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Danbury, Connecticut is located in Fairfield County. Zip codes in Danbury, CT include 06811, 06816, and 06810. The median home price in Danbury is $279,900 which is roughly $154/per square foot. More Danbury information.

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16 hrs ago | Patch.com

Danbury Celebration Will Remember Boy Who Died in ATV Accident

Joey's parents describe him as "an amazing, loving, child who always had hugs and smiles for everyone. He was caring to all, and the most amazing son anyone could ask for."

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22 hrs ago | News Times

Navigators launches new cyber-threat insurance product

Recent personal information data breaches like those at Home Depot and Target put a public spotlight on just how expensive and damaging such an episode can be for a business. And while officials have yet to determine just how much the recent breach at Home Depot will cost the company, a breach last year at Target cost the retailer more than $148 million, not to mention what reputation the company might have lost with some of its customers.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Greenwich Citizen

School program seeks volunteer mentors for Danbury kindergartners

Cathy Billings, 78, of Newtown, Conn., works with Kindergartners at Morris Street School in Danbury, Conn., Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.

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Erie Times News

Sendak collection leaving library in Philadelphia

A small Philadelphia museum that houses more than 10,000 pieces by illustrator Maurice Sendak will be returning most of the collection to the author's estate. FILE - In this Sept.

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Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

Martha Stewart slams Gwyneth Paltrow: 'She just needs to be quiet'

"She just needs to be quiet," Stewart said, according to Page Six . Paltrow wasn't the only woman Stewart targeted on her apparent insult spree: She also ragged on the Netflix series Orange is the New Black, claiming the lead character of Piper was badly cast.

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The Danbury Daily Voice

Opening Of New Emergency Department By Danbury Hospital Tops Week's News

Students and staff at the Wooster School in Danbury gathered at the school's flagpole to participate in a short ceremony to remember those killed on Sept. 11 , 2001, as well as the first responders who gave their lives to save others that day.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

News Times

Danbury: A hotbed of

Most people driving through the unassuming Shelter Rock section of Danbury may not be aware that more than $376 million worth of products were exported in recent years from that neighborhood alone. In fact, the Danbury area was recently named as one of the top exporting regions in the country by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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News Times

Danbury works to increase police diversity

Danbury Police Chief Al Baker poses outside the police station in Danbury, Conn. Thursday, Sept.

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News Times

Support for customers, and employees

In this file photo from 2013, Jim Kennedy, of Danbury, owner of The Network Support Company, pictured with his wife, Laura, was honored at a luncheon where he was the recipient of the Constantine S. Macricostos Entrepreneur of the Year Award. His IT-services firm was among those named a Top Workplace for a second consecutive year in Hearst Connecticut's annual survey.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Greenwich Citizen

For Mercedes-Benz of Danbury, success starts with hiring

Owner and General Manager Robert C. Camastro speaks with his staff at Mercedes-Benz of Danbury in Danbury, Conn. Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014.

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Greenwich Citizen

Healthy workplace means happy employees

The 2014 Top Workplaces in Fairfield, New Haven and Litchfield counties show great diversity in size and sector, from real estate firm William Raveis ' more than 1,500 employees to urgent care center Doctors Express of Danbury with 35. What is the common thread that winds through these 45 Top Workplaces? Some have great perks, like The McIntyre Group , offering in-house recreation such as a pool table, dartboard and on-site gym. Though there are many benefits represented in the Top 40, they are not the common thread.

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News Times

Danbury police: Keep your eyes on the road, not your phone

As part of a statewide effort to enforce the no texting while driving law, the Danbury Police Department is ticketing drivers who have one hand on the steering wheel and the other on a cellphone. The police have teamed up with the state Department of Transportation 's Highway Safety Office for September as part of the "U drive.

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News Times

"Families need to stretch the budget as far as it will go," said Maura McNulty, a New Milford mother of four, who took over the consignment business about three years ago. "Our sale lets you clean out the clutter, make some money, shop for bargains and help charity.

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News Times

School lunches are getting

Twenty years ago when Karen Rosa would see students load their trays in the school cafeteria, she often saw a parade of the same sort of meals. Pizza and french fries were very popular, said Rosa, general manager of food services for the Stratford Public Schools.

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News Times

School program seeks volunteer mentors for Danbury kindergarteners

After the Morris Street School lost its kindergarten aides for three years because of budget cuts, a group of Unitarian-Universalists stepped in as volunteer mentors to help the children with their reading and writing skills. The volunteers never left.

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Patch.com

Bethel Middle & High School Girls Invited to Attend Free Empowerment...

The Women's Center's Project will be will be offering a free 8-week support group series for teen girls. The groups will focus on empowerment, improving self-esteem and healthy body image Separate groups will be offered for middle school and high school girls.

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The Newtown Bee

Wetlands Panel Opens Public Hearing On Cluster Development

The Inland Wetlands Commission convened its hearing on a proposed 23-lot cluster-style residential subdivision in Dodgingtown on Wednesday evening, September 10. About 40 people attended to comment on the project and to ask questions about its development. The commission, however, put off hearing responses from the developers until a future meeting.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

News Times

Connecticut joined the national conversation about racial profiling Thursday by releasing the largest database ever assembled in the state on the frequency of minority drivers being stopped by police. The raw data submitted by Connecticut's 106 police agencies reveals disparities statewide and in many communities between the proportion of blacks and Hispanics in the population and the proportion of traffic stops of black and Hispanic drivers.

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News Times

Solemn reflections at 9/11 ceremony

Bethel firefighter Brendan Ryan salutes placing a flower in memory of a victim of 9/11 Thursday morning. after A Memorial Service to commemorate the 13th anniversary of 9/11 is held at the home Howard and Jeanette Lasher on Dodgingtown Road in Newtown, Conn., Thursday, Sept.

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The Danbury Daily Voice

Wooster School In Danbury Marks 9/11 Anniversary

Students and staff at the Wooster School in Danbury gathered at the school's flagpole Thursday to participate in a short ceremony to remember those killed on Sept. 11, 2001, as well as the first responders who gave their lives to save others that day.

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