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  1. Shelton Farmers Market Sells Fresh Goodies All Through The Winter

    Shelton Farmers Market Sells Fresh Goodies All Through The Winter

    SHELTON, Conn. – It was cold on Saturday, but the sun was out and so were the vendors from local farms as the Shelton Farmers Market opened the doors for its indoor event.There were lots of goodies to choose from, ranging from fresh vegetables, pies, jarred tomato sauces, wine, and much more. If you arrive early, breakfast food is made fresh to order, and sometimes there is even live ...

  2. Chocolate Expo Invades Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium With Tasty Treats

    Chocolate Expo Invades Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium With Tasty Treats

    NORWALK, Conn. — The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk offered up a sweet deal last weekend as it hosted the annual Chocolate Expo, where 40 vendors served up tasty treats to thousands of visitors. Every corner of the aquarium was packed to the gills as visitors searched out their chocolate fix — trying out samples and making purchases — all under the watchful eyes of the fish, sharks and ...

  3. Polar Plunge At Westport's Compo Beach Makes A Big Splash For Charities

    Polar Plunge At Westport's Compo Beach Makes A Big Splash For Charities

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Nearly 50 excited swimmers gathered on Westport's Compo Beach on New Year's Day, ready to plunge in the freezing waters of Long Island Sound — and all for a good cause.This is the 10th year for the Freezin’ for a Reason Polar Bear Plunge, a charity event held by Temple Israel of Westport.The plunge began promptly at 11 a.m. as the crowd braved the cold, and when it was ...

  4. Faithful Gather For Blessing Of Creche Set Up On Monroe Town Green

    Faithful Gather For Blessing Of Creche Set Up On Monroe Town Green

    MONROE, Conn. – It may have been cold and drizzly, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the faithful who gathered Sunday, Dec.18., on the Monroe Town Green to welcome the Christmas season and bless a Crèche set up on the Monroe Town Green. This year marked the second annual celebration of the blessing of the Crèche, which was presented by the St. John XXIII Council 5987 of the ...

  5. Bridgeport Family Moves Into New Home, Thanks To Habitat For Humanity

    Bridgeport Family Moves Into New Home, Thanks To Habitat For Humanity

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — In a time when money can be tight and it can hard to find a place to live, sometimes you just need to have a little faith. It worked for Xiomara Franco of Bridgeport and her kids.  Franco and her kids have been through some rough times, especially when their previous apartment became a health and safety hazard after the bathroom ceiling caved in. But on Saturday, ...

  6. Trick-Or-Treaters Hit Main Street In Ridgefield For Halloween Fun

    Trick-Or-Treaters Hit Main Street In Ridgefield For Halloween Fun

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Main Street in Ridgefield was jammed on Saturday morning — but it wasn't due to traffic. The street was filled with hundreds of children and their families who were getting a jump on Halloween as businesses hosted trick-or-treating on Main Street. The costumes included everything imaginable from "The Incredibles," to bumblebees, and lions, and even dogs ...

  7. 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 ...

  8. Puzzle Your Way Out Of Locked Rooms As Escape Craze Hits Fairfield County

    Puzzle Your Way Out Of Locked Rooms As Escape Craze Hits Fairfield County

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Like to solve puzzles? Not afraid to be locked in a room with some of your closest friends? Danbury's newest and trendiest entertainment option — Escape 101 — may be right up your alley. But when you enter Escape 101, you might get sweaty palms as you wonder what you are really getting yourself into. "Escape Rooms are fun for people of all ages and group sizes. ...

  9. Edward C. Keough Sr., Of Newtown, Owner of Keough's Paint and Hardware

    Edward C. Keough Sr., Of Newtown, Owner of Keough's Paint and Hardware

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – Edward C. Keough Sr., a resident of Sandy Hook, died Saturday, July 16. He was 83. Born on April 23, 1933, in Stoughton, Mass., he was the second child of Alfred and Mary (Chaisson) Keough. The family moved to Queens Village, N.Y., where he graduated from St. Francis Xavier High School and went on to earn a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the ...

  10. Rebecca Davidoff, 92, Stamford Interior Designer

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Rebecca Davidoff, a resident of Stamford, died Wednesday, June 8. She was 92.Born Oct.1,1923, in Istanbul, Turkey, she was the second daughter of Moise and Meryam Behar Eskenazi.She was a professional interior designer who worked for W&J Sloane Inc. before starting her own company, Rebecca Davidoff Interiors. She proudly held the office of president of the CT ...

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