Monthly Archive for December, 2010

: December, 2010

Help Ludlowe hoopsters help city kids

Elfs on Fairfield Ludlowe High’s basketball team are looking for helpers to boost their efforts to give the kids at a Bridgeport community center a brighter Christmas. The team is organizing a gift

What’s in a name? Vote for new RR depot moniker

Chug on over to the town of Fairfield’s website and register your choice on what the name of the new railroad station should be. So far, the project — proposed as part of a large commercial

Last gasp for ‘Scoundrels’ in Fairfield

The final presentation in the Fairfield Public Library’s “ Scoundrels in Film” series unspools Wednesday. The Hitchcock mystery, “Strangers on a Train,” will be screened at 6:45 p.m. in the

Santa & the Mrs. hosting at their Fairfield house

Visit with Santa, have a cookie with Mrs. Claus and benefit a local charity, Brady’s Smile, all at the same time at the 25th annual “Visit to Santa’s House, which opens Saturday at the Burr Homestead,

Fairfield schools’ survey deadline looms

There are two days left to register an opinion on a survey conducted by the Fairfield public schools. Officials are seeking public input in this third year of a five-year Strategic Plan for the

Greek Orthodox archbishop in Fairfield today

Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Church in America will appear today at Fairfield University. The prelate is scheduled to be on hand for a presentation on the topic, “The Care of the Soul:

Have lunch with the first selectman today

First Selectman Kenneth Flatto is the guest at today’s Fairfield League of Women Voters’ brown-bag lunch at 12:15 p.m. in the Fairfield Library’s Rotary Room, 1080 Old Post Road. Flatto will discuss

Another menorah lighting to brighten Fairfield

A second public menorah lighting is planned in Fairfield this week. It will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Jennings Park at Post and North Benson roads. The Hanukkah observance is being sponsored

Cops on alert for ‘funny’ money

Fairfield police and merchants will no doubt be on alert for fake $100 bills after the arrest Thursday night of two NY women for allegedly passing counterfeit money at Post Road merchants in next-door

‘Our Town’ is in town this weekend

“Our Town,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Thorton Wilder, will be performed at Fairfield Ludlowe High School this weekend. The Friday night performance by Drama Club will take place at 8 p.m. On