Monthly Archive for March, 2015

: March, 2015

Danbury HS teacher charged with sexual assault of high school boy

DANBURY – A first year high school science teacher accused of inappropriate behavior with a student has been charged with second-degree sexual assault and providing alcohol to a minor. Kayla Mooney,

New Fairfield kitchen fire contained

NEW FAIRFIELD — A kitchen fire at a home on Woodridge Lane in New Faifield was quickly extinguished Tuesday, according to Chief Bruce Taylor, of the New Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department. The fire

First Light funding cut to CLA stands

It seems that FirstLight Power Resources intends to maintain the funding cut it announced in February for the Candlewood Lake Authority. U.S. Senator Chris Murphy had contacted FirstLight’s parent

Ex-Bethel teacher released from custody

    UPDATE: TUESDAY 3:55 P.M. Brian Stroh has been released from custody after he posted $250,000 bond Tuesday, according to the clerk’s office at Danbury Superior Court.   ORIGINAL

Llodra: Call off community center vote and start over

  NEWTOWN – First Selectman Pat Llodra wants to call off the April 28 public vote to build a community center and start the discussion over about how to use a $15 million gift from General

Cultural Alliance to hold creative workshop in Danbury

The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut will host a four-week “Build Your Creative Courage” workshop beginning April 30 at its home, @287 Gallery & Meeting Place on Main Street. Artists,

Danbury church plan ditched amid opposition

DANBURY – An unaffiliated church has dropped its plan to buy an 18-acre ridgetop property after public protests by neighbors along the city’s only Scenic Road. A representative for the church known as

Distracted driving crackdown in New Milford

NEW MILFORD — New Milford Police are taking part in a statewide distracted driving enforcement starting April 1. The campaign is called “U DRIVE. U TEXT. U PAY” and is sponsored by the Natioanal

Loaves & Fishes new application before Zoning

NEW MILFORD — Loaves & Fishes Hospitality House has filed a new special permit application with New Milford Zoning Commission to construct a facility on Bridge Street. The new application was

Boehringer smoke evacuation faulty blower

RIDGEFIELD — Ridgefield Fire Department reports that a faulty blower in the HVAC system at Boehringer Ingelhiem offices sent smoke through the building Monday afternoon. Employees were sent home as