Monthly Archive for June, 2015

: June, 2015

Danbury police search for armed burglar

DANBURY — A burglar made off with several firearms and rounds of ammunition after breaking into a South Street home this week, police said Thursday. When officers were called to the home about 12:30

Roxbury fire on Painter Hill Road

UPDATE: JUNE 24: 3:30 p.m. The Roxbury fire at 154 Painter Hill Road was reported to be under control by firefighters. Details on the blaze still not released. The house is listed on the Roxbury

Danbury’s Bank Street closed to traffic

UPDATE: 11:50 A.M. There have been no accidents on Bank Street, officials said. The street is closed for road work. ORIGINAL POST: 10:06 A.M. DANBURY — Bank Street in Danbury will be closed from 10

Pawling, NY woman in fair condition after Sunday crash

NEW MILFORD — A Pawling, NY woman was reported in fair condition Tuesday at Danbury Hospital where she had been transported Sunday from a car crash in New Milford. Isabel E. Reynolds, of Fairway

Brookfield motorcycle crash death

UPDATE: JUNE 15: 11 a.m. Brookfield Police have released the name of the motorcycle driver who died Sunday in a crash as William F. Clark, Jr., 55, of Tavernier, Fla. Clark was traveling southbound on

Sherman tractor trailer rollover update

  UPDATE: JUNE 11: 6:50 p.m. State Police report Route 55 at intersection of Route 39 reopened from tractor trailer rollover. Only minor injuries reported from single vehicle crash. UPDATE: JUNE

Danbury’s $53.5M school expansion passes

DANBURY — Voters in Danbury approved a $53.5 million expansion to Danbury High School Tuesday in a vote of 997 yes to 860 no. The approved plan is to build a 24-classroom wing on the back of Danbury

Three more charged in ‘Operation Juice Box’

A federal grand jury indicted three more men Thursday for their alleged connection with an illegal drug trafficking ring that officials say was led by a former Newtown police sergeant. The latest

Danbury man charged after suspicious weapon incident

DANBURY — A city man was arrested Wednesday after police said he was seen carrying a weapon and acting suspiciously on Beaver Brook Road. Officers were called to the apartment for a report about a

Brookfield designer creates pendant for guide dog charity

Designer Denise Cox has created a pendant to raise money for the Guiding Eyes for the Blind guide dog service, and it’ll be auctioned off at a golf outing fundraiser in Mount Kisco, N.Y., on June 8.