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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. 'Christmas Critics' Stage Newtown Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest

    'Christmas Critics' Stage Newtown Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- A new holiday tradition is coming to Newtown.A group calling itself the “Christmas Critics” is having the town's first annual outdoor holiday decorating contest. The contest is free to enter, and a map or list of the participating homes will be made public so Newtowners can see them. This is not a fundraiser, and all homes entering are asked not to put out any kind of ...

  3. Newtown's Hawleyville Firehouse Hosts Annual Holiday Light Show

    Newtown's Hawleyville Firehouse Hosts Annual Holiday Light Show

    NEWTOWN,  Conn. -- The Hawleyville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department will be hosting its second annual holiday light show starting on Thanksgiving. The show will feature more than 40,000 lights that dance, shimmer and shine to more than 100 songs, officials said. There also will be a "Winter Village," an interactive walk-through display for children featuring ...

  4. Monroe Man Wins $10K Lottery Prize For Second Time

    Monroe 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 ...

  5. Bethel's Hal Kurfehs Named In Marquis Who’s Who

    Bethel's Hal Kurfehs Named In Marquis Who’s Who

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Bethel resident Hal Kurfehs has been included in this year's edition of Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility and prominence in a field are taken into account, according to a press release.Kurfehs, ...

  6. 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 ...

  7. CEO Of United Way Serving Newtown Named To National ALICE Council

    CEO Of United Way Serving Newtown 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 ...

  8. 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 ...

  9. Redding's Mark Twain Library Seeks Donations To Stock Book Fair Shelves

    Redding's Mark Twain Library Seeks Donations To Stock Book Fair Shelves

    REDDING, Conn. – If you’re thinking about decluttering your space and dealing with those teetering stacks of books around the house, there is still time to donate them to the Mark Twain Library’s 56th Annual Book Fair. The Mark Twain Library will be accepting donations until Sunday, July 31. After that, volunteers behind the scenes will be sorting, pricing, and boxing the thousands of ...

  10. Bethel Student Named To Prefect Post At Wooster School

    Bethel Student Named To Prefect Post At Wooster School

    DANBURY, Conn -- Next year's senior leadership positions ata the Wooster School recently were announced during a special assembly. As a part of Wooster’s self-help philosophy, students are given complete responsibility for the physical environment of the school. Each day at Wooster, students participate in a “jobs” period. Every senior is assigned a job area, where they are in charge of ...

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