Prominent rabbi to speak at Ferguson on Nov. 13 about inclusivity and tolerance

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Jewish Family Services of Stamford will present a prominent gay Orthodox rabbi to lecturing at the Ferguson Library next Thursday,  challenges of committing to being more inclusive to minorities and other groups. Rabbi Steven Greenberg, will present the 3rd Annual Saul Cohen Jewish Family Services lecture entitled “The Pain and Pleasure of Difference—How an Exclusive […] [Read More]
Conceptual rendering of $500 million project at the Stamford Transportation Center.  Last July the the state Department of Transportation announced it had selected Stamford Manhattan Ventures LLC to build more than 1 million square feet of commercial, office, and residential space.

Stamford Zoning board to discuss train station project tonight

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The Stamford Zoning Board will discuss Monday night a proposed project to redevelop the area around the Stamford train station, according to an agenda issued Monday morning. The board will meet at 7 p.m. in the fourth floor cafeteria of the Stamford Government Center, 888 Washington Boulevard. Last month board members sought the city’s legal […] [Read More]

Stamford’s master plan

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A final draft of the city’s master plan, the document guiding development throughout the city for the next 10 years, will be released next week. A public hearing on the plan will be held on Oct. 7 for residents and business owners to give their input. Here is an earlier draft version of the master […] [Read More]
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Planning Board to hold public workshop and Open House on Master Planning Update

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  The Stamford Planning Board will hold the last of several scheduled public workshops on the once a decade Master Plan Update. The workshop will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 22, in the fourth floor cafeteria, at the Stamford Government Center, 888 Washington Boulevard, Stamford. This morning the city posted a draft copy […] [Read More]
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Stamford Christmas tree pickup

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‘Twas the day after Christmas And all through the street Stamfordites wondered ‘What do I do with my tree?’ Make plans to hang onto your trees for a couple more weeks. The city of Stamford’s scheduled Christmas tree pickup will begin on Monday, Jan. 13, according to a posting on the city’s website. Though if […] [Read More]

District 11 Board of Reps

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The unofficial results will appear as soon as we get them from our reporters at each of the city’s 20 polling places. Keep checking back for more information. The top two vote-getters will be elected to the board. [Read More]

District 14 Board of Reps

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The unofficial results will appear as soon as we get them from our reporters at each of the city’s 20 polling places. Keep checking back for more information. This is an uncontested race and both candidates will be elected to the board. [Read More]

District 15 Board of Reps

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The unofficial results will appear as soon as we get them from our reporters at each of the city’s 20 polling places. Keep checking back for more information. This is an uncontested race — both candidates will serve on the board. [Read More]

Firefighters union turns up heat on consolidation

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STAMFORD — The head of the Stamford firefighters’ union is looking to turn up the heat on the crop of candidates vying for office to implement the consolidation of the city’s career and volunteer fire services that voters approved in last year’s Charter referendum. Brendan Keatley, president of the Stamford Professional Fire Fighters Association, issued […] [Read More]

Is Springdale Stamford’s hottest trick-or-treating neighborhood?

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On Tuesday morning, we asked readers to chime in on where Stamford residents can find the best spots for trick-or-treating. The answer? As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, it looks like Springdale takes the cake candy. Of the 346 total votes tallied by 5 p.m., Springdale had 88, making it the top neighborhood with 25 percent […] [Read More]