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  1. Demolition Begins To Replace Platform At Noroton Heights Train Station

    Demolition Begins To Replace Platform At Noroton Heights Train Station

    DARIEN, Conn. -- Soon Metro-North riders will have spick-and-span new platforms to brighten their departures and arrivals in and out of Noroton Heights train station.Work to replace them began this week, the Connecticut Department of Transportation has announced.The project consists of the replacement of platforms along Track 3 - New York Bound - and Track 4 - New Haven bound. The work ...

  2. Therapy Practice Opens In Stamford To Address Growing Drug Addiction Issue

    Therapy Practice Opens In Stamford To Address Growing Drug Addiction Issue

    DARIEN, Conn. -- The growing problem of heroin addiction in Darien was partly the inspiration for opening satellite offices of Manhattan Marriage and Family Therapy in Darien and Stamford.The practice will focus on addiction, prevention, and recovery, and help families heal, as well as couples therapy. Licensed marriage and family therapist Amanda Craig, PhD is the board approved ...

  3. Bridgeport's Beardsley Zoo Leads The Pack In Supporting Endangered Wolves

    Bridgeport's Beardsley Zoo Leads The Pack In Supporting Endangered Wolves

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A pair each of Mexican Gray wolves and Red Wolves call Beardsley Zoo home, where activities to educate the public on wolf conservation are planned all week.Today, March 27, through April 1 is national #LoboWeek, an effort to educate the American public on the importance of returning wolves to their ancestral home in the Southwest.There will be learning opportunities ...

  4. Study: Low Salaries Help Rank Connecticut As 7th Worst State For Doctors

    Study: Low Salaries Help Rank Connecticut As 7th Worst State For Doctors

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Low salaries contribute to Connecticut being ranked among the worst states to practice medicine in, according to a WalletHub analysis.Connecticut ranked 7th worst in the personal finance website's "2017’s Best & Worst States for Doctors" report issued in time for National Doctor's Day on March 30.To determine the best states for doctors WalletHub ...

  5. From Greece To Greenwich: Togas Design Boutique Opens On Putnam Avenue

    From Greece To Greenwich: Togas Design Boutique Opens On Putnam Avenue

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Anything your heart desires in luxury bedding can be found in the new Greenwich design store Togas on Putnam Avenue.The boutique traces its roots back to the main company Togas Houses of Textiles founded in Athens, Greece, in 1926."Our store is owned by a third generation of the same family that appreciate the variety of aesthetics, from very traditional to ...

  6. Nun To Talk In Greenwich Of Work With Girls Exploited In Sudan, Uganda

    Nun To Talk In Greenwich Of Work With Girls Exploited In Sudan, Uganda

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- A humanitarian nun, Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe of Uganda, who saved thousands of girls during the rebel wars in Uganda and South Sudan, will speak in Greenwich next month.Nyirumbe is director of St. Monica’s Girls Tailoring Centre, in Gulu. She is one of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World,” and the subject of the book "Sewing Hope."Her ...

  7. Connecticut Ranks Among Top 10 Most Innovative States

    Connecticut Ranks Among Top 10 Most Innovative States

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- With President Donald Trump's proposed budget that cuts federal funding for research and development looming, WalletHub.com released a report reminding Fairfield County residents that their state is among the most innovative in the country.Connecticut ranked No. 9 in the report that gives credit to the states that have contributed the most to America’s ...

  8. C'est Bon: French Film Festival Comes To Greenwich, Stamford

    C'est Bon: French Film Festival Comes To Greenwich, Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Like French films? Focus On French Cinema, an annual independent Francophone film festival for new, cutting-edge cinema from France and across the French-speaking world, is hosting a variety of feature-length and short movies in Greenwich and Stamford from March 27 to April 2.In Stamford, the Avon will screen "Un plus un" starring Academy Award winner Jean ...

  9. Delve Deep Into Watery World Of Sharks At Norwalk Aquarium Spring Break

    Delve Deep Into Watery World Of Sharks At Norwalk Aquarium Spring Break

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Kids can delve deep into the watery world of sharks and other animals in April during Spring Vacation Adventures at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.The program lasts from April 10 to 14 and offers 6- to 8-year-olds a chance to explore a different marine topic each day. Older kids, ages nine to 12, get a hands-on look at how science and technology are critical to ...

  10. Buses Running In Place Of Trains On New Canaan Branch Starting Friday

    Buses Running In Place Of Trains On New Canaan Branch Starting Friday

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Metro-North customers traveling on the New Canaan Branch will be riding buses instead of trains beginning Friday and running through the weekend.The buses will run Friday, March 24, to Sunday, March 26, and on the following weekends: April 21 to 23 and April 28 to 30 and again from May 5 to 7.The service change is to accommodate track work.The buses to Stamford will ...

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