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  1. Paddle Tournament In Weston Supports Adam's House In Shelton

    Paddle Tournament In Weston Supports Adam's House In Shelton

    SHELTON, CONN. -- This year's Healing Hearts Paddle Tournament on Nov. 19 to benefit Adam's House offers separate divisions for men's and women's teams to allow more competition for players, organizers said.Teams of four people can register for $180, which includes dinner and prizes at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club, 67 Old Redding Road, Weston.It's all part of a fundraiser to benefit ...

  2. Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Special Olympics Chairman Timothy P. Shriver was 9 years old when his mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, launched the Special Olympics in Chicago. His lifelong passion for helping people with special needs is why Fairfield University invited him to speak about his humanitarian work on Nov. 16 at the school.As part of the 19th annual Jacoby-Lunin Humanitarian Lectureship ...

  3. Fairfield U Educators To Talk On Distrust In Politics In Election Day Event

    Fairfield U Educators To Talk On Distrust In Politics In Election Day Event

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Two Fairfield University educators plan to talk about issues surrounding American elections during a special Election Day event at the Fairfield Museum and History Center.Gayle Alberda, assistant professor of politics, and Jocelyn Boryczka, professor of politics, will speak in a program titled "In Democracy We Trust?" about how voter laws affect the outcome ...

  4. Westport Library Seeks Public Input On Transformation Plans

    Westport Library Seeks Public Input On Transformation Plans

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- Westport Library officials are inviting residents to come take a look at renovation plans for the library during a public forum Nov. 10 at the Westport Library.The 7 p.m. meeting features Executive Director Bill Harmer going over details of the plan and answering questions. It all takes place in the McManus Room in the library, 20 Jesup Road, Westport.Library ...

  5. Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A 29-year-old Norwalk man was arrested after police say he was spotted Wednesday with a "facsimile" gun at the Stamford Town Center, then tried to elude police in a rowdy chase through the shopping center, according to the Stamford Advocate.Mohmed Boumazzourn of Camp Street in Norwalk is charged with carrying a facsimile firearm, reckless endangerment, ...

  6. Fairfield Sitter Charged In Baby's Death Seeks Medical Reports

    Fairfield Sitter Charged In Baby's Death Seeks Medical Reports

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- As the case against a Fairfield day care provider charged in a 4-month-old Shelton boy's death continues, prosecutors for the state have turned over medical records to the defense, according to the CT Post.Adam Seagull's records were handed over during a brief hearing Tuesday, the first since day care provider Carol Cardillo pleaded not guilty earlier this month to ...

  7. Man Honored For Jumping In To Help Save Overboard Boater In The Sound

    Man Honored For Jumping In To Help Save Overboard Boater In The Sound

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A Norwalk resident is being hailed a hero for his efforts to help police save a victim of a September boating accident in Long Island Sound.Members of the Norwalk Police Department and Police Commission gave Michael Golden a Civilian Award last week for his efforts in the September incident. In a Facebook post, police officials said that on Sept. 10, Golden jumped into ...

  8. Test Your Sports Knowledge While Helping After-School Program In Bridgeport

    Test Your Sports Knowledge While Helping After-School Program In Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Think you know everything there is to know about sports? Then get a team together for the eighth annual Stump the Schwab event Monday in Trumbull to benefit the after-school and Saturday youth programs at the Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport.Hosted by Howie Schwab, who ran a similar show for ESPN, the fundraiser also includes a dinner. It will be held at the Iron ...

  9. Bell-Ringing Returns To St. Michael's Lutheran Church In New Canaan

    Bell-Ringing Returns To St. Michael's Lutheran Church In New Canaan

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — The steeple bell at St. Michael's Lutheran Church in New Canaan sounded for the first time in decades Sunday to herald the church's 54th anniversary, and the completion of a steeple renovation project.The summer renovation project was managed by church member's Herbert Doenges, John Stancik, and Rod Aspinwall, and included the involvement of the New Canaan Historical ...

  10. Dial Soap Parent Company Moves HQ, Jobs To Stamford From AZ

    Dial Soap Parent Company Moves HQ, Jobs To Stamford From AZ

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Local and state officials are thrilled with a plan by Germany-based Henkel Corp. to  bring its laundry and home, and beauty care division headquarters from Arizona to Stamford in a move that includes a $50 million expansion in Stamford and up to 266 new jobs in the state.It would further strengthen the company's presence in the state since earlier this year Henkel ...

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