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Danbury’s RedWave Technology debuts gas identification system for emergency responders

XplorIR can identify over 5,500 gases at low ppm concentrations.

FuelCell Energy expands carbon capture development pact with ExxonMobil

The companies will explore multiple market applications for their technology.

Union Savings Bank’s Jeff McDonough on improving community relations

McDonough said the bank's foundation was giving out fewer grants each year.

Odyssey Logistics unveils four new operating divisions

Odyssey transacts more than $3 billion in freight each year.

Danbury office property sells for $791K

The three-story building was constructed in 1932.

Danbury grocery store co-owner pleads guilty to federal tax offense

Sanchez pleaded guilty to one count of willful failure to collect or pay over taxes.

Preferred Utilities Manufacturing completes solar installation at Danbury plant

The solar panels generate about 70% of the building's energy usage

Union Savings Bank’s Cindy Merkle stays ahead of the retail banking...

“2022 is probably not going to be a repeat of 2021,” she warned.

Manufacturing tech center opens at WCSU

Cohorts are planned for a potential of up to 72 graduates per year.

Danbury’s BlueCrest launches financial services program

The program customizes solutions into a single monthly payment.

Keith A. Hancock named CEO at Danbury’s Odyssey Logistics & Technology

He replaces Robert H. Shellman, who becomes board chairman.

Lamont taps Boughton as infrastructure adviser

The Republican ex-mayor of Danbury joined the Lamont team in December 2020.

Shake Shack opens in Danbury

The chain is also in Darien and Westport.

Danbury’s Peter Buck, billionaire co-founder of Subway, dies at 90

Peter Buck used much of his fortune for philanthropic endeavors.

Area legislators seek funding to electrify Danbury rail line, expand service

The results of such investments, a letter from Democratic and Republican state lawmakers says, would include reducing vehicular congestion off Route 7, enhancing economic development, and limiting the area’s carbon footprint.