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Tony Monaco of East Haven, left, visited Kent with his wife, Paulette, and son, Chris, to see the 2000 Corvette he won in the Kent Library raffle.

Winner of Kent Memorial Library Corvette raffle announced

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Tony Monaco of East Haven is the lucky winner of this year’s 2000 Corvette Convertible Car raffle conducted by the Kent Memorial Library. His winning ticket, no. 2481, was purchased during a weekend jaunt to Lime Rock. Monaco’s ticket was drawn Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. After he was contacted, he made a trip up […] [Read More]
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Relieving stress presentation tonight at Brookfield Library

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An integrative natural medicine approach will be presented in the lecture, “Health and Stress,” by Kenneth Hoffman, medical director for Sophia Natural Health Center,  at 7 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Brookfield Library, 182 Whisconier Road in Brookfield. His lecture will address the symptoms of stress, how stress affects the body’s overall health, and […] [Read More]
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Nathan Pineda has been reported missing from Danbury.

Silver Alert issued for Danbury man

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Danbury police requested a Silver Alert for Nathan Pineda, 21, of Danbury. He is described by police as a 6-foot, 190-lb white man with brown hair and brown eyes, last seen wearing a gray and black hoodie sweatshirt and jeans. If you see Pineda or know where he is, call Danbury Police at 203-797-4614. [Read More]
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Members of Danbury Concert Chorus sing in concert.

“Choral Gems” offered in Danbury Saturday

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The Danbury Concert Chorus will present a free concert of “Choral Gems” at St. James Episcopal Church, 25 West St. in Danbury at 8 p.m., this Saturday, Oct. 25. Danbury Concert Chorus, conducted by Christine R. Howlett, will perform a variety of beloved choral works, including folk song arrangements by Aaron Copland, “I Was Glad,” […] [Read More]
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Fun Days at Flanders in Woodbury include hiking the trails.

Kids can take a hike during Fun Days at Flanders

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A Flanders Outdoor Adventure, during which kids in kindergarten through fifth grade can enjoy a full day exploring the trails, forest pond and fields of Flanders Nature Center, 5 Church Hill Road in Woodbury, is planned for Tuesday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Participants will look for tracks and signs of what […] [Read More]
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Change of date for Business After Business in Danbury

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A Business After Business event that was announced for this evening (Oct. 21) at Western Connecticut State University’s westside campus has been rescheduled. The Danbury Chamber of Commerce plans to have a Business After Business event at the Visual and Performing Arts Center on WCSU’s westside campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension, from 5 to 7 […] [Read More]
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Headlock leads to robbery charge in Danbury for Brookfield residents

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Two Brookfield residents, Paula Schneider, 68, and David Schneider, 36, both of Shamrock Drive, were charged by police after an incident at Home Depot in Danbury, according to police reports. Police said they were called to Home Depot after loss prevention associates at the store observed the Schneiders place items for which they did not […] [Read More]
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Bick picked up in Danbury

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Police served a warrant on Tuxedo Junction owner Ian Bick Friday for charges of violating juice bar requirements and selling liquor without a permit, according to police reports. Bick was released on $5,000 bond with a court date of Oct. 31, police said. [Read More]
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Two Danbury men draw charges after suspicious vehicle complaints

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Two Danbury men were arrested after police were called to Washington Avenue Friday afternoon for complaints of a suspicious car, police said. Officers driving past a Jeep Cherokee could smell marijuana emanating from the vehicle, according to police reports. This matched complaints made by several residents. Police discovered five people in the car. Three of […] [Read More]
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New Milford woman charged with prostitution in Danbury

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Danbury police officers, in a joint effort with the Special Investigations Division, arrested a New Milford woman on a prostitution charge Wednesday afternoon. In response to numerous complaints of soliciting taking place in the vicinity of Stevens and Montgomery Streets in Danbury, officers set up surveillance and observed several women attempting to wave down passing […] [Read More]
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