Danbury Public Schools To Begin Using Connecticut’s Rapid Testing Pilot Program
As the amount of COVID-19 cases in Danbury continues to rise, the local public school system is next in line to begin a statewide pilot program regarding rapid testing for students.
Danbury Mayor Runs Down West Street in Chicken Costume Alongside Unicorn
While most of us were digging out of a pile of Turkey Day leftovers, Mayor Mark spent his Black Friday dressed as a different type of poultry. A chicken.
Danbury Police Seek Info Following Serious Crash on Lake Avenue Extension
Danbury police are looking to the public for information following a crash that left the operator of the vehicle seriously injured.
Police: Duo Lied About Danbury Robbery to Fool Immigration System
Two local people have been accused of lying about an armed robbery in the Hat City in an alleged attempt to buck the system and score what's called U Nonimmigrant status, also referred to as a U Visa.
New Milford Police Look to Public to Nab Shoplifters
The New Milford Police Department is looking to the public for help identifying two people who have made the naughty list following a shoplifting incident.
Police: Danbury Woman Sold Illegal Cigarettes and Booze, Arrested for 5th Time
A local woman has been arrested after being accused of illegally selling cigarettes and alcohol out of her apartment. It's the fifth time she's been arrested on similar charges in the past two years.
Danbury Firefighter Injured, 22 People Displaced Following 3-Alarm Fire
Twenty Two Hat City residents are without a place to stay and two others are injured in the aftermath of a 3-alarm fire that ravaged a multiple family home in Danbury.
Danbury Calls Out Local Establishments as Hat City Becomes a Red Zone
In the wake of Danbury being designated as a Red Zone for the potential transmission of COVID-19, Mayor Mark Boughton's office has issued a few stern warnings.
How Lower Hudson Valley Residents Can Score 150 Gallons of Home Heating Oil
We're teaming up with Just Oil, the home heating oil company, to give away 150 gallons of oil to a New York resident.
Danbury Public Schools Delay In-Person Learning, Remote Classes to Resume
Just days before public schools were to resume in-person classes in the Hat City since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Danbury has decided to once again postpone opening up its classrooms.