Monthly Archive for December, 2009

: December, 2009

Snow won't stop First Night Danbury

Antonio Iadarolla, the city’s public works director, said they are very busy trying to clear snow from downtown streets and sidewalks for the First Night Danbury festivities that will kick off in a

Snow blankets Greater Danbury

Urge teens to pay attention to drugs

This report came in this month and it’s a good time to think about it. Kids are home from college or

Christmas Eve in Gaylordsville

Our Christmas Eve service at the Gaylordsville Methodist Church was special this year. Besides the stand of pointsettias and the Advent and Christmas candles, we had a gift for each household

Look for our top 10 lists this Sunday

Look for our Year in Review Sunday edition this Sunday, where we have compiled a list of the highlights throughout the year. You will see the quotes that made the cut as well as the people and events

Brookfield schools food dept. uses interesting marketing tactic

Ladies and gentlemen, today you’re going to get a lesson on Latin. The phrase we will be learning is, “nihil ad rem,” which means “nothing to do with the point.” To illustrate, here is an example

Local government budget season fast approaching

Municipal officials from throughout the region have already begun the process of developing their budgets for the next fiscal year –

Crosswalk reminder – lets all be safe this season

Just a friendly reminder about the crosswalks, and the people who use them, along Main Street in Danbury.

New plan needed for Saturday night

If you were planning on checking out the Battle of the Bands at Heirloom Arts Theatre in Danbury Saturday, it’s time to make new plans, preferably closer to home — unless you have a

Sometimes I can't believe 'Dancing with the Stars' is real

Have you ever watched “Dancing with the Stars”? It amazes me to think people can learn such complex dances and perform them so well. Not that they’re all great; some dancers seem more natural than