Cops: Stamford man stabbed restaurant worker

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DANBURY — A 19 year old Stamford man is facing assault charges after stabbing a restaurant worker Sunday morning, police said. Jay Travis Vanterpool, of Baxter Avenue, Stamford was arrested Sunday about 12:40 a.m. in front of The Patty House, 14 Ives St, Danbury. Vanterpool and two other men were drinking outside of the restaurant […] [Read More]
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Stamford Rotary Club meeting set Jan. 6

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The Rotary Club of Stamford will host Younhee Shin, from the Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project, as a guest speaker on 12:15 p.m. Jan. 6 at the Stamford Sheraton, 700 Main St. The Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project is a nonprofit organization that was formed in September 2005 to promote Korean history and […] [Read More]
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Poll: Did you spend too much on Christmas gifts this year?

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Content loading… Please enable javascript! Dollars and sense Did you spend too much on Christmas gifts this year? Yes No I’m a Scrooge every year. Dollars and sense With the price of gas so low, you might have felt flush this Christmas season. Did that fool you into blowing your budget for Christmas presents? [Read More]
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Stamford Firefighters and Santa deliver lots of toys

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The Stamford Professional Firefighters Association collected about 3,000 toys for it’s ninth annual toy drive. Santa and Stamford firefighters delivered more than 500 toys on an antique fire truck to 200 children at the Franklin Street Shelter. The firefighters also delivered gifts to the Salvation Army, the Wilson Food Pantry and to the pediatric patients […] [Read More]
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Stamford Police Association donates winter coats and gifts

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The Stamford Police Association recently collected nearly 200 warm winter coats during its annual coat drive. The drive also yielded two large bags of winter hats, gloves, scarves and sweaters. The items were delivered to Darien-based Person to Person, a organization that helps those who lack basic necessities. The Stamford police also delivered Christmas gifts […] [Read More]
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Jailed Stamford man keeps on writing to girlfriend

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A Stamford judge Tuesday doubled the appearance bond on a jailed Stamford man for obsessively writing to his former girlfriend from jail even though a Stamford judge prohibited the man from contacting the woman. Deno Dawes, 25, of Spruce St., was charged with two counts of violating a protective order and tampering with a witness. […] [Read More]
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Stamford storekeeper beaten by drunks

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An employee at a Stillwater Avenue hardware store was badly beaten after telling some men in the rear of the property to stop drinking there. Lt. Diedrich Hohn said a Stamford Hardware employee was attacked by two men Monday when he tried to break up a drinking party at the rear of the hardware store […] [Read More]
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Stamford police chief addresses NYPD cop deaths

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Stamford Police Chief Jon Fontneau released a statement Tuesday addressing the Saturday shooting deaths of two New York City Police Department officers. “Quite frankly, the troubling reality is that today throughout our great country law enforcement officers are being targeted just for wearing the uniform,” Fontneau’s statement reads, referring to the deaths of of New […] [Read More]
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