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  1. Free Danbury Community Orchestra Concert Offers Wide Range Of Styles

    Free Danbury Community Orchestra Concert Offers Wide Range Of Styles

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The Danbury Community Orchestra will open its season with a free concert at 3 p.m. Dec 4 at the Western Connecticut State University's Visual and Performing Arts Center.The free concert will feature music from French romanticism to modern theatrical, including the overture from "West Side Story," Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera’s "Estancia: Ballet ...

  2. Danbury Couple's Story Debuts On Norwalk's HooplaHa-Only Good News

    Danbury Couple's Story Debuts On Norwalk's HooplaHa-Only Good News

    NORWALK, Conn. -- JoyRide Instructors Adam Keller and Jared Marinelli – who captured the hearts and attention of millions around the world with their flash mob same-sex wedding proposal on Valentine's Day – are among those featured in a new series by HooplaHa-Only Good News.The Norwalk-based company has partnered with Al Roker’s Roker Media’s for its first slate of Live Stream Original ...

  3. Danbury's Lew Wallace Joins Connecticut Humanities Board

    Danbury's Lew Wallace Joins Connecticut Humanities Board

    DANBURY, Conn. – Connecticut Humanities, the state’s nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has named Lewis J. Wallace Jr. to its board of directors. Wallace began his term Aug. 1. He served 10 years as a state representative in the Connecticut General Assembly, serving on the education committee. He also worked as an assistant to the mayor and administrative ...

  4. Danbury Offers Citizens Government Academy

    Danbury Offers Citizens Government Academy

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury residents are once again invited to participate in Mayor Mark Boughton’s Citizens Government Academy. The academy, started in 2012, gives residents the chance to learn the inside workings of various city departments during a seven-week course. Sessions will be from 6-8 p.m. Wednesdays from Sept. 7 through Oct. 19. The first session will be in the City Hall's ...

  5. Danbury Man Joins CPA Firm In New Canaan, Ridgefield

    Danbury Man Joins CPA Firm In New Canaan, Ridgefield

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Reynolds & Rowella, a regional audit, tax and consulting firm with offices in Ridgefield and New Canaan, has hired Rebecca Petrie and Andrew Willock. Petrie, of New Milford, has been hired as a tax associate after working with the firm last summer as an intern. She graduated in May with a degree in business administration and major in accounting from Western New ...

  6. Fairfield County Man Wins $10K Lottery Prize For Second Time

    Fairfield County Man Wins $10K Lottery Prize For Second Time

    MONROE, Conn. -- Lightning has struck twice for Peter Bonitatibus Jr. The Monroe resident once again won the top prize in the “10X The Cash 11th Edition” almost exactly six years after winning $10,000 in a different Conneticut Lottery game.“I’m just shocked,” Bonitatibus Jr. said in a press release. On Aug. 17, 2010, he was at the state Lottery headquarters in Rocky Hill to collect a ...

  7. Danbury's Bounce! Trampoline Makes Sandy Hook Charity Donation

    Danbury's Bounce! Trampoline Makes Sandy Hook Charity Donation

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Bounce! Trampoline Sports celebrated the grand opening at its new Danbury location by donating all proceeds from the weekend to the Caroline Previdi Foundation created in memory of Caroline Previdi, a first-grader killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. Lisa and Rob Cannon, of Weston, are the owners of Bounce! and welcomed Sandy and Jeff Previdi to the ...

  8. Danbury Hospital Offering Outpatient Care For Chronic Pulmonary Diseases

    Danbury Hospital Offering Outpatient Care For Chronic Pulmonary Diseases

    DANBURY, Conn. – Danbury Hospital has expanded its palliative care program to outpatients with pulmonary diseases. Available at the Western Connecticut Medical Group Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders office in Danbury, the service is breaking new ground by making palliative care available early in the process of treating these chronically-ill patients before they require ...

  9. CEO Of United Way Serving Danbury Named To National ALICE Council

    CEO Of United Way Serving Danbury Named To National ALICE Council

    DANBURY, Conn. — Kim Morgan, chief executive officer of the United Way of Western Connecticut, has been named to the national ALICE Advisory Council. The council is a body of corporate and national organizations convened to elevate ALICE’s voice to a national level. United Way identifies ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) as people who, in many cases, work multiple jobs ...

  10. Malloy: Number Of People Jailed For Drug Possession Down 39 Percent

    Malloy: Number Of People Jailed For Drug Possession Down 39 Percent

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Gov. Dannel Malloy said Thursday that, following the adoption of his Second Chance Society bill last year, the number of people incarcerated in Connecticut for drug possession has been reduced by 39 percent. The bill, which took effect in October, was designed to continue the progress being made in further reducing the state’s decreasing crime rate, as well as ...

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