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  1. Stamford police issue alcohol warningRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | News Times

    Safety tips: Travel in groups and do not get separated from your friends. Carry your cellphone at all times.

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  2. Act before Dec. 31 to avoid penaltiesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | News Times

    It's almost the end of the year, and yet, incredibly, thousands of people have not withdrawn their 2014 required minimum distributions from their IRAs . These individuals are facing the steepest IRS penalty there is -- a 50 percent excise tax.

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  3. Fiat dealership appears near closureRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 24 | News Times

    Fiat of Fairfield County plans to close in early January, according to multiple sources, with the East Main Street dealership also specializing in Alfa Romeo cars. The dealership's website was operational on Wednesday morning and did not list any reference to a closure, but operator Callari Auto Group had removed a link to Fiat of Fairfield County from its own homepage, though it still listed more than 70 Fiats for sale on a secondary web page linking to the dealership.

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  4. Lovesac kicks back in new HQRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | News Times

    Lovesac founder Shawn Nelson at the new Lovesac Headquarters at 2 Landmark Square in downtown Stamford, Conn. Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014.

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  5. Websites crucial for galleries, but can't replace physical spacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | News Times

    Fernando Luis Alvarez celebrated the fifth anniversary of his Bedford St. gallery in downtown Stamford with a party on Dec. 17. Photo: Lindsay Perry Fernando Luis Alvarez prepares for the closing party for the "Overlooked" show in his Bedford St. gallery last fall. The art dealer celebrated the fifth anniversary of his business on Dec. 17. Photo: Lindsay Perry Last year, the Fernando Alvarez Gallery created quite a buzz on Bedford St. in downtown Stamford with the placement of two sculptures by Arturo Di Modica on the sidewalk.

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  6. Hearst to transfer some printing, insertingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | News Times

    Hearst Connecticut Media Group will move all of its insert packaging and a small portion of advance printing operations to the Hartford Courant's production facilities in Hartford beginning in February of next year, President and Group Publisher Henry B. Haitz III announced Tuesday. As part of the change, Hearst Connecticut Media will eliminate 16 full-time and 56 part-time production positions in early 2015, Haitz said.

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  7. Urban Outfitters calling it quits in GreenwichRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | News Times

    Urban Outfitters is saying goodbye to its Greenwich storefront, vacating almost 10,000 square feet of retail space on East Elm Street as it prepares to pull out of the town's central business district in the coming months. The store made its way into Greenwich in 2010, after submitting plans to the town's Planning and Zoning Commission that August.

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  8. Frontier: 'We have lessons to learn'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | News Times

    Frontier Communications managers outlined a cascading series of problems it encountered in switching over AT&T customers in the first few weeks of November that triggered more than $10 million in customer credits and a sheepish appearance Monday before state regulators. Frontier spent $2 billion to acquire AT&T's operations in Connecticut, including telephone, Internet and video services.

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  9. Irate customers confront Frontier over serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | News Times

    Frontier Communications officials have told utility regulators in Connecticut that they underestimated the need for more trained customer service employees after they took over AT&T's phone, Internet and UVerse networks in October. Kathleen Abernathy , executive vice president of regulatory and government affairs for the Stamford-based company, told the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority on Monday that lessons have been learned and Frontier still has work to do.

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  10. Suspect in Stamford machete attack found deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | News Times

    The suspect wanted in connection with a Halloween morning machete attack was found shot to death in his native Guatemala last week, Stamford police said. Police were working with Guatemalan authorities to extradite 21-year-old Jairo Ruiz Morales , a likely member of the MS-13 gang, in the attack, Stamford Police Lt.

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  11. Fuel prices, confidence spur borrowingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | News Times

    First County Bank CEO Rey Giallongo sees small business confidence strengthening in Stamford where his bank is based and in other markets. Rey Giallongo can feel it, just talking to the small-business owners he speaks to day in and day out as CEO of Stamford-based First County Bank.

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  12. Shakespeare Bash: Party like it's 1564 for NAMIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | News Times

    When was the last time you attended an Elizabethan feast? Perhaps it's been a few years, but this New Year's Eve, a fundraiser for the National Alliance on Mental Illness may be just the opportunity. Event chairwoman Valerie Newton, owner of Image Makers International Inc. in Stamford, came up with the benefit's theme of a 450th birthday bash for William Shakespeare, an idea that came from a close friend, she said.

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  13. GM at Chelsea Piers' Stamford outpost stays 'on pointe'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | News Times

    Executive Director Greta Wagner poses next to a ballet bar in the fitness center at Chelsea Piers Connecticut in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014. Chelsea Piers will soon be opening a Dance Academy with classes starting on January 12 aimed for students of all ages.

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  14. Thomas-Graves returns to Stamford High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | News Times

    Angela Thomas-Graves, the third Stamford High School administrator to be suspended following the arrest of a teacher who had a sexual relationship with a student, is returning to her job immediately, according to schools officials. Thomas-Graves, one of four assistant principals at Stamford High, was put on paid leave Dec. 12. At that time, school district spokeswoman Sharon Beadle declined to comment on the reason for Thomas-Graves' suspension, saying only that it was a personnel matter.

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  15. Julie Jason: Pay close attention to mandated withdrawalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | News Times

    Do you know anyone whose birthday falls between Jan. 1, 1944, and June 30, 1944? If so, wish that person a happy "70-1/2" birthday. That is the magic birthdate that starts the clock on IRS requirements to take money out of IRAs and other tax-deferred accounts.

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  16. Longtime Conn. couple die minutes apartRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | News Times

    Giuseppe and Livia Fortuna celebrate their 50th anniversary on June 24, 1995. The Stamford couple died within minutes of each other on Saturday at the Smith House nursing home after 69 years of marriage.

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  17. After 69 years of marriage, Stamford couple dies minutes apartRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News Times

    Giuseppe and Livia Fortuna celebrate their 50th anniversary on June 24, 1995. The Stamford couple died within minutes of each other on Saturday at the Smith House nursing home after 69 years of marriage.

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  18. Attendants on hand, Stamford mall readies for rushRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News Times

    The cars will start piling into the Stamford Town Center around 10 a.m. on Saturday -- Meredith Keeler can predict from past experience -- and parking garage attendants will stay busy right through the close of business on Christmas Eve. Then, and only then, Stamford's biggest retail center will be able to draw a comparison of the 2014 holiday shopping season to a year ago.

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  19. Former trader opens spa for dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | News Times

    With his NFL dreams dashed in 1999, Mitch Marrow arrived in Stamford to start a career in finance working on the new UBS trading floor. He could never have dreamed that within 15 years he would be opening a "dog spa" only a figurative stick's throw away.

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  20. Atop the Palisades, Stamford developer expands to another marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | News Times

    An extensive list of amenities awaits residents of The Beacon, the newest high rise developed by Stamford-based Building and Land Technologies, what with the hot-tub-equipped grotto lounge, rooftop park, poker room and movie theater. Even as the developer tops off a new tower dubbed The Beacon on Stamford Harbor, BLT has begun leasing up a residential building with the same monicker in Jersey City, N.J., overlooking the Hudson River atop the Palisades and completed in partnership with New York City-based developer Metrovest.

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