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  1. Danbury Youth Earn President’s Volunteer Service Award

    Danbury Youth Earn President’s Volunteer Service Award

    DANBURY, Conn. – Twenty-three local youth were honored for their service with Youth Volunteer Corps of Western Connecticut, a program of United Way of Western Connecticut. The youth earned the President’s Volunteer Service Award for serving 50 or more hours at local nonprofits and community agencies in the greater Danbury area. The award recognizes and celebrates role models making a ...

  2. Letter: Boucher Questions Outlook On State's Finances

    Letter: Boucher Questions Outlook On State's Finances

    WILTON, Conn. -- The Wilton Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email wilton@dailyvoice.com"At this point, we aren't looking at any tax increases." That’s how the President Pro Tempore of the Connecticut State Senate described majority Democrats’ outlook on the state’s finances in a television interview this ...

  3. Ridgefield Woman Wins Car With Hole-In-One At Danbury Outing

    Ridgefield Woman Wins Car With Hole-In-One At Danbury Outing

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – A Ridgefield woman won a convertible for scoring a hole-in-one during the 21 Annual Ladies Golf Classic benefiting Ann’s Place in Danbury. Sharon Bodner won a brand new 2016 Buick Cascada from Ingersoll Auto of Danbury for scoring a hole-in-one at Richter Park Golf Course on June 27. The annual golf classic takes place to benefit Ann's Place, an organization that ...

  4. Singer Don Lowe Performs At A Common Ground For Danbury Fundraiser

    Singer Don Lowe Performs At A Common Ground For Danbury Fundraiser

    DANBURY, Conn. – The Monthly Coffeehouse at A Common Ground to benefit Danbury Arts in Action will feature singer-songwriter Don Lowe on Saturday at 9 p.m.Lowe’s songs reflect a varied past from his roots in rural North Dakota through the streets of the New York City theatrical world to the more stable, none-the-less bustling, print industry. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for open mic ...

  5. Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    BERLIN, Conn. – With sweltering temperatures expected across Connecticut over the next several days, air conditioners and fans will be working overtime, but Eversource is prepared to meet that demand and is offering tips on how customers can save energy, stay comfortable and keep electric bills low. “Typically the demand for electricity grows by 75 percent during peak summer months,” ...

  6. Danbury Kids Enjoy Summer At Camps, Parks

    Danbury Kids Enjoy Summer At Camps, Parks

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury kids have been cooling off and enjoying summer vacation at various camps and parks. Local children have enjoyed spray parks, Speed & Agility Camp and Joe Namath Camp.

  7. Comedian Colin Jost 'Updates' Ridgefield Playhouse Crowd With Stand-Up Act

    Comedian Colin Jost 'Updates' Ridgefield Playhouse Crowd With Stand-Up Act

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Comedian and "Saturday Night Live" Weekend Update co-anchor Colin Jost will take the stage at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Friday at 8 p.m. as part of the Clark Construction Comedy Series. Jost is an award-winning writer, comedian and actor. After joining "Saturday Night Live" in 2005, the Harvard graduate and Peabody Award winner quickly moved up ...

  8. Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    The Pokemon Go craze has taken over the U.S., and now supermarkets are joining the fun, reports Supermarket News. Chains such as Stew Leonard’s are drawing customers in with Pokestops and contests for gift cards, according to Supermarket News. Stew Leonard’s, with stores in Yonkers and several in Connecticut, is a Pokestop and reminded customers in a Facebook post that, “Clover is so ...

  9. Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    A new report suggests that dinosaurs never emitted the loud, frightening roar so many believe they did, but instead, may have mumbled with their mouths closed, according to Futurity. Research published in the journal “Evolution” looks at how some birds make sound through closed-mouth vocalization, which are sounds produced through the skin around the neck when the beak remains closed, ...

  10. Henry Haid Band Brings Music Of Billy Joel To Danbury Fair Mall

    Henry Haid Band Brings Music Of Billy Joel To Danbury Fair Mall

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Residents enjoyed the music of Billy Joel with the Henry Haid band outdoors at the Danbury Fair Mall on Wednesday. The concert was part of the Danbury Mall Summer Concert Series. Concert-goers enjoyed good music as well as fare from Whole Foods. The summer concerts run on Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. through Aug. 3. Concert schedule:July 20: The Amish -- playing ...

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