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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. Innovative Program At Fairfield University Helps Students Kick Addiction

    Innovative Program At Fairfield University Helps Students Kick Addiction

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- For many students, the college years are as much about self-discovery as they are about learning skills for professional employment. Sometimes, however, they also learn they are susceptible to dangerous, life-threatening addictions.Fairfield University’s Collegiate Recovery Program provides services and recovery housing for students recovering from alcohol and drug ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Early Start With Art Paved Path For Bridgeport's City Lights Director

    Early Start With Art Paved Path For Bridgeport's City Lights Director

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- As a young girl, Suzanne Kachmar pedaled from her Bridgeport home to the Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford with nothing but whimsy on her developing artistic mind.“Going to the Shakespeare Theatre for me was better than going to Oz,’’ Kachmar said. “That’s where life really was. I’ve lived in Europe, I studied in New York, been to a lot of places. The Shakespeare ...

  6. 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: ...

  7. 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 ...

  8. Greenwich Swimmer Helps Team Set State Relay Record

    Greenwich 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 ...

  9. Fore! Tee Off In The Stacks At Fairfield Public Library

    Fore! Tee Off In The Stacks At Fairfield Public Library

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The Friends of the Fairfield Public Library are hosting a miniature golf event on Sunday, April 2.The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Main Library, 1080 Old Post Road. Admission is $5 per person or $20 per family. Advance tickets for families can be purchased online. All ages are welcome, however, participants age 13 and under must be accompanied by an ...

  10. Stratford Lawmaker May Play Key Role In State's Economic Recovery

    Stratford Lawmaker May Play Key Role In State's Economic Recovery

    STRATFORD, Conn. — For Connecticut’s bleak economic picture to improve, it needs vision, experience and leadership from state lawmakers, especially in some key communities.Stratford’s Laura Hoydick is a state representative who could have a significant voice in shaping the state’s economic future. The Republican was elected to her fifth term to represent the 120th District in November. ...

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