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Police still probing death at Danbury mall

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Police are still investigating the apparent suicide of a man in the Danbury Fair mall last weekend. The 50-year-old Danbury man stabbed himself inside a Sears bathroom Saturday afternoon, police said. His name still has not been released but police said the man was not an employee of the store. The investigation is open pending […] [Read More]
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WCHN Out-patient offices reopen today

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THE FOLLOWING WESTERN CONNECTICUT HEALTH NETWORK OUT-PATIENT MEDICAL OFFICES ARE RE-OPENING WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28, FOR REGULAR OPERATIONS: Western CT Medical Group Practices Western CT Health Network Imaging Centers Western CT Health Network Lab Drawing Stations Danbury Hospital’s Seifert & Ford Family Community Health Center Ridgefield Surgery Center Call your physician/outpatient office to reschedule appointments missed […] [Read More]
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School delays announced for Wednesday

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As residents and professional crews continue to clear out the half a foot of snow dumped in the Greater Danbury area during last night’s storm, officials tonight are announcing school delays for several districts in the region Wednesday morning. As of 6:30 p.m., public schools in the following districts will have a two-hour delayed opening […] [Read More]
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Parking Ban in New Milford ended

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NEW MILFORD — THE PARKING BAN AND SNOW EMERGENCY WAS LIFTED IN NEW MILFORD AT 4 PM TUESDAY. THE CROSSOVER STREETS ON THE VILLAGE GREEN HAVE REOPENED AND PARKING ON THE STREETS IS AGAIN ALLOWED.   [Read More]
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Newtown roads in good shape, officials say

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NEWTOWN — Town officials said that roads are in good shape with the final sanding and salting to be completed “by dinner time” today, according to Fred Hurley, the director of the Department of Public Works “Very relieved that we didn’t get hit with the whole kit and kaboodle,” he said. “All things considered, it […] [Read More]
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Photo Gallery: Downtown Ridgefield at noon

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RIDGEFIELD – It’s as though Tuesday was called off. In downtown Ridgefield there were no cars parked in front of the Main Street shops at noon because no more than a couple of the shops were open. There was a 5-to-1 ratio of plow trucks to passenger cars, even as the sun came out. The […] [Read More]
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Tinsley: Brookfield should be back to normal Wednesday

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BROOKFIELD — Thanks to snow totals that were less than anticipated and “great” cooperation from residents, town operations should be back to normal on Wednesday according to First Selectman Bill Tinsley. However, a decision on whether school will be in session Wednesday will be made later today, officials said. “We’re in good shape, and our […] [Read More]
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No injuries in Danbury chimney fire

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No one was injured during a chimney fire in an East Hayestown Road apartment late Tuesday morning, according to the Danbury Fire Department. Seven units responded to the scene right after 11:30 a.m. The fire was set off by natural gas, which the homeowners were able to shut off before firefighters arrived, in the apartment’s fireplace, […] [Read More]
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