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Cell tower nearly finished

The new cell tower under construction off Old Stagecoach Road is nearly complete, according to…

In keeping with its public awareness mission, the BLAST Lyme disease program had a booth at the July 18 Summerfest celebration on Main Street From left are the mannequin known as Tick Check Barbie, on loan for the day from the WestConn Tick Research Lab), and volunteers Jennifer Reid, Rich Braaten and Karen Gaudian. — Neeta Connally photo

Ridgefield’s BLAST Lyme a model for statewide attack

The BLAST Lyme disease program — a mostly volunteer prevention effort started in Ridgefield, and…


Cyclist rides to raise money, help fight cancer

Ciaran Carruthers, a bicyclist who raises money for cancer every year in a two-day, 192-mile…

A little girl looked on as a power shovel loaded a dump truck in what had been the Ballard Park playground. Parks and Recreation Director Paul Roche said the “imgination station” playground planned for the spot could be open by September. The digging work was donated by D.F. Carroll Company, he said. —Macklin Reid photo

Ballard Park playground: Down, but will rise anew

Slides knocked down, swings in a heap on the ground, a big power shovel wreaking…

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