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  1. Owner Searching For Lost Dog In Brookfield

    Owner Searching For Lost Dog In Brookfield

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- The owners are searching for a Brookfield dog who went missing after slipping out of her collar on Sunday morning, according to police. She ran into nearby woods off Powder Horn Hill in Brookfield, police said.If she is seen, the owners ask people not to attempt to catch her as she will likely run. If you see the dog, please call 203-770-1803.

  2. Connecticut Violent Crime Rate Lowest Since 1974, FBI Report Shows

    Connecticut Violent Crime Rate Lowest Since 1974, FBI Report Shows

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Connecticut’s crime rate is at a 50-year low, with violent transgressions the lowest levels since 1974, and overall numbers the lowest since 1967, FBI records show. Connecticut also has seen the second largest decrease in violent crime nationwide.Crime numbers from 2015 released by the FBI indicate an 8.5 percent change over the previous year.The drop in ...

  3. WestConn In Danbury To Host Holistic, Integrative Health Discussion

    WestConn In Danbury To Host Holistic, Integrative Health Discussion

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The public is invited to a panel discussion on holistic health and fitness on Wednesday at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury.“Holistic and Integrative Health Initiatives: Part One,” is an opportunity for the community to learn about alternative approaches to health and wellness, and meet practitioners in the Danbury area.The program is free and hosted by ...

  4. Firefighters Name Senator Hwang Of Newtown As Co-Legislator Of The Year

    Firefighters Name Senator Hwang Of Newtown As Co-Legislator Of The Year

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- State Sen. Tony Hwang of Fairfield was recognized as the 2016 Co-Legislator of the Year by the Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut during a recent ceremony in New Britain. The award recognizes Hwang’s efforts in helping craft legislation that provides wage replacement benefits to all eligible paid and volunteer firefighters diagnosed with ...

  5. 'Concert To End Gun Violence' Pulls Out The Stops To Benefit Newtown Group

    'Concert To End Gun Violence' Pulls Out The Stops To Benefit Newtown Group

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Musicians from Ridgefield and surrounding towns will hit the stage at the high school on Sunday as part of a nationwide concert dedicated to eliminating deadly gun violence across the U.S.  The School of Rock Ridgefield along with a coalition of gun violence prevention activists in Ridgefield have banded together for the "Concert Across America to End Gun ...

  6. Public Hearing Scheduled In Bethel On Power Line Proposal

    Public Hearing Scheduled In Bethel On Power Line Proposal

    BETHEL, Conn. -- The Connecticut Siting Council will conduct a public hearing in Bethel on Thursday, Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., on a proposal for a new power line. They will hear comments from the public on a plan by Eversource Energy to place a second power line next to the existing high-tension line that runs from Brookfield to Bethel through the Stony Hill neighborhood. Both ...

  7. WCSU Stages Social Work Expo 2016 In Danbury

    WCSU Stages Social Work Expo 2016 In Danbury

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The Western Connecticut State University department of social work will host Social Work Expo 2016 from 1-3 p.m. Wednesday in Warner Hall on the university’s midtown campus, 181 White St., Danbury. The expo will provide an educational and professional setting for a discussion about social work and is a networking opportunity for anyone interested in becoming involved ...

  8. Road Closures Scheduled In Bethel

    Road Closures Scheduled In Bethel

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Shelter Rock Road in Bethel will be closed for paving from the Payne Road intersection near Meckauer Park to the Danbury town line, beginning Monday, Sept. 19 and lasting through the week. Closures will be in place from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Paving is expected to be completed by Friday, Sept. 23.

  9. Bethel Group Brings Public Art Outside For The Community To Enjoy

    Bethel Group Brings Public Art Outside For The Community To Enjoy

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Bethel Arts’ public sculpture exhibit is currently on display on the lawn at the Bethel Municipal Center and in the gardens of the Bethel Public Library.Featuring 10 large-scale sculptures, the endeavor started back in the spring of 2014 when representatives of Bethel Arts met sculptor David Boyajian, whose sculpture barn in New Fairfield is home to many creative ...

  10. Connecticut State Police Warn Residents About Traffic Ticket Scam

    Connecticut State Police Warn Residents About Traffic Ticket Scam

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Connecticut State Police are warning residents of a traffic ticket scam impacting residents.Police warn residents to be sure to read all emails carefully, ensuring that the vehicle's tag number and state are correct. They also warned about sending money.If a person is unsure they should contact the appropriate agency directly. 

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