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I guess this means that Al Baker is no longer Danbury’s Police Chief…

Cross post from HatCityBLOG The latest job opening at the Danbury Police Department tells the story…

Take down the X-Mas lights already!!!

Cross post from HatCityBLOG I guess the mayor cares so much about his $65,000 dollar X-Mas light show so much that he wants to be like the wacky neighbor who keeps their lights up all year long. Main

Never forget…

Cross post from HatCityBLOG “I am coming to feel that the people of ill-will have used time much more effectively than the people of good will. We will have to repent in this generation not merely for

Danbury Hospital penalized for high infection rates

Cross post from HatCityBLOG Officials at Danbury Hospital have some explaining to do. VIA CT Mirror: Eighteen Connecticut hospitals will lose 1 percent of their Medicare payments in 2016 as a penalty

Danbury’s longest dishonest mayor’s hubris on full display on Election night

Cross post from HatCityBLOG “It’s not just a question of whether Mark Boughton has done enough for people to want to fire him…it’s whether he’s done enough bad things that people want to hire

Tribuna newspaper sinks to a new low by making State Sen. Mike McLachlan an “American Dream Leadership Award” recipient

Cross post from HatCityBLOG Ugh…the Tribuna is at it again! The family-run immigrant newspaper with close ties to Mayor Mark Boughton (which includes providing thousands of dollars in contributions

Why did the Newstimes fail to report on the latest discrimination/harassment lawsuit against Boughton and two city council candidates?

Fifth Ward City Council candidate Geoffrey Herald, Mayor Mark Boughton, and City Council At Large Phil Curran are all named in a new discrimination/harassment lawsuit against the city. Cross post from

Here’s the video Brookfield First Selectman Bill Tinsley doesn’t want you to see

Cross post from HatCityBLOG “The Vermont Superior Court found Mr. Tinsley guilty of larceny — of being a thief, and with Mr. Tinsley’s continued assertion of innocence without putting the State’s