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Tom Renner

Client Editor

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.

Tom Renner's Contributions

  1. Sacred Heart U. Professor: Think Critically About Media In Era Of Fake News

    Sacred Heart U. Professor: Think Critically About Media In Era Of Fake News

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- In an era of exploding communications and digital media, it’s not enough for people to see, read or hear a message.Sacred Heart University’s Bill Yousman instructs students to determine who is sending the message. He teaches undergraduate and graduate level classes in media literacy, a growing concern in a world where information -- some accurate, some not -- spews ...

  2. Westport's Pink Lemon Blue Lime Boutique Finds True Colors In Boho Style

    Westport's Pink Lemon Blue Lime Boutique Finds True Colors In Boho Style

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- The merchandise at a baby and children’s boutique that opened last year in Westport is as colorful as its name.Pink Lemon Blue Lime, which opened at 180 Post Road E. in June 2016, stocks clothes for babies, boys and girls, as well as gifts, toys and gift baskets.What: Pink Lemon Blue Lime, a baby and children's store in WestportAbout: Owned by Evelina Rogers of ...

  3. Round Hill Manor in Greenwich Hits The Market For $39.9 Million

    Round Hill Manor in Greenwich Hits The Market For $39.9 Million

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- A Greenwich estate rich with history has returned to the market at 521 Round Hill Road.Dunnellen Hall, which was built for New York City financier Daniel G. Reid in 1918, is being offered by Sotheby’s International Realty for $39,900,000. The home has nine bedrooms, eight full baths, 17,603 square feet of living space and more than 40 acres.Reid, an American ...

  4. Helping Hands: Native Of Chile Rises To Lead The Center In Stamford

    Helping Hands: Native Of Chile Rises To Lead The Center In Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Ivonne Zucco’s road from Chile to her position as executive director of the Center for Sexual Assault Crisis and Counseling in Stamford was paved with potholes, detours and an assortment of menial jobs.But Zucco, a longtime Greenwich resident who now lives in Norwalk, found good mentors every step of the way. From her professors at Sacred Heart University, to Stamford ...

  5. Bethel Mom's Heart-Testing Crusade: 'Life Is Why, Mike Is Why'

    Bethel Mom's Heart-Testing Crusade: 'Life Is Why, Mike Is Why'

    BETHEL, Conn. — A fairly simple test could have helped to prevent the death two years ago of Bethel teenager Michael Shanley. His mother, Maria Shanley, is working with Wimbledon Health Partners of Florida to raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest. It is the top medical cause of death in young athletes, according to the American Heart Association, with one death every three days.Who: ...

  6. Early-Blooming Native Trees, Shrubs Help Bees Across Fairfield County

    Early-Blooming Native Trees, Shrubs Help Bees Across Fairfield County

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- There may still be a bit of snow on the ground, but spring is here and soon, a number of our native bee species will be active. As you look at your post-winter landscape, you may wonder where those early bees will find the forage that they need to survive.Forage resources for bees are slim in March and April, but some of our native trees and shrubs are ...

  7. Chelsea Piers In Stamford Seeks Teens For Counselors-In-Training

    Chelsea Piers In Stamford Seeks Teens For Counselors-In-Training

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Chelsea Piers Connecticut (CPCT) is adding a Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program its list of more 30 camps offered this summer. The camp will run for a July session from July 5-July 28 and an August session from July 31-Aug. 25. Available for kids ages 14 and 15, the CIT camp offers young adults a comprehensive work-place introduction under the supervision of the CIT ...

  8. With Daughter In Tow, 'The Beast' Feels At Home On Stamford Stage

    With Daughter In Tow, 'The Beast' Feels At Home On Stamford Stage

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Perhaps more than any other actor, Norwalk’s Kevin Thompson feels at home on the Kweskin Theatre stage in Stamford. It is his second home, and beginning Friday, he’ll even be joined by his young daughter in Curtain Call’s production of Beauty and The Beast.Thompson, a Stamford native, will play the male leading role for the production, which runs through April 29. He ...

  9. Fairfield Swimmer Helps Team Set State Relay Record

    Fairfield Swimmer Helps Team Set State Relay Record

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Swimmers from CP-AC of Chelsea Piers Connecticut in Stamford  broke the state record in the boys 13-14 400 yard medley relay at recentConnecticut Swimming Short Course Age Group Championship. The relay finished with a time of 3:42.29, beating the previous state record of 3:45.25 by almost 3 seconds. The team include backstroker Jacob Sherman of Stamford, Ben Feldman ...

  10. Enjoy Jazz, Sunday Brunch At Restaurants In Norwalk, Greenwich

    Enjoy Jazz, Sunday Brunch At Restaurants In Norwalk, Greenwich

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Jazz Brunch Sundays will be coming to restaurants in Greenwich and Norwalk beginning April 2.Mediterraneo in Norwalk and East End in Greenwich, which are both owned by Z Hospitality Group, will offer the sweet music and food combo. East End is located at 409 Greenwich Ave. in Greenwich. Mediterraneo is located at 353 Main Ave. in Norwalk.Guests will enjoy ...

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