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Mayor Martin Announces Additional Safety and Security Initiatives at Parks and Beaches

STAMFORD, CT – Stamford Mayor David Martin announce earlier this week the addition of Park Attendants beginning May 28 through September 16, to increase resident safety and security within Stamford Parks. Beach season begins this weekend. The City is implementing safety and security initiatives to increase safety so that residents can enjoy all that Stamford…

Dudley N. Williams, JR, President and CEO of the Mill River Park Collaborative in Stamford, passed away on Friday

Late Friday afternoon, we learned that Dudley Williams, Jr, the President and CEO of the Mill River Park Collaborative in Stamford, passed away after a long illness. Stamford lost a great man who always worked tirelessly for the better of the community and will be missed. Following is the official statement from the Collaborative:. Dudley…

Lt. Governor Bysiewicz and DVA Commissioner Saadi: 2021 Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame accepting nominations

Citizens have until Sep. 10, 2021 to Nominate Veterans for Post-Military Life Achievements Hartford, CT – Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz and state Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Thomas J. Saadi today encouraged all citizens to consider nominating distinguished veterans who have made significant contributions to their communities after leaving military service to the Connecticut Veterans…

Weston Historical Society Installs Sculpture Garden Featuring Art by the late Daniel E. Offutt, III

WESTON, CT – The Weston Historical Society has recently installed the Daniel E. Offutt, III Sculpture Garden at the Coley Homestead located at 104 Weston Road. The sculpture garden has been funded by a $10,000 grant from the Daniel E. Offutt, III Charitable Trust and features five sculptures created by the late Weston philanthropist, Daniel…