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Joining the celebration of Fairfield's 375th anniversary, the Fairfield Public Library plans a "Food for Fines" drive to collect food for the townwide 375 Food Drive next weekend.
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Melanie Marks, of Fairfield, and Edwards Collins, of Milford, protest the demolition of the former home of aviation pioneer Gustave Whitehead Tuesday, April 15, 2014, outside the house on Alvin Street in Fairfield, Conn.
At the end of 40 days of Lent, Christians around Fairfield are looking forward to celebrating Easter Sunday with their families.
Several state representatives from Fairfield County, including State Representatives John Frey and Jan Giegler joined their fellow Republicans in the state legislature in introducing an alternative budget plan on Thursday, April 17. GOP lawmakers say their plan manages to stay safely under the constitutional spending cap while restoring vital ... (more)
Fairfield may be a town, but it has the distinct honor of the "Tree City USA" designation.
A pair of ospreys has built a nest this spring atop a light tower at Sullivan Field at the South Pine Creek recreation complex.
The dining room at 357 Meadowbrook Road has a chair railing, Wainscoting and a built-in corner cabinet.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection announced 15 urban forestry grants, including $12,000 for Fairfield and five other towns that are developing a GIS-based tree canopy cover map.
Republicans unveiled their alternative budget Thursday, offering to cut $55 million from the bottom line of majority Democrats while increasing municipal aid, reducing taxes on pensions and eliminating the state's Earned Income Tax Credit program.
NOTRE DAME STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Notre Dame Catholic High School honored this quartet as its Students of the Month for March.
Fairfield will celebrate Earth Day this year on Saturday, April 26, with cooking demos, food vendors, live music, Earth Day Bingo, contests, book signings, and more.
Allan Banks watched his dad die in 2005. Then his wife in 2007. And his mom in 2008.
"Danube," a blown-glass work of art, is by Venetian Giampaolo Seguso. The piece is part of his filigree collection, now on view at the Bellarmine Museum of Art in Fairfield.
State Rep. Kim Fawcett, D-133, shown at the General Assembly in February, is expected to officially announce her candidacy for the state Senate seat in the 28th Dsitrict this year.
The folks at Near & Far Aid know how to throw a party. So much so that their celebrations since 2000 have raised more than $13 million for Fairfield County organizations fighting to break the cycle of poverty.
Although this brick, timber and slate home resembles it's early 20th-century neighbors, it was actually built in 2012.
When the big, dull, brick wall was painted orange, it was clear the new restaurant on the corner was making a statement.