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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.
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
Local Sports Teams: West Conn Colonials
Local Colleges: Western Connecticut State University
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Bill would provide upgrades to Danbury branch line
A train sits on the tracks at the Merritt 7 Metro-North railroad station in Norwalk, Conn. on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014.Residents could see helicopters in Danbury area
Residents might see helicopters flying over most of Connecticut through the end of the month as Eversource conducts aerial inspections of high-voltage electrical equipment on rights-of-way.Danbury Girl Tackles Role Of Jesus In Wooster's Production Of 'Godspell'
DANBURY, Conn. - While many actors like to take on roles that take them out of their comfort zones, 17-year-old Danbury resident Jackie Logsted will be playing a role that tops it all.Photo Flash: First Look at Peter and the Starcatcher at TheatreWorks New Milford
This Friday, February 24, TheatreWorks New Milford will premiere the five time Tony Award-winning play with music, "Peter and the Starcatcher," written by Rick Elice , with music by Wayne Barker . The curtain goes up at 8:00 p.m. on a three week run with an opening night gala after the show.Illegal immigrants arrested in Danbury raid
Five illegal immigrants - some of whom returned to the United States illegally after previous deportations - were arrested Thursday in early morning raids at two city apartments. Two of the men were picked up when federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, assisted by Danbury police, entered an Abbott Avenue apartment at about 6:15 a.m. The other three were found in an apartment on Highland Avenue 35 minutes later.Wilton Senator Boucher weighs bid for statewide office
Commanding greater clout because of a tie in the state Senate, Wilton Republican Toni Boucher is once again being tempted to explore a run for statewide office in 2018. "I'm giving it serious thought," Boucher said.Murphy, Senate colleagues call for review of - sober houses'
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy and colleagues in the Senate asked Wednesday for a review of 'sober homes' used by recovering addicts, to determine whether more federal oversight is necessary. "Unfortunately, there have been several recent overdoses that have occurred in Connecticut sober houses," Murphy said in a prepared statement.TheatreWorks New Milford Opens the Wildly Imaginative Peter and the Starcatcher This Friday
On Friday, February 24, TheatreWorks New Milford will premiere the five time Tony Award-winning play with music, "Peter and the Starcatcher," written by Rick Elice , with music by Wayne Barker . The curtain goes up at 8:00 p.m. on a three week run with an opening night gala after the show.Danbury immigrants brace for Trump deportation push
Gabby Perez, 17, of Danbury, holds a "Immigrants make America great" sign at a "Day without immigrants" rally at the Danbury City Hall Thursday, February 16, 2017. Gabby Perez, 17, of Danbury, holds a "Immigrants make America great" sign at a "Day without immigrants" rally at the Danbury City Hall Thursday, February 16, 2017.Danbury celebrates Marian Anderson birthday with studio open
Danburians are invited to celebrate the birthday of the city's most famous contralto with a tour of her studio at the end of the month. The Danbury Museum and Historical Society will mark the birthday on Feb. 27 of performer and civil rights activist Marian Anderson , who lived in Danbury.Undocumented Danbury College Students Dream Of Financial Aid, Equal Rights
Evelin Garcia, a senior at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, said she feels awful each time she learns a classmate has had to drop out of school. "They find that they can't afford it because they couldn't get any financial assistance due to their status as an undocumented immigrant," she said.AAA: Road salt damage eating up our vehicles, wallets
Plow trucks at the Connecticut D.O.T. facility in Trumbull, Conn. get loaded up with salt for the roads after a snow storm on Wednesday February 5, 2014.Danbury high-speed internet for all plan needs Hartford's OK
Almost everyone is on board with the mayor's vision to bring high-speed internet to every city home for $15 per month. A majority of residents supported the plan in a telephone survey conducted last year, and several vendors are committed to building the fiber-optic network that would bring cheap, high-speed internet to Danbury's 50,000 households.Proper petticoat length and other dressing tips in Danbury
People interested in Revolutionary War period women's clothes are invited to a series of costuming workshops in March at the Danbury Museum and Historical Society .WDAQ-HD3/Danbury, CT Expands To A Second Frequency
After flipping its translator W287AN and its originating station WDAQ-HD3 to Country and rebranding to "THE BULL" in JULY , BERKSHIRE BROADCASTING/DANBURY, CT is now simulcasting at W249DO at 97.9. It will be rebranded as "97.9/107.3 THE BULL, CONNECTICUT'S NEW COUNTRY." "THE BULL exploded out of the gates last summer at 107.3 FM," said BERKSHIRE BROADCASTING Pres./CEO IRV GOLDSTEIN.Danbury hears about Connecticut's brushes with the paranormal
Paul Eno, and his son Ben, were at the Danbury Library, on Saturday, to promote their new book "Behind the Paranormal : Everything You Know Is Wrong". The father and son team also have a radio show on the paranormal in Rhode Island.Tree Falls On Merritt, Strike By Immigrants Top This Week's News In Danbury
A woman from Brookfield died after she collided with another skier at the Mohawk Mountain Ski Area in Cornwall late Saturday. Liz Milwe and her husband, Peter Wormser, are spearheading the campaign to bring a new community center and kitchen classroom to Wakeman Town Farm.
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