News / October 9, 2019 Community Development Block Grant Funds Daily Bread Food Pantry’s Reconfiguration Project

By Tribuna Staff

Daily Bread Food Pantry (DBFP), a Danbury non-profit organization that provides food free-of charge to low- and moderate-income families in need, is thrilled to announce that work has begun on a comprehensive reconfiguration of its interior space. This project is funded by a Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...

Community In Focus, News / October 9, 2019 School, City, Community Turn Pembroke Playground Dream into Reality

By Tribuna Staff

The ribbon has been cut. The new playground at Pembroke School is ready for play. The nearly $270,000 project is near completion after more than a year of tremendous effort and planning by school faculty — and donations from the City of Danbury, local businesses, neighboring communities and students. Pembroke principal, Dr. Sharon Epple, and Leigh Viviano, a former special education teacher...

Columns, Community In Focus, News / October 9, 2019 Ventura Law Welcomes New Of-Counsel Attorney Michael Corsello

By Tribuna Staff

Long-time Norwalk attorney, Michael Corsello, is joining Ventura Law. Ventura Law has provided its clients with compassionate legal service and a strong voice in the legal process since 1957, with four offices in Connecticut and one in New York City. It is a full-service practice, serving clients who have been injured in cases ranging from...

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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