NEW MILFORD — A New Milford man was taken to Danbury Hospital after crashing his car into the side of a former auto dealership on Route 7 late Saturday. Police identified the driver as 46-year-old Melvin Ecker, who was driving the vehicle that ran into the south side of the former Southworth’s building shortly before Read More
NEW MILFORD — A 30-year-old New Milford woman was arrested twice Friday evening, once for a drunken driving accident and the second time at the hospital after she assaulted medical personnel, police said. Crystal Cuthill, of Geiger Road, was charged with drunken driving and failure to drive a reasonable distance apart after the 8:55 p.m. Read More
NEW MILFORD — Four people were injured when a car apparently left running in the parking lot crashed through the front window of a Kent Road restaurant Sunday morning. One of the injured parties was the driver of the white Mercedes sedan that plowed into the Gaylordsville Diner in the George Washington Plaza about 10:15 Read More
A High Rise Fire Training seminar took place Saturday at Danbury Hospital for Danbury Fire Department personnel and area volunteer and paid firefighters. The seminar was conducted by Chief Ron Kanterman, a fire and life safety consultant with Gold Horn Associates. The full-day seminar covered aspects of fire fightering under the demanding and different conditions of Read More
As of July 1, 2014, Sherman School administrators will switch roles. Current principal Mary Boylan will become the Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Current assistant principal Michael Pascento will become principal, providing operation supervision of all school programs and services for students. Both administrators will share duties connected to staff evaluation.
Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra has released the following request regarding Dec. 14 in her town: “The community is choosing to remember and honor those who lost their lives in the Sandy Hook tragedy in ways that are quiet, personal, and respectful — centered on the themes of kindness, love and service to others. “The municipality Read More
Schools Superintendent Tony Bivona praised the high school and students for earning a College Board achievement award related to the district’s three-year consistent increase of students taking advanced placement at the high school. Beyond that achievement, the College Board honored Brookfield on its AP honor roll as students have also shown high performance on the Read More
The official launch of the City of Danbury’s Office of Early Childhood will take place with a ribbon cutting ceremony today, Dec.9, at 12:15 pm. The event will take place at 77 West St., Danbury, at the new office of Danbury’s Promise for Children Partnership. Mayor Mark D. Boughton, along with other local officials, will Read More