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Author: Linda Tuccio-Koonz

Calling all walkers and runners: Little Britches 3rd annual 5K set for June 7 in Bridgewater

Nora Blackman, above, rides Teddybear in this photo taken by Tracey Blackman. Jack Costa, right, pets Mocha’s nose in a photo taken by Keelin Daly. Runners and walkers are being sought for the Third

Meet Danbury photographer Gary Stanford at Bethel reception for his exhibit, ‘City Limits: The Urban landscape’

A collection of Gary Stanford’s photography, which captures New York City’s vibrant cityscapes and still moments, is on view at Bethel Public Library. “City Limits: The Urban Landscape” juxtaposes the

Connecticut Master Chorale to present its annual Holiday Prelude Concert on Sunday, Nov. 23, in Danbury

The Connecticut Master Chorale, under the direction of Tina Johns Heidrich, will present its annual Holiday Prelude Concert on Sunday, Nov. 23, in Danbury. The concert will be at 3 p.m. at the First

This new kind of fish tank, called My Fun Fish, is making life easier in our house

Since this is our “offbeat” blog, I wanted to tell you about an unusual new fish tank I recently tried out for our family’s betta fish. The tank is called My Fun Fish, and I like it very much. As a

Local ‘American Ninja Warrior’ on TV finale tonight

Earlier this summer we ran a story on Joseph Moravsky, the Sherman  man who was competing on TV’s “American Ninja Warrior.”  Tonight, Sept. 8, he’s on the finale. The question is: Will he win?!

Blood, Sweat & Tears at ‘Taste of Greater Danbury’

A Taste of Greater Danbury, the city’s super-sized food fest, returns the first weekend in September with a smorgasbord of great music and delicious culinary offerings. This year’s festival will be

Free admittance day at Danbury Museum

The Danbury Museum & Historical Society will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, Sept. 27, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s tenth annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day

Calling all train enthusiasts!

Love trains? Mark your calendar. The Danbury Railway Museum will have its 8th annual Danbury Railway Day on Saturday, Aug. 2. This means a day full of educational activities and free train rides for

Congratulations Brookfield Bombers

Congratulations to the U11 Girls Brookfield Bombers on back-to-back state championships. The U11 Girls played to a 1-1 tie in overtime Saturday, June 14, to become co-champions for the spring 2014

An honor to know Danbury’s Ann and Ed Wicks

Longtime Danbury residents Ann and Ed Wicks, now of South Carolina, are seen at their recent going-away party at Two-Steps Downtown Grille in Danbury, where more than 50 people gathered to wish them