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More than 100 of Fairfield County's bridges are "structurally deficient" and need serious repairs, including several spans on Interstate 95 that carry more than 100,000 people daily, according to a national study of federal bridge statistics released Wednesday. Comment?
United Rentals has moved its headquarters from Greenwich to Stamford, attracted in part by an easy walk to the Stamford Transportation Center , hotels and restaurants. Comment?
New York City weatherman Bill Evans has reported on hurricanes, blizzards and heat waves for WABC-Channel 7 News for the past 15 years, but now he may be facing some stormy weather off the air as well. Comment?
A troubled Greenwich middle school teacher was ordered into mental health treatment and prohibited from going near her school after police said she left a message on a colleague's phone threatening to "shoot up" the facility. Comment?
Eleven public elementary schools serve Greenwich in a "neighborhood school" model that ensures students can learn in the section of town where they reside. Comment?
The stress on the nation's water supply is increasing as the population grows, and the commercial sector requires more water to expand their production operations. Comment?
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. Comment?
Layla Renee Banks had her whole life ahead of her, but the energetic 21-year-old Greenwich woman will forever been known on the Internet and in legal journals for her death in the lobby of a luxury Stamford hotel -- a testament to lack of security. 1 comment
Lynne Jenkins, owner of Lynnens of Greenwich, a high-end luxury linen shop, in front of her store at 278 Greenwich Ave., Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Comment?
The interior has a warm feel of the Harvest Wine Bar & Restaurant at 372 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, Conn., Wednesday, May 29, 2013. Comment?
Fred Trump with his son, William, 13, share a laugh at their Greenwich home, Thursday, June 6, 2013. Comment?
This house for sale at 1078 Sasco Hill Road in Fairfield, Conn. is listed at $9.7 million. Comment?
Munir Tariq Qaddourah, of Trumbull, embraces classmate Michael Shepard, of New Canaan, after receiving his diploma during the eighty-eighth commencement ceremony at Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Connecticut, on Thursday, June 6, 2013. Comment?
Some trades by Raj Rajaratnam's younger brother in a technology stock nearly seven years ago may have inadvertently put SAC Capital Advisors , the hedge fund behemoth founded by Steven A. Cohen , on regulators' radar, government documents show. Comment?
Karen Laessig, the owner and operator of Alaya Wellness Center, a colon hydrotherapy clinic, at her place of business in Cos Cob, Friday, May 24, 2013. Comment?
Bonhams' Jakob Greisen, second from right, talks with potential bidders as the British based auction house Bonhams hosts the annual auction of rare and classic cars at the Greenwich Concours d'Elegance at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, Conn., June 2, 2013. Comment?
Connecticut's Bobby Melley, right, flips to Jordan Tabakman for the put out during an NCAA college baseball tournament regional game Oklahoma at English Field in Blacksburg, Va., Saturday, June 1, 2013. Comment?
Greenwich's Danny Guise chips onto the green during the FCIAC Boys Golf Championship at at Heritage Village Country Club in Southbury, Conn. Comment?
Urstadt Biddle Properties spent $18 million buying two retail properties in Greenwich aAi one on West Putnam Avenue and one, pictured, on East Putnam Avenue, from the Chimblo family. Comment?
Beatriz Williams will talk about her new novel "A Hundred Summers" at the Greenwich Library on June 4 at 7 p.m. Photo: Contributed Photo Greenwich novelist Beatriz Williams uses the Hurricane of 1938 as the climax of her new historical romance, "A Hundred Summers," set in a Rhode Island beach town. Comment?