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Christopher J. Vesciglio, 24, of Stamford, was charged with punching Volvo SUV car owner while damaging a wiper on the vehicle.
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A Hartford Superior Court judge has ruled that a former City of Stamford employee convicted of embezzling thousands of dollars from the city can keep his pension.
Last spring, the city embarked on a more than a yearlong effort to update its master plan by holding a series of public workshops.
STAMFORD, Conn. Three high school seniors were recipients of the Richard E. Taber Citizenship Award provided by the First County Bank Foundation.
Barry Lewis, longtime regional editor and columnist, and more recently interim executive editor, on Friday was named executive editor of the Times Herald-Record.
Brent oil hit a three-month low on Friday, heading towards a third consecutive week of losses as fears of supply shortages in the Middle East and North Africa receded.
Boxes were put in place as early as last week outside of RIS, in anticipation of the Annual Friends of the C.H. Booth Library Book Sale, which begins Saturday, July 12. If you're reading this column, I know you are a supporter of the printed word.
A former White House lawyer in both Bush administrations was convicted Friday of attempted murder and other charges in the beating of his wife at their Connecticut home four years ago.
Thomas Madden, the city's recently confirmed economic development director, on his goals starting on day one, how cities can achieve affordable "green" development, preventing "brain drain," and the best advice he's ever received.
A jury Friday found New Canaan resident J. Michael Farren, a former White House lawyer in both Bush administrations, guilty of attempt murder in an attack on his wife at their New Canaan home in January 2010, according to the New Canaan Advertiser .
A Connecticut woman who was brutally mauled by a friend's pet chimpanzee in 2009 appeared on Capitol Hill Thursday to support legislation that would stop interstate transport of chimps and other non-human primates.
A Stamford man is facing drug charges after he made four crack cocaine sales to an undercover officer back in the spring, police said.
New Canaan Police recently used a saliva sample found at the scene of a 2009 burglary to charge a Stamford man with the crime, according to The New Canaan News.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., left, and Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Human Society of the United States, right, talk with Charla Nash during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, July 10, 2014.
A multi-car crash was blocking the left lane of I-95 southbound in Stamford on Thursday afternoon, the Connecticut Department of Transportation reported.
Not guilty was the plea from the former manager of Stamford Animal Control shelter who is facing reckless endangerment charges in connection with allowing the adoption of dogs with a violent history.
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