The more we learn about dinosaurs, the more we realize that a lot of what we thought we knew was wrong. Scientists have now found a dinosaur fossil in Alberta that had a bill like a duck and a fleshy comb on top like a rooster While the bird-dinosaur connection is now pretty much accepted, Read More
Here’s a win-win-win: A Parent’s Night Out event planned in Bethel will also be a Kid’s Night in Oz, with proceeds benefiting the production of “Wizard of Oz” at Bethel High School in March. If you need to get some shopping done, or just want a few hours on your own, you can register Read More
Due to the snow predicted for Sunday, Dec. 15, the Danbury Music Centre is offering Sunday ticket-holders only, an opportunity to see the Nutcracker at the Thursday dress rehearsal at 7:30 pm. If you want to attend, be sure to bring your tickets; they will be identified and returned. If the Sunday show you are ticketed Read More
Because of the predicted snow storm on Sunday, the Danbury Music Centre is offering an opportunity to Sunday ticket-holders to see the “Nutcracker” at their Thursday dress rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. Ticket-holders should be sure to bring their tickets, which will be identified and returned to them. If the Sunday show is performed, ticket-holders can Read More
Today, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy,D,CT will deliver a speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate to mark one year since the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Murphy will honor those who lost their lives a year ago, and discuss the future of gun violence legislation in Congress. He will speak at 5:50 Read More
Danbury public schools will offer a second information session regarding the opening of The Exploration Academies at Mill Ridge in August 2014. In addition to the previously scheduled session on Jan. 13tat Broadview Middle School, the district will hold another forum Jan.27 at Rogers Park Middle School beginning at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Visit Read More
The newly seated Board of Finance elected officers on Wednesday night, and Chairman Phil Kurtz issued this statement as his leadership pledge. “I am pleased to accept the position as Chairman of the BOF, and am truly humbled by your support. As I continue my term in office, homeowners and businesses that financially Read More
The New Milford Board of Education elected officials at its meeting Wednesday. Daniele Florio Shook is Chairman with Wendy Faulenbach stepped down from that role after 12 years. Faulenbach remains on the board in her new role of parlamentarian. Vice Chairman is David Littlefield. Secretary is Angela Chastain and Assistant Secretary is Teresa Volinski.