Monthly Archive for October, 2013

: October, 2013

Victim identified in fatal Southbury crash

SOUTHBURY  A two-car accident on Route 67 claimed the life of a Seymour woman and closed Route 67 for several hours Thursday afternoon. State police said Rebecca Karlak, 25, of Seymour, was 

Route 7 accident cut power to 1,300 in New Milford

NEW MILFORD — More than 1,300 New Milford residents were left without power after a car hit a utility pole on Route 7 shortly before midnight Wednesday. A CL&P spokesman said that power was cut

Police find car, driver sought in October 20 fatal accident

BETHEL — Police on Thursday said they have identified the car and driver that left the scene of an October 20 accident that took the life of a 59-year-old Weston man. But they are not releasing the

Comedy at The Palace Danbury Saturday night

If you think you can compete with the likes of Jerry Lewis, Sid Caesar, Jackie Mason, Mort Sahl, and Jerry Stiller when it comes to stand up comedy, get to The Palace Danbury early Saturday night and

Hearing into St. Pius X plans continues

RIDGEFIELD — The Planning and Zoning Commission  will continue its hearing  into the application of  The Society of St. Pius X to build a 7,500-foot school on land it owns on Tackora Trail when the

Halloween no washout

No witch will melt tonight. Meteorologist Bill Jacquemin of the Connecticut Weather Center in Danbury said Thursday afternoon that at worst, there will be only spotty showers Thursday evening. Anyone

Democrats poke Halloween fun at gubernatorial hopefuls

Officials with the state Democratic Party decided to have a little Halloween fun with Republican gubernatorial hopefuls today – issuing a new graphic that shows potential GOP contenders including

Danbury student inducted as Eagle scout

Danbury Troop 52 Eagle Scout Inductee Michael Morrow was honored during a ceremony at the King Street United Church of Christ Oct. 19. Michael is the 57th young man from Troop 52 to achieve the Eagle

Bob Young to be a member of Vets hall of Fame

Bob Young , who has  been involved with a wide field of research into the city’s history, as well as being involved with veteran’s affairs, has been named to the Connecticut Veteran’s Hall of Fame.

Bethel town clerk open Sat. AM for absentee ballots

The Bethel Town Clerk’s Office will be open for Absentee Voting Only on Saturday, Nov. 2 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. Town clerk Lisa Bergh recommends that due to the length of the ballot,