Monthly Archive for July, 2013

: July, 2013

Is your dog a winner? Buy Thursday’s paper and find out

We asked and you responded! Maggie Gordon asked for pictures of your favorite dogs, and you submitted hundreds of pictures of the region’s most delightful dogs. Tomorrow’s edition of The News-Times

Last chance to catch ‘9 to 5’ on stage at Musicals at Richter in Danbury

Office life is anything but routine in “9 to 5,” the current production at Danbury’s Musicals at Richter. Pictured left to right are Melinda Zupaniotis (Norwalk), Juliette Garrison Koch (Millbrook,

Rollover crash closes Greenwood Avenue

The woman driving this sport utility vehicle was taken to Danbury Hospital on Wednesday evening after it struck the rear of a parked trailer carrying lawn service equipment and flipped over on

Brewster Theater Company preparing “City of Angels” for area audiences

There’s a large group of people invested in showing you a good time in Brewster, if you like musicals. It’s the cast of Brewster Theater Company’s production of “City of Angels,” hitting the boards

Go see free “Circus on a String” Sunday

A circus will be performing in Danbury on Sunday, but it’s not the usual kind of circus. “Circus on a String” will be presented Robert Rogers at the Danbury Music Centre, 265 Main St., Sunday, July

Police: Reckless driving in rollover crash

The driver of a black sedan involved in a two-car crash on Federal Road on Monday will face charges including reckless driving, police said. Danbury police Sgt. Dave Cooney said the crash occurred at

“Plumbing issue” floods Danbury Hospital ER

DANBURY — A “plumbing issue” on Sunday shut down portions of the emergency department at Danbury Hospital, hospital officials said Monday. Hospital spokeswoman Andrea Rynn said a “work station and a

DOT: Parks closed

New Fairfield, Squantz Pond State Park Closed, filled to capacity, No Walk-Ins Accepted. In effect today until 8:00 pm. Reported Thursday, July 4 at 8:02 am. Kent, Kent Falls State Park Closed, filled

Sloane-Stanley Museum to have Independence Day bell ringing ceremony

Not only that, but the Kent museum will be open July 4  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Patriotic activity sheets will be available for children. The bell ringing ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Artist and author