Monthly Archive for February, 2012

: February, 2012

Get ready for some wild driving…

Snowing like crazy in Danbury early in the afternoon, but the big worry is driving later when sleet is expected. We Connecticut drivers really hate — and smartly so — driving in icy conditions. The

Food pantry needs beans and tuna

A local food pantry is in constant demand for bagged kidney beans and tuna fish because of an

Chocolate for dinner? Dancing follows, and it's all for a good cause

Honor your heroic hound and win $15,000 for a worthy cause

I know there’s lots of dog lovers out there, so I thought this might be of interest: For thousands of years, dogs have protected us, comforted us, and given us their unconditional love.

Leadership Danbury visits The News-Times

It’s Leadership Danbury day at the paper. Leadership is coordinated by the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce and this year 36 business leaders are in the group. Each month they will visit a

Get the "DIRT'' on drug abuse

If you want the dirt on the backbone of drug abuse in this, and every other community, I invite you to attend the Youth Agency and New Milford Substance Abuse Council-sponsored show “DIRT” to be held

Learn about Zinfandels at wine & cheese event Saturday

Taste Zinfandels from California’s best grape-growing regions Saturday at a wine and cheese event in Southbury.

Commitment to town agri-history a fine legacy

On a pretty, spring day in 2010,

Public hearings set on state ed reform

The General Assembly’s Education Committee has scheduled two public hearings to explore some of the most important aspects of the governor

Join NT judge and Danbury chefs at chili event Sunday

I am judging, along with Danbury chefs richard Bishop of Classy Catering and Joseph Yorio of gourmet to Go at the city’s annual Chili Winter Warm-Up. This event is organized by Danbury Arena,