PHOTOGRAPHERS’ PICKS OF 2018
A look at this year’s most photo-worthy moments in the Danbury area
Inside today’s edition of The News-Times is a selection of some of the best local photographs we published in 2018, as chosen by former photo editor Carol Kaliff and staff photographer H John Voorhees III. Above, students at Danbury High participate in a nationwide walkout in solidarity with the students of Parkland, Fla., on March 14 — one month after the school shooting.
Above, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, the endorsed Republican candidate for governor, walks into the La Bella Vista ballroom to talk to supporters after losing the GOP primary in the governor’s race on Aug. 14 in Waterbury. Below left, a victim is placed on a stretcher and loaded into an ambulance on White Street on July 6. Witnesses said they saw the man dash out of Superior Court and onto the road before a car hit him, flinging the man at least 10 feet in the air. Below right, Connecticut State Trooper 1st class Benjamin Pagoni, from Troop A, responds to the Visual & Performing Arts Center on the Western Connecticut State University Westside campus after an active shooter was reported on the campus on Nov. 20, in Danbury.
Above, Democrat Jahana Hayes, speaks at the Waterbury Marriott on election night in Waterbury. Hayes won in the race to represent Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District. At left, Shawn Brady, of J & S Contracting in New Milford, cuts tree limbs off of a house on Elbow Hill in Brookfield on May 16 after the previous night’s macroburst caused damage in the area.