DARIEN, Conn. -- The Tiny Miracles Foundation raised more than $250,000 at its 10th-anniversary gala Friday, April 24 at the Wee Burn Country Club in Darien.
The event was led by co-chairs Ashley Dineen, of Darien, Marisela Esposito, ...
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Connecticut ranks in the Top 5 states across America this year for fleas and ticks, reports foxct.com.
Connecticut ranked No. 4 as New England ...
DANBURY, Conn. -- A 50-year-old Danbury man was arrested on multiple drug charges after he was apprehended Thursday afternoon selling heroin in the driveway of the Triangle Street condominium complex ...
DANBURY, Conn. -- Jesters Coffee Shop in Brookfield was alive with conversation on the morning of May 15 when state Rep. Stephen Harding met with constituents for coffee.
Important pieces of ...
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Fairfield County area residents who wash their clothes in cold water could save at least $60 a year, according to consumerreports.org.
To maximize financial savings as ...
DANBURY, Conn. – The Danbury nanny who is charged with burning and beating a 3-year-old girl she was babysitting in March has asked for a lower bail because she is pregnant, reports ...
DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury police busted a Bridgeport man on multiple charges of selling drugs from a Danbury apartment and throughout the city after obtaining search-and-seizure warrants, police ...
no wonder people were able to steal from the place admission is outrageous and yes the parking as well.Crime has always been a number one concern and most of the horrendous beatings stabbings and injury come from that area all the way to stepping stones.Norwalk wanted a park on a landfill they got it now what not patrol it hourly for these thousands of visitors the bike club is generating on top of the big draw the city has sold us?
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"Casey.Jones", you are accidentally correct, in this instance. The governor does deserve credit for the jobs numbers in this report, because he had to hire 1,500 more government employees to offset the 300 jobs lost in the private sector, thereby arriving at the 1,200 jobs gained. I'm sure that demand-side economics, better known as spending one's way to prosperity, will continue to work out well for Connecticut.
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