NEWS & VIEWS

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CT DENIES APPEAL FOR DANBURY PROTON CANCER FACILITY

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DANBURY VOTERS PASS $208M SCHOOL BOND REFERENDUM

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DANBURY OFFICIALS TO HEIGHTEN SECURITY MEASURES AT POLLING LOCATIONS FOR TUESDAY’S REFERENDUM

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CHARTER SCHOOL SUPPORTERS PLAN MARCH IN DOWNTOWN DANBURY TO CALL FOR STATE FUNDING

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CLEAN CITY DANBURY

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GREATER DANBURY REPUBLICANS GATHERED IN SUPPORT OF MICHELLE COEHLO FOR STATE SENATE

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DANBURY’S $208M PLAN TO BEAT A 2024 CLASSROOM SHORTAGE DEADLINE TO UNDERGO SCRUTINY

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SAFRANEK REELECTED AS DANBURY REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIR

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DANBURY APPROVES NEW NISSAN-INFINITI DEALERSHIP NEAR DANBURY AIRPORT: ‘EXCELLENT FIT’

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FROM CT’S FIRST FEMALE DOCTOR TO DANBURY’S FIRST FEMALE VOTERS, HAT CITY WOMEN WERE PIONEERS

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DANBURY CITY COUNCIL MOVES AHEAD $164M CAREER ACADEMY AT CARTUS: ‘WE CAN PULL IT OFF’

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DANBURY PROPOSAL WOULD INVEST $207.9 MILLION IN EDUCATION PROJECTS, INCLUDING $164 MILLION FOR CAREER ACADEMY

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MASKS NOW OPTIONAL IN DANBURY SCHOOLS FOLLOWING BOARD VOTE

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DEAN ENDORSED BY INDEPENDENT PARTY

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LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER EXITING DANBURY MAYOR'S RACE, JOHN ESPOSITO SWITCHES PARTIES TO REPUBLICAN.

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THREE HEROES TO JOIN DANBURY'S NATIVE DAUGHTER MARIAN ANDERSON ON NEARBY DOWNTOWN MURAL

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DANBURY VETERANS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF KOREAN WAR

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IN THE RACE FOR DANBURY MAYOR, THE GOP'S ESPOSITO NARROWS DEMOCRAT ALVES' CAMPAIGN CASH EDGE

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DANBURY FORECASTS MILLIONS IN SAVINGS DUE TO LOW INTEREST RATES: 'WE'VE NEVER SEEN RATES THIS LOW'

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EXPERT: DANBURY AREA LEADS CT IN JOB GROWTH AS NATION BEGINS RECOVERY FROM THE COVID RECESSION

 

ESPOSITO WINS

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November 2nd, 2021

DANBURY — Republican Dean Esposito will be the city’s next mayor after his Democratic opponent Roberto Alves conceded Tuesday night in what was a tight race. This will mark 11 straight terms for the GOP in the city’s top elected office.