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The first phase of renovations has officially begun at Rosa Hartman Park, which straddles the Stamford and Greenwich border, according to Patch.com.
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Deutsche Bank, which is quitting trading in most raw materials markets, will retain its near $9 billion commodities index fund business, a strategy industry experts said helps the German bank profit from fees and maintain ties with some of the largest investors.
Upon learning of the death of Nelson Mandela Thursday at the age of 95, local politicians started weighing in on the space left in the world by his passing.
Gov. Dannel Malloy and First Lady Cathy Malloy are inviting Connecticut residents to attend the annual open house and tour of the Governor's Residence while it is decorated for the holidays.
On Friday at 9 a.m., the annual Holiday Trunk Show is being held at the United Church Nursery School in Rowayton starting at 9 a.m. And on Saturday at 10 a.m., join in the fun at the SoNo Marketplace Cantinas with the Holiday Winter Wonderland .
The US Attorney's Office Thursday announced the guilty plea of a Florida man in connection to his involvement in an illegal gambling business based in Stamford and being operated throughout Southern Connecticut and parts of metropolitan New York.
Retired Assistant Fire Chief Peter Brown has been appointed the new chief for the city of Stamford's Fire Department, Mayor David Martin announced Thursday morning.
From high-end housewares and luxurious jewelry to pet-themed presents, there's something for everyone on your list at the 35th annual Winterfair Gift Market .
One of a group of men overheard discussing a murder that same morning at a Darien restaurant left behind these sketches.
On Wednesday, with prime holiday shopping season upon the city, Stamford Police Chief Jon Fontneau issued the following safety tips for those out checking off their "Nice" list: Avoid talking on cell phones while walking through malls, parking lots or sidewalks.
The Ferguson Library's teen advisory board, Teens Making A Difference received a treat during their monthly meeting Wednesday when they were paid a visit by special guest speaker and Stamford alum, author Sara Kocek.
Stamford-based Pyramid Real Estate Group has hired Charles Mullen of Norwalk, a 17-year veteran of the property management and service industry, as a new maintenance director and service manager.
A man who'd removed most of his clothing and began breaking out the windows of a vehicle in the Government Center parking lot was taken to Stamford Hospital for evaluation and charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct Tuesday afternoon, police said Wednesday.
It's a popular saying that children are the future. In order to make that future bright, children need lots of support and guidance: a stable environment, a strong support system, and a well-rounded education.
Darien Tax Assessor Anthony Homicki will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, at Town Hall to discuss how property revaluation is conducted and where the tax money goes.
Ricardo Gomez has been the chief bagel maker at Upper Crust Bagels in Old Greenwich for 14 years.