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Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut partners with businesses to exhibit work of local artists
: The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut continues to collaborate with two local organizations to support artists and engage community. Hancock Hall, a nursing home that specializes in short-term rehab, long-term care, and respite care, will show the photography of Terrence Tougas,
40th Annual Young Artists Exhibition at The Katonah Museum of Art
: Wooster students Lizzie Lee, Sophia Cilento, Shelby Bernstein, Lillian Zhao, and Sahara DiClemente have work on display at The Katonah Museum of Art (KMA) this month as part of the 40th Annual Young Artists exhibition which features the work of high school
Statement from Mayor Dean Esposito on Governor Lamont’s Budget Speech
: Today, Mayor Dean Esposito issued the following statement following Governor Lamont’s budget address. “I want to thank Governor Lamont for his increase in ECS funding for the City of Danbury of roughly 3 million dollars a year for the next two years. This is
This Week in the City features Motor Vehicle Registration Compliance
: In this episode of "This Week in the City" Mayor Dean Esposito is joined by Chief of Staff Roger Palanzo to discuss efforts by the Tax Assessors office in regard to motor vehicle registration compliance. The City of Danbury has contracted
Singing Valentine's from Danbury's Mad Hatter Chorus!
: Running out of gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? Why not buy that special person a Singing Valentine? For $50, a tuxedo-clad quartet will deliver two love songs, a rose, and a card to your loved one. Or, for $25, one of our
UT Student, Sofia Whelchel, of Danbury, Earned Dean's List Honors
: Sofia Whelchel, of Danbury, earned dean's list honors at The University of Tampa for the Fall 2022 semester. Whelchel is majoring in Animation BFA. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or higher to be eligible for the dean's list. The
WCSU celebrates Black History Month with public events
: Western Connecticut State University will hold two events for students, faculty, alumni and the public to learn more about the contributions and success of Black citizens in the work and sports worlds, in celebration of Black History Month. On Tuesday, Feb.
Brian Ramey, 46, longtime employee of Danbury News-Times, has died
: Brian Matthew Ramey, 46, beloved son of Barbara (Setaro) Ramey and the late Mitchell T. Ramey and beloved brother of Tara Ramey was quietly taken home to Jesus on Monday, January 30, 2023. Brian was born in Danbury on July 5, 1976,
Danbury Resident Kiera McCarthy Named to Dean's List at Endicott College
: Endicott College, the first college in the U.S. to require internships for its students, is pleased to announce its Fall 2022 Dean's List students. Kiera McCarthy of Danbury is among those named to the Dean's List at Endicott College for the
ACT of Connecticut's highly anticipated SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT GALA is set for Saturday, April 1, 2023!
: ACT of Connecticut's SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT GALA is set for Saturday, April 1, 2023! This year, we are thrilled to honor and recognize Heather Hillman and Rudy L. Ruggles Jr. with ACT of CT's Visionary Award. Heather is a Founding Board Member of ACT
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Pet Photos with Santa at Danbury Fair Mall on Monday, December 5!
Published on Wednesday, 30 November 2022 17:11
Written by HH
Danbury Fair Mall invites you to capture Santa photos with your pets on Monday, December 5 from 4 to 7pm.
Everyone is welcome!
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*Image courtesy Danbury Fair Mall
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