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

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

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

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

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. We’re following it up with a live blog this Thursday¬†at 3 p.m. with U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, D-4. Just like

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?

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-Times for decades, passed away today after his long battle with cancer. David served many roles for the paper

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

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