Yearly Archive for 2010

: 2010

Staples 2010 graduate dies at Queen’s University in Ontario

A still-unnamed graduate of Staples High School’s class of 2010 was found dead early Monday morning, according to The Kingston Whig Standard. More from the article: Investigators don’t yet know how a
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Does Westport have too many banks? P&Z checks interest

Is Westport “over-banked?” Apparently, some of the town’s zoning officials think so. And they are proposing a measure that would restrict where bank offices could be located in town. The proposal is
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‘Girl with Dragon Tattoo’ makes her mark … here!

The film version of the first in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy literary phenomenon- “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” – hits the screen Tuesday at the Westport Public Library. It’s the Swedish
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Keep track of big Metro-North changes

Big changes are coming throughout the region on schedules for Metro-North Railroad at the end of the month. Most peak-hours trains on the busy commuter lines will be affected by the multi-year
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A less taxing week …

Consumers across the great state of Connecticut get a bit of a break this week when shopping for clothes and shoes. It’s the annual “Tax Free Week.” Well, not totally — that’s just what state
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Say “I Do! I Do!” at Playhouse

Don’t just say yes, say “I Do! I Do!” Opening Aug. 10 and playing through Aug. 28, Westport Country Playhouse stages Kate Baldwin and Lewis Cleale in “I Do! I Do!,” The joyful and touching musical
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Cohen defeats Rubin in GOP primary

Nitzy Cohen triumphed tonight over the Republican party endorsed candidate, Stephen Rubin, according to unofficial primary results in the race for the 136th district state representative seat in
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Video: Concert for Fallen Firefighters

The Westport Fire Department, Bobby Q’s Barbecue and Grill, and the Bruce Springsteen tribute band “Lost in the Flood” hosted a fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 7, to raise funds for the families of
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Poll: Who will win Tuesday’s primary?

Nitzy Cohen is vying against fellow Republican Stephen Rubin, who defeated Cohen in a recent district caucus, for the nomination to run for the seat in the 136th State Assembly District. The primary
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