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Tom Renner

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No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

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  1. Greenwich Hand Surgeon Receives Prestigious Award for His Research

    Greenwich Hand Surgeon Receives Prestigious Award for His Research

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- An orthopedic surgeon from Greenwich has received one of the highest honors in the orthopedic research industry.Dr. Scott Wolfe received the Kappa Delta Elizabeth Winston Lanier Award, which is presented to investigators who make key discoveries leading to major advances in the field of orthopedics. Dr. Wolfe, who sees patients at the Hospital for Special Surgery ...

  2. Newtown Family Follows Yellow Brick Road To Win Fairy Tale Trip On 'Today'

    Newtown Family Follows Yellow Brick Road To Win Fairy Tale Trip On 'Today'

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- A Newtown family won a contest on the “Today” television show to take a dream trip to Scotland.Cara Hughes and her family were named the winners of the contest on Friday. They were one of four finalists in the contest. The family dressed up as characters in the “Wizard of Oz” in their pitch to win the trip. The trip's highlight will be a stay in the fairy tale Dun's ...

  3. Greenwich Schools Work To Mitigate Changes In Later Start Times

    Greenwich Schools Work To Mitigate Changes In Later Start Times

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Board of Education’s School Start Time Ad Hoc Committee is working with school officials and school bus consultants to help mitigate changes in the start times at the town’s high school and middle schools.In a new plan that was approved in September, high school students would start their day at 8:30 a.m. That is 60 minutes than the current start time. ...

  4. Stamford Crossword Tournament Still Puzzles Players In 40th Year

    Stamford Crossword Tournament Still Puzzles Players In 40th Year

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Will Shortz took an idea that wasn’t even his and ran with it. Now, 40 years later, the annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament is returning to Stamford with more than 600 players and an array of new puzzles to test the nation’s top wordsmiths.Shortz, a former Stamford resident and the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle, has been the driving force behind ...

  5. Stamford Company On The Move To Help End Growing Problem Of Hunger

    Stamford Company On The Move To Help End Growing Problem Of Hunger

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- The need for emergency food has doubled in volume in the past five years, according to The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. A Stamford moving company, in partnership with a New Jersey nonprofit organization, is doing its part to help solve the growing food insecurity concern.Since 2013, Kaster Moving Company of Stamford has donated 2,250 pounds of food to the Food ...

  6. Fairfield Estate Of Composer Richard Rodgers Hits Market For $3.595 Million

    Fairfield Estate Of Composer Richard Rodgers Hits Market For $3.595 Million

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A 9-acre estate and six-bedroom home that once belonged to composer Richard Rodgers — and was designed and built by him — has come on the market in Fairfield.The home at 4800 Congress St. in Fairfield is listed for $3.595 million by Coldwell Banker agent Barbara Vinograd. Click here for the property listing.The house was conceived and built by Rodgers, who composed ...

  7. Greenwich Wins State Award For Voter Turnout

    Greenwich Wins State Award For Voter Turnout

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich won the state’s coveted Democracy Cup, which is which is awarded to municipalities that saw the highest voter turnout in the state in the 2016 presidential election.Greenwich had the highest turnout, 85.22 percent, among areas classified as cities. Pomfret (small), Somers (mid-sized) and Wallingford (large) also won in their respective classifications, ...

  8. New Canaan Teen Seeks Support To Make His Movie On Schizophrenia

    New Canaan Teen Seeks Support To Make His Movie On Schizophrenia

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A New Canaan High School sophomore is seeking community to support to a screenplay he has written about a teenager with schizophrenia into a film.Jackson Oehmler, 15, has launched a campaign on Kickstarter to raise $4,000 to make the film. He has until March 28 to raise the funds, and as of Monday was less than halfway toward his goal.Oehmler has already won two ...

  9. After Starting Out In Autos, Darien Florist Flourishes With Flowers

    After Starting Out In Autos, Darien Florist Flourishes With Flowers

    DARIEN, Conn. — Adam Manjuck’s career path took a hard U-turn the moment he walked into a Stamford florist shop nearly two decades ago. Now the owner of Flowers & Flowers in Darien, he has become one of the county’s most decorated floral artists, business is thriving and even Manjuck scratches his head at the unlikely and abrupt change in his career path.“Sometimes I’ll even ask ...

  10. Stamford Physician Helps Daughter See Big Picture In Medical Mercy Trip

    Stamford Physician Helps Daughter See Big Picture In Medical Mercy Trip

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford ophthalmologist Stephanie Becker travels annually on missions of medical mercy. Her recent trip to Honduras, in which she performed a remarkable 46 pro bono cataract surgeries in three days, will forever be one of her most memorable.Becker traveled to the Roatan, one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras with her 14-year-old daughter, Hannah. The trip ...

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