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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut ktensa@dailyvoice.com

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

Karen Tensa's Contributions

  1. Chick-Fil-A Fanatics Begin Lining Up For Grand Opening In Norwalk

    Chick-Fil-A Fanatics Begin Lining Up For Grand Opening In Norwalk

    Update: The first campers in line say the new Chick-Fil-A in Norwalk is worth the wait. Click here for the story from Daily Voice. And click here for the story on the grand opening.  NORWALK, Conn. — The first Chick-fil-A in Norwalk doesn’t open until Thursday, but that didn’t stop the line from beginning to form before dawn on Wednesday for the grand opening. About 20 people arrived at ...

  2. GNC Of Greenwich Doles Out Special Deals For 20th Anniversary

    GNC Of Greenwich Doles Out Special Deals For 20th Anniversary

    GREENWICH, Conn. – To celebrate two decades of local ownership, GNC / General Nutrition Center of Greenwich is offering special "20-themed" deals for its customers. On Saturday, Oct. 21, the store will be holding a "Thank You Event" with 20 percent off the entire store as well as free goodie bags, samples, prizes and much more.Franchise owner and operator Michael ...

  3. It's A Snap: McDonald’s Hiring 1,200 Workers In CT This Holiday Season

    It's A Snap: McDonald’s Hiring 1,200 Workers In CT This Holiday Season

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Looking for seasonal work? McDonald’s and its independent franchisees are gearing up to hire 1,200 restaurant employees in Connecticut. A recent survey conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of McDonald’s shows that 67 percent of Millennials will look for a seasonal job.Knowing more than half of hires at company-owned restaurants are 24 years old or younger, ...

  4. Greenwich's Dalio Adds To Billions But Drops A Spot On Forbes 400 List

    Greenwich's Dalio Adds To Billions But Drops A Spot On Forbes 400 List

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich's Ray Dalio, the richest man in Connecticut, dropped a rung on the Forbes 400 Ranking of the Richest Americans — but not as much as President Donald Trump. Dalio, whose net worth increased a whopping $1.1 billion, actually dropped from No. 25 to No. 26 on the list, which was released Tuesday. Trump, who has been trumpeting the gains the stock market has seen ...

  5. Stamford Police: Teen Taunted Cop From Motorcycle, Led Pursuit Onto Merritt

    Stamford Police: Teen Taunted Cop From Motorcycle, Led Pursuit Onto Merritt

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A Stamford teenager was arrested after he taunted an officer from his motorcycle, ran two red lights, engaged police in pursuit on the Merritt and then hid his motorcycle and said it had been stolen, police said. The incident began at 3:18 p.m. Monday as Lt. Diedrich Hohn was monitoring traffic in the 800 block of High Ridge Road. A black motorcycle with white stripes ...

  6. Most Livable: Danbury Ranked As One Of The Best Cities To Live In

    Most Livable: Danbury Ranked As One Of The Best Cities To Live In

    DANBURY, Conn. — When it came to USA Today's list of "Most livable: America’s 50 best cities to live in," only one city in Connecticut made the grade. Danbury, in northern Fairfield County, made the list at No. 34. The city has a population of 85,008, a median home value of $297,600, a poverty rate of 8.9 percent and a population of 31.3 percent with at least a bachelor’s ...

  7. Get In Line: Grand Opening This Week At Norwalk's New Chick-Fil-A

    Get In Line: Grand Opening This Week At Norwalk's New Chick-Fil-A

    NORWALK, Conn. — The long wait is nearly over: The new Chick-fil-A in Norwalk is set to open this week.And true to Chick-fil-A tradition, the opening will be celebrated with a 24-hour campout the night before. The first 100 people in line for the campout could win free food from the new fast-food restaurant for a year. The grand opening for the new Chick-fil- A is set for Thursday, Oct. ...

  8. Stamford's Americares Honors George & Barbara Bush At Airlift, Raises $3M

    Stamford's Americares Honors George & Barbara Bush At Airlift, Raises $3M

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Americares held its 30th Airlift Benefit on Oct. 14 and honored President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush with the inaugural Bob and Leila Macauley Humanitarian Spirit Award. The award is named for the Americares founders, ordinary citizens who saw a profound need and risked everything to make a difference. It recognizes extraordinary courage and commitment to ...

  9. Flu Season Arrives: Cases Are On The Rise In Fairfield County

    Flu Season Arrives: Cases Are On The Rise In Fairfield County

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The flu season has begun in Connecticut, and state health officials are advising everyone to get a flu shot.Flu activity has been increasing in Connecticut since the end of August, according to the first weekly report on flu season issued last week by the state Department of Public Health.A total of 23 cases of influenza have been reported from Aug. 27 to Oct. ...

  10. Services Set For Peter Woods Sterne Sr., 57, Of Old Greenwich

    Services Set For Peter Woods Sterne Sr., 57, Of Old Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Peter Woods Sterne Sr. died Friday, Oct. 13, at his home in Old Greenwich after suffering sudden cardiac arrest. He was 57. In accordance with his wishes, his organs were donated to the New England Organ Bank to help those in need.Sterne, a lifelong resident of Greenwich, was the son of Richard Guy Sterne and the late Barbara Kenyon Sterne. He graduated from Greenwich ...

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