Staff writer Ethan Fry, a Shelton resident, began
his journalism career at The Journal-Inquirer of Manchester, Conn.,
where he reported on a variety of public safety and legal issues,
including the execution of Michael Ross, the first man put to death by
the state in more than four decades.
Fry worked more recently at The News-Times of Danbury as a reporter
and copy editor. There, he led a team of reporters in the production of a
package of stories, “The rise and fall of Danbury’s trash czar,” which
won a first place award for general reporting in a series from the state
chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
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