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  1. Asa "Ace" W. Scanlon Jr., 88, Stamford Resident

    Asa "Ace" W. Scanlon Jr., 88, Stamford Resident

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford resident Asa "Ace" W. Scanlon, Jr., died on Tuesday, May 3. He was 88. Scanlon served in the U.S. Army in the 192nd Field Artillery Battalion during the Korean War. He worked as a custodian at West School in New Canaan for 25 years. Scanlon is survived by his wife, Helen (Montella) Scanlon of 61 years; daughters Karen Scanlon and Barbara Marques and ...

  2. Rafik R. Habra, 70, Stamford Resident

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford resident Rafik R. Habra, formerly of Wappingers Falls, N.Y. died on Friday, April 29. He was 70. Born in Jaffa, Rafik spent his childhood in Cairo, Egypt and later moved to Beirut, Lebanon. He graduated from Columbia University with a master's degree in electrical engineering. Rafik began his career with IBM at the East Fishkill location in 1967 before ...

  3. Delia Hattendorf Fine, 64, Stamford Resident

    Delia Hattendorf Fine, 64, Stamford Resident

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford resident Delia Hattendorf Fine died on Friday, April 29. She was 64.Fine was a 16-time Emmy Award winning television producer with The Arts & Entertainment Network. Her credits include "Pride and Prejudice," "Horatio Hornblower," "Shackleton," "Murder in a Small Town" and "Longitude." Before joining A & ...

  4. Marcia Clark Speaks In Stamford About New Novel, O.J. Simpson

    Marcia Clark Speaks In Stamford About New Novel, O.J. Simpson

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Marcia Clark has returned to the news, and now she's returning to Connecticut as guest speaker for a third time to an event sponsored by the Ladies Launch Club in New Canaan and the Fairfield County Over 40 Females.The former prosecutor of the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial will be speaking about her recently released novel, "Blood Defense."“We are ...

  5. Carl C. 'Collie' Galasso Sr., 98, Lifelong Stamford Resident

    Carl C. 'Collie' Galasso Sr., 98, Lifelong Stamford Resident

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Lifelong Stamford resident Carl C. "Collie" Galasso Sr. died Monday, April 25. He was 98.Galasso was a private first class in World War II and fought in the Battle of The Bulge.Most of his career was spent at Birch Meadows Corp., where he was superintendent of a large estate.He is survived by his wife of 73 years, Mildred Galasso (D'Agostino); three children, ...

  6. Are You Bringing Your Child To Work, Stamford?

    Are You Bringing Your Child To Work, Stamford?

    Children are welcome into the workplace on Thursday for the 23rd annual Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work day, launched by the Ms. Foundation. On April 28, over 37 million people in the United States are expected to participate in the event, according to the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Foundation.President Barack Obama wrote a letter of support for the day, stating "In ...

  7. Stamford High Students Perform 'Seussical the Musical'

    Stamford High Students Perform 'Seussical the Musical'

    STAMFORD, Conn. — After more than 150 hours of preparation, students from Stamford High School and AITE are prepared to show off their work on an acclaimed musical based on the work of noted children's author Dr. Seuss."Seussical the Musical" opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the theater at Stamford High School. The production is suitable for audiences of all ages and involves work ...

  8. Stamford Young Musicians Perform At Carnegie Hall

    Stamford Young Musicians Perform At Carnegie Hall

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Conductors and students at Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic (SYAP) are preparing for a different season finale than any other in the program's history — the orchestra's debut at Carnegie Hall.SYAP Music Director Christian Capocaccia was considering the idea from the moment he inherited the orchestra from maestro Salvatore Princiotti in 2012. After four years of work ...

  9. Play Ball In Honor Of National Babe Ruth Day, Stamford

    Play Ball In Honor Of National Babe Ruth Day, Stamford

    One of the greatest baseball players in history, and a cultural icon, is being honored with his own day on Wednesday.National Babe Ruth Day is April 27 in honor of George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr.Ruth, who's known mostly for his time with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, retired as baseball's all-time home run king with 714 home runs before ultimately being surpassed by ...

  10. Brooklyn Women Charged In Counterfeit Money Bust At Stamford Walgreens

    Brooklyn Women Charged In Counterfeit Money Bust At Stamford Walgreens

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Two young women from Brooklyn were charged by police Tuesday night with passing counterfeit bills at the Stamford Walgreens, reports the Stamford Advocate.Sonia Barthelemy, 20, from the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, allegedly made a purchase at the pharmacy earlier in the day using fake bills and was recognized by a clerk when she returned to the store later ...

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