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Maggie McDonough of West Hartford today snaps a picture of the demoliton of 10 Pond Edge Road, off Hillspoint Road.
3 hrs ago | Westport News
Several people in the audience wore1950s-appropriate costumes to the "Grease" sing-along from the Westport Library, from left, Guggenheim, Michelle Krancz and Gail Parda.
7 hrs ago | The Westport Daily Voice
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. Beth DiLoreto, regional vice president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties, and Darcy Sledge, a sales executive in the Westport office, were recently named one of Commercial Record's Women of FIRE.
Alphonse "Buck" Iannacone of Westport, a 61-year supporter of the Westport Police Athletic League and to many the face of Westport P.A.L., died Friday in Norwalk Hospital.
Westport residents Patty Kondub and Mary Heery join hands with health and wellness professionals from the Y's of Westport/Weston, New Canaan, Darien and Wilton, to mark $1,000 donations from SpinOdyssey to each of the Y's to support their cancer exercise survivor programs.
Desmond Fraser of the Bronx, N.Y. handles the grilling chores today at Sherwood Island State Park in Westport.
There's a story that Reyno Giallongo, chairman and CEO of First County Bank, likes to tell, earning appreciative smiles from his staff as he does so.
More than 1,000 bicyclists took part today in the 10th annual CT Challenge charity bike ride to raise funds for its cancer survivorship center in Southport.
This is the story of a little Cape Cod-style house on a small parcel of land in a prime location in Westport.
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Investing in Metro-North Railroad infrastructure is critical to growing our local economy, creating Fairfield County jobs, and attracting and retaining the next generation of commuters.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Connecticut state parks, which include Sherwood Island State Park in Westport, above, entry and parking fees will be waived this weekend at the 26 parks and three museums that usually charge visitors.
Officials of 10 area communities have reached a new 10 year agreement with Wheelabrator Technologies Corp. for the Bridgeport company to accept 185,000 tons of trash and generate electricity from it.
The recent closing of Daybreak Nurseries on Main Street is a loss to the gardeners of Westport, but not all is lost to the local gardener who also happens to be house hunting.
A former Navy fighter pilot will talk about missions he flew over Iraq at the Westport Sunrise Rotary breakfast meeting on Friday, Aug. 1. The meeting is at 7:30 a.m. at Bobby Q's, 42 Main St. It is open to the public for a $12 fee, which includes a breakfast buffet.
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