Danbury collection for Sandy victims

State Sen. Michael McLachlan, a Republican elected to a third term in office this week, will be collecting donated items for Superstorm Sandy victims today until 5 p.m. at the corner of Main Street

Could this really be early November?

Here we go again. Rather disturbing to see leaves on the lilac bushes and half a foot of snow on the railing. Is this really the first week of November?? Maybe it will be like last year — pay your

No school in Stamford Thursday? Not likely

School superintendents around lower Fairfield County have been in constant communication with one another about the winter storm rolling through the region Wednesday afternoon and the effect it could

Snow settles on Stamford station

This photo of the Stamford Transportation Center around 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, was sent to us by A.M. Virzi. Send us your nor’easter photos. ¬†Click here and please note where and

A fresh blanket of snow in Greenwich

This photo comes to us from Yvonne Vogt on Burning Tree Road in Greenwich. Want to send your snow photos? Email them to tips@ctnews.com. Please let us know how you’d like to be credited.

UConn cancelling classes due to storm

UPDATE: 4:30 p.m. – All MBA classes scheduled for Tuesday evening at the Stamford campus have also been called off. The University of Connecticut is cancelling all classes at the Storrs campus that

Danbury turns into snowglobe

Snow started falling in Danbury this morning — hours ahead of predictions — and turned the city into a big snowglobe with fat flakes. By 3:30 p.m., though, the flakes are finer and visibility is

Stamford-area schools dismiss early, cancel activities

Norwalk Public Schools released students two hours early because of the nor’easter bringing snow, rain and wind to the storm weary region. The district has also rescheduled its Board of Education