A federal judge won’t recommend that prison officials allow “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice (JOO’-dys) to serve most of her federal prison sentence in a halfway house.
We’ve all seen deer, but the doe Shirley Lowell spotted in the woods near her yard in Danbury last weekend was something else.
A private school teacher surrendered to police in Greenwich, Conn. On Tuesday, following allegations that he’d had sexual contact with a child at the school.
Some in Fairfield County, Conn. are taking preventative measures to avoid the potential for a roof collapse.
The latest round of snowfall is expected to begin Wednesday night and last into Thursday night, dumping 6 to 10 inches on New York City, according to the National Weather Service.
Mayor Mark Boughton announced in August he had formed a committee to explore a possible run for governor. He said he wanted to spend several months “testing the waters” before deciding.
Black Friday turned into Bad Friday for multiple shoppers across the country, including those at several stores in the Tri-State Area.
A Danbury, Conn. man and woman appeared in court Wednesday, on charges that the man used an electric dog collar to punish a girl in his care.
Interstate 84 has been shut down this weekend, as New York State crews slide prefab bridge decks into place.
The detour of the westbound lanes begins at 5 p.m. on Saturday and will last through Sunday.
On Wednesday morning, Mayor Mark Boughton sent out a cryptic, Bruce Springsteen-inspired tweet that said, “Tramps like us — Baby we were born to run.”
Hill, 38, was sentenced in May to three months in jail for tax evasion. She will also serve an additional three months of home confinement following her release.
State police officers are investigating circumstances surrounding the incident at the request of the Danbury state attorney and Ridgefield police chief.
A Connecticut jury awarded $6.5 million Thursday to the family of a man whose death at Danbury Hospital was blamed on excessive sodium, his attorneys said.
Danbury, with its population of 80,000, is again proudly sporting the banner as the safest city in Connecticut. That’s according to a survey by CQ Press.