51 min ago
Cops looking for armed man urge Darien residents indoors
Darien police are warning residents to stay in their homes while officers search for a man armed with a gun in the area of Tokeneke Road.
3 hrs ago
Darien forecast: All's clear for days
After days of unsettled weather that saw downpours periodically buffet the region, the National Weather Service predicts southwestern Connecticut will bask in sunny and warm conditions through the weekend.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Anchor gets protective order changes
A judge has modified a protective order to allow former CBS 2 news anchor Rob Morrison, a Darien resident, to drive his young son and visit the family home as long as his wife, Ashley, provides written permission.
Former Senate candidate charged with making harassing calls
Former U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Lisa "Lee" Whitnum-Baker, 52, of 123 Henry St., Greenwich, was arrested on June 13 on a charge of second-degree harassment, her second arrest in two months.
The Norwalk Daily Voice
Norwalk's Rep. Terrie Wood To Lead Town Hall Discussion In Darien
State Rep. Terrie Wood will hold a Town Hall meeting Wednesday at the Darien Library about the major pieces of legislation considered during the 2013 session of the General Assembly.
The Darien Daily Voice
Letter: A Big Thank You From Darien EMS-Post 53
The annual Darien Food Fair was a terrific event this year and Darien EMS-Post 53 has many people to thank for making our community fundraising event so successful.
Darien man charged with burglary, criminal mischief
Dariusz Lesniewski , 37, of 4 Devonshire Drive was arrested on June 13 on charges of criminal attempt of second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace.
The New Canaan Daily Voice
Darien Learns How To Brew Great Coffee At Espresso Neat
DARIEN, Conn. How to brew the often-elusive perfect cup of coffee is brought into focus at Darien's espresso NEAT, a 4-year-old coffee shop on Grove Street.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Stamford Daily Voice
Truck Crashes Into Darien Train Bridge, Closes Post Road
A truck crashed into the train bridge in downtown Darien on the Post Road on Monday evening, temporarily shutting down traffic after 6 p.m., police said.
The Darien Daily Voice
Darien Police Arrest Man In Connection With Bank Scam
DARIEN, Conn. A 28-year-old Bronx, N.Y. man was arrested on larceny, forgery and identity theft charges by Darien police last week in connection with an alleged scam where $5,800 was taken from HSBC Bank on the Post Road.
Darien forecast: A sunny & warm day
The work week starts on a bright note in southwestern Connecticut, with sunny skies and temperatures rising to a daytime high of about 80 degrees.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Darien music groups receive awards at festival
Several elementary and middle school musical ensembles from the Darien public schools participated in the annual Music in the Parks Adjudication Festival June 1 in New Britain and Lake Compounce.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Letter: Depot House Tour called a success
On behalf of The Depot Youth Center , the house tour committee would like to thank all those who generously supported our house tour on Thursday, May 9. We'd also like to thank the five homeowners who most generously opened up their beautiful homes to the public.
Wedding success starts with the invitation, says designer
What makes a wedding special is often going to depend on who is being wed, because what's special to one person may not quite inspire another.
Darien sees increase in students heading to college
The Darien Board of Education held its first meeting at the recently renovated 35 Leroy Ave. The former town library is now the home of the Darien Board of Education.
Green & Tonic arrives in downtown Greenwich
Husband and wife, Jeffrey and Cai Pandolfino, inside the restaurant they own, Green & Tonic, a small quick-service eatery serving organic health food at 85 Railroad Ave., Greenwich, Thursday, June 13, 2013.
Darien forecast: A shiny gift for Dads
A weekend special-ordered for Dads is on tap, a sunny and warm springtime showcase promising to shine on outdoor Father's Day celebrations.
New York Daily News
LUPICA: Nothing to show after Newtown but pain
The massacre in Connecticut took the lives of 26 people, but there's nothing to show for it in the form of gun control, legislation or even safer streets, with even more mass shootings having taken place and more people dead.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Darien Daily Voice
See Open Houses In And Around Darien This Weekend
The properties on display range from a two-bedroom, two-bathroom single-family house on Edgehill Drive in Darien for $1.295 million, to a four-bedroom, three-bathroom single-family house on Meridian Road in Norwalk for $1.35 million.