While a woman was in the Darien Ice Rink on Saturday afternoon, someone smashed a window of her SUV and took two purses, along with the wallets and credit cards in them, police said. Continue Reading →
A 26-year-old man driving downtown around 1 a.m. Saturday was stopped by police for a traffic violation, then they found he was intoxicated and had cocaine, police said. Continue Reading →
Get ready for a collaborative comic experience. Join artist Ira Marcks to learn about comic structure and then take turns with other participants to create a comic, one panel at a time, and see where your story goes! Continue Reading →
Five words I never thought I’d write: “I feel sorry for Dannel Malloy.”
Sure, we’ve had our differences. And yeah, the governor does have the personality of a porcupine and the disposition of a bully, sometimes. But the man is not evil and he doesn’t deserve what’s happening to him now. Nor do we. Continue Reading →
You saw it from the stands or with video or read about it, but in case you missed any details of the coverage, the reaction and the celebration of Darien’s 31-22 win over Greenwich for the Class LL state football championship, you’ll likely find them here.
Twitter and other social media platforms are used as ways to influence government decisions all the time, too often with snark, insults, swearing and nasty comments.
This is a totally different kind of story of one man’s success in getting results here on Darien. Continue Reading →
Maria Pagliarulo, who most recently resided at Sugar Hill in Dalton, Mass., passed peacefully on Dec. 7, 2017. Continue Reading →
Dave Pressler, Connecticut photographer, artist and designer, will talk about “Australia, All Over – Down Under” at the Darien Men’s Association on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Continue Reading →
Elaine Ruth Berman passed away peacefully at her home in Santa Monica on Dec. 8, 2017 after a long struggle with cancer. Continue Reading →
Mary Hyde Jenkins Ryan of Clarendon, Vt., died peacefully on Dec. 5, surrounded by her husband and family. She was 69 years old. Continue Reading →
Instead of another shiny toy that will quickly lose its luster, parents can wrap up a year of amazing explorations with a membership to Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
From engaging exhibits to daily classes and performances, there is always something new to discover at the award-winning, wonder-filled place created just for kids. Continue Reading →
The Stamford EMS annual appeal is currently underway. This local nonprofit works closely with other emergency services in the city of Stamford, but is an independent, private organization that has been serving our community for over 25 years. Continue Reading →
Lindsay Lane Whitcomb, 66, passed away in the privacy of her home on Tuesday, Dec. 5, surrounded by the love of her family and by her husband, Bob, the love of her life. Continue Reading →
With snow predicted for Saturday, CIAC has announced that it is moving the Darien vs. Greenwich football game up to 10 a.m. (still at Boyle Stadium in Stamford).
At 6 a.m. on Saturday, CIAC will assess the weather and determine if the CIAC Class LL Finals football game can be played as scheduled at 10 a.m. Continue Reading →
The man (or teenager) in the pictures attached to this article is wanted for questioning by police in connection with a scam used to steal $700 from a Norwalk Community College student at a Darien bank. Continue Reading →
Joseph A. DiChiaro of Darien died on Dec. 6, 2017 at Cassena Care at Stamford at the age of 94. Continue Reading →
Darien Human Services is encouraging residents to help their neighbors through the Gingerbread Man Tree in Town Hall.
Every year during the holidays, the Darien Department of Human Services reaches out to these residents and provides toys, gifts, clothing and gift cards to families and seniors in need. Continue Reading →
To maintain orderly travel and safe station and terminal operations during this weekend’s SantaCon event, alcohol will not be permitted on Metro-North trains and in stations from noon on Saturday, Dec. 9 through noon on Sunday, Dec. 10. Continue Reading →
These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office: Continue Reading →