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  1. Danbury Music Centre Welcomes Harp, Piano To New Home With Recital

    Danbury Music Centre Welcomes Harp, Piano To New Home With Recital

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury Music Centre will welcome two extraordinary instruments -- a harp and a piano -- into its collection with a recital by world-class musicians at 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $25 for ages 13 and older, and $10 for children 12 and younger. Refreshments are included, and proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the upkeep of the instruments. The recital will take ...

  2. Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Two Stamford residents are facing child neglect charges after police said they found their dehydrated and malnourished son living in a filthy and unsanitary home. On Sept. 28, the Stamford police patrol division was dispatched to 117 Myrtle Ave. to investigate a medical call. Upon arrival, patrol units found a severely dehydrated and malnourished female caring for a ...

  3. Sheriff Provides Info On Danbury Officer Facing Vehicle Break-in Charges

    Sheriff Provides Info On Danbury Officer Facing Vehicle Break-in Charges

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Dutchess County Sheriff's Department is providing more info on the two Pawling men -- including a Danbury, Conn., police officer -- who have been charged in a series of vehicle break-ins in the LaGrange area.Arrested were Anthony Ramos, 28, and William Tyson, 26. Ramos is a police officer with the city of Danbury Police Department in Connecticut, authorities ...

  4. Danbury Music Centre Features Village Harmonies Workshop

    Danbury Music Centre Features Village Harmonies Workshop

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The Danbury Music Centre will host a workshop, “Village Harmonies: Traditional Folk Songs from South Africa, Georgia and Corsica,” led by Patty Cuyler, from 2 to 5 pm. Saturday. The workshop will take place in the Marian Anderson Recital Hall in the Danbury Music Centre, 256 Main St. There is a participation fee of $15. Participants can register in advance at ...

  5. Gov. Malloy Urges Connecticut Residents To Prepare For Hurricane Joaquin

    Gov. Malloy Urges Connecticut Residents To Prepare For Hurricane Joaquin

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Gov. Dannel Malloy is asking Connecticut residents to closely monitor the path of Hurricane Joaquin, which is expected to impact the East Coast over the next several days, and be prepared for severe weather conditions next week. Malloy continues to work with state emergency management officials to monitor the storm and make preparations for necessary state ...

  6. Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Hurricane Joaquin is on its way to the East Coast, possibly bringing rain, wind and the threat of flooding and other damage to Fairfield County, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters expect the storm to continue to strengthen near the Bahamas over the next few days before turning northward along the Eastern Seaboard. The National Weather ...

  7. Redding's Kudlow Denies Making Decision On Bid To Challenge Blumenthal

    Redding's Kudlow Denies Making Decision On Bid To Challenge Blumenthal

    REDDING, Conn. – Larry Kudlow, the conservative news commentator on CNBC, said he has not made a decision about whether to run against U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal in 2016, according to a report in CTmirror.org.Kudlow said in a tweet that a New York Post article saying he had decided was inaccurate, CTmirror.org reported.Kudlow is a former official in the Reagan administration and ...

  8. NVCC, Danbury High Launch Early College Opportunity Program

    NVCC, Danbury High Launch Early College Opportunity Program

    DANBURY, Conn. – Naugatuck Valley Community College President Daisy Cocco De Filippis joined administrators, local legislators, students, faculty and community members at Danbury High School on Monday, Sept. 21, to cut the ribbon on the Early College Opportunity program launched this academic year. “Having spent the last year preparing to launch Danbury ECO, this day is surreal,” said ...

  9. Westfair Singers Invite Girls From Danbury To Apply For Scholarship

    Westfair Singers Invite Girls From Danbury To Apply For Scholarship

    GREENWICH, Conn. — The Westfair Singers, based in Greenwich, announced the creation of The Judith Hahnssen-Schwab Founder’s Scholarship Competition. It is inviting musically talented, female high school seniors in Fairfield County, Conn., and Westchester County, N.Y., to submit applications by Oct. 16. The program, honoring the legacy of the choral ensemble’s founder, identifies and ...

  10. Bridgeport Woman Charged With Abusing, Starving Pit Bull

    Bridgeport Woman Charged With Abusing, Starving Pit Bull

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A Bridgeport woman is facing an animal cruelty charge after a malnourished pit bull suffering from muscle atrophy was found in her apartment, police said. Charlene Draper, 29, of Catherine Street, was arrested and charged Thursday with cruelty to animals and failure to comply with dog ownership requirements. On Sept. 5 about 12:15 p.m., an officer responded a ...

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