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1 Residential town (1990 pop. 20,919), Fairfield co., SE Conn.; inc. 1709. Industries include nurseries, pharmaceuticals, and electronic research. The battle of Ridgefield (Apr. 27, 1777) was fought there in an effort to stop William TryonTryon, William,
1729–88, English colonial governor in North America. After a distinguished army career he was appointed (1764) lieutenant governor of North Carolina and succeeded (1765) Arthur Dobbs as governor.
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's Tories from retreating after a raid on Danbury. The town has many colonial homes and is noted for its quiet 18th-century charm. 2 Residential borough (1990 pop. 9,996), Bergen co., NE N.J.; inc. 1892. Several corporate headquarters are located there.
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The Port of Ridgefield has finalized a lease with the state Department of Enterprise Services on a yet to built $8 million office building for the Department of Fish & Wildlife.
Jennifer Zinzi has been hired as the new executive director of the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce.
The separate transactions included the $2,990,000 sale of a 28-unit property on First Street in Hackensack; the $2,110,000 sale of a 20-unit property on Mary Street in Hackensack; the $2,600,000 sale of a 19-unit property in Ridgefield Park; and the $1,220,000 sale of a 12-unit property in Leonia.
This Odenville home is located on Ridgefield Circle and was recently reduced by $10,000.
CLINTON -- An alarm clock was apparently the cause of a fire that damaged a condo at Ridgefield Saturday.
Jonathan Bucari told News 12 Connecticut that he is planning to be in Ridgefield on Monday to get ready for the project, the New York Daily News reports.
Todd Steven Rabin, owner of Ridgefield Hardware in Ridgefield, Conn.
Ridgefield abuts Westchester County, New York, and has lots of New York City commuters as residents.
900 Ridgebury Rd, PO Box 368, Ridgefield, CT 06877-0368, USA; email: rvilchez@rdg.
A 3,881-SF home in west Little Rock's Ridgefield Estates neighborhood changed hands in a $533,000 deal.
The movie company falsely claimed he was a writer for a very real weekly, The Ridgefield Press.