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Stamford, Connecticut is located in Fairfield County. Zip codes in Stamford, CT include 06913, 06910, and 06926. The median home price in Stamford is $545,000 which is roughly $240/per square foot. More Stamford information.

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1 hr ago | Connecticut Post

Stamford shooting caught on video hits heart of nightlife

People sit on a bench in across from Tino's Night Club in Stamford, Conn., on Sunday, July 13, 2014.

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3 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

City miffed at article's Detroit

There was a time, 30 years ago, when referring to Connecticut's largest city as the "armpit of New England" would draw the ire of city leaders, as the late actor Paul Newman learned.

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7 hrs ago | The New Canaan Daily Voice

Arrest Of Teen Found Under Porch Tops New Canaan News Last Week

A 17-year-old Stamford resident found hiding under a porch in New Canaan was arrested after a pre-dawn search for suspects in a stolen car case that included officers and a K-9 unit from Norwalk and Stamford.

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12 hrs ago | Patch.com

Five Shot Outside Stamford Bar, Suspect in Custody

Stamford Police say five bystanders were shot early Sunday when a gunman pulled out semi-automatic handgun during an argument and began indiscriminately shooting in downtown Stamford.

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16 hrs ago | The Stamford Daily Voice

Man Charged For Punching Car Owner Tops News Last Week

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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20 hrs ago | The Norwalk Daily Voice

Online Tourism Hub Connects Connecticut Tourists With Antiquing Community

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. Connecticut's official tourism website now offers an Antiques Trail, an online guide that directs antiques enthusiasts through historical areas of Connecticut including Fairfield, Stamford and Wilton and features shops that offer unique items.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

Patch.com

Judge: Stamford Employee Can Keep Pension Despite Embezzlement Conviction

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.

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News Times

Facing a new master plan, development interests in Stamford square off

Last spring, the city embarked on a more than a yearlong effort to update its master plan by holding a series of public workshops.

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The Stamford Daily Voice

Stamford Senior Wins Richard E. Taber $5,000 Scholarship

STAMFORD, Conn. Three high school seniors were recipients of the Richard E. Taber Citizenship Award provided by the First County Bank Foundation.

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Times Herald-Record

Lewis is named Record's executive editor

Barry Lewis, longtime regional editor and columnist, and more recently interim executive editor, on Friday was named executive editor of the Times Herald-Record.

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Reuters

UPDATE 7-Brent hits three-month lows on easing geopolitical risk

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.

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News Times

Century-old Byram auto body shop stays in the family

Gary Cunningham works on a car at Grover C. Cunningham Auto Body Shop, the shop he owns with his father, Bruce, in Greenwich, Conn., on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

The Newtown Bee

The Top of the Mountain

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.

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The Arizona Republic

Ex-Bush lawyer convicted of trying to kill wife

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.

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News Times

Q&A with Thomas Madden, economic development director of Stamford

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.

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The Greenwich Daily Voice

Jury Finds New Canaan Man Guilty Of Attempted Murder Of His Wife

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 .

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KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

Victim of Chimp Mauling Seeks Ban on Trafficking Non-Human Primates

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.

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The Stamford Daily Voice

Police: Stamford Man Busted After Selling Crack To Undercover Officer

A Stamford man is facing drug charges after he made four crack cocaine sales to an undercover officer back in the spring, police said.

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The Stamford Daily Voice

Stamford Man Linked To 2009 Burglary Through DNA Evidence

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.

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Darien News-Review

2 honored by Girl Scouts of Connecticut

From left, Girl Scouts of Connecticut Board President Caroline Sloat; Managing Director, New England Market Executive, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Linda Houston; and Girl Scouts of Connecticut CEO Mary Barneby.

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