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In this week’s Ridgefield Press

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Ridgefield Press, out today:

  • Property values have decreased an average of 18% in the past few years: An examination of the new revaluation and its effects.
  • Why does CHIRP want a six-passenger golf cart?
  • Both the disabled and the elderly will benefit from a new bus acquired by SPHERE.
  • Murph recalls the top 10 events in Ridgefield sports in 2012.
  • Getting federal aid to help pay for storm damage is no easy task, the town has learned through experience.
  • What are all those cute little faces doing on the front page?
  • Ridgefield Boy Scout Alex Fish and his friends fixed up a basketball court at a Danbury affordable housing project.
  • Many recall Ed Brennan and the work he did for youth sports.
  • In the wake of Sandy Hook, several readers offer their thoughts on weapons.
  • A group of Ridgefielders plans to create 1,000 paper cranes as a gift of sympathy to the library in Newtown.
  • The Playhouse is planning special benefits for Sandy Hook families.
  • The Boys & Girls Club is going purple.
  • RHS student columnist Dani Blum weighs in on the school closing issue.
  • The Golf Performance Center on Route 7 is now bigger and offers more services.
  • Robert Riche of Ridgefield has a new comic novel out.
  • New Year’s Eve events in Danbury and Westport offer families a chance to celebrate the new year.
  • Scouts will be collecting Christmas trees again.
  • Five houses sold last week — three of them for more than $1 million each and one for nearly $3 million.
  • Ridgefield Physical Therapy has turned 10.
  • The 2013 Mazda3 i 5-door GT shows a big jump in fuel economy.
  • The Keeler Tavern won a big grant to help with its roof project.
  • The Ridgefield Press is on Facebook — become one of more than 1,320 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com/RidgefieldPress.
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