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Carolyn Mueller

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A writer and reporter from Fairfield County, Carolyn Mueller has a bachelor's degree from Fairfield University. She loves local news and live music.

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  1. Woman Finds Inspiration To Compose Music Amid Weston's Natural Beauty

    Woman Finds Inspiration To Compose Music Amid Weston's Natural Beauty

    WESTON, Conn. — Marlane Tubridy chuckles when she talks about moving to Weston with her husband, Martin, years ago. They had met in New York, but decided to raise their family outside the city.But their Realtor didn't really highlight the charms of Weston to them.“The Realtor was pointing out there are no sidewalks, not any storefronts nearby,” Tubridy recalled. “Sounds glorious to us! ...

  2. New Wilton Commons Offers Special Services In Seniors Living

    New Wilton Commons Offers Special Services In Seniors Living

    WILTON, Conn. — It was 15 years in the making, but the town has now welcomed Wilton Commons and its 23 units of "congregate" housing for seniors in a bustling new building near the train station. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the apartments, which offer a number of services for seniors, took place Nov. 17, with much festivity, at 21 Station Road.Wilton Commons board Chairman ...

  3. Mothership On Main Opening In Downtown Danbury For Post-Thanksgiving Treats

    Mothership On Main Opening In Downtown Danbury For Post-Thanksgiving Treats

    DANBURY, Conn. — The Mothership is about to land on Main Street in Danbury. To be exact, Mothership on Main will be at 331 Main St., dishing up meals in the former home of a soccer club.The second location of the Mothership Bakery and Cafe at 44 Old Ridgebury Road in Danbury, operated by Anna Llanos and her business partner Andrea White, will open for business on Friday.This is good ...

  4. Danbury Cheerleaders Stepping Off In Philadelphia's Thanksgiving Parade

    Danbury Cheerleaders Stepping Off In Philadelphia's Thanksgiving Parade

    DANBURY, Conn. — Three young cheerleaders will get the thrill of a lifetime Thursday morning as they step off in the 97th annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade. Three young cheerleaders from Danbury earned spots in the lineup of the parade, which is the oldest Thanksgiving Day parade in the nation. The girls are Emily Bustelo, a student at Broadview Middle School; Ella Brown, from ...

  5. Danbury's New Hotel Zero Degrees Embraces Its Natural Setting

    Danbury's New Hotel Zero Degrees Embraces Its Natural Setting

    DANBURY, Conn. — The exterior of the new Hotel Zero Degrees in Danbury plays on its natural surroundings by evoking the feeling of a great lodge through its architecture.The new boutique hotel at 15 Milestone Road is surrounded by the woods of The Reserve on Danbury's West Side of Danbury. Last week, city officials joined business leaders in welcoming Hotel Zero Degrees to the ...

  6. Darien High Junior Hits The Semifinals On 'Jeopardy Teen Tournament'

    Darien High Junior Hits The Semifinals On 'Jeopardy Teen Tournament'

    DARIEN, Conn. — When is Friday? That's the day that Michael Borecki, a junior at Darien High School will compete on the semifinals of the ‘Jeopardy’ Teen Tournament.The show will be broadcast at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, on WABC-TV and WTNH-TV in Connecticut.Borecki is one of the local contestants competing in the 2016 "Jeopardy Teen Tournament" that began airing this ...

  7. Mothership On Main About To Land In Downtown Danbury With Tasty Meals

    Mothership On Main About To Land In Downtown Danbury With Tasty Meals

    DANBURY, Conn. — The Mothership is about to land on Main Street in Danbury. To be exact, Mothership on Main will be at 331 Main St., dishing up meals in the former home of a soccer club.The second location of the Mothership Bakery and Cafe at 44 Old Ridgebury Road in Danbury, operated by Anna Llanos and her business partner Andrea White, will open in a matter of days.This is good news ...

  8. 'Go Take A Hike,' Wilton Expert Tells Outdoor Fans At Talk

    'Go Take A Hike,' Wilton Expert Tells Outdoor Fans At Talk

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Connecticut is blessed with hundreds of miles of trails where you can take to the woods to find some peace, gain some perspective and get some exercise.To highlight some of those outdoor opportunities, Jeff Glans of Trumbull presented the third talk in the Community Conservation Initiative series at Ridgefield Library recently to an audience of enthusiastic ...

  9. Founder Of Ben's Bells Spreads Message Of Kindness In Danbury

    Founder Of Ben's Bells Spreads Message Of Kindness In Danbury

    DANBURY, Conn. — What is kindness? Are some people just born nice, and isn't that the same thing? Not according to Jeannette Maré, founder of Ben's Bells who recently spoke at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. Her lecture was called "Be Kind Now: It's Time to Get Serious About Kindness."Maré shared how she came to be known as "the kindness lady" in ...

  10. Wilton Politician Joins Call For Action On How State Funds Its Schools

    Wilton Politician Joins Call For Action On How State Funds Its Schools

    NORWALK, Conn. — Leaders from faith communities across Fairfield County joined forces with several politicians at Grace Baptist Church in Norwalk to call for a change with Connecticut’s General Assembly in the way the state funds its public schools."I call on the General Assembly of our state to adopt an equitable funding formula by end of the 2017 legislative session," said ...

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