Yearly Archive for 2009

: 2009

Welcome to the new GreenwichTime.com

The GreenwichTime.com you see today probably looks a bit different than the one you saw yesterday. Make that a lot different. The site you see today is the work of countless hours of work, both
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Welcome to the new StamfordAdvocate.com

The StamfordAdvocate.com you see today probably looks a bit different than the one you saw yesterday. Make that a lot different. The site you see today is the work of countless hours of work, both
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Welcome to the new CTPost.com

The CTPost.com you see today probably looks a bit different than the one you saw yesterday. Make that a lot different. The site you see today is the work of countless hours of work, both locally here
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Welcome to the new NewsTimes.com

The NewsTimes.com you see today probably looks a bit different than the one you saw yesterday. Make that a lot different. The site you see today is the work of countless hours of work, both locally
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Mark this date: Topix is no more

The following is an open letter to our readers: We’ve heard you. Time and again, the most consistent complaint about our sites we’ve heard from our users has been, to paraphrase, “The comments on your
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Next live video blog: This Thursday, with U.S. Rep. Jim Himes

We had a terrific response two weeks ago to our live video blog with Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, you can watch the recap of it here. We’re following it up with a
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I didn’t even realize this was being discussed

I saw this ad during my travels along the Internet: The president sure seems annoyed there. I guess he hates voting?
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David W. Harple, long-time News-Times photographer, passes away

Just heard from a friend that David W. Harple, who has been taking pictures for The News-TimesĀ for decades, passed away today after his long battle with cancer. David served many roles for the paper
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Fairfield’s own John Mayer’s performance at the Michael Jackson memorial

It’s old news by now, and I know that most people say the media has covered Michael Jackson’s death too much (then why are the ratings still through the roof?), but I thought this was worth passing
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Remembering Dr. John Orman

As an alumnus of Fairfield University, as a former student and as a local politics nut, I was really dazed by the news yesterday of the death of Dr. John Orman at 60. I think I’m still at a bit of a
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