Stamford’s Board of Representatives meets Monday night in its first regular meeting of 2014. Its members won’t have to vote on a controversial mayoral appointment to the city’s Police Commission as planned.


Region deals with snow & cold

Jan 3, 2014
Craig LeMoult

The region is still busy digging out from the snowstorm that hit overnight.   Slick roads have caused traffic deaths and temperatures are expected to sink below zero. In Connecticut, people seem more bothered by the cold than the snow.

AP Photo/Mike Groll

The Connecticut Department of Transportation says the winds that have come along with the winter storm have made it difficult to plow the roads through the morning hours. The DOT says cold temperatures have also limit the effectiveness of snow-melting chemicals applied to roads.

Stamford's "hometown sausage" company evicted by city

Dec 24, 2013
Craig LeMoult

The city of Stamford evicted a business yesterday that’s been in the city for about a century.  The eviction was the result of an eminent domain purchase of a building to expand a roadway.

Vigil honors those lost to violence this year

Dec 15, 2013
Sara Karl

Loved ones lost to violence were honored at a candlelight vigil in Stamford on Sunday. The event featured a special memorial to Newtown, with music and rituals from different faiths.