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  1. Metro-North Tweaks Schedules For October, Closes Devon Transfer Point

    Metro-North Tweaks Schedules For October, Closes Devon Transfer Point

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Metro-North changes will take effect on Sunday, Oct. 2 with slight timetable adjustments and transfers returning to Bridgeport as a result of Devon Transfer Point closing.The changes aim to improve on-time performance during peak hours as well as accommodate upcoming track and infrastructure work. The Devon Bridge work will be completed, and the temporary Devon ...

  2. Liberation Programs In Stamford Publishes Memoir Of Former Client

    Liberation Programs In Stamford Publishes Memoir Of Former Client

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Liberation Programs in Stamford has helped publish the memoir of graduate Malcolm Spears, who participated in the program in the early 1970s.More than 40 years ago, Spears was a teenager already accused of a felony and sentenced to prison. As fortune would have it, due to his drug use, he was allowed to complete his sentence at a newly opened inpatient treatment ...

  3. Himes Casts Lone Vote Against Tax Breaks For Olympians

    Himes Casts Lone Vote Against Tax Breaks For Olympians

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Connecticut Democrat U.S. Rep. Jim Himes (D-4th District) was the only member of the House of Representatives to vote against a bill giving U.S. Olympic and Paralympic medalists a tax break, according to The New York Times.The bill is on the cusp of being signed into law by President Obama after passing the House 415 to 1 and clearing the Senate earlier this ...

  4. First County Opens Bank Branch At Stamford's AITE High School

    First County Opens Bank Branch At Stamford's AITE High School

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- First County Bank announced the official opening of a limited access bank branch in Stamford at The Academy of Information, Technology and Engineering High School with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held Sept. 19. AITE is a college preparatory, inter-district, magnet high school in Stamford. “First County Bank is proud to provide students with financial literacy education ...

  5. Neighbors Link Stamford, NCC To Train Immigrants For Health-Care Jobs

    Neighbors Link Stamford, NCC To Train Immigrants For Health-Care Jobs

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Neighbors Link Stamford and Norwalk Community College (NCC) have signed an agreement to provide instruction aimed at preparing immigrants for employment in the field of home health care. Currently, there are not enough American-born workers entering the field to meet the needs of a growing population of elders that has made the home health-care industry the ...

  6. Stamford Historical Society Celebrates 375 Years Of Local History

    Stamford Historical Society Celebrates 375 Years Of Local History

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Residents and visitors are invited to a new exhibit and film screening at The Stamford Historical society on Thursday in honor of the town's history.  The event will feature a reception from 6 to 7 p.m. followed by the premiere screening of a new film "Stamford at 375 Years: A Nostalgic Look Back At Our Town," created by historical society volunteers Dan and ...

  7. Connecticut Violent Crime Rate Lowest Since 1974, FBI Report Shows

    Connecticut Violent Crime Rate Lowest Since 1974, FBI Report Shows

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Connecticut’s crime rate is at a 50-year low, with violent transgressions the lowest levels since 1974, and overall numbers the lowest since 1967, FBI records show. Connecticut also has seen the second largest decrease in violent crime nationwide.Crime numbers from 2015 released by the FBI indicate an 8.5 percent change over the previous year.The drop in ...

  8. South Street In Stamford Closed For Work On I-95 Bridge Over Metro-North

    South Street In Stamford Closed For Work On I-95 Bridge Over Metro-North

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- South State Street is closed from Lafayette to North State streets in Stamford, according to the Connecticut Department of Transportation.  South State Street eastbound traffic is being detoured to Lafayette Street. The closure will continue through spring as road crews make repairs to the overpass that carries I-95 over the Metro-North train tracks. A completion date ...

  9. Women Artists Highlighted In New Bruce Museum Exhibition in Greenwich

    Women Artists Highlighted In New Bruce Museum Exhibition in Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Bruce Museum in Greenwich is set to open "Her Crowd: New Art by Women from Our Neighbors’ Private Collections," on Sept. 24. Greenwich and the nearby communities in Fairfield and Westchester counties are home to a number of contemporary collections, and thus to art by women being made today. The exhibition will offer the opportunity to see what some of ...

  10. First County Bank Employees In Stamford Gather School Supplies

    First County Bank Employees In Stamford Gather School Supplies

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- First County Bank employees in Stamford participated in the Human Services Council’s Donate a Backpack for Family Day program to provide students with backpacks and school supplies for the 2016-17 school year. First County Bank employees donated pens, pencils, crayons, rulers, calculators, highlighters, erasers, notebooks, folders and 88 backpacks with a total of ...

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