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Schools expect $180,000 surplus

Overall the district is on course to have money left over at the end of…

The fire department is looking to replace its manual cots with power-assisted stretchers that would eliminate a lot of manual labor that firefighters say, over time, can be taxing.

Fire commission seeks for power-loaded stretchers

Looking to reduce the risk of injuries when loading and unloading patients from an ambulance,…

Schools expect $180,000 surplus

Overall the district is on course to have money left over at the end of…

Paul DeWitt, owner of Route 7 Wines and Liquor, in front of his store’s Scotch shelf that spans the entire northern wall of the store. Mr. DeWitt owns Economy Printing next door and split his building into two business in December. The liquor store takes up about two-thirds of the space, while the print shop occupies a third of the building. —Steve Coulter

Business owner goes from ink to drink

Route 7 has a new liquor store, and it’s being run by a familiar face….

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An unexpected, high-tech career

Every day is a new lesson. That’s the reality for Ridgefield High School graduate Alicia…

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