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Susan Tuz

Glenholme School in Washington, CT was on lockdown May 21 after former student threatened to kill staff member

Lock down at Glenholme School

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WASHINGTON — Glenholme School initiated a lock down of the facilities May 21 after a call was received from a former student threatening to kill a staff member, State Police said. The former student, Colby M. Paul, was located at his residence in the town of Avon and taken into custody by Avon Police. He […] [Read More]
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Rendering of proposed park at One Green Hill in Washington Depot

Washington park campaign launched

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WASHINGTON — A capital campaign has been launched by the Washington Park Foundation to raise $675,000 to fund the creation of a landscaped park in the center of Washington Depot and refurbish the vacant Texaco station at the site. The refurbished building and the park have been designed to accommodate a farmers’ market, movie screenings, […] [Read More]
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A police chase Wednesday led to the arrest of a New Milford man

MVA motorcyclist down in Danbury

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UPDATE: MAY 25: 4:33 p.m. Police report the male driver of the motorcycle that went off the road Monday on Wooster Heights had non-life threatening injuries.   UPDATE: MAY 25: 3:10 p.m. Motorcyclist taken to Danbury Hospital by ambulance, per scanner ORIGINAL POST   DANBURY — Motorcycle accident with injuries at Wooster Heights by the […] [Read More]
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Fire damages O’Brien’s Pub in Danbury

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UPDATE: MAY 26: 1:35 pm. The fire was Monday morning, Memorial Day DANBURY — A fire early Sunday morning caused extensive damage to O’Brien’s Irish Pub & Restaurant at 83 Lake Avenue in Danbury. Assistant Fire Chief Omasta said flames were visible from the building when firefighters arrived on scene about 1:52 a.m. Sunday. The […] [Read More]
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Regimental Sgt. Major Neil Aiello served in WWII and was Danbury's Memorial Day Parade Honorary Parade Marshal

Danbury veteran honored Memorial Day

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DANBURY — The Honorary Parade Marshal at the Memorial Day Parade in Danbury Monday was Neil Aiello, 92, who served in World War II as a technical sergeant in the Army in the 88th Infantry Division, 350th Regiment. His division defended the border of Yugoslavia and Italy. His unit camped on the floor of an […] [Read More]
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Danbury man charged in slashing

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DANBURY — A 31-year-old city man is facing assault charges after reportedly slashing a man who owed him money during an argument Thursday night. Oscar Giovanni Reyes, of Spring Street, Danbury was arrested Thursday about 10 p.m. at his home where police found him after responding to a call about a stabbing victim. Reyes had […] [Read More]
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Officer Michelle Yiznitsky is sworn in as the newest officer in the New Milford Police Department by the Town Clerk as Police Chief Shawn Boyne looks on

Newest officer sworn in to New Milford Police

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NEW MILFORD — Officer Michelle Yiznitsky, 23, was sworn in Tuesday at Roger Sherman Town Hall in New Milford as the newest member of the New Milford Police Department. Yiznitsky graduated Monday with the 24th Class of the Milford Police Academy and holds a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice from Central Connecticut State University. […] [Read More]
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"The Healing Knot" sculpture by Joe Gitterman is the focal point of the Healing Garden

“The Healing Knot” sculpture at NM Hospital

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NEW MILFORD — Local sculptor Joe Gitterman’s “The Healing Knot” was slected as the centerpiece for the Healing Garden at New Milford Hospital’s new Arnhold Emergency Department. The 3-foot x 3-foot burnished stainless steel sculpture mounted on a 4-foot high Roxbury granite pedestal was a gift to the hospital by Lawrence J. and Natalie D. […] [Read More]
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