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  1. Danbury Titans Usher In New Hockey Season With Party, First Victory

    Danbury Titans Usher In New Hockey Season With Party, First Victory

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Hockey fans in Greater Danbury were able to meet and greet the members of the Danbury Titans with a party Wednesday evening at Kennedy Flats and wish them luck in their first game of the season.And the good wishes paid off. The Titans rallied in their season and home opener for an overtime win, 7-6, over the Berlin River Drivers on Friday.  They ran out of luck in ...

  2. Students At Danbury's WestConn March On Campus To Stop Sexual Violence

    Students At Danbury's WestConn March On Campus To Stop Sexual Violence

    DANBURY, Conn. — To put a spotlight on the often hidden issue of domestic and sexual violence, Western Connecticut State University in Danbury hosted a number of events, including "Take Back the Night" with speakers and a candlelight ceremony. The goal of the event, held by the Women's Center of Greater Danbury and the Delta Gamma Phi sorority, was to raise awareness while ...

  3. Great Pumpkin Festival Rises At Stratford's Boothe Memorial Park

    Great Pumpkin Festival Rises At Stratford's Boothe Memorial Park

    STRATFORD, Conn. -- Costumes ranged from the downright cute to the outright scary as crowds turned out to celebrate Halloween with the Great Pumpkin Festival at Boothe Memorial Park in Stratford last Saturday.For over two decades, Stratford has celebrated autumn with the event.The festivities last weekend offered something fun for all ages, including a children's costume parade with ...

  4. Shelton Firefighters Teach Kids How To Stay Safe With Home Fire Drills

    Shelton Firefighters Teach Kids How To Stay Safe With Home Fire Drills

    SHELTON, Conn. — The White Hills Volunteer Fire Co. joined forces with Griffin Hospital to celebrate Fire Prevention Week by teaching the kids of Shelton valuable lessons in safety. The open house was held Saturday at the firehouse for people of all ages to learn more about fire safety. One of the main draws of the day was the Safe House, where kids could put their lessons to work and ...

  5. Passport To Sandy Hook Event Boosts Businesses In Newtown

    Passport To Sandy Hook Event Boosts Businesses In Newtown

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Crowds of shoppers made their way around the area and stopped in at each store as the Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity hosted its sixth annual Passport to Sandy Hook event last Saturday. The sunny day turned cold and wet, but that didn't dampen the spirits of participants.Shoppers were given a map of the area, with a goal of visiting each local shop and getting ...

  6. Celebrate Shelton Dishes Up Music, Food And Fun For All

    Celebrate Shelton Dishes Up Music, Food And Fun For All

    SHELTON, Conn. -- Residents hit the streets Sunday for Celebrate Shelton, enjoying the vendors, shops, food and entertainment set up downtown along Howe Avenue on a gray fall day.Celebrate Shelton is a citywide initiative focusing on small businesses and the community that surrounds them.“This was really something nice to come to. I am new to Shelton, so it was a great way to meet the ...

  7. Plasko's Farm In Trumbull Stuffs In The Fall Fun At Scarecrow Festival

    Plasko's Farm In Trumbull Stuffs In The Fall Fun At Scarecrow Festival

    TRUMBULL, Conn. -- The weekend weather was wet and chilly, but that didn't dampen the fall fun at Plasko's Farm in Trumbull, as they kicked off their annual Scarecrow Festival.Each year, the farm holds the festival, which draws "so many people, you have to fight for parking, just to get in," says John Plasko, owner of Plasko's Farm.The festival features activities such as make ...

  8. Ridgefield Carnival Delivers Fall Fun For Two Good Causes

    Ridgefield Carnival Delivers Fall Fun For Two Good Causes

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- The Ridgefield Prevention Council embraces a serious message about safety. But it also knows how to promote community fun by hosting the Ridgefield Carnival last weekend with the Boys & Girls Club."We started about four or five years ago with the partnership with the Boys & Girls Club. Last year, we started this carnival," said Tim Hastings, a ...

  9. Bargain Hunters Flock To Wilton Library's Awesome Autumn Book Sale

    Bargain Hunters Flock To Wilton Library's Awesome Autumn Book Sale

    WILTON, Conn. -- You never know what treasures you may find: That was the motto of readers at last weekend's Awesome Autumn Book Sale at the Wilton Public Library."The book sale has really brought in people all weekend, and it's nice to see everyone get excited," said Sue Sullivan, tri-chair of the book sale, which benefits the Wilton Library. Throughout the sale area were ...

  10. Shelton's Oronoque Farms Celebrates Fall By Stuffing Scarecrows

    Shelton's Oronoque Farms Celebrates Fall By Stuffing Scarecrows

    SHELTON, Conn. -- Autumn in Shelton means it's time to pull out the stops for the Scarecrow Festival at Oronoque Farms, a tradition that has grown in the past decade."I've been doing this festival since my girls were little, and we enjoy doing it each year," says Jenette Kreitler, owner of Oronoque Farms.At event, scarecrow fans could pay $20 and have all the supplies handy to ...

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