News / January 16, 2018 Winter Generator Usage: OPEI Reminds Home and Business Owners to Keep Safety in Mind

By The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI)

Generators are critical during severe weather events, when the power can go out, as well as for bringing power to remote job sites and in disaster recovery and emergencies. As we move into the upcoming “snow season,” a time when homeowners’ electricity can go out due to snow and ice, the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), an...

Cover, News / January 15, 2018 Top State Education Officials Say There Is Nowhere Left to Cut

By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas 

After being asked by the governor’s budget office to recommend places to cut state education spending, Connecticut’s top school officials have decided reductions are not possible.  “We respectfully stated that we are unable to reduce further,” Education Commissioner Dianna Wentzell told the State Board of Education, which then unanimously approved responding that cuts are not possible.  The education...

Culinary // Food, News / December 27, 2017 Grown Up Grilled Cheese

By Alicia Ghio

Chances are if it’s a snowy (or way-too-cold-to-go-outside) work-from-home kind of day, we’re making grilled cheeses for lunch. As an adult, my tastes have evolved and so have my grilled cheese making skills. Here are a few of my tips. Use quality ingredients. Use real butter, a quality whole grain bread and real cheese. Use frozen...

The Heritage Plaza: Celebrating Danbury’s History and Cultural Diversity

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The Heritage Plaza: Celebrating Danbury’s History and Cultural Diversity

By Angela Barbosa

Danbury’s prominent role in the 20th century American hat-making industry was marked by the unveiling ceremony of the Hatter’s Monument on June 20 at Heritage Plaza, led by the City Council’s Democratic minority leader and a member of the Hat City Monument Committee. The Heritage Plaza is the culmination of various projects at City Hall…

Farewell Ceremony to the 411th Civil Affairs Battalion Soldiers

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Farewell Ceremony to the 411th Civil Affairs Battalion Soldiers

By Angela Barbosa

  More than a deployment ceremony, family members, friends, military staff, community leaders and dignitaries gathered at the Veterans Armed Forces Reserve Center in Danbury to celebrate, recognize and honor the courage and dedication of the Charlie Company of the 411th Civil Affairs Battalion (CA BN) 34 soldiers as they prepared to leave for over…

FREE Youth Baseball Clinic

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FREE Youth Baseball Clinic

By Tribuna Staff

Family & Children’s Aid, Major League Baseball (MLB) player alumni and the Danbury Westerns are inviting you to a morning of lots of fun! Up to ten former MLB players will teach baseball and life skills to children from 4 – 18 years old. But don’t wait until the last minute. The first 300 youth…

Protesters Block Hartford’s Main Street Over Immigration Ruling

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Protesters Block Hartford’s Main Street Over Immigration Ruling

By Kyle Constable – CT Mirror

  Just days after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling invalidated a White House plan to protect millions of immigrants living in the United States from deportation, more than 150 protesters gathered outside the state’s federal immigration enforcement office in Hartford and blocked a portion of Main Street. Protesters hoped to send a message to federal…

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