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A Stamford man from the Glenbrook neighborhood was arraigned on sexual assault charges Monday after impregnating his 12-year-old stepdaughter, according to ctnews.com.
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Children from the Stamford community will enjoy a special treat on Friday, August 1st.
A man accused of stealing two cars led Stamford police to the place where he dumped what officers discovered was the urn containing the ashes of a car owner's grandfather, police said.
The state is offering new low-interest loans to shoreline homeowners and businesses in Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Westport and Fairfield to elevate their buildings to protect from future severe weather and flooding.
A charity hockey game held in Stamford last week raised funds for a foundation that helps people with spinal injuries.
STAMFORD, Conn. A man suspected of shooting into a crowd and injuring five people outside of a downtown club July 13 pleaded not guilty charges on Monday, reports The Stamford Times .
They are everywhere in downtown Stamford, hovering above the gaping, dusty construction sites that sit like missing teeth on Atlantic and Summer Streets.
At left, Irina Markevich of Stamford and Galina Dubrovina, of Cos Cob, co-founders of The Rainbow of Languages, during the grand opening of their company that provides foreign language lessons to people ages 6 months and up, at their office space in central Greenwich, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
"We've been doing this for about 4 years now. We used to do an event called Christmas in July and that ran its course.
Senate Minority Leader John McKinney of Fairfield was in high dudgeon last week in reaction to Tom Foley 's call for him to quit the Republican gubernatorial primary that's set for Aug. 12. Foley, a Greenwich businessman, made the statement during a Wednesday meeting with the editorial board of The Day newspaper of New London.
The Encounter Church mission trip to the Dominican Republican may have been impacted by the mosquito-transmitted chikungunya virus, but it didn't keep everyone away from helping those in need.
There's a story that Reyno Giallongo, chairman and CEO of First County Bank, likes to tell, earning appreciative smiles from his staff as he does so.
A 200-foot portion of the Goodwives River watershed is being re-evaluated following a private engineer's discovery of a discrepancy in the recently redrawn flood maps.
Now, Madonna Badger gives the world another reason to look her way, and this time smile along with her, CBS 2's Vanessa Murdock reported.
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