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  • How The Courant's Top 10 State, Area Teams Fared

    THE STATE 1. XAVIER-MIDDLETOWN (2-0): Defeated Foran-Milford, 48-0 2. MASUK-MONROE (2-0): Defeated New Fairfield, 64-14. 3. NEW CANAAN (2-0): Defeated Trinity Catholic, 41-14. 4. NORTH HAVEN (2-0): Defeated Hamden, 28-25 5. ANSONIA (2-0): Defeated...
  • The Mercurial Gallery's "Still..." Exhibit Features Works By Artists Catherine Vanaria and Mark Savoia

    The Mercurial Gallery's "Still..." Exhibit Features Works By Artists Catherine Vanaria and Mark Savoia
    Catherine Vanaria and Mark Savoia are a married couple who are co-owners of Still River Editions and Connecticut Photographics, a New Fairfield studio and gallery specializing in fine art digital printing and black and white film processing. They're...
  • Crime & Punishment: Middletown Man Arrested For Pulling Out His Girlfriend's Weave

    Crime & Punishment: Middletown Man Arrested For Pulling Out His Girlfriend's Weave
    Four Ansonia residents were given a pass on paying town taxes on their automobiles, although records obtained by the Valley Independent Sentinel show they owed a collective $16,666 in delinquent taxes (some dating back to the '90s). Two of the residents...
  • Danielle Ferland's Second Journey 'Into the Woods,' Now At Westport Playhouse

    Danielle Ferland's Second Journey  'Into the Woods,' Now At Westport Playhouse
    Little Red Riding Hood has grown up. Danielle Ferland, who played the sassy and spirited crimson-caped girl 25 years ago in the original Broadway production of "Into the Woods," is playing the role of The Baker's Wife in a revival of the musical at the...
  • Trash Executive Expected To Plead Guilty

    Trash Executive Expected To Plead Guilty
    James Galante, the accused architect of a sweeping conspiracy to inflate trash-hauling prices in western Connecticut and New York, is expected to drop his long-standing claim of innocence and plead guilty to federal tax and racketeering charges as early...
  • Galante Donors Gave To Senator

    Contributions from associates and friends of now-indicted garbage executive James Galante to the 2004 presidential campaign of U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman have sparked the interest of federal investigators. Lieberman's bid for the White House took in at...
  • Teen, 13, Dies After 50-Foot Tree Falls On Her

    Teen, 13, Dies After 50-Foot Tree Falls On Her
    A teenager died in a freak accident after a large tree fell on her during an end-of-school-year party at her Connecticut home, PIX News has learned. Authorities say 13-year-old Catherine Burke was hosting a party at her Smoke Hill Drive residence on...
  • Galante Admits Violating Election Law

    Danbury trash executive James Galante signed a last-minute plea bargain Monday that averted the prospect of a trial for exceeding limits on state campaign contributions - and spared some political figures the potential embarrassment of testifying in an...
  • Judge Releases Trash Magnate On Bond, But Under Strict Conditions

    A federal judge on Friday released indicted trash magnate James Galante from pretrial detention, but imposed strict conditions on his movements to reassure prosecutors who claim he is likely to attempt to intimidate witnesses against him. Senior U.S....
  • 7/20/2005: Danbury Garbage Hauler A Target Of FBI Probe

    FBI agents searched an undisclosed number of homes and businesses in western Connecticut and suburban New York late Tuesday as part of an organized crime and political corruption case that centers on the refuse hauling business. Shortly after 5 p.m....