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New Canaan team going to national competition
10:07 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Synchronized swimmers combine ballet & gymnastics, underwater

The New Canaan YMCA synchronized swimming team
Craig LeMoult

This weekend, nearly 30 teenage girls from Connecticut are headed to Washington state to compete in the national competition of synchronized swimming. The team, from New Canaan, is one of the top in the country in a sport that not many people know much about.

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Stamford Public Schools
5:53 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Stamford needs to start with own state legislators to get school backing

Now that the Martin administration has gotten the necessary approvals to apply for a state funding grant for an interdistrict magnet PreK-5 school, it will be up to lawmakers to ultimately decide if they'll lift a state moratorium or allow the application to be processed as an expansion of an existing school. Legislative members of Stamford's own state delegation say they haven't yet taken a position. 

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US Soccer
6:45 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

UK soccer clubs banking on the increasing popularity of the sport in the US

Kids performing soccer drills at the EvertonAmericaCT academy in Norwalk, Conn.
Credit Brian Scott-Smith

Everton, the English Premier League Club, has set up academies in Norwalk, Connecticut and Westchester, New York. They're drawing some international attention and other Premier League clubs may be following suit.

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100 gathered at a Southport sports bar
6:24 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

World Cup viewing parties proliferate in the region as US advances in Brazil

WSHU's Ebong Udoma talking with US soccer fan Daniel Goldman of Redding, Conn, outside a World Cup viewing party at the Horseshoe Cafe in Southport, Conn, on Thursday June 26, 2014.
Credit Ebong Udoma

World Cup viewing parties filled restaurants and sports bars in the region at lunchtime on Thursday as the U.S. took on Germany in their final group match. 

 

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Up to $40K to payoff old debt
5:55 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

NY offers free loans to halt foreclosures

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman plans to offer $40,000 in free loans to homeowners trying to stop foreclosure
Credit AP/John Minchillo

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is launching a free loan program to help homeowners struggling to avoid foreclosure. Homeowners can borrow up to $40,000 interest free.

The loans are aimed at homeowners trying to secure mortgage modifications which may be stalled because of small outstanding debts like back taxes or delinquent second mortgages.

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