Macklin K. Reid
“The hunters say they see less deer," said Tom Belote. "The deer they’re seeing are younger. They’re seeing less large breeding does.”

Town considers use of guns for deer hunt at golf course

Deer damage at the town golf course is severe enough that town officials were asked…


Zemo’s hotel plan seeks to fill a niche

Designs for a 48-suite hotel have been submitted to the town by developer Steve Zemo,…


Lounsbury House renovations divide board but are approved

After a long and heated debate, the selectmen agreed to allow interior renovations that would…

The town’s new Bailey Avenue parking lot, with its stone wall along the sidewalk, was in full operation Tuesday. So was Mike Duff, doing a job not everyone wants done, as one of the town’s two parking enforcement officers. ‘It’s the only job in town where you get paid to exercise,’ Mr. Duff said. —Macklin Reid photo

Lot lauded, holiday parking enforcement scaled back

“Bigger spaces. No shell-crater potholes,” said Parking Authority Chairman Matt Hicks. White lines on fresh…


Ceremonies Tuesday highlight days of honoring veterans

Ridgefield is really celebrating veterans this year. Veterans Day ceremonies will take place at the…

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