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In summer, the big elm trees on either side of town hall rise above the building in leafy majesty. They’re in poor health, and a redesign of the area in front of the building has been started. —Macklin Reid photo

Charter revision proposals go to public hearing Thursday night

There’s some back-and-forth in the charter revision process, and the selectmen are having a public…

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$93-million town debt could be cut in half in a decade

The town’s $93-million debt could be more than cut in half over the next decade…

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Julia’s gown: fit for a queen — or meeting one

A gown is more than a dress, not just something to wear. It’s a statement,…

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Voters increase fines for parking offenses

Fines have been hiked for two of the more serious parking violations — parking in…

Golf course injury: ‘Willful’ misconduct, but not ‘malicious’

“Willful misconduct” disabled safety devices on equipment at the Ridgefield Golf Course, leading to the…

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