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Spartan workout set to be held in Mill River Park

Correction: The event in Stamford will be a “workout tour,” not an official race as originally stated. The Mill River Park Collaborative on Tuesday announced that the downtown park will host a workout
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A missed chapter in Stamford’s history of girls hockey

  My story this past Sunday focused on the growing interest in girls ice hockey. The subject was brought to my attention about a year ago,  when John Leydon, a land use attorney who I would often

Chelsea Piers set to open new gym

On Wednesday, Chelsea Piers will hold an opening preview party for a new 65,000-square-foot health & fitness facility. The fitness company decided to build the new gym following feedback from

Missing Norwalk man found safe in Florida

A 93 year-old Norwalk man who was reported missing Monday has been found safe in Long Boat Key, Fla., Lt. Paul Resnick, the Norwalk Police spokesman, said Wednesday morning. Wojciech Piekos, who
Connecticut players and fans begin to celebrate in the final moments of the team's 63-53 victory over Florida at their NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

UConn game viewing party at Stamford campus tonight

This just in from the University of Connecticut: March Madness has struck Connecticut once again!  With both UConn men’s and women’s teams playing for the championships this week, students and fans

Turkey trots in the Stamford area next week

Thousands of runners in the area will hit the roads next Thursday morning to work up an appetite before slamming ladles full of mashed potatoes on their plates for a Thanksgiving feast. For many

Stamford to announce new athletic directors Wednesday

Stamford’s high school principals will announce their schools’ new athletic directors Wednesday, the district’s Interim Director of Human Resources Fay Ruotolo said during a school board labor

Courtland Avenue church gives props to ‘Tebowing’

Spotted on Courtland Avenue Wednesday morning: The Grace Evangelical Free Church is giving in to Super Bowl fever. The sign in front of the church this week advertises “Tebowing practice” the morning

Welcome to Chelsea Piers Connecticut…

the website, that is. In case you haven’t noticed, Chelsea Piers, the New York sports complex, has staked out an Internet presence in preparation for their expansion into Stamford. There are photos as

Sports legends to step up to the plate for YMCA

Above: NBA Hall-of Famer Gail Goodrich, of Greenwich; Bobby Valentine; and Gary Liberatore of New Canaan at the 62nd Annual Old Timers dinner at the Italian Center in Stamford. A bevy of sports icons