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Connie Packard-Kamedulski, owner of Animal Fair at 90 Danbury Road, will close her store this month after 15 years in business. — Steve Coulter photo

Animal Fair to close its doors after 15 years in business

Animal Fair will close its doors April 24, owner Connie Packard-Kamedulski said this week. Packard-Kamedulski…

Ross’ Bread changes hands Wednesday

Ross’ Bread, located in Copps Hill Commons at 109 Danbury Road, has announced an ownership…

Jennifer Carpenter, a naturalist and animal care coordinator at Woodcock Nature Center, holds a spotted turtle in front of one of the site’s seven vernal pools. Ms. Carpenter, a 2000 graduate of Ridgefield High School, has been working on creating a research study of the nature center’s vernal pools with guidance from the Connecticut Association of Wetland Scientists and the Ridgefield Conservation Commission. She will host the first ever research of Woodcok’s vernal pools at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, April 18. —Steve Coulter photo

Vernal pool program moved to later in April

Spring peepers, spotted turtles, and marbled salamanders are some of the amphibians and reptiles that…


Ridgefield team competes at decathlon

Life is full of challenges. When it’s not throwing out questions about music theory or…

Motorola, town officials show off radio system to school board

If taxpayers vote to approve a $3.7-million townwide emergency radio communication system this spring, the…

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