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    Saturday Nov 15 | Connecticut Post

    The Darien High School girls swim team won their third consecutive State Open championship late Saturday night at Yale University's historic Kiphuth pool. Darien closed out its tour-de-force performance with 510 points to outdistance FCIAC rivals Greenwich and New Canaan .

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  2. beaten in LL semifinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Connecticut Post

    After being stunned by Ludlowe in the opening set, Darien regrouped and used the passion, poise and precision that has led it to 16 CIAC championships. The Blue Wave roared past the Falcons over the final three sets to advance into their 17th Class LL final, winning 23-25, 25-16, 25-13 and 25-16 Thursday night at the Shelton Intermediate School.

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  3. New tenants announced for Steel Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Connecticut Post

    Mayor Bill Finch and Bob Christoph Jr., principal of Bridgeport Landing Development, announced the newest additions to the massive waterfront development Wednesday afternoon near the developer's office in the Park City Plaza, at 10 Middle St. "We're looking forward to getting started," said Christoph. "We already got the bids back.

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    Saturday Nov 1 | Connecticut Post

    For the last 20 years, the road to the FCIAC girls volleyball championship has gone through Darien. And for the foreseeable future, it will continue to do so.

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    Saturday Nov 1 | Connecticut Post

    New Canaan improved to 7-0 with the win, keeping pace with Darien and McMahon for a spot in this year's title game. New Canaan, which handed the Cadets their only two losses last season, was lead by senior running back Frank Cognetta, who rushed for 201 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries.

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  6. Milford girl back in school after Ebola Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Connecticut Post

    When third grader Ikeoluwa Opayemi arrived at Meadowside School Friday morning after being banned from the premises for weeks, she was greeted by reporters, cameras and even some police. But other than that, the 7-year-old -- who was temporarily barred from Meadowside due to Ebola fears -- had a peaceful transition back to school Phelan represented the family in a lawsuit against Milford Public Schools and the City of Milford, which alleged that the school had unfairly banned Ikeoluwa because the family had recently traveled to Nigeria.

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    Thursday Oct 30 | Connecticut Post

    Though it already clinched the FCIAC girls swimming title heading into the 400-yard freestyle relay, Darien High School knew the meet wouldn't be complete without finishing it in style. Darien put the finishing touch on its third consecutive FCIAC swimming championship, winning the 400-yard freestyle relay in a school record time of 3 minutes, 32.21 seconds -- a blink of an eye faster than runner-up New Canaan -- before a large, enthusiastic crowd at the FCIAC Championships at Greenwich High School.

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  8. Darien, Ludlowe reach FCIAC volleyball Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Connecticut Post

    When the Darien High School girls volleyball program is chasing championship plaques and banners, it's often not a good thing to be in the Blue Wave's path. No. 5 Greenwich High was the unfortunate victim Thursday night as No.

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    Thursday Oct 30 | Connecticut Post

    With New Canaan and Darien two of the three remaining unbeatens in FCIAC play, the Turkey Bowl could again serve as the league's football final. St. Joseph, however, would like to shake up those plans.

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    Tuesday Oct 28 | Connecticut Post

    Swept by St. Joseph in its season-opener, the Greenwich High School volleyball team began its FCIAC Tournament quarterfinal round match against those same Cadets Tuesday by dropping the first game. Yet what transpired thereafter was totally different from when the two squads met on Sept.

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    Tuesday Oct 28 | Connecticut Post

    Music from 14 of Gilbert and Sullivan's operettas -- as well as music that influenced them -- is on the concert program Saturday night, Nov. 1, at the Pequot Library, where organizers say "preposterous pandemonium prevails." Featured will be the Darien-based Troupers Light Opera, performing as part of the Music at Pequot Library 2014-15 season in Fairfield.

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  12. Connecticut details quarantine Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Connecticut Post

    Connecticut officials are joining counterparts in other states in defending and detailing quarantine powers they've enacted as a precaution against Ebola. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state Public Health Commissioner Dr. Jewel Mullen announced Monday that all people coming to Connecticut after traveling to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea in West Africa will at least face 21 days of mandatory monitoring involving state health officials contacting them daily.

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  13. Joseph routs Trinity CatholicRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 25 | Connecticut Post

    With defenses keying in on stopping St. Joseph's Lars Pedersen as a wideout, the Cadets have been experimenting with getting him the ball iin different ways. On the opening play of the game against Trinity Catholic, Pedersen rewarded the faith the coaches have in him, taking a direct snap 65 yards down to the 4-yard line.

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  14. sweeps WardeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Connecticut Post

    For the last couple of weeks, after Ludlowe's somewhat surprising loss to Stamford, Falcons head coach Meghan Skelton has been experimenting with different lineups and different positioning of players, trying to find a better chemistry heading into next week's FCIAC tournament. Sparked by huge games at the net from her two middles, April Cooke and Keki Cardenas, and a solid performance from setter Olivia Auray, the Falcons rolled over town rival Warde in straight sets, 25-12, 25-12 and 25-12, to improve to 15-2 in front of a boisterous crowd in the Falcons gym.

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  15. Trumbull volleyball tops Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Connecticut Post

    The Trumbull High School girls volleyball team locked up at least the No. 7 seed for next week's FCIAC playoffs Wednesday by posting a 25-16, 22-25, 25-23, 25-15 road triumph over Westhill at the J Walter Kennedy Athletic complex.

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    Oct 20, 2014 | Connecticut Post

    If there was a question whether the FCIAC was the dominant conference in Connecticut state boys cross country, wonder no longer. Darien senior Alex Ostberg ran a record-setting race and Danbury High edged Staples 58-59 for the team title Monday at the FCIAC boys cross country championship at Waveny Park.

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    Oct 20, 2014 | Connecticut Post

    If there was a question whether the FCIAC was the dominant conference in Connecticut state boys cross country, wonder no longer. Darien senior Alex Ostberg ran a record-setting race and Danbury High edged Staples 58-59 for the team title Monday at the FCIAC boys cross country championship at Waveny Park.

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    Oct 20, 2014 | Connecticut Post

    Staples junior Hannah DeBalsi was once again the center of attention as she made her long-awaited season debut in the FCIAC cross country championships at Waveny Park on Monday. As usual, DeBalsi didn't disappoint.

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  19. Greenwich designer launching graduation Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Connecticut Post

    "I've been doing custom design for about three years now, and last year, I had two girls approach me for graduation dresses at Greenwich Academy and it just made sense," said Fong, 24. "I love the idea of doing custom graduation dresses." Fong has been in business for two years, running her eponymous design company, which has evolved from a family tradition of entrepreneurship and creativity.

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    Oct 18, 2014 | Connecticut Post

    Pretax 401 contributions are not the only game in town. Many plans also permit after-tax contributions -- 62 percent, in fact, according to the Plan Sponsor Council of America's 56th Annual Survey of Profit Sharing and 401 Plans.

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