freedom to Lose”

Written by Chris Carlson PTP of Ridgefield is offering the “Freedom to Lose” Are you tired of feeling overweight and overwhelmed? Do you feel like you can’t seem to get a hold of your own health? Are

The community rallies behind Team26 as they begin their journey to Washington D.C.

More than 100 people gathered outside of Veterans Park School today to show their support for Team26. Lead by Monte Frank, 26 area cyclists will ride 400 miles to Washington D.C. in support of common sense gun legislation. Biking with Team 26 as they journeyed from Sandy Hook to Ridgefield for today’s rally, were Congressman Jim Himes and a Newtown Police Officer who was one of the first responders on December 14, 2012.

The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra Presents: “Dancing with the RSO” on March 2

Written by Anmarie Galowski Mark your calendars and order your tickets, the most anticipated dance contest of the year returns on Saturday, March 2 from 7 – 11pm at Salem Golf Club in North Salem. The

Great Advice on Reporting from One of the Best – Morton Dean

by Lauren Kalil Editors Note: Lauren Kalil, HamletHub intern, is a junior at Sacred Heart University studying Media & Communications. Here, she sits down with Emmy Award Winning Journalist, Morton

Ridgefield Residents Head to Hartford to “March for Change”

On Thursday, February 14, exactly two months since the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, hundreds of Ridgefield residents will swap their Valentine’s Day reds for green and white and head to Hartford in support of safer gun legislation in CT.

“Don’t Stop the Party” HamletHub Flash Mob at First Night

On New Year’s Eve,  in the middle of downtown Danbury, in the midst of hundreds of  First Night attendees, about 40 enthusiastic people broke out into a Flash Mob. The group, led by Ridgefield Fitness

One of the first responders on 9.11.01 tells his story

Frank D’Aleo, the owner of a home building and remodeling company, left the Main Street home he was working on and walked a few blocks north to meet me at Tazza Cafe in Ridgefield. His broad smile and