Downtown Street Seats auction Oct. 8

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Stamford Downtown will be auctioning off its Stamford Downtown’s Street Seats 5:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at Seven Landmark Square, 101 Broad St. Forty originally designed wooden benches, painted and embellished by 33 accomplished artists from the region, will be available for bidding. The auctioneer will be Bobby Valentine. The party is open to the public […] [Read More]
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Organ concert at St. John’s Lutheran Oct. 5

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St. John’s Lutheran Church will hold  a concert featuring virtuoso organist Thomas Dahl, cantor of Hamburg’s St. Peter’s Church at 4 p.m. Sunday at 884 Newfield Ave. Dahl’s program will include early baroque to the romantic eras with works by Jacob Praetorius, Felix Mendelssohn and Johannes Brahms. Johann Sebastian Bach’s famous Fantasia and Fugue in […] [Read More]
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How well do you know Stamford?

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How well do you know Stamford? Have you seen this brightly painted gate in your travels? [Read More]

Court upholds Davalloo’s Stamford murder conviction

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A just released state Appellate Court opinion has upheld a Stamford jury’s murder conviction of Shelia Davalloo in the love triangle stabbing-murder of Anna Lisa Raymundo in her Harbor Drive apartment in 2002. Davalloo, who represented herself in February 2012 during a two and one-half week trial in front of 12 jurors, filed the appeal […] [Read More]
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Miriam Carey silent protest to be held Friday in Washington

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The family of a Stamford woman shot and killed in her car in Washington, DC, will be holding a silent protest on Friday at the site where she was killed to mark the first anniversary of her death. “One year after Miriam Carey was shot to death by government officials, the Carey family and supporters […] [Read More]
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Realtors oppose Stamford tax on $1 million sales

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STAMFORD — Realtors came out to oppose a plan to jack up the conveyance tax on home sales above $1 million. “This tax adds insults to injury to taxpayers who were hurt by the housing downturn,” said Thaddea Sheridan, president of the Stamford Board of Realtors, as she explained the real estate market has still […] [Read More]
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Strangle murder suspect makes not guilty plea in Stamford

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A Norwalk man charged with strangling his long-time girlfriend to death made a not guilty plea to a murder charge at his first appearance at the Stamford courthouse on Monday. Bertony Thompson, 44, of 41 Wolfpit Ave., Norwalk, briefly appeared with his new attorney Alan Williams in a fourth-floor courtroom and made the plea at […] [Read More]
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4 Stamford boys picked up in Carolina Road attempted break-in

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Police cited four Stamford boys age 11-14 for trying to break into an West Side home on Sunday afternoon. Sgt. Kelly Connelly Officers were sent to the Carolina Road home on a report of four boys trying to get into the home. When a cruiser arrived at the house, the four ran off. But police […] [Read More]
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