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  1. SoundWaters Awarded $30K Grant From Impact Fairfield County

    SoundWaters Awarded $30K Grant From Impact Fairfield County

    STAMFORD, Conn. – SoundWaters, the Stamford-based environmental education organization, was awarded a $30,000 grant from a new charitable foundation, Impact Fairfield County.In a competitive process, more than 60 nonprofit organizations applied for a series of grants totaling $160,000. SoundWaters was one of three finalists, along with Inspirica and Neighbors Link, both also ...

  2. Avon Theatre In Stamford Presenting Screening Of 'Life, Animated'

    Avon Theatre In Stamford Presenting Screening Of 'Life, Animated'

    STAMFORD, Conn. – The Avon Theatre in Stamford will present a documentary screening of “Life, Animated” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.From Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams, “Life, Animated” is the inspirational story of Owen Suskind, an autistic young man who was unable to speak as a child until he and his family discovered a unique way to communicate by immersing themselves ...

  3. Avon Theatre In Stamford Holds Second Installment Of Religious Series

    Avon Theatre In Stamford Holds Second Installment Of Religious Series

    STAMFORD, Conn. – The Avon Theatre in Stamford is hosting special screenings starting with “The Pawnbroker" (1964) on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. "The Pawnbroker" tells the story of Sol Nazerman, a survivor of a German concentration camp in WWII, who owns a pawn shop in Harlem. Sol contends with his bitter feelings toward humanity and harsh reality of city life. The special ...

  4. Greenwich's Family Centers Honors Employees For Customer Service Excellence

    Greenwich's Family Centers Honors Employees For Customer Service Excellence

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Family Centers recognized five employees for customer service excellence at its employee-wide town hall meeting.For consistently embodying Family Centers' core values and providing exceptional service to both internal and external customers, finance accounting associate Tracey Eckert, Stamford CARES medical case manager Roberta Wilks, literacy volunteers student data ...

  5. Stamford Mayor Stresses City's Diversity In Leaders Conference Presentation

    Stamford Mayor Stresses City's Diversity In Leaders Conference Presentation

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Mayor David Martin made a presentation at Smart Growth America’s Local Leaders Council Policy Forum on Monday, July 18 to Tuesday, July 19 in Washington, D.C. The theme of the conference was place-based economic development, looking at inclusive growth in cities of all sizes. “This was a great opportunity to show other cities how Stamford is developing ways to stay ...

  6. UConn-Stamford Grad Raising Money For Trip To Africa To Teach Orphans

    UConn-Stamford Grad Raising Money For Trip To Africa To Teach Orphans

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. – New Canaan resident and recent college graduate Danielle Martin’s future is off to a busy start, and she is looking for help to get her to her next endeavor – traveling to Tanzania to educate underprivileged orphans. After graduating from the University of Connecticut in Stamford with a bachelor’s degree in psychology in May, Martin was invited by Anne Wells, founder ...

  7. Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    BERLIN, Conn. – With sweltering temperatures expected across Connecticut over the next several days, air conditioners and fans will be working overtime, but Eversource is prepared to meet that demand and is offering tips on how customers can save energy, stay comfortable and keep electric bills low. “Typically the demand for electricity grows by 75 percent during peak summer months,” ...

  8. Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    The Pokemon Go craze has taken over the U.S., and now supermarkets are joining the fun, reports Supermarket News. Chains such as Stew Leonard’s are drawing customers in with Pokestops and contests for gift cards, according to Supermarket News. Stew Leonard’s, with stores in Yonkers and several in Connecticut, is a Pokestop and reminded customers in a Facebook post that, “Clover is so ...

  9. Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    A new report suggests that dinosaurs never emitted the loud, frightening roar so many believe they did, but instead, may have mumbled with their mouths closed, according to Futurity. Research published in the journal “Evolution” looks at how some birds make sound through closed-mouth vocalization, which are sounds produced through the skin around the neck when the beak remains closed, ...

  10. 9/11 Families Demanding Justice After Revelation Of Saudi Ties To Terror

    9/11 Families Demanding Justice After Revelation Of Saudi Ties To Terror

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and families of 9/11 victims will demand justice for victims of terrorism on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. on the steps of the U.S. District Court in New Haven, after new revelations expose Saudi Arabian ties to the 9/11 terror attacks. Blumenthal helped to lead the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act to allow victims of terrorism ...

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