Carlos Armas. Photo: Stamford Police Department.

Stamford man charged with Sunday morning screen removal

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A city man found near the Havermeyer Lane home that someone was trying to break in through a window while its occupants were inside early Sunday morning was arrested. Carlos Armas, 27, of 40 Wright St., Stamford, was charged with first-degree criminal trespass and third-degree criminal mischief. Sgt. Kelly Connelly said police officers were dispatched […] [Read More]
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Group says downtown park project draws more than 100

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On Friday, a team of urban planning activists decided to take on the world-wide urban planning experiment known as Park(ing) Day. Led by Emily Provonsha, a public space planner for the Downtown Special Services District, which was not involved in the project, the group set up a lounging area and bike parking station along two […] [Read More]

Crafters sought for beer/wine tasting fair Nov.21

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Stamford High School’s FOSH/PTO are currently recruiting crafters for its wine/beer tasting and craft fair at the Italian Center in Stamford on Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. Tables for crafters are $50 each. Call 203-554-8930 or email sharks10@optonline.net to reserve your space. [Read More]
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Keon Beatty. Photo: Stamford Police Department.

Fight in Stamford leads to arrest and minor police injury

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A Stamford police officer suffered a minor injury while chasing a suspect engaged in a fight with another man on Ursula Street late Sunday afternoon. The two Stamford men involved in the fight were arrested. Keon Beatty, 27, of 34 Raymond St., was charged with resisting arrest and Luis Torres, 29, of 53 Warren St., […] [Read More]
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Stamford development/zoning roundup

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Happy Monday, folks! Tonight’s Zoning Board agenda looks pretty packed with two new projects set to be presented in public hearings. Meetings take place on Mondays at 7 pm in the cafeteria of the Government Center. The following is a brief rundown of what to expect: City’s rental boom continues, project proposed for Waterside A […] [Read More]
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Stamford teacher in sex arrest makes not guilty pleas

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A Stamford High School teacher arrested for threatening to fail an 18-year-old student if he did not have sex while giving marijuana to the student and a friend made a brief appearance in court on Monday for the first time since her arrest in mid-July and made not guilty pleas to her criminal charges. Danielle […] [Read More]
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School bus in second minor accident

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A school bus carrying children struck a utility pole near the corner of Sunset Road and West Trail this morning. About 20 minutes later that bus was struck by a second school bus. No injuries have been reported in the accidents that occurred in North Stamford. The first accident was called in to police just […] [Read More]
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Strawberry Hill burglary in Stamford reported

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A burglary on Strawberry Hill Avenue that appears to have taken place Thursday night resulted in the theft of a diamond studded necklace and bracelet worth nearly $30,000, police said. Sgt. Kelly Connelly said police were called just after midnight Thursday by a Strawberry Hill homeowner who reported that his home had been broken into […] [Read More]
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