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Three new developments that call for increased density and some demolition of old structures in the city have accomplished a rare feat - snagging endorsements... [Read More]
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University of Connecticut officials are keeping close tabs on the city's real estate market to keep up with the growing demand for student housing. ... [Read More]
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A four-story downtown office building was evacuated Thursday morning after workers reported a suspicious man carrying what they believed were gun-laden satchels. More than... [Read More]
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A plan to convert a North Stamford club into a soccer and tennis facility could draw some jeers in the neighborhood. Self-described "soccer nut"... [Read More]
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Longtime chairman of the Zoning Board Thomas R. Mills Sr., whose facile mind and architectural eye lent the board a principled approach as it weighed... [Read More]
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With the ground already broken, the Veterans Memorial Park groundbreaking Wednesday afternoon took the form of a spoken thank-you note to the countless officials, veterans... [Read More]
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Several homes on Henry Street, long destined for leveling, recently found an unlikely friend in their raze-happy owner. The Zoning Board has decided to... [Read More]
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STAMFORD -Tranquil harbor waters Sunday betrayed what sailors called a days long "slog" in the weekend's 84th iteration of Stamford Yacht Club's Vineyard Race. ... [Read More]
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With an upset in city's only contested Democratic primary in the 146th state House of Representative's district, and a former Democrat drubbing a Darien Republican... [Read More]
It was early on primary day when Terry Adams realized he was up against more than just his Democratic opponent. The two-term incumbent watched... [Read More]
David Michel declared victory Tuesday night, claiming to unseat incumbent Terry Adams in the Democratic primary for the 146th state House of Representative's seat. ... [Read More]
Voters Tuesday afternoon managed the August heat, trickling into the First Presbyterian Church, the largest polling place in the contested 146th state House of Representatives... [Read More]
The city's building boom and the wholesale reimagining of the South End neighborhood could have political ramifications Tuesday as voters in the two state house... [Read More]
Now shrouded in orange fencing, an Abraham Lincoln statue will soon be the beacon drawing residents to a new Veterans Memorial Park. The... [Read More]
More than two miles of Route 1 will be repaved next month by the state Department of Transportation. The milling and repaving will start... [Read More]
The city's director of Social Services has offered an opinion that could deal another blow to a developer's controversial plan to avoid including mandated affordable... [Read More]
A proposed Chick-fil-A with a drive-through for busy Bull's Head died this week - the application quietly pulled after a final failed effort to change... [Read More]
The city will get its new stoplight on Washington Boulevard for free after pressing a developer to pay for half of it. Earlier this... [Read More]
Vines crawl up the industrial-era stoops of the abandoned multifamily homes that once embodied the character of the city's South End. The century-old homes... [Read More]
A carpenter in "The City That Works" started too young, forcing a construction company to stop working on the infamous "hole-in-the-ground" site. Darien-based James... [Read More]
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