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About: danbury, connecticut

Once named the best city to live in US, the city is located on the Western end of Connecticut, just 5 miles from the border with New York State. The town was burned to the ground by the British Army during the Revolutionary War as it was a major supply depot to the Continental Army. These days, the city is home to many business including Ethan Allen, Praxair and Cartus.

Population: 78736
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
Local Sports Teams: West Conn Colonials
Local Colleges: Western Connecticut State University

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Towns/Cities near danbury, connecticut : Bethel West Redding Newtown Brookfield Peah Lake NY Bewster NY

Danbury News
ClearStructure Financial Technology's Sentry PM Wins Best Portfolio Management System for 2018

DANBURY, Conn: ClearStructure Financial Technology's Sentry PM has been named Best Portfolio Management System in the 2018 US Services Awards. The awards were hosted by Alternative Credit Intelligence, a member of the HFM family of publications.

Some Danbury homeowners could see tax increase, despite...

Hundreds or even thousands of Danbury homeowners could see their tax bills increase this summer, despite the mayor's plan to decrease the city's property tax rate. The unusual effect follows major fluctuations in the local housing market over the past five years that were captured in the revaluation completed in late 2017.

Sound Surfing / Rocking out at a cancer research benefit

The Straightjackets perform at Calf Pasture Beach Sunday, April 22 in a benefit event for cancer research. Band members are Greg Detlor, left, on lead vocals; Alan Marcus, on guitar and vocals; Dave Lindsay, on drums; and Paul Fredricks, on bass and vocals.

Lawmakers honor Danbury couples for service

Lynn Taborsak, Bob Taborsak, Rep. David Arconti, Rep Will Duff, Rep. Michael Ferguson, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, Sen. Michael McLachlan, Bob Yamin, Rep. Richard Smith, Judge Dianne Yamin, Rep. Will Duff, and Rep. Stephan Harding attend the annual Danbury Day at the state Capitol. less Lynn Taborsak, Bob Taborsak, Rep. David Arconti, Rep Will Duff, Rep. Michael Ferguson, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, Sen. Michael McLachlan, Bob Yamin, Rep. Richard Smith, Judge Dianne Yamin, Rep. Will Duff, and ... more Bob and Lynn Taborsak and Bob and Dianne Yamin received citations on Danbury Day last week from the state General Assembly for their decades of community service.

Heroin, cocaine seized in downtown Danbury

Authorities said police seized a "substantial" amount of cocaine and heroin during a recent drug bust in an apartment near Western Connecticut State University. Police said they seized the drugs in the apartment after an investigation that stemmed from citizen complaints about drug activity in the area.

Your Stories: Haddam Locals Want Cell Service on Route 154

Town officials and others in Haddam are raising concerns about a cell service dead zone in town. Route 154 in Haddam is a cell phone dead zone, and locals say it's been that way for years.

United Way gets big grant to help working poor with child care

A leading charity working to reduce poverty in the state's fastest-growing city has secured a $1 million private grant to invest in the development of new affordable child care centers. The United Way of Western Connecticut, which announced the gift on Friday, will use the money to create hundreds of new child care slots for Danbury's working poor.

Danbury-area town hosting wide variety of Earth Day events

Towns and organizations across the Danbury area will hold numerous events this weekend in celebration of Earth Day, which was established in 1970 to promote sustainability and protest the destruction of the environment. Vendors, artists and nature lovers will take to the Municipal Center lawn Saturday for the annual Bethel Community Earth Day celebration.

Kent home stands on land laid out in town's earliest days

The home at 112 Segar Mountain Road in Kent was originally built in 1795 and is often called the Ebenezer Hoyt House, after the home's second owner, a captain in the Revolutionary War. The home at 112 Segar Mountain Road in Kent was originally built in 1795 and is often called the Ebenezer Hoyt House, after the home's second owner, a captain in the Revolutionary War.

Danbury building owner pulling for self-pour legislation

Manny Carreras is hoping to make his building at 40 White Street into a restaurant with self-pour technology. Photo Friday, April 13, 2018.

A sign notes that the Lowe's home improvement center in Danbury,...

A sign notes that the Lowe's home improvement center in Danbury, Conn., is hiring during the spring of 2018. A sign notes that the Lowe's home improvement center in Danbury, Conn., is hiring during the spring of 2018.

Candidates take the stage for 5th GOP gubernatorial debate

For one last time, nine republican candidates for governor took to the stage on Wednesday night. It was the fifth and final debate before the state GOP convention .

Connecticut bottom of the barrel on new economic study

The Welcome to Connecticut signs appears above the Danbury city line sign on I-84 East on the New York Connecticut border Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. The Welcome to Connecticut signs appears above the Danbury city line sign on I-84 East on the New York Connecticut border Monday, Feb. 27, 2017.

Prague, native town Caslav to remember late film maker Forman

Prague will remember Milos Forman, the famous Czech-born film maker who died in the USA last Friday, at a commemorative evening on April 22, and another remembrance event will take place in his native town of Caslav, central Bohemia, on April 20, the organisers have told media. The Prague meeting in the Municipal House on Sunday will include the screening of the 3.5-hour director's cut of Forman's Oscar-winning film Amadeus, and music from the film will be played by the Prague Symphony Orchestra, Jan Wolf, the city councillor for culture, said.

Economist Don Klepper-Smith, right, speaks with Tony Giobbi and Ken...

Economist Don Klepper-Smith, right, speaks with Tony Giobbi and Ken Weinstein of Newtown Savings Bank during the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce's 2018 Economic Forecast Breakfast held Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at Ridgewood Country Club in Danbury, Conn. less Economist Don Klepper-Smith, right, speaks with Tony Giobbi and Ken Weinstein of Newtown Savings Bank during the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce's 2018 Economic Forecast Breakfast held Tuesday, April 17, ... more Economist Don Klepper-Smith, right, speaks during the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce's 2018 Economic Forecast Breakfast held Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at Ridgewood Country Club in Danbury, Conn.

Danbury to extend property tax freeze for elderly, disabled

City officials will extend Danbury's property tax freeze for elderly and disabled residents for one more year as they mull revamping the program to better help those on fixed incomes afford their annual tax bills. The city's property tax freeze has been in place since since 2012 for homeowners 65 years of age and older or who receive Social Security benefits for total disability.

Manufacturer celebrates 75th anniversary in Danbury

Georg F. W. Schaeffler, chairman of the supervisory board of Schaeffler AG, addresses a an event at its Danbury facility celebrating 75 years in business. Schaeffler, is a family-owned manufacturer of precision components and systems for automotive, industrial and aerospace sectors.

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