Stamford

A new start for J.M. Wright Tech

May 19, 2014
Kaomi Goetz

Stamford is once again home to one of Connecticut's state-run technical high schools. It's reopening this fall after the state shut it down five years ago. We take a look at the school’s rebirth and what administrators are doing to make sure it’s not closed again. 

Kaomi Goetz

The fate of a historic post office in downtown Stamford, Connecticut is still unclear – two years after it was closed. The nearly 100-year old building is one of dozens of historic post offices around the country being sold or scheduled to close in recent years. A developer plans to build a high-rise luxury apartment complex on the property but an arts group is fighting it. 

Save the Post Office - a website that chronicles the sales and closures of post offices nationwide. 

Interfaith Power & Light

Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut earned the distinction of "cool congregation" for its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. Synagogues from across the country competed for the distinction, which comes with a $1,000 award.

Attorneys for a former teacher at Stamford’s Yerwood Center and the center itself appeared in Stamford Superior Court Monday. Bonnie Campbell of Stamford charges the center is seeking to illegally shut down federally-funded programs. 

A former Stamford human resources director who was embroiled in a contentious battle with the city’s professional firefighters two years ago is now up for the same job in Norwalk. 

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