DANBURY, Conn. - From the Danbury police asking for information to a high school student taking top honors at an international competition, here are the top stories from the week in Danbury.
Danbury police are looking for help in identifying a man seen in a store security camera photo.
A Danbury company turned to Kickstarted.org to help find the funding to help it get to Burning Man this summer.
The United Way of Western Connecticut celebrated its new interactive trail for children in Rogers Park on Friday.
Officers charged a restaurant owner with interfering after reports came in of gunshots at his restaurant and he lied about it, police said.
A local man was taken to Danbury Hospital after being shot several times in the legs at Danbury Billiards.
Singer Lauryn Hill arrived at the federal prison in Danbury to serve out her three month sentence for failing to pay her taxes.
Danbury High School rising junior Janine Kerr took home the gold in an international science fair for her project on the emerald ash borer.
The Danbury Hospital parent company Western Connecticut Health Network announced more than 100 layoffs due to state budget cuts.
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