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Traffic Stop Leads To Alleged 'Runner' Of Untaxed Cigarettes From Fairfield County To New York
A traffic stop for a seatbelt violation led to the arrest of an alleged "runner" for a supplier for bodegas and variety stores from Fairfield County to New York who was possessing illegal cigarettes and gambling records, police said.
Stamford man charged in street robbery
STAMFORD — Just hours after an arrest warrant was signed for a city man who police say committed an armed street robbery last year, officers spotted the suspect and took him into custody without incident.
Mail Theft Investigated: Darien News
DARIEN, CT — Even though lots of Darienites make a point to separate your recyclable items from the regular trash (good for you!), many of you still are not discarding them in the proper fashion,... Read more.
Uber Driver Arraigned On Sex Assault Of Westchester Woman
RYE BROOK, NY — An Uber driver from the Bronx who allegedly groped a sleeping woman he was driving from New York City to Westchester County has been arraigned on felony charges.
Darien Wellness Center Extends Stay Into 2019
DARIEN, CT - From Darien Community Wellness: The co-proprietors of Darien Community Wellness, a holistic and integrative wellness center at the Noroton Heights Shopping Plaza, are thrilled to announce that, due to overwhelming demand, they are extending their stay at the location into 2019.
Two arrested in iPhone fraud attempt on Greenwich Ave.
GREENWICH — Two men are under arrest for allegedly trying to use a fake identity to buy a $1,000 cell phone on Greenwich Avenue. Officers went to Verizon Wireless Friday evening and detained two suspects. “They were trying to use somebody else’s identity to obtain a phone,” said Lt. John Slusarz. Th
Letter: Darien Democrats seek candidates for next election cycle
The Darien Democratic Town Committee is seeking candidates to run for the 2019 Municipal Election Cycle. We are looking for fellow Democrats who possess the skills and experience to contribute to our town’s advancement coupled with an interest and passion for running for the following elected office
Norwalk Resident Faces DWI Charge In New York
New York State Police charged 18 drivers with impairment over the weekend. Four were Connecticut residents. On December 8, State Police arrested Heather A. Burr, 25, of Norwalk, CT, for DWI. She was traveling on State Route 123 in the town of Lewisboro, when she was found sleeping on the highway. In
5 New Properties For Sale In The Darien Area
DARIEN, CT — On the hunt for a new home nearby, but getting tired of seeing the same old listings over and over? Thanks to our weekly list of new homes in your area, you can stay on top of the scene.
Greenwich football rolls over New Canaan for Class LL title
(WTNH) - It was championship Sunday around Connecticut!. In Class LL, Greenwich hosted New Canaan down at Boyle Stadium in Stamford. John Marinelli and Greenwich took on his dad, Lou, and the Rams.
Stamford police seize nearly 150 cartons of untaxed cigarettes
STAMFORD — Police seized illegal gambling records, nearly 150 cartons of untaxed cigarettes and more than $780 during a traffic stop on Friday. Police said they arrested 32-year-old Luis Miguel Pena-Ramos after they found the cigarettes in black trash bags in his trunk.
Darien’s Marissa Baker overcomes injury, helps Middlebury repeat as national field hockey champ
For Marissa Baker, it was the field hockey season that almost wasn’t. The former Darien High School standout was getting ready for her junior season for the Middlebury College Panthers when a wakeboarding accident in early August left her with a serious high ankle sprain.
Greenwich Woman Charged with Disorderly after Fight on King St
Police arrested a woman in northwest Greenwich on Sunday morning after receiving a report of a physical fight at a resident. On scene investigation revealed that Kristi Mitra, 36, had struck the victim within their residence.
Helicopter Parents Are Now Landing at School Cafeterias
Some well-intentioned parents today apparently never learned that too much of a good thing can actually be harmful to their kids — and mixed messages from some sectors of society are not helping the matter.
Car runs off I-95 in Westport; four people taken to hospital
WESTPORT – Four people were taken to local hospitals after a car drove off I-95 in Westport this morning. The Westport Fire Department responded at 6:01am to a motor vehicle accident between exit 18 and 19 on the northbound side of the highway. Firefighters found a single car down the embankment and
New Wellness Center Open in Greenwich!
OsteoStrong is celebrating our arrival in Greenwich and Darien!. Join Us to learn more about how OsteoStrong’s program helps build stronger bones, fight Osteoporosis, make your stronger, and improve your balance!
Letter: Darien Human Services grateful for Darien Police Department’s support
The following letter was sent to Sgt. Sam Boccuzzi of the Darien Police Department with a copy to Depot Program Director Janice Marzano. It is reprinted here at the author’s request.
Help Stamford Marriott Keep Our Neighbors Warm, Coat Drive Benefits Person 2 Person
This holiday season, the Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa is hosting a Coat Drive in partnership with Person-2-Person (P2P), a community-supported nonprofit with locations in Stamford, Darien, and Norwalk, that provides emergency assistance for basic needs, and support for individuals and families.
Ice Skate Outdoors In Stamford's Mill River Park
STAMFORD, CT — When the temperatures drop in New England thoughts often turn to outdoor skating. And in Stamford, a new, temporary outdoor skating rink has opened downtown so you don't have to wait for the ponds to freeze to lace up the skates.
Amy Bilden’s work is informed by yoga, dance and avoiding trips to the art supply store
“I love embracing the past, but also changing it a little,” Amy Bilden says, in an artistic understatement. There is plenty of evidence in her studio at St. Philip Artists’ Guild in Norwalk that she changes it a lot. From a bookcase, she removes a lady’s purse, the old-fashioned kind made of fabric