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Consumer Alert: Be Aware of Traveling Pavers’ Scams

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Consumer Alert: Be Aware of Traveling Pavers’ Scams

By Catherine Blinder

This early summer has brought early-blooming flowers, warm weather, longer days and, unfortunately, door-to-door scammers who try to take advantage of homeowners in a variety of ways. It seems like there are more every year – chimney repairs, magazine subscriptions, alternative energy contracts, lawn mowing and landscaping, house painting, roofers and gutter installers and the…

Nothing Left Unspoken – Leading Christian Rock Band to Play at Ridgefield Playhouse

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Agenda, Culture & Lifestyle

Nothing Left Unspoken – Leading Christian Rock Band to Play at Ridgefield Playhouse

By Emanuela Palmares

Unspoken is an American Christian band, with an unapologetically soulful pop sound, adventurous production and complex vocal harmonies, mixed with the international influences of the band (guitarist Mike Gomez hails from the Dominican Republic and drummer Ariel Munoz from Puerto Rico). Their first Centricity Music album sold more than 100,000 physical copies and spawned four…

Bacon & Leek Pasta

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Culinary // Food, Culture & Lifestyle

Bacon & Leek Pasta

By Alicia Ghio

Leeks and bacon are a perfect match. Add some pasta to the mix, and you have a salty, savory, slightly sweet, crave-worthy dinner on your hands. If you haven’t cooked with leeks before, it’s important to know that they grow in sandy soil, so they can be gritty and need to be thoroughly cleaned. Here’s…

Let’s Get Fit and Have Fun!

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Culture & Lifestyle, Sports

Let’s Get Fit and Have Fun!

By Estela Camacho

The Danbury Athletic Youth Organization (DAYO) Annual Speed and Agility Camp is back for the fourth year! We are an organization that offers a variety of athletic activities to the children in our community and nearby towns. We pride ourselves in conducting constant evaluation of all our programs each year to see where we can…

Credit Cards for People with Poor Credit Scores: 5 Things You Should Know

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Credit Cards for People with Poor Credit Scores: 5 Things You Should Know

By Renata DeOliveira

People who have a poor rating are likely hoping to rebuild their credit score. There are many different reasons for damaged credit, but there is always a way to rebound. One of the best ways to begin the rebuilding process is to open a new loan line. Fortunately, there are credit cards for people with…

Just How Fragile Are We Really? Are We Prepared?

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Columns, Kids & Family

Just How Fragile Are We Really? Are We Prepared?

By Anne E. Mead, Ed. D

Events in Danbury over the past few weeks have shown how fragile we are as victims of situations beyond our control. First, the waterline break at Tamarack Avenue stopped Danbury in its tracks, catching homeowners by surprise and unprepared. Many had no extra water or supplies on hand. Second, the more recent storm last week…

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