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Love to sing? The Stamford Chorale invites you to the first rehearsal of the fall season on Sept.
Superintendent Winifred Hamilton speaks during the annual convocation to start the new school year at Westhill High School on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.
Mahomed Kamal was found dead outside a house on Doolittle Drive. His brother tells News 12 Connecticut that Kamal was last heard from at around 3 a.m., when he called his wife to say he had one more fare to collect before going home.
Susan Elizabeth Phillips' new novel "Heroes Are My Weakness" evokes classic gothic romances such as "Rebecca" in its tale of a young woman and a mysterious man spending the winter in neighboring houses on an island off Maine.
Stamford Police are investigating the apparent stabbing death of a cabbie not far from the Merritt Parkway on Wednesday morning.
The Stamford Taxi in which the driver was killed in a stabbing on Doolittle Road in Stamford, Conn., is removed from the scene by a tow truck on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.
J.M. Wright Technical High School reopened Wednesday, the culmination of a $90 million, four-year renovation and expansion of the school located in Stamford's Scalzi Park.
A man suffered non-life threatening injuries Tuesday night after he was struck by a boat's propeller while wake boarding off Stamford's coastline, according to reports.
When 11-year-old Grace Targonski learned that her aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, she asked her mother if children get cancer too.
The CEO of an international sports venue catering company is in counseling to deal with anger management issues after he was seen on a Canadian video kicking and mistreating a 1-year-old dog in an elevator, the Stamford-based company said in a statement released Tuesday night.
A Stamford tenant who owes about $7,000 to his landlord threatened to burn the house down if the landlord continued to ask for the back rent, police said.
Emergency crews responded to Yacht Haven on Harbor Drive in Stamford, Conn., for a man that was injured by a propeller while wake boarding in Long Island Sound on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014.
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a consumer-protection lawsuit today against the makers of identification cards that are advertised as being "legally issued" or "required by law" even though there is nothing official about the cards.
Marcia Krieger , chief U.S. District Court judge in Colorado, has issued a restraining order freezing the assets of the owners of Denver-based R2 Capital Group and other holding companies.
A press conference will take place tomorrow, August 27, 2014, at 12:30 p.m. at 24 Research Parkway, Wallingford, CT.
Another Mayor's Night In event brought Stamford residents to David Martin's office Tuesday to share their concerns with the City's top executive.
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