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State DOT says testing at Stamford train station garage is complete

The DOT on Thursday said that testing at the aging 727-space train station garage has been completed. The agency closed the nearly 30-year-old garage on Monday, April 13, after pieces of fallen
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State DOT to close downtown train station parking garage

In an announcement released late Monday, the state Department of Transportation has decided to shut down its aging parking garage at the downtown train station after pieces of concrete fell from the

Stamford to close several downtown streets for snow clearing

Sections of the downtown will be closed on Wednesday morning for snow removal by the city’s Department of Operations, according to a press release from Mayor David Martin’s office. The streets

Malloy issues a travel ban tonight

Gov. Malloy has issued a travel ban on state highways starting at 9 p.m. Between 15 to 30 inches of snow is projected to fall in the region tomorrow. Wind gusts are expected to be as much as 50 miles

Free parking in city’s public garages

Due to the snowstorm, the city is calling for all parked cars to be moved off the streets by noon today. There will be free parking in public garages until the snow emergency is lifted. As a reminder,

Stamford mayor to hold press conference on blizzard prep

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a storm a-brewin’, folks! Get your shovels out. In advance of the coming Nor’easter that is threatening to dump up to two feet of snow in the region, Stamford Mayor

State DOT head set to speak about Stamford train station this month

In a long awaited public presentation, the state’s Department of Transportation Commissioner, James Redeker, is tentatively scheduled to speak before the city’s land use boards on Jan. 27 about its

Board of Education votes to make communication with attorney public

The Stamford Board of Education voted 7-0 on Thursday night to release its lawyers from attorney-client privilege regarding any communications related to the Stamford High School scandal. Despite

Stamford High principals will not return

3:17 PM Update Stamford High School principals will not return, Superintendent says.¬†They remain in paid suspension. Board of Education’s Jackie Heftman says Board still has confidence in

Judge grants probation to Stamford High principals

UPDATE: 11:30 a.m. Judge Richard Comerford granted the request for accelerated rehabilitation to both Stamford High School Principal Donna Valentine and Assistant Principal Roth Nordin, but not before