Monthly Archive for February, 2014

: February, 2014

Health insurance fair in Danbury

Access Health Connecticut, the state’s health insurance exchange, will be holding an enrollment fair in Danbury on Monday, March 3 at the Danbury Public Library from 3 to 7 p.m. During the fair area

Addiction and recovery doc to be screened in Litchfield Sunday

The Litchfield Community Center, 412 Bantam Road in Litchfield, will present “The Anonymous People,” an independent feature documentary film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term

Four Corners’ businesses in time of transition

In the Four Corners business district on Federal Road, the area town leaders are focusing on for revitalization into a downtown, pedestrian-friendly destination with  a mix of residential, retail,

Ridgefield charter board holds public meeting

The Ridgefield Charter Commission will hold a public meeting on Saturday, march 1 at 11 a..m. at Town Hall, 400 Main Street. The commission will hold its meeting to update town residents on the work

Northern Lights? Maybe

There was a huge geomagnetic storm pouring out of te sun on Feb,. 27. It created a spectacular Aurora borealis display in Northern Europe, Iceland and Greenland. There a chance we’ll get a display

Dogs have no shame

I used to have Bernese Mountain dogs  Chloe, then Josie.  When we yelled at them for some misdeed, they looked profoundly contrite. They were followed by two German shepherds, first Setelkla, now

Murphy to discuss school restraint law today

US Sen. Chris Murphy  will meet with superintendents from the Danbury area Friday to discuss his legislation to eliminate the use of seclusion and restraint in schools. The Keeping All Students Safe

Bus service for MNR Danbury branch

DANBURY — Metro-North is providing bus service for upcoming trains headed into and out of the Danbury station, the railroad said on its Twitter account. Delayed bus service will be provided for the

Orchestras set to amaze in Danbury on Sunday

The combined forces of the Danbury Community Orchestra and the Danbury Preparatory String Orchestra are prepared to amaze you – not only because of the sheer number of musicians and volume of sound,

Cold, sunny weekend before snow

DANBURY — The skies will be mostly clear and the air will be bitter cold leading into the next major storm expected to hit the area Sunday. Today’s high temperature is not expected to surpass 16