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Resident's Serious Spinal Injury Successfully Treated By WCHN Specialist
Newtown resident and avid bow hunter Kevin Shepard does not remember the fall or impact when his tree stand failed during a 2015 outing in neighboring Brookfield and he fell 35 feet into a rocky stream bed, fracturing his spine and dislocating his mid-back.
5 New Houses For Sale In The Bethel Area
BETHEL, CT — Looking for a new house nearby, but tired of seeing the same old property listings every time you search online? Never fear! To keep you in the game, we've compiled the latest batch of new listings nearby.
Ridgefield illustrated: Visitors’ map showcases town’s assets
A map with pictures is worth a thousand babbled directions. Even when “past the light, then there’s a bunch of big white houses” is enthusiastically ornamented with pointing, arm waving and reassuring nods.
Byrd's Books Talks Great Backyard Bird County with Audubon Center at Bent of the River
Do you want to know about the Great Backyard Bird Count? Would you like to find out why it is important? On Tuesday, February 5th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm, visit Bethel’s Byrd’s Books to learn about and prepare for the annual bird count that takes place this year from February 15th to 18th.
Assistance for employees affected by federal shutdown
Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R,C,Ref-Mahopac) is pleased to announce bill (A.881) has passed the Assembly. Introduced by Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski (D-New City), Byrne co-sponsored the bill which would allow local governments to grant temporary extensions to employees affected by the federal government s
‘Visual metaphors’ and ‘life puzzles’ on display
Thirty-four paintings and six sculptures created by Michael Morris, who’s moving from Bethel to Mississippi, are on display this year at the G&B Cultural Center at 49 New Street.
Lakeview Second-Graders Perform ‘The Littlest Tree’
MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Second-graders from Lakeview Elementary School delighted parents and teachers last month with a production of the play,”The Littlest Tree.” Adapted from the children’s book by Janie Jasin, “The Littlest Tree” is a tale of growing and becoming while being grateful for your present sur
Letter: Corrections to previous letter on pickleball
I wish to correct some information related in my Dec. 23, 2018 letter which I recently learned were inaccurate. $1,902 of the total cost ($8,478) for the backboard motorization in Yanity Gym was paid for by the players.
Ridgefield Will Soon be Home to a Robot Master Club
Semia Robot Master Club is set to open at 28 Prospect Street, the space that previously housed The Pilates Barre. The Planning & Zoning minutes show that a Special Permit Application for 28 Prospect Street was filed by Semia Education Technology for change of use to Educational Use.
Race4Chase Kid’s Triathlon Program Benefits From BlueCrest’s Team-Building Challenge
DANBURY— Grouped in teams of four or five, employees from global technology company BlueCrest in Danbury worked in teams to put together children’s bicycles at BlueCrest’s Build A Bike Challenge inside the company’s headquarters at 37 Executive Drive, on January 11.
Winter Garden, Ridgefield Playhouse Host Fundraiser for Sam Buck and Vanishing White Matter Foundation
Two opportunities in Ridgefield to support Sam Buck and Vanishing White Matter Foundation. On Friday, January 25, the Ridgefield High School Boys Hockey Team will take-on FCIAC rival, Greenwich High School at 4:30 pm at the Winter Garden Ice Arena. But unlike other games, this game will be a fundrai