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Sandra Diamond Fox

Community Reporter

Sandra Diamond Fox has been a journalist since 2005, working for The News-Times and The Redding Pilot prior to coming to the Daily Voice. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Stony Brook University and a Master's degree in publishing from Pace University. She married with four teenage children and is a competitive runner and avid exerciser.

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  1. New Canaan Mom Won't Let Trump's Ban Stop Efforts To Help Refugees

    New Canaan Mom Won't Let Trump's Ban Stop Efforts To Help Refugees

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Ever since President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration took effect last week, New Canaan mom Juli Kurtzman has been growing more concerned with each passing day.Kurtzman, who has been spearheading an effort to settle a Syrian refugee family in New Canaan, said she is now unsure whether the family she is helping will be able to come from Syria at ...

  2. New Canaan Mom Spearheads Effort To Help Settle A Syrian Refugee Family

    New Canaan Mom Spearheads Effort To Help Settle A Syrian Refugee Family

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- It's a go for New Canaan mom Juli Kurtzman, who has just received the green light of approval to go ahead with her plan to resettle a Syrian refugee family in New Canaan.Kurtzman got the idea to help a family three months ago when she read about the issue on her NPR newsfeed on her cellphone.“My heart is bleeding for the Syrians. I'm an avid news reader, and it has ...

  3. Ridgefield Architect Builds Grand Central In Legos — And Maybe You Can, Too

    Ridgefield Architect Builds Grand Central In Legos — And Maybe You Can, Too

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Ridgefield architect Keith Olsen grew up playing with Legos. But little did Olsen know he would reconnect with the toy and end up designing a "Grand" model that could soon be available for purchase.Olsen has created a 15-inch wide by 15-inch long by 5-inch high miniature model of Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan — made entirely of the miniature building ...

  4. Danbury Attorneys Enjoy 'Overwhelming' Patriotism At Trump's Inauguration

    Danbury Attorneys Enjoy 'Overwhelming' Patriotism At Trump's Inauguration

    DANBURY, Conn. — Uplifting and ebullient were two words that Bob Yamin, an attorney at Yamin & Yamin in Danbury, used to describe his experiences in Washington, D.C., for the festivities surrounding President Donald Trump's inauguration.Yamin and his wife, Dianne — a probate judge and attorney with Yamin & Yamin — attended both inaugurations for President George W. Bush. But he ...

  5. Stamford Fourth-Grader Geography Champ Knows His Way Around The World

    Stamford Fourth-Grader Geography Champ Knows His Way Around The World

    STAMFORD, Conn. — The tension in the auditorium at Newfield Elementary School in Stamford was thick on Friday afternoon as the two remaining students in the National Geographic School Bee dueled it out.After answering the last question correctly in the final round, 10-year-old Max DeMarco was named his school’s champion.Over 100 people in the audience -- made up of parents, students and ...

  6. Photos: Fairfield County Protesters Find Solidarity In Local Women's March

    Photos: Fairfield County Protesters Find Solidarity In Local Women's March

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Bethel resident Cyndie McGuire joined the nearly 3,000 people Saturday at the Women's March On Connecticut in Stamford. McGuire said she went to the march to represent the values she feels are important to her.“Now is the time to stand together and fight for all the rights that many before us have fought for us to have, such as a woman’s right to make choices over her ...

  7. Making Their Voices Heard: Thousands Unite In Stamford Women's March

    Making Their Voices Heard: Thousands Unite In Stamford Women's March

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Chants of “Justice and Equity for All” and "Love Trumps Hate” rang out as a crowd of about 3,000 people filled Mill River Park in downtown Stamford on Saturday for the Women's March On Connecticut."The City of Stamford is one of the most diverse cities in America. I’m proud to have this march here in solidarity with all the other marches taking place across ...

  8. Crowd Floods Stamford Park In Solidarity With Women's March On DC

    Crowd Floods Stamford Park In Solidarity With Women's March On DC

    STAMFORD, Conn. — With looks of determination on their faces, over 1,000 people converged Saturday on  the downtown Mill River Park, carrying signs, posters and banners for the Women’s March on Stamford.The noon event will include an hour of speakers in the park, followed by a march around the blocks that circle the Trump Parc building at Broad Street and Washington Boulevard.The event ...

  9. Police: Man Shot In Head Inside Stamford Convenience Store

    Police: Man Shot In Head Inside Stamford Convenience Store

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was shot in the head in the West Main Convenience store in Stamford shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday, police told the Stamford Advocate.The victim, who was 19 or 20 years old, was a customer in the store, the Advocate said. A 5-foot-7 black male was seen fleeing while carrying a small-caliber gun, the Advocate said.The ...

  10. 5th Man Pleads Guilty To Kidnapping, Robbing Fairfield Jewelry Store

    5th Man Pleads Guilty To Kidnapping, Robbing Fairfield Jewelry Store

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A 35-year-old Pennsylvania man was the last man of five to plead guilty for his involvement in a violent kidnapping and Fairfield jewelry store robbery in April 2013, prosecutors said. Timothy Forbes, of Allentown, pleaded guilty Thursday in Bridgeport federal court, according to Deirdre M. Daly, U.S. attorney for Connecticut. He could face up to life in prison when ...

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