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  1. Tiny Miracles Foundation's Art Exhibit Supports Stamford Hospital

    Tiny Miracles Foundation's Art Exhibit Supports Stamford Hospital

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Fairfield County-based Tiny Miracles Foundation celebrated World Prematurity Day recently with an exhibit called "Artwork Born Ahead of Its Time," created by local preemies, at the Westport Arts Center.During this event, over $5,000 was raised to support the foundation.The event was also sponsored Jerry’s Artarama of Norwalk, Garelick & Herbs, ...

  2. Greenwich Education Group Names New Education Supervisor At Links Academy

    Greenwich Education Group Names New Education Supervisor At Links Academy

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Greenwich Education Group has appointed Desiree DelGrosso as the new education supervisor of Links Academy One-to-One Learning program at its 44 Commerce Road campus in Stamford. DelGrosso received her master's in counseling and personnel services from Fordham University, and she has a bachelor's in psychology from Iona University. In her new role at GEG, she will be ...

  3. Greenwich Attorney Makes Top Lawyer List

    Greenwich Attorney Makes Top Lawyer List

    NORWALK, Conn. – Sarah “Sally” Stark Oldham of Rowayton, of the law firm of Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC, was featured in the 2015 “Women Leaders in the Law” list recently published by Fortune Magazine.Oldham was the only lawyer in Connecticut named to this list. Presented by Legal Leaders at American Lawyer Media, the 2015 “Women Leaders in the Law” list identifies a select group ...

  4. AAA Honors 97-Year-Old Crossing Guard In Greenwich

    AAA Honors 97-Year-Old Crossing Guard In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- AAA Northeast recently recognized Tom Reale, 97, a recently retired school crossing guard in Greenwich, as a "Traffic Safety Hero."At AAA’s sixth annual Community Traffic Safety Awards lunch recently at Testo’s in Bridgeport, AAA commended Reale for completing 40 years of continuous service as the town’s most senior school crossing guard. Police Chief James ...

  5. Greenwich Neighborhoods Rank Among Snobbiest Places In Connecticut

    Greenwich Neighborhoods Rank Among Snobbiest Places In Connecticut

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- When it comes to snobbiness, Fairfield County ranks right up there. According to the infotainment website RoadSnacks.com, nine of the Top 10 of the Snobbiest Places in Connecticut are in Fairfield County.Here is the list, in order, from RoadSnacks.com:No. 1: Darien,No. 2: Greenwich,No. 3: Old Greenwich,No. 4: Weston, No. 5: New Canaan, No. 6: Westport, No. 7: ...

  6. Fairfield Worries About Tax Consequences Of Possible GE Move

    Fairfield Worries About Tax Consequences Of Possible GE Move

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The possible departure of General Electric from its Fairfield headquarters complex has local officials worried about tax revenue implications, according to a report in ctpost.com.The company has reportedly considered donating the campus to a nonprofit organization, which would take the property, valued at about $84 million, off the local tax rolls, ctpost.com ...

  7. Train Fares Rising 1% In New Year On Metro-North In Connecticut

    Train Fares Rising 1% In New Year On Metro-North In Connecticut

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Commuters and casual train riders alike should be prepared to pay a bit more for a ride on Metro-North that starts or ends in Connecticut.A fare increase of 1 percent goes into effect Jan. 1 on the Connecticut portion of the Metro-North New Haven Line. This is the fifth of seven consecutive annual increases requested by Connecticut Department of Transportation ...

  8. Metro-North Hikes Train Fares 1% In New Year Across Connecticut

    Metro-North Hikes Train Fares 1% In New Year Across Connecticut

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Some train riders will be paying a bit more in the New Year: A fare increase of 1 percent goes into effect Jan. 1 on the Connecticut portion of the Metro-North New Haven Line. This is the fifth of seven consecutive annual increases requested by Connecticut Department of Transportation to help finance the new M-8 train cars. This increase will affect ticket ...

  9. Greenwich's A.G. Williams Painting Co. Earns Small Business Award

    Greenwich's A.G. Williams Painting Co. Earns Small Business Award

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- A.G. Williams Painting Co. with offices in Greenwich and Pelham, N.Y., recently was honored with a General Excellence Award at 914INC. Magazine’s 2015 Small Business Awards. For the third year in a row, hundreds of nominations were submitted to Westchester Magazine publication, 914INC. Magazine, with intentions to highlight the achievements of small businesses all ...

  10. Connecticut Gets Funds To Finish Hartford Line Commuter Rail Service

    Connecticut Gets Funds To Finish Hartford Line Commuter Rail Service

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Friday an agreement with Amtrak to complete the Hartford line, receiving guaranteed agreements for cost ceilings and a clear timetable for work completion. The completed Hartford Line will triple the number of trains between New Haven and Hartford and doubling the service between Hartford and Springfield, Mass. The program is now ...

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