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By The Women’s Center
DANBURY, CT - The Women’s Center is pleased to announce an annual college scholarship award opportunity that is generously funded by members of its Board of Directors. This new program is the 2019 Upstander Leadership Award, and the inaugural winners were Colleen O’Connor and Satil Moni
Both Colleen and Satil were announced as the winners and presented with a $500 check at…

WATERBURY - A dry talent pipeline is contributing to economic stagnation in Connecticut's cities
The state is one of 15 in the country with no accredited, graduate level urban planning programs, which advocates say bring in research dollars, groom qualified professionals and furnish data to inform future investments in development
Mary Donegan, assistant professor in-residence of urban and community studies at the University of Connecticut, said…

Riders on Metro-North's Danbury Branch line will have to take substitute bus service from 9 p.m., Friday, July 19 through the last scheduled trains on Sunday, July 21, due to repair work
Southbound buses will operate approximately 20 minutes earlier than scheduled trains. Northbound buses are scheduled to meet arriving trains at the South Norwalk station
The pattern will be repeated from Friday, July 26 through…

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Have you ever cruised through a neighborhood on Google Street View and noticed a blurred house?

You know that petting your dog feels good, now science is backing you up. A recent study conducted by Washington State University scientists found that cuddling and stroking a cat or dog for just a few minutes can reduce your cortisol levels. “Just 10 minutes can have a significant impact,” Patricia Pendry, an associate professor in WSU’s Department of Human Development, said in a statement. “Students in our study that interacted with cats and dogs had a significant reduction in cortisol, a

There was an air of exasperated despair in U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal's approach to Google executives in this week's Senate hearings . Why can't you erase Alex Jones from search engines? "You can't unleash the monster and say it's too big to control," Blumenthal said
Google's Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy, Karan Bhatia , then told the senator the tech giant was doing everything it could to remove all content from YouTube related to Alex Jones and Infowars.
It was…

10:31 am EDT, Wednesday, July 17, 2019
A couple places are offering some hot deals for hot dog day July 17. >>Click through to see where you can score a cheap dog and keep clicking if you prefer a local CT dog
A couple places are offering some hot deals for hot dog day July 17. >>Click through to see where you can score a cheap dog and keep clicking if you prefer a local CT dog...
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New Milford and Sherman will open cooling stations in preparation for the intense heat this weekend
New Milford's cooling center, at 25 Church St., will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday and 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The library and town hall are available as a cooling station during the week while the buildings are open.
"Please be safe and drink plenty of liquids to stay hydrated," New Milford Mayor Pete Bass said in a Facebook…

The Women's Center is pleased to announce an annual college scholarship award opportunity that is generously funded by members of its Board of Directors. This new program is the 2019 Upstander Leadership Award, and the inaugural winners were Colleen O'Connor and Satil Moni
Both Colleen and Satil were announced as the winners and presented with a $500 check at their school's Annual Awards' ceremony in May…

Our mailer recently went out to invite people to renew or become a member of the Womenâs Center! Membership reflects community support and shows funders that our Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Resource Services programs are important to, and lifelines for, the people who live in our 13 town service area. People like Lizzie, who shared with one of our educators after a program in her high school, that she and her mom had stayed at our Elizabeth House shelter when she…

It&rsquo s one thing for someone to make the choice to leave their job and become an entrepreneur it&rsquo s another thing entirely to decide on which route you take next. Exiting a humdrum career and...

The first case of Ebola has hit Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a major urban transit hub on the Rwandan border.