My name is Lou Milano. I've been a broadcaster since 1999 and have been a co-host of the I-95 Morning Show since 2007. I'm originally from Brewster, NY and now I live in Danbury, CT with my wife Erica, my three boys, Louis, Chris and Lucas, and our daughter Vida. I am a New York Yankees fan and an Oakland Raiders fan. I don't like being told what to do and I am most interested in my own legacy. The Ethan & Lou Show is both my career and my great passion in life. It's our great pleasure to entertain folks in their cars and homes in CT & NY every weekday morning.
Danbury Police Launch Internal Investigation After Video Filmed at Public Library
The Danbury Police Department has issued a statement saying they will launch an internal investigation into an incident at the Danbury Public Library.
Connecticut’s Favorite Candy is the Hershey Bar
To celebrate National Candy Month, Zippia set out to find the favorite candy in each state in the U.S. To get the answers results they analyzed Google Trends starting with a field of 20 candy items.
Brookfield First Selectman Not Sure if J. Ramen Knew CT Was Taking Land
First Selectman Steve Dunn is not sure if the owners of J. Ramen Knew the State of Connecticut had Plans to take the land they operated on for a road improvement project.
Trees Disappeared from the Danbury Green, Mayor Cavo Says They’ll Return
Where did all the trees go? Seemingly overnight, the trees on the Danbury Green disappeared.
Brookfield First Selectman Steve Dunn Addresses Blight Properties in Town
Brookfield First Selectman Steve Dunn told the Ethan and Lou Show: "So, we went through the process, we created a new ordinance and the new ordinance allows us to declare a property blighted if it is lowering the value of neighboring properties."
That Time One of the Greatest Bands Ever Played at Danbury High School
On October 11, 1967 the Doors played at Danbury High School. It's amazing to think that one of the greatest bands in Rock history played at a high school in our local area at a time when they were making music that would endure generations.
Expert Says Bethel Robbery Could be Product of Organized Crime
Sumit Majumdar is the owner of Buffalo Biodiesel, a company that collects used fry oil and recycles it into fuel. He believes the recent fry oil theft in Bethel, CT is part of a growing problem and contends it's an organized crime issue.
14 Fascinating Facts You Likely Didn’t Know About Candlewood Lake
Most people know a few facts or the origin story of the lake but there is so much more to know than you ever imagined.
Car Wipes Out Utility Pole in Danbury on Monday
The accident happened on West Street and thankfully I was on the scene to gather information. It appeared the driver and her passenger were OK. The two were sitting on the stairs clear of the accident while the Danbury police officer was conducting his investigation.
Brookfield Restaurant ‘J. Ramen’ Set to Be Demolished
J. Ramen was one of many casualties of the global health crisis, shuttering it's doors during the height of COVID-19. For the short time it was open, J. Ramen served Asian cuisine favorites like ramen noodles and sushi. The structure located at 316 Federal Road has been home to several restaura…