Regional Stories of the Day, Oct. 25, 2011

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An upscale restaurant, the Stella Restaurant and Bar, opens in the Dolan Plaza in Bethel. .


The League of Women Voters (LWV) have released their 2011 Voters’ Guide profiling 29 candidates running for 30 ballot positions — Robert Iacobello is the Republican candidate for the Zoning Commission and A Brookfield Party (ABP) nominee for Board of Finance (BOF). .


A plan to fix Danbury's crowded schools has been released to the public.


The planning process for the $4.1 million renovation and addition to the Monroe police station is well underway. In fact, it's ahead of schedule. . 


Josh Dufresne is a talented photographer. His images of people – especially kids – capture their humanity.

You wonder why this 30-year-old Naugatuck native isn’t putting his trusty Canon Rebel to use as a professional. He could be earning a respectable living shooting weddings, portraits, sports events or whatever other subjects he chooses to tackle.

There’s a reason. Josh Dufresne is a giver. .


A Garner Correctional Facility inmate and native of Great Britain is appealing a decision to allow prison officials the ability to force feed him and end his self-imposed hunger strike. . 


Oxford Patch wants you to share your questions for candidates. Please e-mail paul.singley@patch.com if you have questions for those running for elected office. .


The Pomperaug Health District receives an unexpected supply of high-dose flu vaccine. .


A Middlebury home was broken into Monday, Oct. 24, and police issued advice to residents. . 


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