Continued drunk driving patrols through the holiday season resulted in the arrest of a Stamford father who was driving his 18-month old son while he was more than two times over the legal limit, police said. Mario Aguirre-Alonzo, 30, of 54 Grant St., was charged with risk of injury to a child and driving while Read More
A chance traffic stop in Darien Friday led to the arrest of a former Stamford man who police say in 2008 stole seven checks from a customer suffering from Alzheimer’s and deposited the money into his account. Moises Oscar Morales, 37, formerly of 124 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford, was charged on a warrant with second-degree Read More
ABOVE: Dudley Williams STAMFORD — The Board of Representatives is scheduled to interview Planning Board member Dudley Williams for a seat on the Board of Finance. The vacancy was created when former member David Martin was elected mayor last month and resigned his seat on the finance board, where he had sat since 2011. Williams, Read More
STAMFORD — The Loft Artists Association at 575 Pacific St. will host a holiday show and boutique, beginning Friday and ending Dec. 22. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. A portion of the proceeds will go to Laurel House, a non-profit that provides opportunities and resources for those with Read More
First responders practiced rescuing people in the woods on Saturday at Mianus River Park. The training, which drilled the rescue of someone injured and lost in the woods as well as a searching for an injured and missing rescuer, took place from 8 a.m. to noon, Stamford Public Safety Director Ted Jankowski. “This was a Read More
STAMFORD — The Board of Representatives will hold a special meeting Monday night to fill the finance board vacancy created by David Martin’s election to the mayor’s office. Martin, elected in 2011, was in the middle of his first term of the Board of Finance but resigned his seat after winning the November mayoral Read More
STAMFORD — The Enough Campaign will host a “Vigil of Hope” in front of the Ferguson Library at One Public Library Plaza from 5 to 7 p.m. Dec. 12. The vigil will remember victims of gun violence in America. To learn more about the vigil and about ENOUGH, visit www.theenoughcampaign.com or email email@example.com.
The annual Toys for Tots program is once again collecting toys for children this holiday season. Toys are needed for infants through age 12. Toys are especially needed for older children. There are many toy drop-off locations around Stamford and are listed below. Toy donations should be dropped off before Dec. 17 to allow for Read More