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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut ktensa@dailyvoice.com

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

Karen Tensa's Contributions

  1. Chelsea Piers In Stamford Adds Cutting-Edge Reaxing Equipment

    Chelsea Piers In Stamford Adds Cutting-Edge Reaxing Equipment

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Chelsea Piers Athletic Club in Stamford has launched the latest innovation in exercise, a training program known as Reaxing. “Reaxing takes functional training to a new level,” said Greta Wagner, executive director of Chelsea Piers Connecticut. “We love partnering with fitness innovators, and Reaxing is a new and unique concept that applies to everyone — from fitness ...

  2. Norwalk Land Trust To Buy White Barn Property & Preserve 15 Acres

    Norwalk Land Trust To Buy White Barn Property & Preserve 15 Acres

    NORWALK, Conn. — With an agreement in place for the Norwalk Land Trust to purchase the White Barn property in Norwalk, the 15.4-acre site will be preserved as open space forever, the NLT announced. “Given its unique biodiversity and benefit to the community it is critical for the community to help NLT save this this property,” said Seeley Hubbard of the Norwalk Land Trust. The property ...

  3. Bartender Shot In Stratford Robbery Recovering After Five Surgeries

    Bartender Shot In Stratford Robbery Recovering After Five Surgeries

    STRATFORD, Conn. — It's been a long road to recovery — with five surgeries — for the bartender who was shot during an armed robbery at a bar in Stratford Center last month, according to his brother. "Our dear friend and brother Regi is resting and recovering well," Sean Woodard said last week of his brother, Regi Woodard. "He’s building his strength after enduring five ...

  4. Masuk Upsets New Canaan In Football Semis; Darien, Greenwich Also Advance

    Masuk Upsets New Canaan In Football Semis; Darien, Greenwich Also Advance

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Masuk High School upset New Canaan High in the Class L semifinal football game on Sunday afternoon, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference reported.  The final score was 28-15, with No. 5 Masuk topping No. 8 New Canaan at Benedict Field in Monroe. The Rams from New Canaan were the four-time reigning champion in Class L. Masuk advances to the final ...

  5. Police: Stratford Man Nabbed In Shelton Burglary Suspected In More Breakins

    Police: Stratford Man Nabbed In Shelton Burglary Suspected In More Breakins

    UPDATED: SHELTON, Conn. — A Stratford man was charged in multiple commercial burglaries after he was arrested as he was breaking into a health care building in Shelton early Sunday, police said. The man, identified as 47-year-old Mark Lindsey of Stratford, was arrested at 9 a.m. Sunday, police said. Lindsey was charged with three counts of third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal ...

  6. Connecticut State Police Identify Man Killed In Shooting In Kent

    Connecticut State Police Identify Man Killed In Shooting In Kent

    KENT, Conn. — The person shot to death in a home in Kent has been identified as a 30-year-old man who lived in the residence, Connecticut State Police said Sunday.  Andre Edness of 381 Kent Cornwall Road, Kent, sustained a fatal gunshot wound in the Friday evening incident, State Police spokesman Sgt. Eric Haglund said.  The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will be conducting an ...

  7. Christmas Light Dispute, TV Show's Jokes Top The Week's News In Stamford

    Christmas Light Dispute, TV Show's Jokes Top The Week's News In Stamford

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two disputes were settled this past week in Fairfield County, with neighbors making an agreement to allow a Christmas light show to continue in Fairfield and ABC agreeing to stop dissing Norwalk on a sitcom. ICYMI: Here are links to those two stories, as well as the other top stories from the Daily Voice in the past week: Some lights are a little dimmer and the ...

  8. Supermoon Will Light Up The Sky In Connecticut On Sunday

    Supermoon Will Light Up The Sky In Connecticut On Sunday

    The full moon that lights up the sky above Connecticut on Sunday will be bigger and brighter than usual — and will kick off a series of three consecutive supermoons, according to NASA."The Full Moon is the Frost Moon, the Cold Moon, the Long Night Moon, or the Moon before Yule. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's getting warmer, so happy Strawberry Moon. And oh yeah, did we mention ...

  9. Crawling At 16 MPH? WSJ Says I-95 Fails In Fairfield County

    Crawling At 16 MPH? WSJ Says I-95 Fails In Fairfield County

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — It's one thing everyone in Fairfield County can agree on: I-95 is the worst. Not only does the Wall Street Journal agree, a new story says the Maine-to-Florida freeway is a failure. And as the WSJ explains how the highway fails — through a series of facts that interact with a map — our stretch of I-95 in particular is called out for its short-comings.    This ...

  10. Bicyclist, Driver Charged In ‘Road Rage’ Encounter In Stamford

    Bicyclist, Driver Charged In ‘Road Rage’ Encounter In Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A bicyclist and a motorist from Stamford were charged with assault after a road rage incident in the city on Friday, according to the Stamford Advocate. The incident began when a BMW sped past a bicyclist on Shippan Avenue, and the bicyclist followed the car onto Rippowam Avenue, police told the Advocate. The car stopped and the bicyclist, Peter C. Brooks, 60, screamed ...

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