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Westport, Connecticut is located in Fairfield County. Zip codes in Westport, CT include 06888, 06881, and 06880. The median home price in Westport is $1,595,000 which is roughly $404/per square foot. More Westport information.

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53 min ago | The Westport Daily Voice

Showers Likely Tuesday Morning In Westport

Sunny skies will give way to increasing clouds and showers after 5 p.m. Monday in Fairfield County, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are expected to climb into the lower 70s before the rain rolls in.

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4 hrs ago | Westport Now

A Boost for Westport Cinema Initiative

Melissa Newman of Westport today presents a gift of $5,000 from the Joanne Woodward Fund - a donor-advised fund of the Fairfield County Community Foundation - to be used for general operating support of Westport Cinema Initiative , which is working to bring a move theater back to Westport. "We could always watch movies at home, even when I was a kid, but we still went out and stood in line with everyone else," said Newman, daughter of actors Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.

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8 hrs ago | Westport Now

Arrest in Dunville's Bar Fight

A Westport bar fight back in May led to the arrest Friday of a Stamford man on an assault charge, police said today. According to police, Michael Marino, 43, was involved in the May 22 physical altercation at Dunville's Restaurant at 41 Saugatuck Ave. Marino turned himself in on an active warrant, police said.

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10 hrs ago | Patch.com

Westport Historical Society Presents: A Saugatuck Walking Tour

Join the Westport Historical Society on Saturday, Oct. 11, for one of its most popular walking tours, a stroll through Old Saugatuck accompanied by guide Bob Mitchell. The tour begins at 2 p.m. and ends with a drink on the house at one of Saugatuck's favorite haunts, the Black Duck.

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10 hrs ago | Westport Now

Check Fraud Arrest Carries Big Bond

A Hartford woman accused of cashing a $998.25 fraudulent check at First County Bank in Westport on June 2 was arrested Saturday by Westport police. A news release today said the woman had traveled to Wethersfield where local police had detained her on an active arrest warrant.

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14 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

Experts Offer 37 Things I Wish I'D Known Before My Divorce

We have all heard the widely known statistic - 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. So, why is there still a stigma associated with divorce if it's so common? Nicole Baras Feuer, M.S., a mediator and divorced mother of two, makes it a priority to help other families navigate the difficult process.

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18 hrs ago | Westport News

"Summer makes you forget that there was ever a winter," writes columnist Krista Richards Mann. "In a mix of avoidance and denial, I neglected to put away my sandals and summery skirts.

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18 hrs ago | Westport News

Well Intended: Ready to savor autumn, not what follows

"Summer makes you forget that there was ever a winter," writes columnist Krista Richards Mann. "In a mix of avoidance and denial, I neglected to put away my sandals and summery skirts.

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21 hrs ago | The Westport Daily Voice

Clyne Chiropractic Moving To New Location In Westport

Dr. Lisa Clyne and Clyne Chiropractic & Wellness have a new location at Westport Urgent Care at 1045 Post Road in Westport. Clyne, who lives in Stamford, has been offering chiropractic and acupuncture services to the Fairfield, Weston and Westport community for over 10 years.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Westport Now

Dedicating a Sherwood Tree in Memory of Allen Raymond

The daughter of the late Allen Raymond, Deb Raymond Eska, addressed the Friends of Sherwood Island Islandfest today as the first tree was planted in the Friends' "100 Trees for 100 Years" project.

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Westport Now

Raising Awareness of Best Buddies

A "friendraiser" for Best Buddies Connecticut was held today at the Westport home of Connie and Martin Silvers to raise awareness of the Staples chapter of the group which aims to help connect those with disabilities to those without. The event was attended by local chapter heads, the state chapter head, local residents, and second in command for Best Buddies International, David Quilleon.

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Westport News

Savoring a 'Slice'

Erin Coakley and Jamie Tran try pizza and ziti from Tony Funicello of Tutti's Ristorante at the Slice of Saugatuck Festival on Sunday. Photo: Mike Lauterborn Harriet Masri of Westport samples pastry from Lindsay Wilson, of Garelick & Herbs, at the Slice of Saugatuck Festival.

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Westport Now

Westport Family Y Awaits Final Approvals

The Westport Weston Family Y's new, 54,000 sq. ft. facility at its Mahackeno campus is now virtually complete, according to Y officials.

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New Canaan News-Review

board worried about impact of new rental fees

Board of Education members Dionna Carlson, Sangeeta Appel and Gene Goodman at a special meeting March 17, 2014, at the New Canaan High School library. The Board of Education tabled a vote on new rental rates for school facilities Monday after assessing the impact the higher fees could have on local groups renting space at schools, whose costs could nearly double.

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Westport News

Sasha Rose McCay, who teaches at Wakeman Town Farm, helped to serve...

The large tent sheltered the crowd from Saturday evening's rain during Harvest Fest at Wakeman Town Farm. Photo: Jarret Liotta Suzanne Allen of Westport, left, her husband Josh and Pamela Cornfield of Westport at Saturday's Harvest Fest.

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Westport News

Today in Westport:

The third Slice of Saugatuck festival takes place today, from 1 to 4 p.m., in the Saugatuck Center area along Saugatuck and Riverside avenues, near the Saugatuck train station. "Slice of Saugatuck:" 1-4 p.m. Saugatuck Center, Saugatuck-Riverside avenues.

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Connecticut Post

Americans are much more likely to burn the midnight oil than workers in other rich nations, according to a new National Bureau of Economic Research working paper. And Greenwich residents are some of the most eager workaholics in the country.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Greenwich Citizen

Stratford suit impacts pawnbrokers

An elderly Westport woman who pawned her wedding ring on Christmas Eve has set in motion a legal action that may force dozens of pawnbrokers across the state to shut their doors. "Life as Connecticut pawnbrokers have known it is over," said Bridgeport lawyer Jonathan Klein after the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled this week that the state's pawnbrokers must reduce the interest rate they charge for so-called buy-back loans -- the bread and butter of many pawnbrokers -- because they are in violation of the state's usury law.

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Westport Now

Burning Off a Propane Leak

Westport firefighters, assisted by the Fairfield Hazardous Materials Team, today helped burn off a leaking 500-pound propane tank on Surf Road in Westport's Saugatuck Shores section. The leak occurred at a home under construction and was discovered about 10:25 a.m., according to Assistant Chief John Plofkin.

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Fairfield Citizen-News

Septemberfest: Falling into autumn fun at Assumption carnival

Eloise Gacetta, Andrea Melgar, Jenna Wright and Lindsay Sabia, all 11 years old, enjoying fun at Septemberfest at Our Lady of the Assumption parish. Photo: Mike Lauterborn Will Speller, 4, of Westport, and Tanner Wurzel, 4, of Southport, took a spin on the Frog Hopper ride at Septemberfest on Friday night.

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