PHOTOS: The mini skirt turns 50

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The mini skirt turns 50 this year. Do you remember when it first came out? Did you wear it as a teenager, or do you wear it today? We’d love to commemorate the anniversary with your photos. Look through your old high school or college yearbooks: are there any photos of you or your friends […] [Read More]
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Middle School Cop Shop planned for March 4

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The Westport Police Youth Collaborative announced Tuesday that they will be holding a Middle School Cop Shop at Toquet Hall On March 4 from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. This month’s topic is “Social Media and The Law: What every kid needs to know about their rights and responsibilities in a digital world,” said Elaine Daignault, […] [Read More]
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Zappi will join Shaban’s campaign for Congress

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State Rep. John Shaban announced Tuesday that Bob Zappi will be leading his campaign for U.S. Congressman in the Fourth Congressional District. “Bob Zappi brings state-or-the-art campaign expertise, respected working relatinships with various Republican organizations in the Fourth Congressional District and a deep understanding of message development and campaign implementation that appeal to voters,” Shaban, […] [Read More]
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DOT to hold a public information meeting on Merritt Parkway study

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The state Department of Transportation will conduct a public informational meeting concerning the Merritt Parkway Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study on Monday, March 10,  at 7 p.m. the Westport Town Hall Auditorium, 110 Myrtle Avenue. In the event of inclement weather, the meeting will be held on Monday, March 17, at the same time and location. For […] [Read More]
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Park and Rec’s spring/summer program registration begins soon

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The online spring and summer program registration will begin Monday, March 10, at 9 a.m., Stuart McCarthy, Parks and Recreation director announced Monday. Walk in, fax and mailed registration, along with online, will then continue at the Parks and Recreation Sales Office at Longshore during regular business hours beginning on Monday, March 17. “Many programs […] [Read More]
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Zoners to discuss potential changes to regs concerning medical marijuana

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A Planning and Zoning Commission meeting to discuss potential changes to the town’s zoning regulations regarding medical marijuana will take place Monday. The meeting, actually of a subcommittee of the commission, will be looking into regulations already passed by six other Connecticut municipalities, according to Laurence Bradley, the town’s planning and zoning director. “This is […] [Read More]
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Library offers Teen Writing Workshop for high school students

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The Westport Library will offer a Teen Writing Workshop for students in grades 9-12 beginning March 13. Do you write fiction or memoir? Are you itching to go beyond high school assignments? Join this special four session workshop for writers in grades 9-12. The sessions repeat every two weeks until April 25. Led by local […] [Read More]
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Cause of condo fire still under investigation

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The cause of an early-morning fire that heavily damaged a Harvest Commons Condominium unit early Thursday is still under investigation, Fire Marshal Ed Zygmant said later in the day. “At this time, it doesn’t appears to be suspicious,” he added. Zygmant didn’t have a dollar amount of damage to unit 506, but said the damage was substantial. […] [Read More]
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