Nathalie B. Thompson of Vero Beach, Fl., died peacefully there on Friday, Sept. 15 at the age of 95. Continue Reading →
Outside the Darien High School Cafeteria, students wandered past tables and banners looking at the many ways they could spend their time beyond the classroom. Continue Reading →
Homes For The Brave announced today that Collective Soul frontman and lead vocalist Ed Roland has committed to being at the Step Up for the Brave Stadium Stair Climb Challenge to support the organization and the work it does serving veterans and others.
Ed encourages his fans to come out and support the event on Saturday, Sept. 23 in the Ballpark at Harbor Yard stadium in Bridgeport. Continue Reading →
Lynne Powell, 78, of New Canaan, passed away peacefully on September 16, at Stamford Hospital. Continue Reading →
After four locked bicycles recently were stolen from bike racks at the Darien and Noroton Heights railroad station, Darienite.com asked police Detective James Palmieri, a spokesman for the department, what police are doing and what bicycle owners can do to make the thefts less likely. Continue Reading →
Several bicycles were stolen at Darien and Noroton Heights railroad stations over a period of several days early last week, the owners told police, with locks cut and sometimes left behind. Continue Reading →
We’ve all enjoyed a nap on Metro-North. The swaying action seems to induce a nodding-off, especially on the way home after a long day in the city. But it’s sleeping comfortably during long distance travel that seems like the holy grail for travelers. Continue Reading →
Stephen P. Connelly, 63, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 13, surrounded by his family. He was a beloved brother, uncle, brother-in-law, and friend. Continue Reading →
Aileen Swansen Bott’s worn out, but much used, heart failed on Sept. 2, at the Arbors of Bedford in Bedford, N.H., at the age of 94. Continue Reading →
Results of health inspections at two school cafeterias and six other food-serving establishments in town recently were released by Darien Health Department.
The First Congregational Church of Darien and Silver Hill Hospital are hosting a panel discussion to address the problem of drugs that plague our community. It will be held at the church at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 1, at 11:30am. Although our focus will be on teens, all of us are affected by this crisis. Continue Reading →
If you’re driving later at night on Interstate 95 near Exit 4 and Exit 5 in Greenwich, expect delays from Monday, Sept. 18 through Friday morning, Sept. 29, as a project takes place to maintain the bridge there. Continue Reading →
A man who attended the Juilliard Preparatory Division and plays the piano for pleasure, will give a talk Wednesday to the Darien Men’s Association about appreciating music. Continue Reading →
The Darien League of Women Voters will hold a kickoff dinner on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Wee Burn Beach Club in Rowayton featuring Keith Phaneuf, the state budget reporter for the Connecticut Mirror. Continue Reading →
Ring, ring. “This is Equifax calling to verify your account information.” Stop. Don’t tell them anything. They’re not from Equifax. It’s a scam. Equifax will not call you out of the blue. Continue Reading →
When the new school year started two weeks ago in Greenwich, it started a little later in the day as a result of changes adopted by the town’s Board of Education, a controversial move and part of a national debate that pits concerns about keeping students alert with other concerns, including sports practices and game times.
On Thursday, the Greenwich Board of Education heard from about 20 parents, teachers and others about how the new school schedule has been working out, eight days into the new school year.
Despite kinks in the bus scheduling and challenges scheduling sports practice and competitions in other towns, feedback was overall very positive on the benefits to students of the extra hour of sleep. Continue Reading →
The Darien Police Department will enforce traffic regulations and monitor security for Darien High School’s first night football game, to be held on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. Continue Reading →
Christopher Anthony Poth, 69, a longtime resident of Darien and recent resident of Stamford, passed away on July 12 at Stamford Hospital with his family by his side.
Editor’s note (Sept. 15) : A reminder: His family invites relatives and friends to a Memorial service that will be celebrated at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16 at St. Luke’s Church, 1864 Post Road in Darien.
Winthrop Ramore “Win” Stevens of Bald Head Island, N.C. passed away on Aug. 12, 2017 at the age of 76. Continue Reading →