Daily Archive for February 8th, 2013

: February 8th, 2013

Down, not entirely out, in Fairfield Center

Out and about in downtown Fairfield about 9 p.m. Friday, scarcely a creature was stirring — save a few cross-country skiers heading up and over the Unquowa Road bridge and a sun-glasses-wearing

Free access to e-edition due to storm related delivery problems

As the blizzard and ongoing travel conditions have severely impacted our ability to deliver some of our newspapers to subscribers, we are offering free access to our E-editions. You can access the

Bottle Brush?

Shot this really odd tree on South Pine Creek Rd in Fairfield, Conn. What is it? t is it?

Here’s what they’re saying about the storm in Westport

Following is a sampler of what Westporters were saying Friday about the snow storm that the National Weather Service predicted was poised to grow overnight into a fierce blizzard, pummeling the region

The pizza dudes

From Staff Writer David Hennessey: It’s Friday night and, blizzard or no blizzard, Greenwich residents need their pizza. As of early Friday evening, with snow beginning to fall in earnest, Pomodoro in

Snow day = one less beach day

Greenwich students might be thrilled with their extended February break, but the day off comes at the expense of summer vacation. Hurricane Sandy, which closed schools for six days, erased the

Nemo pics fly like snowflakes on social media

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At Grand Cental, Rush Hour All Day

New York — Rush hour arrived at Grand Central at lunchtime Friday, as commuters scrambled to catch one of dozens of northbound trains before Nor’easter Nemo buffets the region. With the cold rain in

Blizzard of booze

From Staff Writer David Hennessey: A blizzard may be knocking on Greenwich’s door, but inside Post Wines and Spirits in Cos Cob a steady stream of customers scooped up six-packs of beer and bottles of

Metro-North still running.. for now

Officials with Metro-North said trains are still running, although they are closely keeping an eye on conditions as the nor’easter becomes more severe. Aaron Donovan, a spokesman for the railroad,