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As another American town reels from the savagery of a mass shooting, the families of the Sandy Hook massacre victims are deciding how to honor... [Read More]
The community of activists and family members who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook massacre reacted with grief, outrage and calls for action following... [Read More]
Casey Campbell wanted more than a lollipop for Valentine's Day. The 18-year-old accounting major from Hartford wanted to test his heart to see what... [Read More]
It's a big year for Adriana Pratt, who's preparing for her first Holy Communion this spring with her second-grade class at St. Peter School. ... [Read More]
The work of a home-grown nonprofit that helps communities spot signs of school-based violence before it happens would be multiplied by similar federally funded programs,... [Read More]
The health network that operates Danbury and Norwalk hospitals has signed a collaboration agreement with one of the largest health organizations in the country to... [Read More]
Kim Morgan walked into Wilson Hernandez's business, La Mitad del Mundo, with big ideas about job training programs for immigrants and minorities that she was... [Read More]
The city's plan to reduce poverty by 30 percent among immigrants and minorities over the next decade has gotten a $450,000 boost from a competitive... [Read More]
* * * * * DO NOT WEB; Embargoed until 12:01 Feb. 6 * * * * * DANBURY - The city's plan to... [Read More]
A Catholic school on the verge of closing is exploring something new in Fairfield County, reviving the fabled methods of the one-room schoolhouse. With an... [Read More]
A Catholic school on the verge of closing is exploring something new in Fairfield County, reviving the fabled methods of the one-room schoolhouse. With... [Read More]
The school district would hire more social workers and counselors next year, and the town would pave more roads, under a $117 million proposed budget... [Read More]
Greater Danbury's Congressional delegation was critical of what it called President Donald Trump's partisan rhetoric and divisive tone in his first State of the Union... [Read More]
A higher gas tax and new fees for alternative-fuel vehicles are among the ways America can pay for a major overhaul of its outdated infrastructure... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty called on activists, community leaders and youth on Wednesday to join forces and pressure Congress to allow young immigrants brought here... [Read More]
When state budget cuts ended child care subsidies for 355 city families last year, working parents were left with hard choices: leaving kids in cheap,... [Read More]
At 27 years old, Matt DeLuca had deteriorated to such a state in his addiction that he would cry at night, thinking of the trouble... [Read More]
The town's decision to join Southbury and 16 cities and towns in a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies is just one response to an opioid addiction... [Read More]
The good news for an interfaith group that helped resettle a refugee family from Congo in the spring is that the group is ready to... [Read More]
The chain of events that made it possible for Tom Saadi to be nominated as Connecticut's next Commissioner of Veterans Affairs began when he thought... [Read More]