Danbury’s Ranking As Third Best Place To Live Tops News This Week

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See the stories that topped the news in Danbury this week.
See the stories that topped the news in Danbury this week.

DANBURY, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Danbury this week:

  • The city of Danbury was named third place in a new list of the Movoto Real Estate’s 10 Best Places To Live in Connecticut.
  • Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton announced he has left an anti-gun advocacy group and immediately drew criticism from a relative of a Sandy Hook victim.
  • The mother of a Danbury middle school student has filed a suit against the Board of Education after her daughter allegedly had her head slammed against a desk and was knocked unconscious while a teacher was out of the room.
  • Danbury Hospital nurses and the Western Connecticut Health Network have agreed to a new three-year contract.
  • After an investigation lasting several weeks, Danbury police arrested two men on charges of selling crack cocaine.
  • Danbury High School graduate Ian Bick looking to convert the nightclub Skyy Bar on Ives Street downtown into a catering hall in hopes of generating more business.
  • Ten neighborhoods in four towns in Fairfield County have made the list of Top 25 Richest Neighborhoods In the New York City Suburbs -- including one in Greenwich that is the richest suburb in the country.
  • A second student will join Danbury's Anika Malayappan at the finals of the National Scripps Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., after an "irregular" local bee last month.

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