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Carolyn Mueller

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Minor snarl for New Milford traffic Friday afternoon

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The dump body of a dump truck became entangled in wires along Danbury Road in New Milford Friday afternoon, but the driver of the truck was unhurt and the road was open as of 3:40 p.m., according to police. [Read More]
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A meeting takes place at Danbury City Hall, May 12, 2014.

Deadline to apply for Citizens Government Academy in Danbury is Sept. 2

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Danbury will have its third “Mayor’s Citizens Government Academy” from Sept. 8 to Nov. 3. Applications for the eight-week program are available by clicking HERE. They are due Sept. 2. The free program will familiarize citizens with Danbury’s government and encourage them to become involved with community activities. Limited to 30 students, the class will […] [Read More]
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Silver Alert issued for Danbury teen

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Joselin Delcid, 15, described as a white female with brown hair and brown eyes, 5′ 1″ tall and 100 pounds, has been reported missing from Danbury. No photograph is available, but she was last seen wearing a blue and white polka-dot button-down shirt, blue jean shorts and sneakers. If you have any information on Joselin […] [Read More]
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Erase your fines at Danbury Library

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DANBURY -  The Danbury Library, 170 Main St., has declared Aug. 18 through Aug. 25 to be “Erase Your Fines” week. Customers who have accumulated overdue fines, whether it’s for one day or 10 years, are welcome to return their items and bring along a school supply for the overdue items. The collected supplies will […] [Read More]
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Margaret Kampmeier will be one of the performers when the Sherman Chamber Ensemble gives concerts in August.

Bach, Dvorak and more in Kent and Sherman next week

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The Sherman Chamber Ensemble will present Bach’s Suite No. 3 in C Major, Dvorak’s Dumky Trio, Saint-Saens’ Romance for Flute and Piano, and Sonata for Flute and Piano by Robert Muczynski at St. Andew’s Church, 1 N. Main Street in Kent at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15; and at the Lake Mauweehoo Club, Leach Hollow […] [Read More]
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Police catch one, continue search for second man in Brookfield

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UPDATE: A Golf Quest employee confirmed that Golf Quest is still open, although traffic is moving slowly in the area because of police activity. One of the men has been found, while the search continues for the the second man, according to the employee, who said her understanding was that during a traffic stop on […] [Read More]
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Michael Bruccoleri, Karl Green, and Conor Mahoney pause for a photograph during Danbury Fields Forever, a two-day Beatles-themed music festival at Ives Concert Park in Danbury. Green, the original bassist with Herman's Hermits, appeared at the festival Saturday, July 26, during a two-week visit to the United States.

Meeting musicians at Danbury Fields Forever

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Part of the fun of going to music festivals is getting to meet other people who appreciate the music and people who are part of the music scene. People who attended Danbury Fields Forever on Saturday had the chance to meet a founding member of Herman’s Hermits, a band that was part of the British […] [Read More]
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Bruce Tuomala reads the mayor's proclamation from the stage at Ives Concert Park, before presenting it to Charles F. Rosenay, right. Tuomala was introduced by Gary Theroux, left, who is the emcee of Danbury Fields Forever.

Mayor’s proclamation presented at Danbury Fields Forever

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“WHEREAS” was a popular word for a few minutes at Danbury Fields Forever, when Bruce Tuomala, Danbury’s director of economic development, presented a proclamation on behalf of Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton to Charles F. Rosenay, the executive producer of the two-day Beatles music festival at Ives Concert Park in Danbury, Saturday, July 26. The word […] [Read More]
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Update: Brookfield crash victim named

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UPDATE: MONDAY 2:45 p.m. — Brookfield police have released the name of the driver killed in a two car crash Saturday on Candlewood Lake Road. The victim was Amanda Sarapochiello, 19, of North Lake Shore Drive, Brookfield.  Sarapochiello was pronounced dead at Danbury Hospital where she was taken by ambulance after the accident. The name […] [Read More]
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Train tips over during Summerfest in Ridgefield

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RIDGEFIELD Police confirmed a report that a kids’ train ride tipped over Saturday during the Ridgefield Summerfest, resulting in minor injuries to three people. The three people, a boy, a woman and a man, were reported to have abrasions and bumps, and were taken to the hospital for treatment. [Read More]
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