Darien Arts Center Stage is proud to announce its production of the comedy, Sylvia, a comedy in which a dog becomes a major bone of contention between a husband and wife. Continue Reading →
An overnight visitor at a home on Mansfield Avenue told police that someone had vandalized the BMW he had parked there over the weekend of Oct. 7 to 8, scratching the paint and damaging the left front and back signal lights.
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Luan Carter Shea, 62, passed away after a courageous battle with sarcoma on Sunday Oct. 15, surrounded by family and close friends. Continue Reading →
These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office: Continue Reading →
A 15-year-old boy from Wolcott who has run away from his legal guardians before is missing again and was last seen in Darien, according to police. Continue Reading →
Thirteen-year-old Darienite Quinlan Daly is competing this weekend with a partner the same age from Greenwich in the youth doubles division of the Head of the Charles Regatta.
The youth division normally has only high school rowers competing, so Quinlan and his partner, George Lathrop, both middle school students, will be the youngest team ever to row in the 53-year-old competition, joining rowers from all over the world.
The Darien Parks and Recreation Commission is postponing decisions related to the parks master plan, originally scheduled for its meeting Wednesday night, and instead will just hold another public hearing at Town Hall. Continue Reading →
A green Volkswagen without a front license plate and a rear plate “not on file” was spotted by a Darien police officer, which led to the driver being stopped and, ultimately, arrested on a drug possession charge, police said. Continue Reading →
A woman who tried to fraudulently cash two checks through a drive-up teller window at People’s United Bank last week drove off when bank employees became suspicious and asked her to come into the bank, police said. Continue Reading →
Local country western band Gunsmoke is performing in its latest “Music for Hope” concert at the Piedmont Club in Darien on Friday, Oct. 20.
Proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Red Cross and the charity, Samaritan’s Purse for hurricane relief in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. Also performing at the hurricane relief concert is the classic rock and soul band, The Law. Continue Reading →
To the editor,
There are many complex issues facing Darien right now: financial pressures from the state, major development proposals, master plans, etc. Continue Reading →
Boyle Stadium at Stamford High School will be the venue for this year’s Turkey Bowl game between Darien and New Canaan football teams and next year’s as well, Darien Schools Superintendent Dan Brenner announced late Tuesday afternoon. Continue Reading →
On two separate evenings during the next few days the Darien League of Women Voters will host an opportunity for the community to meet and question candidates running for municipal offices in Darien. Continue Reading →
Salem witch trials, famous meeting houses, and Revolutionary War battlegrounds were among the stops last week for Middlesex Middle School students. Continue Reading →
Connecticut automobile dealer Frank A. Miller died Oct. 14 at the age of 89. Frank Miller was a resident of Palm Beach, Fl. and Darien. Continue Reading →
Items were taken from an unlocked car at Goodwives Shopping Center last Tuesday, Oct. 10 and at about the same time, the drivers of three other vehicles a half block away were even worse off — windows of their SUVs were smashed.
Five days later, on Sunday, Oct. 15, someone visiting a grave at St. John’s Cemetery at 25 Camp Ave. found a window smashed and items taken from her car.
Darien police have announced that paving on the Post Road will resume at 7 p.m. on Thursday night, not the following Sunday night, as state officials had originally stated. Continue Reading →
Update, 12:03 p.m., Monday — The event is now sold out, according to the Darien Chamber of Commerce. Continue Reading →
Schools Superintendent Dan Brenner in the past two weeks has gone from seeming reservations to outright rejection of the idea to buy the land and buildings of Pear Tree Point School, which is going defunct at the end of the school year. Continue Reading →