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Peter Lanza insists that his son, who ultimately took his own life after his bloody rampage, would have killed him too had he gotten the opportunity.
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Just over 10 years after opening in Cos Cob, My Favorite Place, the suggestively-named family hangout, has shut its doors for good.
The state Department of Social Services has officially removed the "agency in crisis" designation for the city's anti-poverty agency.
Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America.
David Canet has joined Bankwell as vice president, commercial and industrial lending.
A Norwalk man arrested by state police for possession of child pornography was sentenced to jail by a Stamford judge Friday.
The annual Stamford St. Patrick's Day Parade starts marching at noon on Saturday, March 8, beginning at Columbus Park on Main Street, with more than 80 marching units and pipe bands on the roster.
A bill before the General Assembly's Public Safety Committee would make a so-called "knockout game" assault a Class D felony.
Heart Care International board members gather at the church's 12th annual gala. From left are Dr. Robert Michler of Riverside, Phyllis Jacob of Stamford, Ilda Lee of Greenwich, Sally Michler of Riverside, Susan Poland of Greenwich,and Chris Combe.
Elected officials and dozens of people turned out for Thursday night's public hearing on a Stamford developer's plan to build a 96-unit apartment building on 2.7 acres off lower Bronson Road by the Mill River.
Ellie is an affectionate two-year-old female dog in need of a forever home. Laurie Hollywood, director of Stamford Animal Care & Control, says Ellie has been at the shelter since 2012.
Longtime Darien resident Carole Claps will direct the new one-act musical, "Victoria and Sir Rabbit," at the St. Mary's Theatre, Stamford.
The new McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon will host a grand opening celebration and pre-St.
A trio of Stamford teens were arrested last weekend after assaulting a pizza delivery man and stealing his car, according to the Stamford Advocate.
Deloitte, one of the world's largest professional services organizations, has signed a 15-year lease to occupy part of Stamford's BLT Financial Centre.
A 72-year-old substitute teacher was arrested in Stamford, Conn. after he was allegedly found masturbating in a school hallway.