Monthly Archive for August, 2010

: August, 2010

Good deed speaks to good-hearted community

I want to use this blog to express my gratitude to an anonymous gentleman

Grant would renovate Gurski farmhouse

In Yesterday’s paper, we ran a story about how Brookfield’s Gurski Homestead Commission is asking the town to commit $372,000 so it can apply for a state grant to renovate the farm house on the

Crosby Street mural almost finished

At the beginning of the month, we reported how local illustrator Joseph Di Guiseppi had begun work on a mural on Crosby Street. We caught up with him on Saturday, August 21st, and found him hard at

Details Army Reserve Center revealed

An environmental assessment report released Wednesday provides new details about the proposed U.S. Army Reserve Center proposed for Wooster Heights Road. The military is considering purchasing as much

Danbury's reservoirs as low as they've been since 2001

By Robert Miller Staff Writer DANBURY —

Remembrance motorcycle ride

I received a call last week from Beth Coursen, a Pawling resident who is keeping her late husband Jeff’s memory and passion for helping others alive a year after his death in a motorcycle accident.

Found: parakeet

A News-Times reader found a yellow parakeet in her backyard. She writes: “I live on Hospital Avenue in Danbury.

BP owners around the country want to switch to Amoco

Last week I reported on how Ridgefield BP gas station owner Anila Sharma has seen a decrease in sales since the Gulf oil spill. (Read the story here.) She attributed it to BP boycotts. More than a