Steve Coulter

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…

Arnold Light, of Arnold Light Consults Inc., was recognized as the Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Year. He has served on the Chamber’s board since 2012 and is currently its vice chairman and is chairman of Ridgefield’s Economic Development Commission, on which he’s served for four years. He is also chairman of a scholarship fund that supports high school students who seek a career in journalism. —Steve Coulter

Volunteer of the Year works ‘behind the scenes’

This year’s Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year is a businessman who puts his…

First Selectman Rudy Marconi delivering the 2015 State of the Town address. —Steve Coulter photo

Marconi talks financial ups and downs at state of the town

Covering three fiscal years in one 20-minute speech is what First Selectman Rudy Marconi did…

Alison Stockel, the executive director of the Ridgefield Playhouse, accepts the Chamber of Commerce’s award for Business of the Year from Christy Kinsman of the Little House Shoppe at the Chamber’s breakfast and State of the Town ceremony Friday, March 13, at Silver Spring Country Club. Ms. Stockel told the audience that more than 80,000 patrons attend the Playhouse each year, estimating that the entertainment venue brings in approximately $2 million annually to Ridgefield businesses. —Steve Coulter photo

Playhouse a boon for business

Musical acts, first-run movies, live theater from the Metropolitan Opera House, and outreach programs that…

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