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State Street Debating Society Ltd. to honor Pavia March 10

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Stamford’s State Street Debating Society Ltd. will hold its 68th award dinner 6:30 p.m. March 10 Giovanni’s II, 2748 Boston Post Road in Darien. Anthony “Tony” Pavia, an educator, author and interim principal of Stamford High School, will be honored as “man of the year.” The dinner is $75 per person and  $150 per couple, […] [Read More]
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Pavia named interim principal at Stamford High School

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Stamford Public Schools announced that former Stamford High principal Tony Pavia is coming out of retirement for the second time, this time to the school as interim principal, replacing Rodney Bass who had been serving in the role since Principal Donna Valentine was arrested in October in connection with the teacher-student sex case. “Tony’s leadership […] [Read More]
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Pancake breakfast benefit for Carol Pavia’s Courtyard Jan.25

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STAMFORD —Turn of River Middle School will hold a pancake breakfast benefit for Carol Pavia’s Courtyard from 8 to 11 a.m.  Saturday at 117 Vine Road. The courtyard has been named in honor of the late Carol Pavia, a beloved part of the TOR school community for more than 30 years. All proceeds will go […] [Read More]
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Stamford signs still claim ‘Mayor Michael A. Pavia’ welcomes you

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I stepped out of Stamford for a bit this afternoon to grab lunch in Greenwich. Upon returning home, via the Atlantic Street exit on Interstate-95, I spotted this sign: If you look at the top of the sign, you’ll see the arch simply says “Stamford,” while the two lines below read “WELCOMES YOU Mayor Michael […] [Read More]
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Citizen Pavia

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Brian Cashman’s civility talk at Ferguson Library Monday night included a couple of surprise guests, including Bobby Valentine, who declared “I’ve been a Yankees fan all my life” and shared an anecdote about his meeting as a teenager with a less-than-civil Mickey Mantle. First, though, a familiar face stepped in front of the audience of […] [Read More]
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Pavia to announce a fill for the hole in the ground

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STAMFORD — After more than 30 years as a vacant lot, the piece of property downtown known as “the hole in the ground” may finally be developed. Mayor Michael Pavia issued a a press release Wednesday afternoon to announce he will make an announcment at 9 a.m. Thursday on “a resolution to a decades-long land-use […] [Read More]

MAYOR’S RACE: Pavia endorses Fedele

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STAMFORD — Mayor Michael Pavia, who is not seeking reelection in November, endorsed Republican contender Michael Fedele Saturday afternoon. See Pavia’s full remarks here. Due to my superb camera skills, it appears as though Stamford’s 30th mayor is wearing the American flag as his hat. [Read More]
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MAYOR’S RACE: Martin speaks out against Pavia’s boatyard plan

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ABOVE: Democratic mayoral candidate David Martin spoke at Czescik Park Saturday STAMFORD — David Martin, who is seeking the Democratic Party’s endorsement for a second mayoral run, announced Saturday he opposes the plan to build a boatyard at 205 Magee Ave. We will have coverage in Sunday’s Advocate. Here’s the full text of his remarks: Hello, […] [Read More]
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Pavia shows his true colors (red & white)

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Pavia shows off his team t-shirt this Sept. at the annual softball game between his office and the Board of Reps. Mayor Michael Pavia is a Red Sox sympathizer. “I always liked the Red Sox,” Pavia said Wednesday during a discussion about Bobby Valentine’s recent hiring by the Boston Red Sox. “Of course, being in […] [Read More]
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Pavia: Spread the word about cancellations

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Mayor Michael Pavia made a rare appearance at Tuesday night’s Board of education meeting, to announce cancellations throughout the city and urge Stamford residents to spread the word. He noted that the first day of school has been pushed back to Tuesday, Sept. 6, and pressed on the complications to spread the word, given the […] [Read More]
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