STAMFORD —A public meeting on the future of the Glenbrook train station will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 11 in the gym of the Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent St.Consultants for the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) study will present findings about the potential for mixed-use development. If you cannot attend the meeting, you Read More
NORWALK–Park Animal Hospital in Norwalk and PAWS (Pet Animal Welfare Society) will offer a holiday celebration for furry friends on Dec. 8. The celebration will take place from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the hospital’s office at 17 Park St. Pets owners and their pets are welcome to attend. Event is open to the public. Read More
ABOVE: Cindy Grafstein (Contributed Photo) STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin has hired two of his former campaign workers as special assistants to the mayor. Cindy Grafstein, who represents District 19 on the Democratic City Committee and is a member of the Stamford Parent-Teacher Council, has been hired as a part-time special assistant and will be Read More
STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin announced his selections for the Police and Fire Commissions Thursday morning. The appointments will now go before the Board of Representatives for final approval. See the full list below, and check back later for full coverage on all of the mayor’s public safety appointments. POLICE COMMISSION CANDIDATES: Tim Abbazzia, Democrat Read More
STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin announced a slew of public safety appointments Thursday morning, including the appointment of former Assistant Fire Chief Peter Brown as the city’s new fire chief. Brown, a 40-year veteran of Stamford’s fire services, retired last year after clashing with former Mayor Michael Pavia over the reorganization of the city’s career Read More
ABOVE: Mayor David Martin spoke during a news conference at the Government Center this week. STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin will announce “several” public safety appointments Thursday morning. The mayor has called a 9:15 a.m. news conference at the Government Center to unveil the appointments. Check back later for full coverage of the announcement.
STAMFORD —The Glenbrook Fire Department will hold its Christmas tree lighting at 6 p.m. Saturday at Hope Street Park. The Glenbrook Community Center’s Activities for Kids chorus will sing carols. Free hot chocolate will be served. For more information, visit www.glenbrookassn.com.
A civil trial seeking millions in damages for police brutality after a Norwalk woman was punched in the face by a Stamford policeman during a parking dispute before an Alive @ 5 concert in 2009 began at the Stamford courthouse Wednesday. The woman, Brenda Mazariegos, 44, and friends Sandra and Nelson Solis are suing Zach Read More