Monthly Archive for December, 2011

: December, 2011

Could Danbury be Newt's vision of all-America?

The “Newt and Callista Gingrich Christmas Greetings” video — from Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and his wife — shows flashes of heart-warming holiday scenes, such as the outside of

Rainbow brings tidings of joy

Anthony and Mary Collazo, of 47 Great Plain Road in Danbury, wanted to share this photo with fellow readers of The News-Times today.

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What's the best gift you've ever received?

Maybe it was that pony…but just maybe it was something no one else had ever thought to give you. Or maybe the best gift was one you gave. Whatever it was, let us know! Today is the deadline to share

Danbury named 6th most artistic city in US

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Volunteer Center needs fruit baskets for Danbury seniors

For the first time since the giving of fruit baskets started four years ago, the Volunteer Center is in danger of not having enough baskets to give seniors at Danbury Commons this week. The center had

Marathon man seeks to aid 2 local nonprofits

Michael Byl will combine his passion for two nonprofit organizations

House tour for holidays happening in Woodbury Saturday

A nursery decorated with French country antiques and a designer showcase house in a fine old Greek Revival rectory are highlights of Saturday’s holiday house tour in Woodbury. The Woman

Vigil planned at WestConn for student killed in hit-and-run accident

Shining light into darkness, people will gather at Western Connecticut State University at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6,

New Milford doctor charged with DUI, urinates in front of female trooper, police say

By Dirk Perrefort Staff Writer A New Milford doctor was arrested by New York State Police this week on several charges, including disorderly conduct for exposing himself to a female trooper,