United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien

Stamford police received a report on Saturday that the Academy of Information Technology and Engineering, a public high school, was vandalized with swastikas, profanity, and symbols of hate, including 666 and KKK.

Courtesy of Holly Danger

This Saturday evening, a group of artists will gather at the Danger Gallery in Stamford to assemble an art piece that will be made up of 100 separate canvases.

It’s called the 1X1 Mural, and it’s the brainchild of visual artist Holly Danger, who owns the gallery that bears her name.

Stratford Issues Body Cameras To Its Police Force

Aug 3, 2017
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The Stratford Police Department has issued body cameras to its officers after a year-long pilot program.

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Stamford, Connecticut, will pay more than $6.5 million to settle one of three lawsuits filed by the family of three girls who died, along with their grandparents, in a 2011 Christmas morning fire.

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Stamford, Connecticut, will kick off its first annual Walk to Work Day at the City’s Transportation Center on Friday morning. Urban planners say Stamford is shifting from a suburban driving area to a walkable urban center.