Julia Perkins, Register Citizen

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Recent:
  • Register Citizen
  • The News-Times
  • Greenwich Time
Past:
  • TheHourNews
  • The Middletown Press
  • New Haven Register
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Connecticut Post

Recent articles by Julia:

Alex Jones, Sandy Hook parents to testify Tuesday in Texas defamation damages trial

Parents Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis have been expected to take the stand, but even Alex Jones’ attorney had been unsure whether the Infowars host would testify. → Read More

Another Chipotle — plus a medical office — could open at vacant spot near Danbury Fair mall

The Danbury Planning Commission is reviewing a plan to raze the former Pier 1 Imports and construct a building with a Chipotle and a medical office. → Read More

Key people to know in Alex Jones' Sandy Hook defamation trial in Texas

The trial is to determine how much the Infowars host owes two Sandy Hook parents, who a judge said were defamed when Jones called the Newtown shooting a hoax. → Read More

Report: Why Danbury needs new fire headquarters and other upgrades in career, volunteer departments

Building a new Danbury career fire headquarters could have ripple effects for the... → Read More

Danbury’s new police captain vows to continue to ‘make the agency and the community proud’

City Council has unanimously promoted Detective Lt. Mark Williams, who has served in... → Read More

Flooding that’s plagued Danbury’s Main Street could end with project starting Monday: ‘great victory’

Connecticut will install a new drainage pipe to alleviate flooding and construction will start at the intersection of Wooster Street and Main Street. → Read More

Nuvance hospitals in CT and NY affiliate with nation’s top heart clinic in Cleveland

Danbury and Norwalk hospitals are part of a partnership with the Cleveland Clinic’s... → Read More

Busy 4th of July weekend expected at Squantz Pond in New Fairfield, other CT state parks

Some smaller state parks may reach capacity as early as 9 a.m. Squantz Pond State Park in... → Read More

Photos: Historic bells ring out in Danbury to usher in St. James Church’s summer carillon series

St. James Episcopal Church’s bells are considered the first American-made carillon. The... → Read More

Danbury, Norwalk hospitals honored for quick treatment of ‘deadliest’ type of heart attack

The hospitals, which are part of Nuvance Health, received American Heart Association... → Read More

On Danbury High School’s summer repair list: ‘Skate park’ humps on the gym floor from flooding

The Danbury school board approved to request $250,000 from City Council to meet the... → Read More

Danbury’s newest school board member was emboldened to run so board could be more diverse

July “Julie” Miliano, who immigrated to the United States from the Dominican... → Read More

Photos: Danbury celebrates Juneteenth with family event

Juneteenth recognizes June 19, 1865, when enslaved people in Galveston, Texas learned... → Read More

Photos: Henry Abbott Tech students earn their diplomas

The 167 seniors from Henry Abbott Technical High School graduated at a commencement... → Read More

After Uvalde ‘heightened’ concerns about security, Ridgefield schools explore ‘formal’ audit

Ridgefield schools aims to complete projects related to security, with officials... → Read More

Danbury to offer limited summer school program due to staffing challenges

Summer school will only be available for kindergarten through third grade this year.... → Read More

In budget, Danbury schools prioritize addressing ‘learning loss’ but cuts some elementary sections

To maintain programs and stay within the $141 million city-approved budget, Danbury... → Read More

Danbury parents, teachers ‘disgusted’ after interim principal at magnet school loses out on top job

Danbury parents and educators have rallied around Matthew Calvanese, a former teacher... → Read More

United Way’s Day of Action brings over 200 volunteers to support Danbury-area nonprofits

The volunteers at Ability Beyond were among over 200 across the Danbury area who... → Read More

Photos: Immaculate High School students graduate

All of the Immaculate graduates applied and were accepted to colleges and universities,... → Read More